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One of the best things about being Arizona's Premier RV Dealer is all the places and things to see and do in Arizona. We've been helping families to make lifetime memories since 1966. Whether it's bustling cities, deep canyons or silent mountains to warm deserts, rolling hills or snowy peaks, in Arizona, the choices are endless. Nowhere else will you find so much to choose from. With five distinct regions, dozens of national and state parks, including the Grand Canyon, and hundreds of towns and cities, Arizona's landscape is as diverse as it is beautiful.

What are you waiting for? Discover Arizona in an RV from Little Dealer Little Prices!

Check our list of Arizona cities and towns, where haven't you been yet?

  • Phoenix, Maricopa County, State Capital
  • Tuscon, Pima County
  • Flagstaff, Coconino County
  • Mesa
  • Scottsdale
  • Glendale
  • Chandler
  • Tempe
  • Peoria
  • Gilbert
  • Sun City
  • Apache Junction
  • Sun City West
  • Prescott
  • Guadalupe
  • New River
  • Casa Grande
  • Eleven Mile Corner
  • Eleven Mile
  • Sun Lakes
  • Avondale
  • Surprise
  • Prescott Valley
  • Superstition Mountain
  • Queen Valley
  • Gold Canyon
  • Cave Creek
  • Carefree
  • Buckeye
  • Cottonwood
  • Fountain Hills
  • Star Valley
  • Payson
  • Gisela
  • Florence
  • Paradise Valley
  • Sedona
  • Groom Creek
  • Goodyear
  • Globe
  • Queen Creek
  • Chandler Heights
  • Toltec
  • Coolidge
  • Luke AFB
  • Camp Verde
  • Higley
  • Desert Hills
  • Anthem
  • Wickenburg
  • Maricopa
  • Kingman
  • Oatman
  • Lake Havasu City
  • Parker
  • Yuma
  • Page
  • Monument Valley
  • Grand Canyon
  • Williams
  • Winslow
  • Show Low
  • Jerome
  • Globe-Miami
  • Tombstone
  • Sierra Vista
  • Tubac
  • Bisbee
  • El Mirage
  • Safford
  • Cortaro
  • Bullhead City
  • Tolleson
  • Snowflake
  • Litchfield Park
  • Chinle
  • Pima
  • Wilcox
  • Higley
  • Chino Valley
  • Waddel
  • Marana
  • Sahuarita
  • Arizona City
  • Tuba City
  • Ajo
  • Holbrook
  • Quartzsite
  • Catalina
  • Clifton
  • Parker
  • San Carlos
  • Fort Defiance (Ft Defiance)
  • Sacaton
  • Duncan
  • Pinetop Lakeside
  • Springerville
  • Tonopah
  • Youngtown
  • Eloy
  • Superior
  • Benson
  • Mohave Valley
  • Morenci
  • St. Johns
  • Thatcher
  • Congress
  • Douglas
  • Fort Mohave (Ft Mohave)
  • Green Valley
  • Luke Air Force Base (Luke AFB)
  • Mayer
  • Nogales
  • Seligman
  • St. David
  • Welton
  • Window Rock
  • Four Corners
  • Clarkdale
  • Colorado City
  • Dewey
  • Humboldt
  • Eager
  • Fredonia
  • Gila Bend
  • Hayden
  • Huachuca City
  • Kearney
  • Mammoth
  • Oro Valley
  • Patagonia
  • San Luis
  • Somerton
  • South Tucson
  • Taylor
  • Tusayan
  • Wellton
  • Winkelman
  • Arizona CDPs:
  • Aguila
  • Ak Chin Village
  • Alamo Lake
  • Ali Chukson
  • Ali Molina
  • Alpine
  • Amado
  • Anegam
  • Antares
  • Arivaca Junction
  • Arizona Village
  • Arlington
  • Ash Fork
  • Avenue B and C
  • Avra Valley
  • Aztec
  • Bagdad
  • Bear Flat
  • Beaver Dam
  • Beaver Valley
  • Beyerville
  • Bitter Springs
  • Black Canyon City
  • Blackwater
  • Bluewater
  • Bouse
  • Bowie
  • Brenda
  • Bryce
  • Buckshot
  • Burnside
  • Bylas
  • Cactus Flats
  • Cactus Forest
  • Cameron
  • Campo Bonito
  • Cane Beds
  • Canyon Day
  • Carrizo
  • Casa Blanca
  • Casa Adobes
  • Catalina Foothills
  • Cedar Creek
  • Centennial Park
  • Central
  • Central Heights Midland City
  • Charco
  • Chiawull Tak
  • Chilchinbito
  • Chloride
  • Christopher Creek
  • Chuichu
  • Cibecue
  • Cibola
  • Cienega Springs
  • Citrus Park
  • Clacks Canyon
  • Claypool
  • Clay Springs
  • Comobabi
  • Concho
  • Copper Hill
  • Cordes Lake
  • Cornfields
  • Cornville
  • Corona de Tucson
  • Cottonwood
  • Cowlic
  • Crozier
  • Crystal Beach
  • Cutter
  • Dateland
  • Deer Creek
  • Del Muerto
  • Dennehotco
  • Dilkon
  • Dolan Springs
  • Doney Park
  • Donovan Estates
  • Dragoon
  • Drexel Heights
  • Dripping Springs
  • Drysdale
  • Dudleyville
  • East Fork
  • East Verde Estates
  • Ehrenberg
  • El Capitan
  • Elephant Head
  • Elfrida
  • Elgin
  • El Prado Estates
  • First Mesa
  • Flowing Springs
  • Flowing Wells
  • Fort Apache (Ft. Apache)
  • Fort Thomas (Ft. Thomas)
  • Fort Valley (Ft. Valley)
  • Fortuna Foothills
  • Franklin
  • Freedom Acres
  • Gadsden
  • Ganado
  • Geronimo Estates
  • Gila Crossings
  • Golden Shores
