If your trip to Kirkland is all sorted out but your itinerary is a little on the empty side, we can give you a few hints and tips.If you’re eager to go home with some unforgettable travel memories, try your hand at tubing. It’s one of the most popular activities in the area. Once you’re done, plan a visit to Whiskey Row and Prescott Historic Downtown.
With some terrific road trip options available in the surrounding area, having your own car makes sense. Without one, it’d be much harder to explore everything that Prescott, 16 miles away, has to offer. Whiskey Row, Watson Lake and Prescott Historic Downtown alone make the drive out worth it. The locals will also probably point you toward Jerome, 40 miles away. If you only have time for one thing here, let it be Verde Canyon Railroad. (But we’d also highly recommend Historic Old Town Cottonwood and Jerome State Historic Park.)
Rent some wheels and enjoy Kirkland your way. Want to soak up some nearby natural areas? Choose a full-size car. This vehicle is perfect for those craving outdoor adventure. Just want to get comfortably from A to B and traveling lightly? If you aren’t planning on driving very far, a zippy mini is a great option.
You’ll be pleased to hear that there’s a huge variety of both high-end and economy rental vehicles available in Kirkland. What you end up going with depends on your budget and what you’re hoping to do. Specialty vehicles offer unparalleled mod cons and comfort. If you’re splashing out, why not pick an elite SUV, or perhaps a flashy medium-sized vehicle? On the other hand, if you’re just after a car to get from A to B as economically as possible, maybe go for a budget compact vehicle (or something else that won’t blow your budget).
There’s a fair bit more to road-tripping around Kirkland than simply jumping behind the wheel and cranking the engine. Get the lowdown on the most important road rules here:
You’ll need to keep to the right while driving in Kirkland. On top of that, take some extra caution if it’s your first time behind the wheel here. Once you’re used to how the locals drive, relax and enjoy the scenery!
Most of the time, your chosen rental car company will bill the amount detailed on the fine to your credit card, including local surcharges and taxes. Alternatively, they may provide your contact details to local authorities, who’ll then send a fine to your postal address.