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Arizona Overview 

Arizona is an excellent choice for a timeshare vacation. Located in the southwestern United States, the beauty of the desert in all its colors and textures is complemented by the Colorado Plateau high country pristine pines. The Grand Canyon, scenic roads, art, history and a rich Native American Indian culture are all part of the fabric of Arizona. From Scottsdale to Tucson to Phoenix, major sports and world class art is readily accessible. 

When to go to Arizona

Arizona has a quite a range in temperature fluctuations because the topography includes sizable variations in elevation. Arizona is primarily a desert climate, with mild winters and very hot summers. Sunshine is plentiful. Typically, the weather is mild with temperatures averaging a minimum of 60 °F from late fall to early spring. November through February is typically the coldest part of the year with temperatures in a range of 44–75 °F. The occasional frost can occur. Temperatures heat up from June through September with a typical range of between 90–128 °F The best time to go to Arizona is September through April. 

What are the Main Cities in Arizona?

The main cities with excellent accommodations in Arizona are Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson, Chandler, Tempe, Mesa, and Sedona. 

What is there to See and Do in Arizona?

Shopping is abundant throughout the State of Arizona and includes the Biltmore Fashion Park, Phoenix, Arizona Mills, Tempe and Superstition Springs Center in Mesa. There is a wide range professional sports teams that call Arizona home including the Arizona Diamondbacks, the NBA Suns, WNBA Mercury, NHL Coyotes and the NFL Arizona Cardinals. The Phoenix International Raceway hosts NASCAR and Indy races. There is also the World Golf Championships Accenture Match Play tournament that is held in the state. Art galleries include the Sedona Fine Art Gallery in Sedona, the Berlin Gallery in Phoenix and the Rima Fine Art Gallery in Scottsdale.

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