Travel Route 66 - America's Highway

Burma Shave on Route 66 "Crookton Road" between Ashfork, Arizona and Seligman, Arizona

History of Main Street America


US Route 66 (Will Rogers Memorial Highway) existed from November 26, 1926 - June 27, 1985.  After it was officially removed from the US Highway System on June 27, 1985 when it was replaced by the Interstate Highway System, various states designated portions of the original road as a National Scenic Byway known as "Historic Route 66".

Route 66 was the 20th century version of the golden road to the Promise Land. It wove hundreds of miles through the Midwest (Illinois, Missouri, Kansas) and across Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona before reaching California and the Pacific Coast.  Those adventurous souls who migrated west looking for employment and a better life were the support system that kept the businesses in the communities along the way thriving and prosperous.  Route 66 well deserves the name "The Mother Road" with its nurturing effect on both the travelers and the business owners who experienced its glory over the years, both then and now.

Route 66 Travel Adventure

Route 66 is Ready to Showcase Its Treasures - Cool Springs, Arizona


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Iconic Landmarks - Jack Rabbit


Enjoy Fun Attractions

Retro Cafes - Lilo's Seligman, Arizona


Enjoy Local Diners

Local Lodging - Canyon Lodge


Home Sweet Home Away From Home

Classic Vehicles - with vintage travel trailer

Route 66 motel and restored Chevy with Rv Trailer.

Many Ways to Travel

Route 66 Experience

An American Experience

From Chicago to Los Angeles. 2,488 miles of Americana. Explore and enjoy the history of Route 66 and "The Mother Road".

Route 66 is more than just a highway.  It is America's Highway.  It is more than just a paved road leading you from one destination to another.  It IS the destination.

The Route 66 experience encompasses everything from becoming mesmerized by the historic buildings that have been meticulously preserved to meeting well-known and loved personalities whose passion for the Mother Road is so contagious that it becomes a memory emblazend in your mind forever.

Old Route 66 in Ashfork, Arizona. Original section of "The Mother Road"

Old Route 66 in Ashfork, Arizona. Original section of "The Mother Road"

Useful Travel Information

Seligman, Arizona a 1955 Chevy, 1946 Invader trailer, large American flag, coffee shop.

Enjoy Local Flavor on "The Road"

 Calendar of Events

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Route 66 Associations

Illinois - Route 66 Association of Illinois

Missouri - Route 66 Association of Missouri

Kansas - Kansas Historic Route 66 Association

Oklahoma - Oklahoma Route 66 Association

Texas - Texas Old Route 66 Association

New Mexico - New Mexico Route 66 Association

Arizona - Route 66 Association of Arizona

California - California Historic Route 66 Association

Australia - Route 66

Brazil - Route 66

Canada - Canadian Route 66 Association

Czech Republic - Czech Route 66 Association

France - Association of France

Germany - Germany 66 Organization

Hungary - Hungarian Route 66 Association

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