  • Golden Valley
  • Greasewood
  • Greer
  • Gu Oidak
  • Hackberry
  • Haigler Creek
  • Halvana Nakya
  • Hard Rock
  • Heber Overgaard
  • Hondah
  • Hotevilla Bacavi
  • Houck
  • Hunter Creek
  • Icehouse Canyon
  • Indian Wells
  • Jakes Corner
  • Jeddito
  • Joseph City
  • Kacina Village
  • Kaibab
  • Kaibito
  • Kaka
  • Katherine
  • Kayenta
  • Keams Canyon
  • Kino Springs
  • Klagetoh
  • Kohatk
  • Kohls Ranch
  • Komatke
  • Ko Vaya
  • Kykotsmovi Village
  • Lake Montezuma
  • Lake of the Woods
  • La Paz Valley
  • Lazy Y U
  • LeChee
  • Leupp
  • Linden
  • Littlefield
  • Littletown
  • Low Mountain
  • Lower Santan Village
  • Lukachukai
  • Lupton
  • McConnico
  • McNary
  • McNeal
  • Maish Vaya
  • Many Farms
  • Maricopa Colony
  • Martinez Lake
  • Mead Ranch
  • Meadview
  • Mesa del Caballo
  • Mescal
  • Mesquite Creek
  • Miracle Valley
  • Moccasin
  • Moenkopi
  • Mohave Valley
  • Mojave Ranch Estates
  • Morristown
  • Mountainaire
  • Munds Park
  • Naco
  • Nazlini
  • Nelson
  • New Kingman Butler
  • Nolic
  • North Fork
  • Nutrioso
  • Oak Springs
  • Oracle
  • Orange Grove Mobile Manor
  • Oxbow Estates
  • Padre Ranchitos
  • Palominas
  • Parker Strip
  • Parks
  • Paulden
  • Peach Springs
  • Peeples Valley
  • Peridot
  • Picacho
  • Picture Rockas
  • Pimaco Two
  • Pinal
  • Pine
  • Pine Lake
  • Pinedale
  • Pinetop Country Club
  • Pinion
  • Pinion Pines
  • Pirtleville
  • Pisinemo
  • Poston
  • Rainbow City
  • Rancho Mesa Verde
  • Red Mesa
  • Red Rock
  • Rillito
  • Rincon Valley
  • Rio Rico
  • Rio Verde
  • Rock House
  • Rock Point
  • Roosevelt
  • Rough Rock
  • Round Rock
  • Round Valley
  • Rye
  • Sacate Village
  • Sacaton Flats Village
  • Saddlebrooke
  • Saint Michaels (St. Michaels)
  • Salome
  • San Jose
  • San Manuel
  • San Miguel
  • San Simon
  • San Tan Valley
  • Sanders
  • Santa Cruz
  • Santa Rosa
  • Sawmill
  • Scenic
  • Seba Dalkai
  • Second Mesa
  • Sehill
  • Selis
  • Seven Mile
  • Shongopovi
  • Shonto
  • Six Shooter Canyon
  • So Hi
  • Solomon
  • Sonoita
  • South Komelik
  • Spring Valley
  • Stanfield
  • Steamboat
  • Stotonic Village
  • Strawberry
  • Summerhaven
  • Summit
  • Sun Valley
  • Sunizona
  • Sunwest
  • Supai
  • Sweet Water Village
  • Swift Trail Junction
  • Tacna
  • Tanque Verde
  • Tat Momoli
  • Teec nos Pos
  • Tees Toh
  • Theba
  • Three Points
  • Tolani Lake
  • Tonalea
  • Tonto Basin
  • Tonto Village
  • Topawa
  • Topock
  • Top of the World
  • Toyei
  • Truxton
  • Tsaile
  • Tucson Estates
  • Tumacacori Carmen
  • Turkey Creek
  • Upper Santan Village
  • Utting
  • Vail
  • Vaiva Vo
  • Valencia West
  • Valentine
  • Valle
  • Valle Vista
  • Ventana
  • Verde Village
  • Vernon
  • Vicksburg
  • Village of Oak Creek
  • Wagon Wheel
  • Wahak Hotrontk
  • Wall Lane
  • Walnut Creek
  • Washington Park
  • Wellton Hills
  • Wenden
  • Wet Camp Village
  • Wheatfields
  • Whetstone
  • Whispering Pines
  • White Hills
  • White Mountain Lake
  • Whitecone
  • Whiteriver
  • Why
  • Wide Ruins
  • Wikieup
  • Wiloit
  • Willaimson
  • Willow Canyon
  • Winslow West
  • Winterburg
  • Wittmann
  • Woordruff
  • Yarnell
  • York
  • Young
  • Yucca
  • Chandler Heights
  • Circle City
  • Tortilla Flat
  • Waddell
  • Sunflower
  • Fort McDowell (Ft. McDowell)
  • Higley
  • Laveen
  • Liberty
  • Palo Verde
  • Arizona Indian Reservations:
  • Gila River Indian Community
  • Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community
  • Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation
  • Tohono O'oodham Indian Reservation
  • Arizona Ghost Towns:
  • Agua Caliente
  • Marinette
  • Vulture Mine
  • Arizona Counties:
  • Apache, County Seat St. Johns, Established 1879
  • Cochise, County Seat Bisbee, Established 1881
  • Coconino, County Seat Flagstaff, Established 1891
  • Gila, County Seat Globe, Established 1881
  • Graham, County Seat Safford, Established 1881
  • Greenlee, County Seat Clifton, Established 1909
  • La Paz, County Seat Parker, Established 1983
  • Maricopa, County Seat Phoenix, Established 1871
  • Mohave, County Seat Kingman, Established 1864
  • Navajo, County Seat Holbrook, Established 1895
  • Pima, County Seat Tucson, Established 1864
  • Pinal, County Seat Florence, Established 1875
  • Santa Cruz, County Seat Nogales, Established 1899
  • Yavapai, County Seat Prescott, Established 1864
  • Yuma, County Seat Yuma, Established 1864

