Spring break is on the way and you want to make sure this vacation is unforgettable. You’re ready to get away and leave the daily grind behind for a few days. What better destination than Phoenix. With vacation rentals that are ripe for the picking, you can book your stay and get ready to experience Phoenix spring break to the fullest.

Spend a Day at the Desert Botanical Garden

Drop by the Papago Park and pay a visit to the Desert Botanical Garden where you can view over 20,000 desert plants gathered in one place in all their glory. You’ll see plants that are native to Arizona as well as beautiful cacti from South America, Baja California, and Australia. Find out why this is one of Phoenix’s Points of Pride.

Take a Hike Up Camelback Mountain

If you want to experience nature and fresh air on your Phoenix spring break, leave vacation rentals behind and get your feet moving up Camelback Mountain. You’ll find this major landmark in the Camelback Mountain Echo Canyon Recreation Area. Enjoy rock climbing if you’re up for more extreme activities or stick with a hike on the Echo Canyon Trail or the Cholla Trail. Plan on taking an hour and a half to three hours up and back.

Add a Little Culture to Your Visit

Explore the masterpieces of creative expression in the Phoenix Art Museum with an eclectic blend that includes the American West, the European Renaissance, the Baroque, and the Far East. You’ll be able to see pieces that have been gathered from around the world, conveniently displayed in one place to take your breath away.

Get Lost in the Music at the Symphony

If you are a music lover, don’t miss out on the latest at the Symphony. Programs include classical music, the pops, family music, and chamber music. Find out what’s on the schedule when spring break is in full swing.

Soak Up Papago Park

When you visit the 1,200 acres at Papago Park, you can golf for the day, fish, take a walk on the nature trails, or hop on a bike. Stop off at the zoo when you want to get wild.

Don’t Forget the North Mountain Preserve and Shaw Butte

When you want to see the local fauna and glory in the flora, the North Mountain Preserve and Shaw Butte are a favorite destination. You can hike the trails. North Mountain is the tallest mountain in the preserve. See the saguaro cactus for yourself, plan a picnic, and be sure to bring your camera. The beauty surrounding you is going to help you to make memories that will last a lifetime long after your Phoenix spring break is over. As you return to one of the vacation rentals of choice at the close of each day, you will not be able to wait to start your next day to see what else Phoenix has to offer.