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The Weather in Goodyear
Check out the climate diagram for Goodyear. During June, maximum temperatures go up to more than 105° However, temperatures can go lower than 42° in Goodyear in December. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is June.
Goodyear vacation homes combine Arizona's crags with suburban living
Your vacation home in Goodyear, Arizona is situated in a leafy suburb of Phoenix, near the Gila River and Sonoran Desert National Forest. Whether you are looking for craggy canyon hikes or superb skiing, this part of the state offers you exquisite vistas and even pioneer and millennia-old Native American history.
Uncover thousands of years of history right here in Arizona
When you want to discover more about the history of the state, look no further than Tuzigoot National Monument and nearby Montezuma Castle, which were inhabited between 100 and 1400 AD. Check out the artifacts at the Visitor's Center before heading over to Sharlot Hall Museum to pore over pioneer memorabilia; from opium pipes to weaponry.
Ancient cliff lodgings
Children and adults alike are awed by the ancient Sinagua cliff dwellings in Walnut Canyon's near vertical cliffs. The canyon is lined with forest and best explored via the Island Trail, which winds for a mile through 25 rooms that are built into this fantastic natural rock formation.
There are more than 200 stairs en-route, but the views from the wheelchair accessible Rim Trail are stupendous too. Meanwhile, Fort Verde State Historic Park is an exciting place to play, especially as it has a history of battles between the British settlers and Native Americans. Learn more about it at the Visitors' Center.
Live the high life in Arizona
Don't miss Sunset Crater Volcano, one of the most mesmerizing sights in the state (and that's saying something). Almost a thousand years ago, a volcano erupted on this spot, but the peak is now dormant and filled with sublime views along its many hiking trails.
If you're feeling ambitious you can scale O'Leary Peak (8965 feet,and an eight mile round trip). If you fancy a more relaxed adventure, Lenox Crater's 7024 foot summit is also stunning.
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