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Top 5 Things to Do in Arizona

a person standing in a Canyon
Grand Canyon Rentals always wants to help our guests have the best trip they can when visiting the Grand Canyon! Arizona has so much to offer even before you arrive for check in, so we’ve made a bucket-list worthy blog for you to see and do!
5. Antelope Canyon
Antelope Canyon is often a must-see with guests for it’s picturesque colors and the natural awe you see when being inside the canyon walls. Antelope Canyon is accessible with a tour guide only, so make sure to keep that in mind! Most tour guides will answer any question you have, whether it be for history or photography tips! The winding curves of the canyon will get narrow and then widen, so be prepared to fall in line. Once you’ve finished your tour, it will be amazing to look back and see what you just explored! The views are second to none and you will leave with lifelong memories. You can also find tours by air with Papillon Helicopter Tours!
If you are traveling from the East, you don’t want to miss where a real meteorite hit Arizona over 50,000 years ago. Not only is a tour included with the price of admission, but you can also see how NASA used this site to prepare for trips to the moon! Upon arrival, watch a 4D movie to see all of the facts and theories about how this landmark came to be!
3. Desert View Watchtower
Get easterly views of the Grand Canyon from the Desert View Watchtower’s observation deck up top! This structure was built in 1932 by Mary Colter, so you are in for another history lesson here as well! As you explore the sights and sounds, many parts of the watchtower have their original furnishings for the true feel of what it was to live in the Midwest at the time. You don’t want to miss the chance to see the Desert View Watchtower while visiting!
2. Lake Powell
Lake Powell has incredible views, but it also a great place for water sports and family fun. In recent years, it has risen to the top of high profile lists for family vacations. Hike to Horseshoe Bend or rent a jet ski to explore all that Lake Powell has to offer. Conveniently located close to Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and the Rainbow Bridge, there’s plenty of things to do here to make it a vacation of it’s own! You can find one of our budget-friendly rentals at Lake Powell to ensure you have your dream trip!
1. Grand Canyon National Park
The Grand Canyon is a must-see and we all know why! No matter if you are hiking or looking for extensive history, the Grand Canyon always proves to be even more beautiful and breathtaking in person. Stay just 30 minutes from the South Rim entrance with us where you are welcomed to the robust skylines and hiking trails!
Whether you are looking for a day trip or a long term rentals, Grand Canyon Rentals can help you find the rental, apartment or camper that will fit everyone in your party! We provide free wifi, BBQ grills, picnic tables and more! We are also always happy to speak with you for local recommendations. Book your stay today and enter GCR2020 at check out for an additional 5% off!