Some might be surprised to learn that Phoenix, Arizona is the fifth-largest city in the country with a population of more than 1.6 million residents. It's still growing, mostly due to the influx of "snow birds" who come for the pleasant, warm weather. With its abundant sunshine and warm temperatures, you're able to get out year-round to shop, golf, hike and experience the city's energetic nightlife and rich arts and cultural scene.
Phoenix Apartments and Neighborhoods
Best of Phoenix
If Phoenix's incredible weather isn't enough to win you over, this best-ranked list might:
Free Things to Do in Phoenix
Adventure abounds around every corner in Phoenix. Check out our list of free things to do:
From a shopping excursion in Scottsdale to a pub crawl in Tempe, you won't have any trouble finding things to do in Phoenix this weekend.
For even more entertaining activities in Phoenix, check out this Top 5 list:
Did you know?
It may take up to a century for just one branch of the Saguaro cactus to grow an arm. If you kill the endangered Saguaro cactus - a beloved symbol of the West, only found in the Sonoran Desert - you might spend up to a year in prison!
Phoenix is home to four major professional sports leagues: the NFL's Arizona Cardinals, the NBA's Phoenix Suns, MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks and NHL's Arizona Coyotes, so there's always a team to follow.
For Families with Kids
Phoenix has its share of fun activities and places for families with kids, including the Children's Museum of Phoenix, where kids of all ages can scale "The Climber" structure or take a bike ride through "Pedal Power." Phoenix is home to 325 public schools and more than 200 charter and private schools in 30 school districts.
Phoenix Natural Beauty and Outdoor Living
With 300 days of sunshine every year and an average year-round temperature of 75 degrees Fahrenheit, Phoenix is perfect for outdoor adventurists. The Camelback Mountain is just minutes from downtown and offers hiking trails that loop around crimson red rocks and offer scenic views of the desert landscapes below.
Dog-friendly Activities in Phoenix
The city boasts more than ten dog parks, with top picks being Friends of Hance Dog Park and Chaparral Off Leash Area, which offers separate areas for active and passive dogs. Phoenix also has a Doggie Street Festival in January, where you can find music, food and check out the options for dog training, food, vets and services.
Living in Phoenix puts you within driving distance of several major cities that make great day trips, including Las Vegas and Palm Springs, both about four hours away, Flagstaff, less than three hours away, and the iconic Grand Canyon, just over three hours away. When you need a change of scenery and temperature, make the six-hour drive to San Diego for a beach weekend.
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