Found along the Arizona Canal, the SRP Arizona Falls is set in the Arcadia neighborhood at 56th and 58th streets and Indian School Road. The falls are a 20-foot drop created by the canal at that spot, and Salt River Project and the Phoenix Arts Commission have turned it into quite the romantic destination thanks to a few features — including three waterfalls, a viewing room, a pedestrian bridge, and 24-hour access. So whether you're walking or biking along the canal path on date night or just driving around with your new sweetheart, the Arizona Falls may be a good place to stop if you're trying to get to first base. Two aqueducts surround the viewing room, making it feel like you're actually inside the waterfall, which most importantly means all the make-out sounds will be drowned out. Just don't go spoiling the mood by spewing factoids like how the plant was originally built in 1902, and it now generates 750 kilowatts of electricity, which is enough to power 150 homes.