The Scenic Road Trip That Will Make You Fall In Love With The Beauty Of Arizona All Over Again

Natural wonders in Arizona aren’t exactly few and far between. After all, our state is home to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. For those of us who have lived here a long time, however, it’s easy to take the Arizona scenery and natural beauty for granted. If you’re in need of a reminder, embark on this unforgettable road trip to five of the most scenic natural wonders in Arizona. From ancient slot canyons to turquoise waterfalls, this 7.5-hour trip will make you fall in love with the Grand Canyon State all over again.

Feel free to adjust the Google Maps route for the trip as you see fit.

Would you take this road trip to some of the most scenic natural wonders in Arizona? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!

Don’t forget to check out our previous article for more jaw-dropping places in Arizona’s great outdoors

and if you’re interested in hiking, you might enjoy embarking upon the Havasupai Falls hike as shown in this video:


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Adventures in Arizona

February 04, 2023

Where can we go camping off the grid in Arizona?

  • The Blue Ridge Campground is a no reservation, 10 campsite spot offering gorgeous views and not many people.
  • The Hazlett Hollow Campground is for those who really want to get away, due to the need for a high-clearance vehicle to navigate the roads to this 15 campsite campground.
  • Aravaipa Canyon is one of the most remote campsites in Arizona and the number of people who can come here at one time is limited to only a few dozen by The Bureau of Land Management.

Read on and learn more about great spots to go camping off the grid in Arizona.


What are some of the best hiking trails in Arizona?

  • The Bell Rock Courthouse Butte Loop is an iconic trail in Sedona offering spectacular views.
  • The Echo Canyon Trail in Phoenix on Camelback Mountain is a popular and unique hiking option in right in the middle of an urban setting.
  • The Hunter Trail in Picacho Peak State Park is definitely for the more advanced hiker but the views along the way are worth the effort.

Read on and learn more about some of the best hiking trails in Arizona.


Where are the best places to go boating in Arizona?

  • Ashurst Lake south of Flagstaff offers great boating as well as awesome fishing.
  • Lake Havasu which borders California is one of the most popular places in the state to go boating.
  • Lake Mead sits right on the Nevada border about 30 min from Henderson, NV and is one of the largest lakes in Arizona.

Read on to learn more about the best places to go boating in Arizona.