Arizona Hotspots & Leisure Trivia: Can You Pass?
Test your knowledge of Arizona hotspots and leisure activities with this short quiz, originally published in Marshall Trimble’s Official Arizona Trivia. Don’t scroll down too quickly. The answers are posted shortly below the questions. When you’re finished, leave a comment with your score.
- What should you not wear to the Pinnacle Peak Patio Restaurant?
- What Tucson resort hotel’s name means “the conqueror” in Spanish?
- What is northeast Arizona’s most famous trading post, now a National Historic Site?
- Where is the monument to camel driver Hi Jolly (Hadji Ali) located?
- Where is Phantom Ranch located?
- What two cactus forests, both national monuments, are located in Pima County?
- What anniversary did Tucson celebrate in 1975?
- Where is Bell Rock?
- Name the crater near Winslow that is almost one mile across.
- Where might one find Fred Flintstone in Arizona?
- Whose name is associated with lodging and restaurants at the Grand Canyon?
- Name the well-known geological and cultural museum at Flagstaff.
- What city has the Rosson House?
- Where is Tlaquepaque? (T-lockay-pockay)?
- What is located on the site of the historic Ingleside Resort golf course?
- Within 50 feet, how high is the world’s highest fountain at Fountain Hills?
- Name one of the two largest sundials in North America.
- Where is the world’s largest rose tree?
- What is the smallest state park in Arizona?
- What famous lost mine is in Z-shaped Sno-ta-hay Canyon?
- Name Arizona’s pioneer luxury resort developed by Dr. A. J. Chandler.
- A necktie
- Tucson’s El Conquistador (Sheraton)
- Hubbell Trading Post
- At the bottom of the Grand Canyon
- Saguaro and Organ Pipe National Monuments
- Bicentennial (200 years)
- Meteor Crater
- Bedrock City, on the road to the Grand Canyon
- Fred Harvey
- Museum of Northern Arizona
- Arizona Country Club
- 560 feet
- Carefree and Sun City’s sundials
- Rose Tree Inn, Tombstone
- Tombstone Court House State Park
- Lost Adam’s Mine
- San Marcos Hotel (1912)