Arizona's name originated from the Spanish name, Arizonac, which in turn derived from an Indian word, alĭ ṣonak (meaning "small spring")

  • When Arizona Became A State: February 14, 1912 (Valentine's Day)
  • What is The Population of Arizona: 6,392,017 (2012 US Census)
  • What is The Arizona State Capitol: Phoenix AZ
  • Arizona State Motto: Ditat Deus (God Enriches)
  • Arizona Nickname: The Grand Canyon State
  • Arizona Land Size: 114,000 Square Miles (6th Largest State)
  • What is The Arizona State Bird: Cactus Wren
  • What is The Arizona State Tree: Palo Verde (Green Stick)
  • State Mammal: Arizona Ringtail Cat
  • What is The Arizona State Flower: Saguro Cactus Bloom

Arizona is home of the Five C's: Copper, Cattle, Citrus, Cotton and Climate.

Arizona is the largest copper producing state in the Unites States. More copper is mined in Arizona than all the other states combined, and the Morenci Mine is the largest copper producing mine in the North America.

Arizona State has 18 national monuments, more than any other state in the Unites States.

Arizona is home to the world’s largest rose bush. Planted in Tombstone in 1885, the giant rose bush has a 12-foot circumference trunk and covers an area of 9,000 square feet. The best-preserved meteor crater on Earth is located near Winslow, Arizona.

So here's the top ways in which Phoenix is misspelled, from least popular to most popular:

  1. Phoinex
  2. Phonenix
  3. Poenix
  4. Phenoix
  5. Phoeniz
  6. Phonix

The name Phoenix was actually suggested by a man named Darrell Duppa, who is purported to have said "A new city will spring phoenix-like upon the ruins of a former civilization."

Phoenix became official on May 4, 1868 when an election precinct was formed here. The Post Office was established just over a month later on June 15.

Phoenix is pronounced: fee-niks. A person who lives in Phoenix is called a Phoenician (fu-nee-shun). A person who lives in Arizona is an Arizonan (a-riz-oh-nun).

No matter how you spell Phoenix, please stop by and see us at Little Dealer Little Prices RV, your one stop RV shop