Must-See Natural Wonders in Arizona

Quebedeaux Mitsubishi is fortunate enough to be located in one of the most beautiful states in our country. There are so many natural wonders in Arizona that you could go to one a month and still not see them all in a year. Here are some of our favorite Arizona road trip destinations.

Antelope Canyon

You’ve probably seen pictures of this otherworldly canyon. Its smooth, sweeping walls and the shadowy lighting have a distinct look. You’ll find Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona.

Coal Mine Canyon

This big, open canyon provides a breathtaking view that any traveler could appreciate. Tucked away discretely between Tuba City and Kykotsmovi, it’s easy to miss, but you’ll be sorry if you did.

Havasu Falls

Of course the Grand Canyon is on our list of must-see Arizona spots. But that’s a big place, and if we had to pick a special corner within the canyon, it would be Havasu Falls. Beautiful blue waters and an energetic, mystical waterfall are the perfect break from the red rocks of the canyon.

Lake Havasu State Park

Arizona has more to offer than its many beautiful canyons. A getaway with tropical undertones lies within state borders at Lake Havasu State Park. Palm trees and white sand run along the Colorado River and Lake Havasu for a sweet taste of paradise.

Best Arizona Campgrounds to Visit this Summer

Arizona is a beautiful state, and there are tons of campgrounds where you’ll discover things you never expected. Whether you’re an Arizona native or you’re just visiting, here are some of the best Arizona campgrounds to check out this summer!

One campground is Bear Canyon Campground, which is located on Bear Canyon Lake and surrounded by trees for a secluded experience. If you’re looking for a spot on the water, another option is Hilltop Campground, which is on Lynx Lake in the Prescott National Forest.

The Dairy Springs Campground in Coconino National Forest is near Lake Mormon and is teeming with plenty of gorgeous hiking trails. Coconino is actually home to quite a few beautiful campgrounds, like Pine Flat Campground near Oak Creek and Manzanita Campground.

Christopher Creek Campground in Tonto National Forest is on a first-come first-serve basis and is located on the Mogollon Rim. If you want to stay at the Grand Canyon for a while instead of just taking a day trip, camp overnight in Grand Canyon National Park at the Desert View Campground, which has 50 available sites.

For tips on getting your car ready for a camping trip, give us a call at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi today!