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This is your site for finding touring information on over 2,000 tourist locations in the greater southwestern corner of the United States of America; the site provides GPS coordinates to Native American Ruins, Our History, outdoor sports locations, national and local parks, and places of interest for those from 3 to 103.. Take the time to click through the menus, you will be pleasantly surprised and want to tell your friends about this great travel and history resource..  Spread the word, your friends will be glad you did.

 


Tour guides for all 50 states and U.S.A. territories

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Tour Guides of all 50 States and our 7 Territories.

(Click on Picture for more on these popular tourist sites)

 

Tip on using SeniorCitizenLocalWeb for finding information

☼→  To find say, 'Cochise Stronghold' on the website, type 'SeniorCitizenLocalWeb Cochise Stronghold' into your search engine box. {MSN®, Google®, Yahoo®, Bing®, etc.}

This works for almost any place or name that is on the website, and there are over 10,000 individual places and people's names from southwest history embedded in the site's content, and all are searchable.


 

Arizona Tours Main Menu

☼→ Arizona Tours Main Menu

Arizona Tours and Tourism Main Menu, includes Benson, Willcox, Tucson, Douglas, Sierra Vista, and Tombstone.

 

Art Museums in Southwestern America

☼→ Art Museums in Southwestern America

This page includes many of the more popular art museums that are open to the public in the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Southern California, and Utah.

 

California Tours Main Menu

☼→ California Tours Main Menu

Barstow, Death Valley, Bay Area, and National Parks on display

 

Colorado Tours Main Menu

☼→ Colorado Tours Main Menu

Colorado tour main menu - Parks, forest, native ruins, hunting, and more

 

Native America Tours Main Menu

☼→  Native America Tours Main Menu

Explore America's Southwest and its long history of occupation by Native American Tribal People

 

New Mexico Tours Main Menu

☼→  New Mexico Tours Main Menu

New Mexico tours and tourism Main Menu screen, includes White Sands, Santa Fe, Roswell, and much more

 

Nevada Tours Main Menu

☼→  Nevada Tours Main Menu

Nevada is more than just Las Vegas, come see and explore

 

Religious Based Tours Main Menu

☼→  Religious Based Tours Main Menu

Missions, churches, cemeteries, museums, crosses and shrines await your visit.

 

Science Based Tours Main Menu

☼→  Science Based Tours Main Menu

Science, space, biology, atomic, natural, volcanoes, places, museums,

 

Sports Activity Tours Main Menu

☼→  Sports Activity Tours Main Menu

For the outdoorsman or woman, there are ample places to explore

 

Utah Tours Main Menu

☼→  Utah Tours Main Menu

Utah is home to dozens of National Parks and Monuments for your enjoyment

 

Wild West Tours Main Menu

☼→  Wild West Tours Main Menu

See the Wild West in all it glory, and blood and guts.

 


Southwest Attractions & Touring Ideas

 

African-American Museums and Ghost Towns

☼→ African American Museums in the American Southwest

 

Bird Watching walks and tours

☼→ Arizona Bird Observatory   ☼→ Listing of Birds seen in the SE AZ area  ☼→ Madera Canyon   ☼→ Wings Over Willcox

The southwestern states have a large variety of birds that are resident to the area, but most are migratory and can only be seen during migration periods.

 

Cactus of the American Southwest

☼→ Cactus of the American Southwest Main Menu

 

Casinos of the American Southwest

☼→ Casinos   ☼→  Arizona Casinos   ☼ → Colorado Casinos  ☼ → New Mexico Casinos 

The Casinos offer a large variety of games of chance, and each casino is unique in design and layout; the common denominator is that most are on Native American Lands and run by or for the American Indians that live nearby.

 

Caves in the American Southwest

☼→ Caves in the American Southwest

Southwestern states are generally mountainous states, and therefore contain many interesting caves; some private, some for individual exploration, and some have commercially provided tours.

 

Death Valley, California

☼→ Death Valley, California

This is one of the hottest places on earth, and one of the lowest in elevation as parts are below sea level, but there are mountains and deserts, rivers and springs, and a host of things to see and do.

 

Environmental Touring

☼→ Environmental Tours of the Southwest

Here you will find environmental destruction as well as construction of solar, wind, and other sources of power for human's toys.

 

Equestrian Vacations

☼→ Equestrian Vacations

Many of the National Parks (NPS) as well as local and state parks allow horseback riding; you can bring your own or rent a horse, mule, or other pack animal for a fun day's outing.

 

Ghost Town Tours

☼→  Ghost Town Tours and Vacations

No visit to the wild wild west would be complete without going to at least one Ghost Town and feeling the presence of those that lived and died there almost a century ago.

 

Grand Canyon Area

☼→ Grand Canyon   ☼→ Grand Canyon River Rafting  

This is probably the number one tourist location in the U.S.A., and well worth the trip to see it, but there are many more attractions in the area, so do your homework and see it all while here.

 

Mine and Mining Tours

☼→ Mine Tours Main Menu

The old west was known for its Gold and Silver mines, but there are also Lithium, Uranium, and Copper mines to explore; put at least one mine tour on your bucket list.

 

Movies and Movie Set Tours

☼→ Movie sets and museums in the southwest

Not all movies were or are filmed in Hollywood or in Canada, many are filmed on sets that sit in the desert near places like Benson, Arizona; most will at times offer tours for a nominal fee.

