Arizona December 17, 2017
7 Enchanting Arizona Towns That Feel Like You’ve Fallen Into A Snow Globe
Arizona has yet to receive a really good snow storm this year but we’re still holding fast to hope, especially as Christmas inches its way here. If you’re looking for some towns and cities across the state that look absolutely charming this time of year with Christmas decorations and even a dusting of snow, here are 7 of the most enchanting.
This historic town looks absolutely charming even outside of the holiday season thanks to its colorful Victorian buildings. Once the season arrives and lights are strewn from building to building across the street, it looks like it could be the setting for a Christmas movie.
Arizona’s snowiest city also happens to look perfect this time of year with the lights strung across historic buildings, the trees lit up at the Little America Hotel, and a fresh dusting of snow. What more could you ask for?
Most people tend to visit Greer in the summer but this is a place that shines in winter as well. Just imagine waking up Christmas morning to find a scene just like this outside your cabin at Greer Lodge!
Located just below the Mogollon Rim, Pine looks like a winter wonderland in the winter. The tiny town’s cabin-like buildings, winding roads, and towering pine trees make it into the perfect location for a winter retreat.
This is Arizona’s official Christmas City and for good reason too! Not only will you find the city illuminated by thousands of twinkling lights but the city hosts a variety of holiday-themed events during the entire month of December, meaning it won’t take much to get you into the Christmas spirit!
Sedona already has some gorgeous landscapes going for it, so it doesn’t take much to make this city look charming in winter. Add Christmas lights around buildings, the light display at Tlaquepaque, and some glistening snow for the perfect winter day.
This little community atop Mount Lemmon makes for a great and quick winter escape from the desert. Less than an hour’s drive from Tucson, Summerhaven is the perfect place to enjoy a snowball fight, a hot cup of cocoa at one of the community’s restaurants, or even a few nights right around the holidays.
How much snow do you hope to see in Arizona this year?