Arizona Route 66 Destinations - Historic and Modern

In 1926, some 400 miles of Route 66 passed through Arizona, but very little of it was paved. That changed in 1933, and it was finally completed in 1938.

The longest continuous stretch of Historic Route 66, also called the "Mother Road," remaining in the USA crosses Mohave County for 158 miles. Arizona's stretch of Route 66 is a great adventure. 

Vast, magnificent and beautiful, The Grand Canyon in Arizona is a natural wonder that you simply have to see to believe. The Grand Canyon will take your breath away. Stretching 277 miles from end to end, steep, rocky walls descend more than a mile to the canyon’s floor, where the wild Colorado River traces a swift course southwest. Over 50% of the Grand Canyon is in Mohave County Arizona.
  Querino Canyon Bridge
  Petrified Forest National Park
  Painted Desert Inn
  Stewart`s Petrified Wood Shop
  Wigwam Village Motel #6
  Navajo County Museum
Joseph City
  Jackrabbit Trading Post
  In 1881, Winslow became a railroad terminal and the town quickly growed. The town was named for General Edward F. Winslow, President of the railroad. Many years later the songs The “Standin’ on the Corner” Park Eagles tune “Take It Easy,” which begins, “Standin’ on a corner in Winslow, Arizona,” were written in Winslow.
  La Posada Historic District - A Harvey House
  Homolovi State Park
  Standing On The Corner Park
Meteor City
  The crater was formed approximately 50,000 years ago when an iron mass, weighing over 60,000 tons entered the Earth's atmosphere, resulting in the formation which is about 4,000 feet wide and 570 feet deep.
  Meteor Crater, Meteor City
Two Guns
  Two Guns History
Twin Arrows
  Twin Arrows History
  Twin Arrows Casino Resort
  Walnut Canyon Bridge
  Walnut Canyon National Park
  Monte Vista Hotel - Built in 1926
  Railroad Addition Historic District and Boundary Increase
  Grand Canyon International Hostel
  Lowell Observatory
  The Museum Club AKA The Zoo
  Museum of Northern Arizona
  The Arboretum at Flagstaff
  Arizona State University
  Williams was the last Route 66 town to be bypassed by I-40
  Photos of Williams
  Grand Canyon Railway
  Rod’s Steak House
  The Grand Motel - Oldest Hotel in Arizona
  Cruiser’s Diner
  Big Toy Playground - You can operate construction equipment
  BearArizona Wild Life Park
  Wild West Junction
  Route 66 Zipline... A High Flying Family Adventure!
  Williams to the Grand Canyon - An Arizona Highway Guide
Ash Fork
  Ashfork Route 66 Museum
  Historic Seligman Sundries
  Seligman Historic District
  Delgadillo's Snow Cap Drive-In
  Seligman Information
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