Rest of Arizona

Rest of Arizona Travel Guide

Articles about Rest of Arizona

By Alice Bruneau and Caroline Hallemann

Nature’s swimming pools are key to beating the summer heat. Fortunately, you’ll find them everywhere, from New York to California.

By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Adam McCulloch

Hotels in Rest of Arizona

The property has 23 luxurious lodge-style suites—each with rough-hewn log walls, cozy living rooms, and fireplaces—set on a pastoral 20-acres. Guests at the lodge can take full advantage with free fly-fishing equipment and lessons.

Restaurants in Rest of Arizona

There aren’t many frills as this wood-bedecked café, but it’s got a fireplace and serves all sorts of comfort food: biscuits and gravy, homemade soups, and all sorts of cobblers (try the peach, apple, or blackberry).

Things to do in Rest of Arizona

Pick up a fishing permit (or an ice fishing permit, in the winter) at a reasonable $6 per day. The one-stop shop also carries bait.