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Al Rojas, Detroit, USA, about 2 months ago

Hey there! I'm from Michigan and will be visiting Phoenix from sept 5th-9th. I have never been to Arizona but I love the outdoors and it looks like a great place to go. If anyone has some tips on where to go hike, fish, just see nature, just anything in general on what to do in Phoenix or the surrounding area please let me know. Or if anyone has any cool trips planned and need some company I'll be more than happy to join. Thanks hope to hear from yall soon.

Scott Siedler , Phoenix, USA, about 2 months ago

Al,

There is so much to see and do in Arizona, it's hard to just pick one place over the other. I would suggest heading to higher elevations since it's blazing hot in Phoenix. If you like camping and hiking, there look up Coconino National Forest which covers some great areas including the red rock country (Sedona), Oak Creek Canyon, and much more. There is also the Tonto National Forest which has a load of lakes and reservoirs. Further north is Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest which has some amazing views from the Mogollon Rim with elevations ranging from 3500 feet to 11500 feet. If you want, I can probably take you to some of the places as long as you don't mind some camping and my dog tagging along.

Scott

Zachary Lockwood , Goodyear, USA, about 2 months ago

Floating down the salt river in an inner tube is always a fun experience!
There are lots of people there and the drinks flow as you bring em'

Kelly Umanah , Phoenix, USA, about 2 months ago

There are 3 lakes close to Phoenix: Lake Pleasant, Saguaro Lake & Canyon Lake. All 3 of them have lake cruises & I think Canyon Lake is the best.

- Sedona, Arizona is a must see and is 1 1/2 hours from Phoenix.

Just like any city there is plenty to do. You won't see it all in 4 days but you'll have and you'll figure it out I'm sure.

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Ronan Hassan, Derry, IRL, about 2 months ago

When is the best time of year to visit Phoenix weather wise ?

Samuel Phillips , Phoenix, USA, about 2 months ago

Winter, now, depending on ur tolerance of heat. July thru sept is the hottest

nystateomind , Phoenix, USA, about 2 months ago

Any time except summer!

Ronan Hassan , Derry, IRL, about 2 months ago

Thanks guys, maybe October would be good - the summer months might be a bit intense heat wise, good to know - thanks.

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Lauren_inBoston, Boston, USA, about 2 months ago

Hi everyone,
I'll be in Phoenix this weekend... looking for salsa venues and salsa dancers to hang out with! Saturday night and/or Sunday night (12th & 13th)
Quien quiere bailar?! :-)

Also have the whole day Sunday to see and do cool things in the warm weather!

Martina Platte , Tempe, USA, about 2 months ago

Sundays at Paragon Dance in Tempe they have lessons for 10$ followed by a Salsa Social with music and Sangria! I will be out of town, but it can be a lot of fun.

Samuel Phillips , Phoenix, USA, about 2 months ago

We're having a party Sat. Night and Sunday as Martina mentioned Paragon or Dave and Busters Tempe.

https://www.facebook.com/events/559094070938597/permalink/563453957169275/

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Edwin_Güiza, Bogota, COL, about 2 months ago

Hi guys,

does anyone know a heated swimming pool near to ASU or Phoenix?

I need to swim because I got an injure in my knees...

Looking forward to your reply.

Edwin

Samuel Phillips , Phoenix, USA, about 2 months ago

Ymca should have an indoor one, not sure of the distance

Leslie Boucher , Phoenix, USA, about 2 months ago

If you live in Phoenix, try Kroc Center. Huge indoor aquatic facility, open to Phoenix residents.

Joshua , Phoenix, USA, 22 days ago

The City of Phoenix runs several pools. Check out www.phoenix.gov/parks/pools/find-a-pool for a full list of the pools within the City of Phoenix. Tempe has 3 public pools, check out www.tempe.gov/city-hall/community-services/community-recreation-centers/pools-splash-pads for more information. Hope that helps!