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A Quick Peek at the Wonders along Arizona’s Historic Route 66

Pull off the Interstate and be amazed at all there is to see and do along Arizona’s stretch of Historic Route 66. Remember, this is just a peek into our Route 66 communities!!

If you’re traveling West to East, start at the top of the list, and reverse the order if you’re coming from the East. For more in-depth information about what there is to see and do in and around each community, click on the Community section on the Menu Bar. You will also want to stop into the Visitor Center’s along the way for guidance on additional area attractions, and local dining and lodging opportunities.

Old Trails Bridge TopockTopock/Golden Shores (I-40 Exit 1)  – Find out more about Topock & Golden Shores
(Start the longest continuous stretch of Route 66 left in all eight states!)
Mile post 0-5

  • Old Trails Arch Bridge
  • Havasu National Wildlife Refuge
  • Colorado River recreational area

Oatman GunfightOatman  – Find out more about Oatman
Mile post 25

  • Old West gold mining town in the Black Mountains where burros own the streets
  • Daily gunfights

Cool Springs  – Find out more about Cool Springs
Mile post 33

  • Restored 1926 Mobil gas station
  • Roadside attraction/museum
  • Site of the movie, Universal Soldier

ChillinOnBeale-webKingman (I-40 Exit 53)  – Find out more about Kingman
(If you are on Route 66 you don’t get on or off the Interstate)
Mile posts 44-53

  • Heart of longest remaining stretch of Route 66
  • Attractions include: Powerhouse Visitor Center & Route 66 Museum, Bonelli House, Mohave Museum & Army Airfield Museum, and Locomotive Park
  • Historic Downtown walking tour
  • 1,000 miles of hiking, biking, equestrian, and ATV trails
  • Grand Canyon West Skywalk is 72 miles north of Kingman

Valle Vista  – Find out more about Valle Vista
Mile post 71

  • Championship golf course, restaurant, and lounge, pool and park welcomes Route 66 visitors.

Hackberry  – Find out more about Hackberry
Mile post 80

  • Hackberry General Store
  • Hackberry SchoolValentine-Tiger-2

Valentine  – Find out more about Valentine
Mile post 87

  • Valentine Indian School
  • Keepers of the Wild Animal Sanctuary

Truxton  – Find out more about Truxton
Mile post 94

  • Historic Frontier Motel and Café (Currently being restored)Truxton Fronteir Motel

Peach Springs  – Find out more about Peach Springs
Mile post 103

  • Hualapai Indian Reservation/Cultural Center
  • Hualapai Lodge and Restaurant
  • Drive into the Grand Canyon
  • Gateway to Grand Canyon West/Skywalk

GCCaverns Sleeping RoomGrand Canyon Caverns  – Find out more about Grand Canyon Caverns
Mile post 115

  • Tour the natural limestone caverns
  • Spend the night 210’ below ground
  • Night sky viewing
  • Motel, RV Park, gas station, and restaurant

Route 66 history 4Seligman (I-40 Exit 121)  – Find out more about Seligman
Mile post 123

  • Rebirth and heart of Route 66!
  • Iconic Snowcap Drive-In
  • Angel’s Barbershop
  • Walking tour

Crookton Road (I-40 Exit 139)
Mile post 139

  • Start of the longest remaining continuous stretch of Route 66 to CA border (158 miles)
  • Historic train bridge

Ash-Fork-SignAsh Fork (I-40 Exit 144)  – Find out more about Ash Fork
Mile posts 144-146

  • Flagstone Capital of the U.S.
  • Ash Fork Museum & Visitor Center
  • Settler’s Cemetery

Williams (I-40 Exit 163)  – Find out more about Williams
Mile posts 161-165

  • Gateway to the Grand Canyon®
  • Cruise the Loop®
  • Historic Downtown
  • Grand Canyon Railway
  • Bearizona –Drive through wildlife park
  • Elephant Rock’s Golf Course
  • Deer Farm

Flagstaff (I-40 Exit 198)  – Find out more about Flagstaff
Mile posts 191-211

  • Train Station Visitor Center
  • Historic Downtown
  • Lowell Observatory
  • Museum of Northern Arizona & Pioneer Museum
  • Northern Arizona University
  • Arizona Snowbowl & Flagstaff Nordic Adventure Center
  • Riordan Mansion
  • Three National Monuments: Wupatki, Walnut Canyon, and Sunset Crater
  • Extreme Adventure Course

Twin Arrows 1Twin Arrows (I-40 Exit 219)  – Find out more about Twin Arrows
Mile post 219

  • Twin Arrows Trading Post ruins
  • Navajo Nation’s Twin Arrows Casino

Two Guns (not on current map) (I-40 Exit 230)  – Find out more about Two Guns
Mile post 230

  • Two Gun’s tourist attraction ruinsTwo Guns Ruins

Meteor Crater (I-40 Exit 233)  – Find out more about Meteor Crater
Mile post 233

  • Best preserved meteorite impact site (Entrance fee)
  • Meteor Crater Discovery Center
  • RV Park

Winslow shield with carsWinslow (I-40 Exit 252)  – Find out more about Winslow
Mile posts 252-257

  • Historic Hubbell Trading Post & Visitor Center
  • LaPosada Hotel
  • Old Trails Historical Museum
  • “Standing on the Corner” Park
  • Clear Creek Reservoir
  • 9-11 Remembrance Garden

Joseph City (I-40 Exit 277)  – Find out more about Joseph CityJack Rabbit Sign
Mile posts 274-277

  • Old Fort Monument
  • Jack Rabbit Trading Post (I-40 exit 269)
    (Have your picture taken on a giant Jackrabbit!)

Holbrook Wigwam MotelHolbrook (I-40 Exit 286)  – Find out more about Holbrook
Mile posts 285-289

  • Historic Courthouse/Jail Visitor Center
  • Navajo County Museum
  • Wigwam Motel
  • Gateway to the Petrified Forest

Petrified Forest National Park (I-40 Exit 311)  – Find out more about Petrified Forest
Mile post 311Petrified Forest 2

  • Expansive remains of a petrified forest
  • Museum with fossils & artifacts
  • Painted Desert
  • Route 66 Interpretive Stop


Chambers (I-40 Exit 333)
 – Find out more about Chambers
Mile post 333chambers 3

  • Navajo Travel Center comfort stop

Sanders (I-40 Exit 339)  – Find out more about Sanders
Mile post 339

  • Route 66 Dinner

Lupton Trading PostLupton (I-40 Exit 359)  – Find out more about Lupton
Mile post 359

  • Official Arizona Office of Tourism Welcome Center
  • Gateway to the Navajo Nation
  • Red Rock Cliffs