Pinetop-Lakeside sits about 7,000 feet above sea level and is an incredible escape from the summer heat in the White Mountains of eastern Arizona. We’ve done several weekend trips there and we always love coming back! One thing we love about the White Mountains area is the wide variety of things to do. You canContinue reading “Summer Guide To Pinetop-Lakeside”
Category Archives: State Parks
What To Do In Lake Havasu City
Last summer we did a weekend trip to Lake Havasu City. We left directly after work on a Friday and arrived to our Lake Havasu State Park cabin just before the sun was about to set. Lake Havasu is a great place to escape in the summer! It’s about 3 hours west of Phoenix andContinue reading “What To Do In Lake Havasu City”
State Parks To Visit This Summer – Water Edition
These 5 hikes in Sedona are some of our favorites! They’re spread out and offer great views of Sedona’s red rocks with varying degrees of difficulty.
How we backpack camped at Del Norte campground on Channel Islands National Park, Santa Cruz Island, hiked across the park, and kayaked!
Valley of Fire State Park
Overton, Neveda November 29, 2020 Location: 1.5 hours from Las Vegas, 5.5 hours from Phoenix Parking: Small parking lots at a lot of the trailheads. Never park in a area that has a no parking sign Pets: Not allowed on trails Fee: $10 entrance fee. Pay at self-pay station if there is no one atContinue reading “Valley of Fire State Park”
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
A few hours at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park May 25th, 2020 Dog Friendly: Yes Fee: Yes. $10. Restrooms at trailhead: Yes We didn’t actually hike this. I am sure you can walk the entire sand dunes, but we just stayed around the main area. We stopped here on our way home from Zion andContinue reading “Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park”