 

Museum Tours

☼→  Southwestern Museum Tours

If it exist, there probably is a museum highlighting it, and the southwest has a museum for just about everything you can imagine.

 

National Forest of the Southwest

☼→  Arizona's National Forest   ☼ → Colorado National Forest    ☼ → New Mexico National Forest    ☼ → Utah National Forest  ☼→ National Forest of the Southwest

The national forest are one of America's treasures, each is different, and each presents the visitor with a peak into the past, present, and future.  Additionally, many of the NF (National Forest) offer sportsmen hunting, fishing, boating, hiking, camping, etc.

 

National Monuments of the Southwest

☼→ National Monuments of the Southwest  

There are literally hundreds of National Monuments (NM) throughout the American Southwest; some are just a monument, some are only a building, and many are an entire area; all welcome the visitor that seeks exploration.

 

National Parks of the Southwest

☼→ Arches National Park   ☼→ Bryce Canyon   ☼→ Canyonlands   ☼→ Capital Reef   ☼→ Carlsbad Caverns  ☼→ Death Valley   ☼→Grand Canyon   ☼→ Mesa Verde   ☼→ Saguaro National Park   ☼→ Zion   ☼→ NPS Images  ☼→ NPS Links to...

National Parks are run by the National Park Service (NPS) and the American Southwest has some of the best people running what has to be some of the best parks in the world.

 

Pictures - Photos you may have missed

☼→ Arizona Photos   ☼→ California Photos   ☼→ Colorado Photos  ☼→  Hoover Dam Photos  ☼→ Nevada Photos   ☼→ NPS Images   ☼→ Southwest/Western Menu of sights/sites   ☼→Utah Photos  ☼→ Gift Shop Postcards

We have been there, done that, and here are some of the thousands of photos we have taken, enjoy. 

 

Petroglyphs and Rock Art

☼→ Petroglyphs and Rock Art

Our Native American predecessors' had a primitive way of communicating; it was by scratching symbols on rocks coated with Desert Varnish.  These communications have survived the centuries; can you decipher the meanings?

 

Railroads for Tourist

☼→ Amtrak / High Speed Rail    ☼→ Southwestern Tourist Railroads   ☼→ U.S.A. Railways   ☼→ Colorado Tourist Railroads

Almost everyone has or will enjoy a train ride, so there are many on old steam engine trains that once were a major transportation of the old west.

 

Road Trips/Tours of the American Southwest

☼→ Menu or Road Trips/Tours of the American Southwest...

Road Trips are within the States of Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah and provide 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.  Road tours are ideal for RV'ers, Motorcyclists, and travelers that many times pass exciting or interesting sites without realizing that something they would like to see or visit is only minutes away.

 

Sand Dunes of the American Southwest

☼→ Sand Dunes of the American Southwest

The off-road people are always looking for a new adventure, and the southwest has it; there are massive sand dunes that beckon you and your dune buggy.

 

State Parks of Interest

☼→ State Parks of Interest  ☼→ Official State Tourist Bureaus

Many visitors to the American Southwest visit the National Parks and shun the State and Local parks, which is a shame as many of the State and local parks contain bits of history and sights seen nowhere else.

 

Sunsets

☼→  Sunsets - the Ocean above and its palette of color

Since you can see for up to 100 miles, you will be treated to magnificent sun rises and sun sets many times of the year; the reds, oranges, pinks, greens, gray and blues of a southwest sky will be indelibly edged into your memory.

 

Waterfalls - Have you seen each?

☼→ Waterfalls - Have you seen each?

Yep, the Southwest is a desert with water and waterfalls..

 

Where to Joe locations.

☼→ Arizona     ☼→New Mexico    ☼→Nevada    ☼→California   ☼→Menu

Here are some menus that may show you what you are missing.


Southwestern U.S.A. Tour Guides

☼→ Listing of tour guides for the Four Corners area   ☼→ Arizona's Tour Guides  ☼→  California (Death Valley) Tour Guides  ☼→ Colorado Tour Guides  ☼→  Nevada's Tour Guides   ☼→ New Mexico Tour Guides ☼→ Paid Advertising Tour Guides   ☼→ Tucson, Arizona Tour Guides   ☼→ Tour guides advertising here  ☼→ ShowURStuff©


Motel Chains in the U.S.A.

☼→  Long Term Motel Stays   ☼→ Motel Headquarters Listing   ☼→ Speak out, Parking Areas  ☼→ Speak out, Motels & Hotels  ☼→ Motels advertising here


Important GPS Map & Direction Information

☼→ GPS Map & Direction Information - Please Read..  ☼→ Fueling is needed


Important Touring Information

☼→ Foreigners Visiting the USA  ☼→ Southwest Touring Information  


Important Medical Information while Touring the Southwestern states

☼→ Albuquerque, New Mexico     ☼→ Breathing at high altitudes   ☼→ Elevated Heights and you   ☼→ First Aid   ☼→ Handicapped concerns   ☼→ List of Hospitals in Tour Areas  ☼→ Speak Out, Medical Facilities  ☼→ VA Hospitals  ☼→ Wheelchair access ☼→ Medical Facility Advertising


Weather Information for selected cities that invite Tourism

☼→ Best time to go   ☼→ Sun & Heat   ☼→ Tourist Safety   ☼→ Weather Cautions   ☼→ Wearing apparel   ☼→ Weather conditions     


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