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Paradise Valley Information
About Paradise Valley
Paradise Valley is known for its expensive real estate, luxury golf courses, and hip restaurant scene. Even though the town is relatively small, it's home to eight full service resorts making it one of Arizona's premier tourist destinations. No wonder the residents say, "there is a reason we call this valley paradise”. Paradise Valley is now Phoenix's wealthiest suburb, but in the 1800s the area was mostly used for cattle grazing and farming. The town is truly a desert oasis surrounded by the iconic Camelback Mountain to the south, Phoenix Mountain Preserve to the west, and McDowell Mountains to the east. With an average of 294 days of sunshine a year, your options of exciting outdoor activities are limitless.
Things to do in Paradise Valley
Whether you're interested in arts and culture, sporting events, outdoor adventures, world-class golf courses, shopping, or luxury spa treatments, Paradise Valley area offers a special vacation tailor-made for you. There are several historical sites within the town including the Harold C. Price Sr. House, Norman Lykes House, McCure Mansion/Hormel Mansion, and the Barry Goldwater Memorial Park. The centerpiece of the Goldwater Memorial is a one and a half times life-size statue of Senator Barry Goldwater, a long time resident of the town.
Day trips from Paradise Valley
The nearby Tonto National Forest in Arizona embraces nearly 3 million acres of beautiful country, ranging from Saguaro cactus-studded desert to pine-forested mountains. There are great activities year-round whether it's soaking in the sun at a lake beach or hiking through a cool pine forest. With about 5.8 million visitors annually, Tonto National Forest is one of the most visited "urban" forests in the United States. Head west for even more wildlife. At the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, over 80% of the refuge's 665,400 acres are designated as wilderness providing an excellent habitat for the harsh desert's plant and animal species. Some great places to explore the rugged landscape are Kofa Cabin and Hoodoo Cabin where campers can spend the night, or Kofa Monument.
Paradise Valley accommodations
In a place known for its resort, there's no doubt that you have to check out some of these luxurious accommodations. JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa is the perfect combination of luxury and comfort. The hotel, set atop 125 acres of scenic Sonoran Desert, is the perfect place for a weekend of relaxation. Private casitas and suites are also available. DoubleTree Paradise Valley Resort is another great option. Swim in one of the two outdoor pools or enjoy a game of tennis or basketball in the middle of great dining, nightlife and shopping. They even provide a complimentary shuttle to help you explore the area.
Transportation in Paradise Valley
Valley Metro provides a number of routes giving you plenty of public transportation options for the Greater Phoenix Area. There is a light rail that stops at the airport as well as several bus routes. A great and fun way to travel around the Scottsdale area is the free Scottsdale Trolley which also has a variety of routes.