What to Do in Arizona This Winter

If you’re looking for constant sunshine this winter, just take a trip to Arizona. The sun is constantly shining here, so pack a swimsuit and some beachy clothes. If you’re not interested in soaking up the sun, don’t worry. There are tons of tourist sights, such as museums, restaurants, bars, and shops.

Whether you’re in the mood to see some stunning natural scenery or just kick back and relax, you’ll be relieved to find that Arizona caters to just about everyone. Here are some of the top adventures and activities in each of these five cities in Arizona.



Chandler, Arizona is an ideal holiday destination for educational and cultural sightseeing. Here you’ll find some noteworthy museums, including the Arizona Railway Museum, Huhugam Heritage Center, The Chandler Vintage Museum of Transportation and Wildlife, and Tumbleweed Ranch Museum. If you’re more interested in spending time outdoors, be sure to visit Koli Equestrian Center for some horseback riding, Desert Breeze Park, or Tumbleweed Park. No matter what sights you choose to see, book a room in one of these popular Chandler hotels.


As far as scenic sightseeing goes in Arizona, Page is one of the best spots for this. Some of the top tourist outdoor attractions include Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Lower Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Upper Antelope Canyon, and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. If you’re in an adventurous mood, sign up for a river rafting or tubing tour. As you can see, there’s plenty to do in Page that will keep you entertained for the duration of your trip. For some hints on where to stay, check out these budget-friendly Page hotels.

Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City has attractions for people with all sorts of interests and hobbies. If you want to experience nature, head to the famous Lake Havasu. You should also check out Sara Park, Lake Havasu State Park, Rotary Park, or you could even sign up for a guided nature and wildlife tour. Lovers of the water will enjoy London Bridge, Cattail Cove, Lake Havasu City Aquatic Center, and the many opportunities for watersports like canoeing and kayaking. For ideas on where to stay during your trip, here are a few Lake Havasu City hotels that are worth your time and money.


Just west of Flagstaff, Williams is a less traveled Arizona town, but there is still plenty to do here. History buffs and wildlife enthusiasts will fall in love with this place. It is home to sights such as Grand Canyon Railroad, Bearizona Wildlife Park, Williams Depot, Big Toy Playground, Grand Canyon Deer Farm, Planes of Fame Air Museum, and Pete’s Route 66 Gas Station Museum. For another amazing experience, check out Thunder Eagle Native Art to immerse yourself in Williams local culture. If you’re traveling as a family with children, take the kids to Wild West Junction for a fun-filled day. After all this sightseeing, you’ll need a comfortable bed to sleep in each night. Check out these Williams hotels for affordable top-rated hotels.