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Arizona draws a variety of folks

Arizona

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Arizona draws a variety of folks looking for warm, dry air, a stay at a dude ranch or a baseball spring camp, the Grand Canyon or maybe a little winter golf. This is also a good spot to try out your equipment and your stamina if you're headed down to Baja California for an adventurous journey.

Another of Arizona's major attrractions is the Indian reservations. These are sovereign nations and private residences of the people who live on them. Contact a tribe before you go, or check in local towns if you want to meet and talk with any given group. Don't just head onto the land to hike, sightsee or knock on doors. There are numerous culture centers, museums and universities where you can learn more about the indigenous people of an area. And, be warned, once you fall in love with the southwest, you will want to meet the people who have been part of it for so long.

Arizona Office of Tourism

2702 N. 3rd Street, Suite 4015

Phoenix, Arizona 85004

(800) 842-8257

(602) 240-5475 fax

Email: travel-info@azot.com

Arizona State Parks

1300 West Washington Street, Suite 415

Phoenix, Arizona 85007

(602) 542-4174

(602) 542-4180 fax

E-mail: feedback@pr.state.az.us

State Fish & Game

2221 West Greenway Road

Phoenix, Arizona 85023

(602) 942-3000



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