2012 Arizona Official State Visitor Guide - (Page 95)

Smart Traveler Tips to help you get the most from your stay It’s easy to enjoy Arizona’s year-round temperate climate and unparalleled natural beauty. With the following collection of resources, you’ll discover it’s just as easy to access every corner of the Grand Canyon State. Don’t see what you’re looking for? You’ll find further information in the “Arizona Visitor Centers” section of this guide as well as at the end of each regional section. For even more resources, visit www.arizonaguide.com. 511 TraveLer informaTion service The Arizona Department of Transportation’s 511 Traveler Information Service provides information and updates on road closures, construction and delays, as well as public transit services, major airports, tourism, weather and more. 511 Traveler Information Service dial 511, www.az511.gov Time zone Arizona is in the Mountain Standard time zone. With the exception of the Navajo Indian Reservation in Northern Arizona, the state does not observe Daylight Saving Time. GeTTinG Here Traveling by air Arizona’s airports make it easy to reach every corner of the state. For airline and flight information, contact each airport individually. For additional airports in the state, visit www.arizona guide.com/arizona-travelinfo/getting-to-arizona. Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (928) 556-1234, www.flagstaff.az.gov Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (602) 273-3300, www.phxskyharbor.com Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (480) 988-7600, www.phxmesa gateway.org Prescott Regional Airport (928) 777-1114, www.cityofprescott.net Tucson International Airport (520) 573-8100, www.tucsonairport.org LocaL TransporTaTion Bus & light rail service In the Greater Phoenix area, METRO Light Rail provides speedy rail service from central Phoenix, through downtown Phoenix and Tempe’s Arizona State University campus and into Mesa. Valley Metro buses provide public transportation throughout the entire Greater Phoenix area. Sun Tran buses serve the metro Tucson area and have transit centers located at major destinations throughout the city. METRO Light Rail & Valley Metro (602) 253-5000, www.valleymetro.org Sun Tran (520) 792-9222, www.suntran.com american indian Lands Arizona’s 22 American Indian tribes offer a multitude of recreational attractions, casinos and scenery that make their reservation lands—covering about 25% of the state—highly sought-after destinations and vacation spots. From ski slopes to blue waters, from narrow canyons to slender spires, Arizona’s American Indian lands are more than ready to entertain and delight visitors. Learn more about Arizona’s American Indian tribes and lands, and find contact information for each tribe, in the “Arizona’s Indian Country” section beginning on page 87. For tribal land etiquette tips and additional information, log on to www.arizonaguide.com. Shuttle service No matter where the destination in Arizona, ground transportation is easily accessible to visitors. Visit the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Tucson International Airport and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Web sites for companies currently offering shuttle services between the airports and cities throughout the state. Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport www.phxmesagateway.org Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport www.phxskyharbor.com Tucson International Airport www.tucsonairport.org diGiTaL resources for arizona TraveLers www.arizonaguide.com The official Web site of the Arizona Office of Tourism offers comprehensive information about the Grand Canyon State including travel ideas, calendar of events, maps, hotel and attraction listings, as well as travel deals and special offers. mobi.arizonaguide.com The Arizona Office of Tourism’s official mobile Web site features location-based searches—with GPS tracking and turn-by-turn directions—for attractions, golf courses, restaurants, resorts and spas, as well as up-to-date event information and travel deals. The mobile Web site is currently available for Android phones and iPhones. Car rental National car rental companies offer service at both the Phoenix and Tucson airports. At Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, shuttles ferry passengers to a separate, state-of-the-art car rental complex. advantage alamo aviS Budget dollar enterpriSe (800) 777-5500 (877) 222-9075 (800) 331-1212 (800) 527-0700 (800) 800-4000 (800) 261-7331 Fox Hertz national payleSS tHriFty (800) 225-4369* (800) 654-3131 (877) 222-9058 (800) 729-5377* (888) 400-8877 www.arizonatravelfacts.com A one-stop Web site providing information on traveldocumentation requirements and other general travel tips for Arizona. Buckle up! Arizona law requires each front-seat occupant to wear a seat belt in a passenger car that is designed to carry 10 or fewer passengers. Children under five years of age must be properly restrained as well. inTernaTionaL TraveLers Foreign travelers can expect to present a visa and passport from their country of origin in order to enter the US. For additional information, please contact the agency below. US State Department–Visa Services (202) 663-1225, www.travel.state.gov www.arizonaguide.com 95 *Indicates car rental service not on location at Tucson International Airport. For additional ground transportation information for the airports, visit the airport Web sites. http://www.az511.gov http://www.arizonaguide.com http://www.arizonaguide.com/arizona-travel-info/getting-to-arizona http://www.arizonaguide.com/arizona-travel-info/getting-to-arizona http://www.arizonaguide.com/arizona-travel-info/getting-to-arizona http://www.arizonaguide.com http://www.valleymetro.org http://www.flagstaff.az.gov http://www.suntran.com http://www.arizonaguide.com http://www.phxskyharbor.com http://www.phxmesagateway.org http://www.phxmesagateway.org http://www.phxmesagateway.org http://mobi.arizonaguide.com http://www.phxskyharbor.com http://www.cityofprescott.net http://www.tucsonairport.org http://www.tucsonairport.org http://www.arizonatravelfacts.com http://www.travel.state.gov http://www.arizonaguide.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of 2012 Arizona Official State Visitor Guide

2012 Arizona Official State Visitor Guide
Contents
A Grand Canyon Grand Tour
Arizona Alfresco
Main Street Strolls
Arizona State Map
Statewide Calendar of Events
Phoenix & Central Arizona
Regional Map
Resource Guide
Activities & Attractions Listings
Accommodations
Golf
RV Parks
Tucson & Southern Arizona
Regional Map
Resource Guide
Activities & Attractions Listings
Accommodations
Golf
RV Parks
Northern Arizona
Regional Map
Resource Guide
Activities & Attractions Listings
Accommodations
RV Parks
Arizona’s West Coast
Regional Map
Resource Guide
Activities & Attractions Listings
Accommodations
RV Parks
North Central Arizona
Regional Map
Resource Guide
Activities & Attractions Listings
Accommodations
Arizona’s Indian Country
Tribal Treasures: Shopping for American Indian Arts & Crafts
Calendar of American Indian Events
Map of Arizona’s American Indian Lands
A Comprehensive Listing of Arizona’s American Indian Tribes
Smart Traveler
Arizona Visitor Centers
Arizona Mileage Map

2012 Arizona Official State Visitor Guide

https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/madden/az_ovg18
https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/madden/az_ovg16
https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/madden/az_ovg15
https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/madden/az_ovg14
https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/madden/az_ovg13
https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/madden/az_ovg12
https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/madden/az_ovg11
https://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/madden/az_ovg10
https://www.nxtbookmedia.com