Wine in Arizona?

Believe it or not, Arizona’s wine producing region is one of the oldest in the country, first settled in the 16th Century by Spanish missionaries for use in their religious ceremonies.

Inside the park: MATHER POINT

No visit to Grand Canyon National Park is complete without a stop at Mather Point.

Brewed for Grand Canyon lovers ...

Owners of The Grand Canyon Brewery, located in the heart of downtown Williams, have carved a large niche for themselves since opening in August of 2007.

Bearizona

Bearizona Drive-Thru Wildlife Park offers visitors to northern Arizona a once in a lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with bears, wolves and more.

Welcome to a world of wonder

Grand Canyon isn’t just spectacular — it’s one of the seven natural wonders of the world, along with Mount Everest in Nepal, Victoria Falls in Zambia/Zimbabwe, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the Northern Lights, Paricutin Volcano in Mexico and Harbor of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

Grand Canyon Deer Farm

Have you ever wanted to pet a deer? Can you imagine having your photo taken with a deer close enough to hug? Then head on over to the Grand Canyon Deer Farm.

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The Grand Canyon Forest Reserve was established on Feb. 20, 1893. In 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt declared the Canyon a national monument under the Antiquities Act. Congress declared the Canyon a national park in 1919, three years after the National Park Service was formed.

The 277-mile long, one-mile deep canyon covers a total of 1,900 square miles. It was discovered in 1540 by Spanish explorer Don Lopez de Cardenas, a captain in Coronado’s expedition.

One-and-one-half kilometers below the South Rim, the Colorado River flows at an average speed of four miles per hour. Averaging 300 feet wide and 100 feet deep, the river flows west through the Canyon, bends south and empties into the Gulf of California in Mexico.

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Bearizona Drive-Thru Wildlife Park offers visitors to northern Arizona a once in a lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with bears, wolves and more.

Whether you’re looking to embark on an interesting walk or a drive in the woods, Williams is the perfect jumping off point for an afternoon adventure.

If you are searching for that perfect souvenir or something special for yourself, don’t leave without taking advantage of Williams’ many shopping opportunities.

If you spontaneously decide to stay another day or two, there is a great chance you can find lodging inside or just outside of Williams, especially during the off-season.

 

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