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Recent Capital Territory & High Country reviews

  • Should have stayed longer!!

    "We came up to visit in the winter to go skiing at Sunrise Ski Park. Had a wonderful time with our friends and family. 3 couples and 4 kids under 5. You will love the kitchen and cooking on the awesomest stove I have ever used!!"
    Guest: nathan b. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 12, 2015
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  • Superb Family Destination

    "The house is amazing and such a great place for families of all ages to gather. There are a multitude of different, relaxing, and fun spaces. We had three generations of extended family there for a wedding and hosted several larger gatherings. People played just about every active game available, racquetball, shuffleboard (my favorite), pool, ping pong, basketball. There was never an excuse to just sit around if you wanted to be active. Other members of our extended family would join us during the day to hang out or to have breakfast together. There is ample parking for quite a few cars. It is close enough to town but also feels away in the mountains. The home exudes personality, quaint and fun-loving. It is perfect for families with children. There are play spaces inside and out. The kitchen is large and the refrigerator/freezer is huge. There are large eating spaces inside and on the patio where the gas grill is located. We used everything but the formal dining area. The house invites casual gatherings and old fashioned fun. A great find and the owners are good at communication. They want your stay to be a great one. The internet was spotty and, as warned, the reception for phones was iffy, but it wasn't a big deal even though most of our group relies in their normal life on the web. If you can't find something to do here, whether active or just sipping a cool drink in the hot tub, you've got no one to blame but yourself!"
    Guest: Jim Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 19, 2014
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  • really comfortable

    "Me and my family had a very wonderful time at this cabin very relaxing and comfortable. Now i know were me and my family will stay at next time we wanna get away from the city."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 5, 2015
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  • Spring Break Family Reunion Success!

    "What an amazing lakefront property surrounded by beautiful views and big skies. Gorgeous. We were extremely comfortable and had PLENTY of space with our group of 6 adults and 7 children (ages 2-12). We stayed here during spring break and the weather was a bit windy and chilly- as we expected it could be, but on the bright side- we had the lake all to ourselves!! We covered everything on our itinerary- -At the property there was a plethora of outdoor activities such as fishing (we needed to buy licenses for those who wanted to partake), kayaking, pedal boating, bicycling, and horseshoes. In addition to ping pong and a pool table inside this amazing cabin, we found plenty of board games, darts in the garage, books, movies, and more! A short drive away we found horseback riding and hiking. Grumpy Jake's, a BBQ place located nearby, was absolutely delicious, as was the Jalapeño Cafe if you feel like eating out. Wish we could have stayed another week!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 14, 2015
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Capital Territory & High Country Travel Tips

Things to See and Do near North Central Arizona Vacation Rentals

For many people, the primary attraction in North Central Arizona is the Grand Canyon and the surrounding National Park. Indeed, this is an impressive natural landscape and not to be missed. There are several viewpoints along the canyon's rim that can be accessed by road. Hiking trails can take you exploring some of the craggy rock formations of the canyon. Guided nature walks can be arranged at the ranger stations and park entrances. In addition to the Grand Canyon National Park, there are several other State Parks in the region. Some are home to beautiful natural attractions and most offer fun family recreation activities.

Finding Your Way to North Central Arizona Cabins

The main travel hub in the North Central Arizona is Flagstaff. Located approximately 58 miles south of the Grand Canyon and 174 miles north of Phoenix, it is the largest residential community in the region. Flagstaff boasts its own regional airport which hosts domestic flights from Phoenix, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and Denver, among other cities. If traveling from further afield, you may need to route via one of these travel hubs before connecting on to Flagstaff. If you are traveling by road, you will find Flagstaff easy to get to as it sits as a major intersection of highways from the south, east and west. Traveling time from Phoenix is between two to three hours depending on traffic and road conditions. Las Vegas to Flagstaff is a slightly longer travel distance and follows the southern section of the Grand Canyon.

Visitors to North Central Arizona Lodging

North Central Arizona is a great family vacation destination. Not only are there many outdoor activities to enjoy, there are also many places of interest to visit. Old western legends of stage coaches, ranchers and bandits are an integral part of many of the historic towns in the region. There are ghost towns, museums and many historic sites that provide insight into early pioneer life in the Wild West. It is a place that captures the imagination of young and old alike. If you enjoy photography, there are many natural and historic scenes that you can capture. The red earth provides a dramatic backdrop to any photo subject. The region also attracts many outdoor enthusiasts. The lakes offer boating and fishing recreation, and there are many hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking trails in the region to enjoy.

Best Time of Year to Visit Arizona Vacation Rentals

Arizona is a state that is known for its warm climate. Even in the winter months, you can enjoy warm sunshine almost every day. The north central part of Arizona is at an altitude of between 2,000 and 3,000 meters; because of this, seasonal temperatures are milder than in other parts of Arizona. This means that during the summertime, you can enjoy a wide variety of activities without feeling as though you will get scorched by the summer sun. You still need to have adequate sun protection of hats and sunscreen and make sure you drink plenty of water. Towards the end of summer, from July to mid-September, you can expect the occasional thunderstorm. The winter months are relatively short-lived, lasting only a month or two from November through December. Daytime temperatures can still be pleasantly warm but after the sun sets, the temperatures can plummet to below freezing. Ideally, you should dress in layers so you are not caught unprepared for the sudden temperature changes. Some snowfalls can occur in winter. Spring runs from January to April, and is one of the most pleasant seasons to visit. Fall season is also particularly beautiful as the turning leaves blend in with the red rock landscapes.

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