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Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix: East Valley Edition

Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix: East Valley Edition. We’re excited to launch a mini-series of posts covering kid-friendly hikes to enjoy – and a different area each week. (Part posts in this series can be found under hikes in the City of Phoenix, Scottsdale, and West Valley.)

Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix: Scottsdale Edition

Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix: Scottsdale Edition. We’re excited to launch a mini-series of posts covering kid-friendly hikes to enjoy – and a different area each week. This post has all the best hikes in Scottsdale PLUS Cave Creek, Carefree, and Fountain Hills. Hiking is a great way to soak up this beautiful winter weather, explore the desert, and get exercise as a family!

Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix: City of Phoenix Edition

Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix: City of Phoenix Edition. We’re excited to launch a mini-series of posts covering kid-friendly hikes to enjoy – and a different area each week. This post has all the best hikes in the City of Phoenix area. Check it out!

Beyond Hikes and Parks: 10 Outdoor Activities for Kids in Phoenix

Park visits and hiking are IN right now – but what other outdoor activities are there for the kiddos? Here’s a list of our top 10 favorites! There are u-pick farms, opportunities to learn about local history, an outdoor museum, watching airplanes, and more!

Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix: West Valley Edition

Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix: West Valley Edition. We’re excited to launch a mini-series of posts covering kid friendly hikes to enjoy – and a different area each week. (Upcoming in the series: City of Phoenix, Scottsdale, and East Valley.) Bookmark this post for reference and share with your West Valley friends!

Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix

Best Hikes for Kids in Phoenix. Opt outside this winter break and explore some Phoenix hikes with the kids! Our list of favorites are below.

10 Easy Hikes in Flagstaff With Kids

Flagstaff is packed full of great hikes for kids! We’ve listed a few in other Flagstaff themed blog posts, and recently took another weekend trip north to hike and explore. We found some new favorite trails as well! Read more on each trail and bookmark one to try on your next trip.

An Easy Hike for Kids in Phoenix: Sears Kay Ruins

The Sears Kay Ruins are northeast of Cave Creek, and is a surprisingly easy hike for kids! The one mile round trip trail gains gradual elevation to the summit, where numerous Hohokum people home ruins and restorations can be viewed. The trail then continues back down the hill to the parking lot.

Best Airbnbs for Families in Arizona

It’s no secret that we love exploring Arizona, and we’ve stayed at some of the best Airbnbs for families in Arizona! Most of these places

Catalina State Park With Kids

Catalina State Park is a beautiful place to explore with the family! Arizona State Parks does an excellent job offering kid friendly trails, a small discovery center, and family oriented nature programs to showcase the gorgeous Catalina Mountains.

Scorpion Gulch in Phoenix

Scorpion Gulch in Phoenix is a unique home located in South Mountain Park, and is a must-stop if you are in the area. Scorpion Gulch

Apache Tears Trail in Superior

The Apache Tears Trail in Superior might win the award for most unique hike! Where else can you hike just under a mile, and then mine beautiful black rocks out of cave walls? The kids 100% loved this adventure hike, and there was a creek to play in as well!

Fall Break in Phoenix With Kids

Fall Break in Phoenix With Kids. Fall Break is here, and if you need ideas, we’ve got you covered! More details about these options can be found using the links below.

Arizona Resorts for Families

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6 Things To Do at the Grand Canyon With Kids

6 Things To Do at the Grand Canyon With Kids. We’ve been visiting the Grand Canyon with kids for years now! Our first visit was when our now 10 year old was almost 1, and already walking. Nearly every year we’ve trekked up north with visiting family or friends to one of the world’s most popular wonder of the world. 

Hiking Water Wheel Falls near Payson with Kids

Water Wheel Falls near Payson, AZ has been on our list for awhile. It did not disappoint! This 1.6 mile out and back trail follows a creek, to an amazing swimming hole with a gorgeous waterfall.

Apache Junction Library

If you have a prince or princess at home, take them to the Apache Junction Library and let them have a blast in the castle!

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Glendale Library Main Branch

We recently checked out the Glendale Library Main Branch and loved it. Did you know they have peacocks that live outside the main branch on 59th Ave & Brown?

Bajada Nature Trail in Scottsdale

The Bajada Nature Trail in Scottsdale is a fantastic easy trail for kids, and gives an up close look at desert life. While we love long hikes, sometimes you just want to stroll and enjoy the scenery, or have an option for out of town guests with littles. One of our favorites is the Bajada Nature Trail!

Tips and Tricks for Hiking in Phoenix With Kids

We love hiking in Phoenix with our kids! Did you know there’s a seasonal waterfall you can enjoy? Streams to play in? Or what about the popular Hole in the Rock? But let’s face it, hiking with kids is never easy. Even a mile trail can seem an eternity for little legs. Nature may call, and hearts may answer – so how do you get the body to follow? We currently have three children, ages 9, 5, and 20 months and have been hiking since our oldest was a few years ago. We are definitely not experts, or 5 milers! We do, however, enjoy a few miles of hiking trails with our kids and here are some tips and tricks we’ve learned over the years.

Go Glamping RV Rentals in Phoenix

The thought of renting an RV and glamping at a lake sounded amazing to me. The thought of towing an RV, setting it up, and getting everything hooked up with kids running around sounded too stressful. That’s when I discovered Go Glamping RV Rentals!

Lou’s At Papago in Phoenix

Lou’s at Papago in Phoenix is an open air restaurant with beautiful views of Papago. It is unique for sure, and kid friendly! The location directly off the golf course makes for fun people watching. We took full advantage of the perfect patio weather to check it out for dinner.

Camelback Mountain

Hiking Camelback Mountain With Kids

It’s been on our bucket list and finally happened: hiking the iconic Camelback Mountain! It was so rewarding. We were sore for a couple days afterwards, but the sense of accomplishment made it worth it.

Deer Valley Petroglyph Preserve in Phoenix

The Deer Valley Petroglyph Preserve in Phoenix offers an easy way to see petroglyphs and learn about the first people in the Phoenix Valley! This is a good place to take visitors without a long hike involved.

RV Glamping in Williams

We had a little getaway to Williams, AZ this week, with a new experience of staying in a RV with Grand Canyon Grand Canyon RV Glamping .

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