Keeping Northern Arizona Tourist Attraction In The Family
Arizona is known for a lot of things — one of them being a big hole in the ground. But the Grand Canyon is not the only big hole in the ground that’s become a tourist destination in northern Arizona.
Meteor Crater near Flagstaff is the site of a meteor strike approximately 50,000 years ago, and the attraction has been a family affair for generations now.
Scott Craven writes about this for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com. He's a feature reporter there, and he joins me.