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7 Fascinating facts About Arizona

If you are planning a trip to Az, you must check out these 7 Fascinating facts About Arizona. Because we think the video is a lot more fun, you can watch below. Or, you can read on. The choice is yours. And, while you are here, make sure to come out and see us.

BEDROCK CITY ARIZONA

Take a trip back to the Stone Age and hook up with the Flintstones. It’s a small park that resembles the cartoon series. It’s around the corner from the Grand Canyon and the perfect pit stop. This, is a must see attraction.

BEDROCK city jail

PONDEROSA RANCH

Do you remember the tv show Bonanza? Lorne Green, who played Ben Cartright, built a replica of the ponderosa in Mesa, AZ. The second you walk in, you’ll feel like you walked on to the real set. And, if you’re a fan of the show, this will be a trip worth making. Make sure to call ahead first.

OK CORRAL TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA

Ready for more fascinating facts about Arizona? Let’s take a trip down to the OK Corral and visit the most famous gun fight in America. But why was this so famous? Because it only lasted about…. :30sec. It happened on October 26th, 1881 at the OK Corral in Tombstone, AZ.

ARIZONA HEAT

Thinking of moving to Arizona? First rule to remember, don’t complain about the heat! If AZ is the place to be, you must show up knowing that it’s going to be blazing hot in the summer months. There are only a few places where you can move to and beat the heat: Flagstaff, PrescottSedona, etc. 

Now, let’s talk about the hottest temperature ever recorded. Hold on to your boots cowboy/girl, because the hottest ever recorded was 128 degrees. You know what? The beach sounds a hell of a lot better than a move to AZ. 

ARIZONA TEMPERATURE
SPEND THE NIGHT UNDERGROUND?
How would you like to spend the night 22 stories underground? Check out the Grand Canyon Caverns Inn, in Peach Springs, AZ. They will let you stay for a few hundred dollars a night.
 
The question is; Are you up for the challenge?
UNDERGROUND
LOVE TEQUILA?
Jump in your car and head South to a small little border town called Nogales, AZ. Back in 1936, the San Andres Distillery put out the very first barrel of Tequila in the United States.
 
Want to get a taste of authentic Tequila? Please, toss out your crocs, put on some walking shoes, and cross over to Nogales, Sonora. Here’s why: In Mexico, Tequila is 32-35% alcohol. For some reason, when that same bottle crosses over to the U.S., it gets bumped to 40%, completely changing the taste. Below is my personal recommendation: Herradura Ultra Anejo.
HOLLYWOOD IN AZ?

Some of the most famous and iconic movies were partly filmed around Arizona. Can you guess which ones? For a mind blowing experience, take a look at the video below.

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