Discover the Grandeur of Arizona!

A state renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and vibrant food scene. From the majestic Grand Canyon to the bustling streets of Phoenix, Arizona offers a unique blend of natural beauty and urban excitement. 

Our Kids Eat Free program is here to make your family’s Arizona adventure even more delightful, offering a wide array of dining options where kids eat free. Whether you’re exploring the red rocks of Sedona, the historic trails of Tucson, or the desert vistas in Scottsdale, you’ll find plenty of family-friendly restaurants to enjoy.

Arizona Cities and Towns

  1. Arizona is Home to the Grand Canyon
    One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon is a massive, colorful landscape that stretches 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide, and over a mile deep.

  2. Meteor Crater
    Near Winslow, Arizona, there’s a perfectly preserved meteor impact site, known as the Meteor Crater. It’s about 3,900 feet in diameter and 560 feet deep.

  3. London Bridge in Arizona
    The original London Bridge was dismantled in London, transported, and reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, in 1968.

  4. Arizona’s Diverse Climate
    While known for its deserts, Arizona has more mountains than Switzerland and is home to the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the world.

  5. The Four Corners
    Arizona is one of the four states (along with Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico) that meet at a single point known as the Four Corners – the only such place in the United States.

  6. Sunniest State
    Yuma, Arizona, holds the record for being the sunniest place on earth, with over 4,000 hours of sunshine a year.

  7. Saguaro Cactus
    The Saguaro Cactus, native to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, can live for over 150 years and grow as tall as 60 feet.

  8. State Gemstone
    Turquoise is the official gemstone of Arizona. The state is renowned for producing high-quality turquoise with distinctive blue-green colors.

  9. Arizona’s State Flag
    The flag of Arizona features 13 rays of red and gold (representing the 13 original colonies and the Arizona sunsets) above a copper-colored star (representing Arizona’s copper mining industry).

  10. The “Baby State”
    Arizona was the 48th state to join the United States, and it did so on February 14, 1912. It was the last of the contiguous states to be admitted to the Union.

  11. Historic Route 66
    One of the original U.S. highways, Route 66, runs through Arizona. The state contains the longest unbroken stretch of this historic highway.

  12. Biosphere 2
    Located near Tucson, Biosphere 2 was initially created as a science experiment for living in space. It’s now a center for research, outreach, and teaching about Earth and its living systems.

  13. Rich Native American Heritage
    Arizona has a larger percentage of its land designated as Indian lands than any other state, and is home to 22 federally recognized tribes.

  14. Arizona’s Bizarre Laws
    It’s illegal for donkeys to sleep in bathtubs in Arizona, a law that dates back to the mining days!

Business Owners & Managers

Are you an Arizona business owner/operator?
Interested in getting involved with Kids Eat Free?

If you operate a restaurant in Arizona, you can list it for free. However, with a paid subscription you can take advantage of the full suite of marketing features.

If you operate another type of business in Arizona, there are opportunities for you as well. We offer page sponsorships and direct promotions through email and push notifications. 

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