For a family destination that doesn’t disappoint, head to Arizona with kids. Arizona encompasses a beautifully diverse range of climates, landscapes, and attractions.
Walking distance from the visitor center is Mather Point with scenic views of the canyon’s colorful rock layers. Popular Grand Canyon hikes with kids include the Shoshone Point Trail and Bright Angel Point Trail.
This is one of the most beautiful spots on my Arizona bucket list, and it’s an absolute must! It’s not an easy one to tick off, but it is worth it.
This is one of the most unique places to see how Native Americans lived in Northern Arizona. It is a collection of dozens of Pueblo villages that have long been abandoned, but not forgotten.
Horseshoe Bend has probably appeared as an automated screen saver on a device of yours. The giant rock has been eroded by water to form a bend in the Colorado River.
Lake Powell is a great place to get out in the water any time of year. There are night time boat cruises, kayaks to rent, and beaches for swimming.
The main car route takes you around the canyon to Spider Rock Overlook, so you can get a great look at the formations that make this place so beautiful.
A definite must-see on every tourist’s list the Chapel is an architectural wonder. Completed in 1956 it was meant to be sent to Budapest to be built, however, the designer decided to build it into a thousand-foot rock wall.