Counties in Arizona that I have Visited

There are 15 counties in Arizona
The Grand Canyon State

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Arizona County Outline Map

Arizona, courtesy of: Mob Rule

I have visited 9 Counties = 60.0% of Counties in Arizona

4 Corners

Four Corners - Summer 1992
Utah, Colorado, New Mexico & Arizona come together at a single point

State Capitol in Phoenix
State Highpoint at Humphreys Peak

Interesting Arizona county trivia

Counties in Arizona

Below are the 15 counties in Arizona. Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it. Those counties that I have visited are in Red. If I have a photograph or other item associated with a county somewhere else on my website, there will also be a link.
  1. Apache: Apprentice Tank; Four Corners; Joe Friday Well; Footloose
  2. Cochise: Bill Williams' Legacy; Fry in Fry; Lead Stravenue
  3. Coconino: Largest county in Arizona (18,617 square miles); Bill Williams' Legacy; Oak Creek Brewery; Supai
  4. Gila
  5. Graham
  6. Greenlee: Smallest county population in Arizona (8,547 people in 2000 Census).
  7. La Paz: Bill Williams' Legacy
  8. Maricopa: Largest county population in Arizona (3,072,149 people in 2000 Census); All Saints Newman Center; Arizona Monsoon; Carefree Sundial; Pueblo Deco; Strip Annexation; The Park You Cannot Visit; Surprise!; Arizona Capitol Museum; Great Scott
  9. Mohave: 100th Meridian Initiative; The Arizona Strip; Carlos Elmer's Joshua View; Lake Mead
  10. Navajo: Time Zone Anomalies; Show Low; Snowflake
  11. Pima: Arizona Stadium; Bill Williams' Legacy; Pueblo Deco; Sasabe Border Crossing; Tucson's Stravenues; Thunder Canyon Brewery; Tuffet Tank; Why; Charles O. Brown House
  12. Pinal: The Park You Cannot Visit
  13. Santa Cruz: Smallest county in Arizona (1,238 square miles); Nogales
  14. Yavapai: Arizona's Wandering Capital
  15. Yuma: Bridge to Nowhere; Paradise Casino; Morelos Dam

Quick facts about Arizona


(1) U.S. Census Bureau FedStats - MapStats: 2000 Land Area; United States.
(2) U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder: 2005 Population Estimates; Table GCT-T1.