Arizona Office of Tourism, 1110 W Washington Street #155, Phoenix
AZ 85007; 602-364-3700; 866-275-5816; Fax: 602-364-3701.
(Arizona travel information) and http://www.arizonavacationvalues.com
(for the best deals on accommodations, attractions, golf packages, shopping, and more).
State Amphibian: Arizona tree frog
State Bird: cactus wren
State Butterfly: two-tailed swallowtail
State Colors: blue and gold
State Dish: Navajo taco
State Fish: Apache trout
State Flower: saguaro cactus blossom
State Fossil: petrified wood
State Gemstone: turquoise
State Mammal: ringtail cat
State Marching Song: Arizona March Song
State Mineral: fire agate
State Neckware: bola tie
State Nickname: Grand Canyon State
State Reptile: Arizona ridge-nosed rattlesnake
State Song: Arizona
State Tree: palo verde
Oraibi, Arizona — Founded around 1100 AD, this is the oldest continuously inhabited community in the U.S.
Window Rock, Arizona — Navajo National Capital, Navajo Tourism, P O Box 663, Window Rock AZ 86515; 928-871-6436; Fax:
928-871-7381. Web: http://www.discovernavajo.com.
Tubac, Arizona — The first European settlement in Arizona.
Prescott, Arizona — First capital of the Arizona Territory. The Territory was
organized on February 14, 1863. Prescott also served as the capital from 1877 to 1889.
Tucson, Arizona — Was the capital of Arizona from 1867 to 1877.
Phoenix, Arizona — Arizona State Capitol Museum, 1700 W Washington, Phoenix AZ 85007-2812; 602-542-4675. Present capital.
Arizona; By the Time I Get to Phoenix.
It is illegal to hunt camels in Arizona.