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swimmers and boaters will enjoy Canyon Lake with its cool clear water and steep canyon walls. Camping and picnicking is ideal here also.
Roosevelt Dam was originally built between 1905 and 1911 and restricts water of Salt River forming Roosevelt Lake. This dam was considered world's largest "cyclopean-masonry" dam, which means it was created in Greco-Roman style, using very large, irregularly shaped blocks. It is covered by concrete today.
There are other stops along trail, such as Tortilla Flat, another old-west style settlement and Apache Lake formed by Horse Mesa Dam. And we must not forget Tonto National Monument. This 2 story ruin, known as Sinaqua Indian Cliff looks down on Lake Roosevelt and is a delight to view.
One of better known places to visit is Sedona. Beyond beauty of this land, you are apt to feel beauty of people. This city is known for its artistry as many artisans have moved their home here. Many of Native Americans believe Sedona area is a spiritual one as they believe there is a vortex of energy coming from earth's electromagnetic fields.
Whether you believe there is anything to this belief of a heart being affected by this magnetic field or not, this enchanted area is sure to feed your soul with its atmosphere. whatever time of year, Arizona has something for everyone to enjoy.
Alicia Bankford is excited about Arizona and is the owner of Everything About Arizona