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Pictured Above: The busy city of Bisbee.

Photo credit: evokingimages.com




This page features a spectacular image gallery of Arizona cities and unique, otherworldly natural landscapes. Also find many fun facts about the state of Arizona.

Arizona is home to Grand Canyon National Park, along with 31 state parks.




 

Below:  A swirling view of Coyote Buttes.

Photo: http://www.bancodeimagenesgratis.com/2012/11/majestuoso-e-imponente-desierto-en.html





Arizona State Parks

Here is an alphabetical list of state parks in Arizona.

  1. Alamo Lake State Park
  2. Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park
  3. Buckskin Mountain State Park
  4. Catalina State Park
  5. Cattail Cove State Park
  6. Colorado River State Historic Park
  7. Dankworth Pond State Park 
  8. Dead Horse Ranch State Park
  9. Fort Verde State Historic Park
  10. Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park 
  11. Havasu Riviera State Park 
  12. Homolovi State Park 
  13. Jerome State Historic Park
  14. Kartchner Caverns State Park
  15. Lake Havasu State Park
  16. Lost Dutchman State Park
  17. Lyman Lake State Park
  18. McFarland State Historic Park 
  19. Oracle State Park
  20. Patagonia Lake State Park
  21. Picacho Peak State Park
  22. Red Rock State Park
  23. Riordan Mansion State Historic Park 
  24. River Island State Park
  25. Rockin' River Ranch State Park 
  26. Roper Lake State Park
  27. Slide Rock State Park
  28. Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park 
  29. Tonto Natural Bridge State Park
  30. Tubac Presidio State Historic Park 
  31. Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park




The Colorado River's Horseshoe Bend, a dive-worthy scene from Grand Canyon National Park.

Photo: americannationalparks.com




Arizona Homeschool Facts

1.  In square miles, Arizona is the nation's sixth largest state.

2.  Arizona borders New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, California, and Mexico. It also touches the southwestern corner of Colorado.

3.  Arizona's geography is characterized by cactus-filled desert landscapes in the south, and dense pine forests in the state's northern regions. 

4.  Arizona does not observe Daylight Saving time, except within the Navajo Nation. 

5.  Arizona is home to more than 6.5 million people. 

6.  Roughly 4.6 percent of Arizona's population are Native American people.

7. Native American Indian Tribes of Arizona include Chemehuevi, Chiricahua, Cocopa, Coyotero (Western Apache), Havasu 'Baaja, Hohokam, Hopi, Hualapai, Maricopa, Mohave (also spelled Mojave), Navajo, Pima, Quechan, San Carlos Apache, Southern Paiute, Southern Ute, Tewa, Tohono O'odham, Tolkepaya White Mountain Apache, Walapai, Wipukpaya, Xalychidom, Xawitt Kunyavaei, Yaqui, Yavapai, and Yoeme.

8. Probably Arizona's most famous resident is Geronimo, the great Apache Warrior.




Above: Grand Falls

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Above: The warm and tranquil Lake Powell. 

Photo: itusozluk.com

 



Above:  An approaching view of a dramatic sunset over Monument Valley.

Photo: beautifulplacestovisit.com




Above: Sundown over a desert outside of Phoenix. 

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Above:  Rocks in the Sunset over Monument Valley. 

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What Arizona image gallery would be complete without a fainting view of Havasupai Falls?

Photo: celysvet.cz



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