A bachelor party is the ultimate toast to the groom and his closest friends. Of all the places to visit for a bachelor party, Arizona is among the most popular. Here are our top eight recommendations to make the most of your special weekend!
Green Zebra Adventures
Experience the thrill with off-road tours featuring the new Tomcar, which is more than a regular ATV. Green Zebra Adventures lets you drive your own specially made off-road vehicle with an experienced guide leading the way. At every scenic stop, you’ll enjoy interesting commentary on the culture, history and landscape of Phoenix.
Rent a pontoon or ski boat and experience the fun of an Arizona lake. You can also opt for a charter boat with live music and catering on board as well as your very own captain. This floating oasis also offers fantastic dining, fishing and lodging choices, so you’ll never run out of options for your special weekend.
With hundreds of courses in the area, Phoenix is the golfer’s paradise. There aren’t too many courses you can go wrong with, but Whisper Rock Golf Club, Troon North Golf Club, The Estancia Club, The Legacy Golf Club and Silverleaf Club rank among the best.
Old Town Bars and Nightclubs
The best parties in town happen in Old Town Scottsdale. This mini-Vegas has an abundance of nightclubs, bars and pool parties to enjoy. Be sure to check out Bottled Blonde, Hi Fi, Riot House or Casa Amigos for the club scene. For the best pool parties, head over to the W Scottsdale, Hotel Valley Ho or Maya Day and Nightclub.
Forty minutes north of Scottsdale lies the town of Cave Creek, which retains an Old West vibe with its western bars, vintage stores and saloons. Make sure to experience a rodeo while in town!
Something about a vacation in the Arizona desert just makes you feel more relaxed. Embrace your inner peace while nursing your hangover at one of Phoenix’s many spas, where you can choose from a wide variety of treatments that’ll have you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated before the big day.
Arizona is home to a plethora of sports teams and events including the Diamondbacks, Cardinals, Suns and Coyotes, as well as two annual NASCAR races in the winter and fall, the Waste Management Open (the PGA’s most attended event) and the MLB’s Cactus League Spring Training.
A must-do while in the Valley, Phoenix is home to a variety of beautiful hiking spots. You can opt for a challenge with trails such as the Cholla Trail at Camelback Mountain, Tom’s Thumb, Picket Post or Brown’s Peak. For beginners, Big Butte Loop Trail, Circumference Trail, South Mountain and Trail 100 at North Mountain offer easy hikes and scenic views.
Scorpion Bay is Arizona’s premier floating playground, offering everything from daily pontoon and ski boat rentals to slips for harboring your yacht (or dinghy). Come for the fishing or come for the frolicking—either way, incredible mountain views, fantastic dining and world-class marina services await less than an hour out of Phoenix. https://www.scorpionbayaz.com/