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Buzzin Basics

Elevation: 1,248 feet

Population: 180,300 residents

Hottest month : July (105 F degrees average)

Coldest months: January (39 F degrees average)

Buzzin Trivia

Scottsdale is named for Winfield Scott, an Army chaplain who arrived in the area in 1888. His reputation as a colonizer with integrity inspired local promoters to invite him to come to the area. That invitation paid off because while still in the army, he continuously promoted the area. He retired from the army in 1893 and moved to his 160-acre homestead which he had purchased in 1888 for $2.50 per acre under the Desert Land Act.

In 1896, the first schoolhouse was opened and in 1897,... Read more >>

Buzzin Attractions
  • McDowell Mountain Regional Park
  • Camel Back Mountain Park
  • Scottsdale Historical Museum
  • Rawhide
  • Taliesin West
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