This manual provides an insight into Road Trips that are within the State of
Arizona. The manual provides the user with starting and ending points,
intermediate stops at attractions of interest, estimated travel time and
mileage, and estimated total time for the trip, which can be from a few hours to
several days in length.
Each road tour is a listing of sites, thus the name RoadSites, with GPS. The first GPS number is the starting location on a major highway and the second is the actual map coordinate of an attraction; the last GPS point is the ending location of the trip, usually onto a major highway.
These are for planning purposes, and one has to understand that road and weather conditions, businesses going in and out of business, seasonal opens and closing, and other unforeseen factors may affect the actual trip and the information provided here, thus you have my disclaimer and you should verify all information, before leaving home.
There is a concise Table of Contents, and an even more concise Index. RV camps, Hospitals, and other pertinent information is also included. Where we know about it, rough roads, very narrow roads that preclude the use of an RV, fees, and licenses are pointed out so that you are aware of the potential problems and cost.
There are mileage charts and suggested places that are 'must' visits.
I included some of the Grand Canyon hiking trails, and show you where to go rafting on the Colorado through the Grand Canyon.
Road crossings and junctions
are listed as are most of the National Parks and Native America Reservations and
Ruin sites. In short, this may be the most inclusive and detailed book on the
roads sites and sights of Arizona.
This e-book provides you, the reader with over 600 sites and sights along the dozens of Federal, State, and local highways that crisscross Arizona in the American Southwest.
Bill McElroy, author and world traveler
Click on the book cover to go to Amazon.com and select this kindle e-book.