Western Outdoor Times - Times Spent Outdoors: Priceless!

U S Coast Guard Auxilliary

(18) stories found containing 'petroglyphs'

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 18 of 18

 By Margie Anderson    RVing    July 1, 2022

Williams - Great Family Getaway

John and I and Mochi went to Williams again this past week and I've got to tell you, it's one of our favorite places to get away in the summer. It can be a bit warm during the day, but since we spend... Full story

 By AZBW    RVing    April 1, 2021

Hike And Bike

Put A Spring In Your Step - Hike (And Bike) Close To Home View TT's blog about outdoor options in Tempe during COVID-19. And check out the City of Tempe's website for the latest updates on closures.... Full story

 By AZBW    RVing    April 1, 2021

Hiking Arizona State Parks

'Pick a trail and lace up your shoes.' From Arizona State Parks And Trails Attention Arizona hikers! If you're looking for a great way to get outdoors any time of year with friends or the family,... Full story


Arizona Best Hikes For October

Flagstaff We went up to Flagstaff at the beginning of September, and even at that altitude, it was still warm. We even went way up the mountain to hike the Kachina Trail and it was still warm in the... Full story

 By Margie Anderson    RVing    July 1, 2020

Williams Arizona Part I

Maps Are Guides To So Many Cool Spots In Arizona Somebody asked me recently how John and I find so many cool places around Arizona. The answer is maps. I have a lot of maps. When we were planning our... Full story

 By Margie Anderson    RVing    April 1, 2020

Get Outside!

The Japanese have a term "Shinrinyoku" that literally means "forest therapy". They know that getting outdoors soothes your soul and relaxes your mind. It is really good for kids to get outdoors and... Full story

 By AZBW    RVing    September 1, 2019

Centennial Trail

Trails And Natural Parklands Portion Of Centennial Trail Reopens Contributors: Nancy Nesbit, Chris Hosking Due to new development in the area, about a third of Centennial Trail - an in-town trail... Full story

 By GCNP    RVing    March 1, 2019

Mary Colter's Legacy - Remembering A Master

*Hopi House, Hermit's Rest, Lookout Studio and Desert View Watchtower are not only the best and least altered, but also some of the only remaining works of the master architect and interior designer... Full story

 By ASP    RVing    May 1, 2016

Spring Events At Homolovi State Park

Park Rangers at Homolovi State Park in Winslow will educate visitors about the sacred Hopi land the park resides on at guided walks, hikes and lectures in May 2016. There will also be a Star Party... Full story

 By AZBW    Events   

34rd Annual Archaeology Expo At Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

(Phoenix, AZ - February 18, 2016) - For the entire month of March 2016, the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)/Arizona State Parks (ASP) is coordinating activities throughout the state for the... Full story


Start With New Years Day Hikes

The State Parks in Arizona are offering guided hikes for New Years Day as part of a program called 1st Day Hikes. Guided hikes are great, even if you are an experienced hiker, because the guides will... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    October 1, 2015

Arizona Bison Workshop Being Offered Oct. 10 Near Flagstaff

Since the early days of U.S. settlement, the bison has figured prominently in literature, folk lore, petroglyphs and even on U.S. currency. Now you can learn more about this North American icon at a... Full story

 By AZBW    RVing    January 15, 2015

Sedona Red Rocks News

At the New Year, it is customary to reflect and aspire to do better in the coming year, often through the traditions of New Year's resolutions. In 2015, Sedona welcomes those who resolve to travel... Full story

 By AZBW    Events   

Take Your Walk to the Desert - Spur Cross

May 26 Monday 7:30 am Take Your Walk to the Desert (moderate) Join park docent Coni for a moderate 3 to 5 mile hike (ability of hikers and weather will determine the length of hike). We might hike... Full story

 By AZBW    Camping    January 15, 2014

Camp In Style At White Tank Mountain Regional Park

The time of year when locals and snowbirds alike pack-up their RV's and head out to explore new and familiar territories has arrived! This year, however, those who set their sights on White Tank... Full story


Lake Havasu Boat Tours Highlight Unique Geology

There is no better way to enhance your appreciation of Lake Havasu and the lower Colorado River than by experiencing one of six different guided boat tours. You can take in the natural, raw beauty of... Full story


The Sounds Of Silence

New Searchable Guide To Arizona’s Best Hikes Millions of Americans may associate Lake Havasu City with powerboat racing, personal watercraft competitions, spring break, and other, well, noisy... Full story


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021