From the red rock canyons and colorful cactus-filled deserts of Arizona to the fine dining and vibrant nightlife of Las Vegas, the map below will take you on the most epic adventure. This road trip from Nevada to Arizona will be the perfect way to experience what both states have to offer.
We're bringing you an itinerary meant for a long-week vacay. Maybe two, if you're up for it. Mark your calendar, pack a bag or two, and bring your BFF or SO along. The ride will be an unforgettable one.
Salt River Kayaking | Mesa, Arizona
Price: $47 - $70 per person plus tax
Address: 9200 N Bush Hwy, Mesa, Arizona 85215
Why you should go: While you're relaxing on the Salt River, it's possible to see some wild horses. There's nothing better than relaxing with a view.
Adventure Course | Flagstaff, Arizona
Price: $52 - $62 per person
Address: Fort Tuthill County Park, Flagstaff, Arizona 86005
Why you should go: About 2.5 hours away from Phoenix with no traffic, this adventurous rope course will let you walk through the trees. There are different types of courses for you to try. Are you up for the challenge?
Airstream Dreaming | Flagstaff, Arizona
Price per night: $69 per night for up to four people
Address: Flagstaff, Arizona (exact location provided after booking)
Why you should go: After a long day of kayaking and walking above the trees, you can get some much-needed rest in a charming and affordable vintage trailer.
Humphrey's Peak Trail | Flagstaff, Arizona
Length: 11-miles roundtrip
Address: Flagstaff, Arizona
Why you should go: As you make your way to the Grand Canyon, you can hike up to the highest point in Arizona. It'll be hard, but the views are so worth it.
Price: Price varies $300 - $375 per person for 4 days and 3-nights
Address: Supai, Arizona 86435
Why you should go: It'll be tough getting a reservation here, but it's worth it. The turquoise water is breathtaking.
Horseshoe Bend | Grand Canyon, Arizona
Price: $10 per vehicle
Address: Page, Arizona
Why you should go: After a long hike, you and your BFF or SO can drive 2 hours from Flagstaff and walk a short way to get gorgeous views of Horseshoe Bend.
Horseshoe Bend Home | Page, Arizona
Price per night: $98 per night for up to six people
Address: Page, Arizona (exact location provided upon booking)
Why you should go: Only 10 minutes away from Horseshoe bend this charming little house is the perfect place to relax and wind down after a long day of adventuring.
Zion National Park | Springdale, Arizona
Price: $35 per vehicle
Address: Zion National Park | 1 Zion Park Blvd. State Route 9,
Springdale, Utah 84767
Why you should go: You can opt for a scenic ride through the mountains and even park and hike too. It's possible to see different kinds of wildlife.
Snow Canyon State Park | Ivins, Utah
Price: $10 per vehicle
Address: 1002 Snow Canyon Dr, Ivins, Utah 84738
Why you should go: The stunning red rock formations, dunes, and cliffs. The scenery is so beautiful; you could spend all day here.
The Purple House | Littlefield, Arizona
Price per night: $60 per night for up to two people
Address: Littlefield, Arizona (exact location provided upon booking)
Why you should go: This adorable small home has views of the mountains and is only an hour away from Vegas. It's on a quiet farm that will somehow feel like home.
Tim Burton Exhibit | Las Vegas, Nevada
Price: $24 - $30 per person
Address: 770 Las Vegas Boulevard North, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
Why you should go: Once you reach Las Vegas, you can relax and explore the city. This exhibit includes some of our favorite Tim Burton characters.
Lake Havasu | Lake Havasu City, Arizona
Price: $15 - $20 per vehicle
Address: Lake Havasu State Park | 699 Old Highway 95, Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403
Why you should go: Since there's wonderful weather year-round, Lake Havasu is worth a visit at any time of the year.
Home | Phoenix, Arizona
The Grand Canyon State is full of adventure; you just have to know where to look. If you're looking for an epic road trip adventure, this map is for you. The heart of Arizona has so many fun things to do from wine cruises to an indoor water park.
Our map is about 970 miles in total. It's possible that you'll want to stay longer than you anticipated and that's okay. Everyone needs a little vacation once in a while.
Phoenix to Las Vegas Roundtrip
Length: Approximately 967 miles
Why you should go: This map outlines an epic roundtrip you can take from Phoenix to Las Vegas and back.
*This article has been updated.
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