Route 66 Arizona


Route 66 in Arizona


(source National Park Service)

Miles: 350 (approx.)

"For centuries, travelers and explorers have been following the 35th parallel through Arizona. From prehistoric trails to Beale’s Wagon  Road, the railroad, the National Old Trails Road, and Route 66, the 35th parallel through Arizona has been a favored route for its mild climate  and relatively level terrain. Passing through numerous tribal  communities and railroad towns, it is also a route of stunning natural  attractions such as the Meteor Crater, Petrified Forest, painted  deserts, pine forests, and the Grand Canyon. Curio shops and exotic  animal farms once flourished along the corridor during the Route 66  years.


After the last segment of Route 66 in the nation was bypassed by the  interstate in Williams, Arizona in 1984, a grassroots effort rallied to  form the Arizona Route 66 Association to preserve and commemorate the route. By 1994 Arizona Route 66 was  designated an Arizona Scenic Byway, and by 2009, it became an All American Road.  The Bureau of Land Management also designated the 42-mile section of  Route 66 through their lands between Kingman and Topock as a Backcountry Byway.

The National Park Service Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program has  also worked with more than 20 cost-share grant partners to assist  properties including the Wigwam Motel and Joe and Aggie’s in Holbrook;  the Hualapai Fueling Station in Peach Springs; and the Frontier Motel in  Truxton."  National Park Service

Hot Rods and Classic Cars travel Route 66 Arizona. Many Route 66 events with classic cars.

Hot Rods and Classic Cars travel Route 66 in Arizona

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Route 66—Seligman, AZ Commercial Historic District

  •  Photo of the Canyon Lodge in the heart of the Historic District Seligman, Arizona on Route 66 Arizona

 Seligman was on the original U.S. Route 66 from 1926 through 1978, when Interstate 40 bypassed it a few miles south. Seligman experienced its real heyday after World War II, when returning  veterans and other motorists hit the road and made the Southwest a  popular tourist destination. The Seligman Commercial Historic District is roughly bounded by 1st and  Lamport Streets. and Picacho and Railroad Aves. It was added to National  Register of Historic Places on February 1, 2005, reference #04000511.  The Seligman Commercial Historic District protects the historical  central area's early 20th century commercial buildings along Historic Route 66, a revived popular tourist destination. Historic district contributing properties include the Pitts General  Merchandise Store and the U.S. Post Office from 1903, the Pioneer Hall  and Theatre and the Seligman Garage from 1905, and the Seligman Pool  Hall from 1923.

In 1987 Seligman gained its name "Birthplace of Historic Route  66" due to the efforts of Seligman residents, who convinced the State of  Arizona to dedicate Route 66 a historic highway. Seligman is the first stop heading west on the longest uninterrupted  stretch of historic Route 66, running around 160 miles (260 km) to Topock on the east side of the Colorado River. Pictured are some of the contributing structures in the Seligman  Commercial Historic District and the historic Route 66. Also, pictured  are some of the historical structures outside of the Seligman Commercial  Historic District zone, some of which are individually listed in the  National Register of Historic places.


The Seligman Chamber of Commerce -  Mission: Promote commercial enterprise, strengthen the community, advance education and promote tourism.

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Bull Riding

Grand Canyon Caverns in Peach Springs, Arizona on Route 66.

 The Grand Canyon Caverns is located along Route 66 Arizona. The Grand Canyon Caverns is on Arizona Route 66 and just 30 minutes from Seligman AZ 

Bull Riding

Historic Route 66 Lodging

Bull Riding

Road Runner Cafe in New River, Arizona. Bull riding, live music and BBQ.

 Bull Riding, Live Music, Hot Food, all in one place, along with so much more. Join the fun in New River, Arizona. A short side trip off Route 66 Arizona

Historic Route 66 Lodging

Historic Route 66 Lodging

Historic Route 66 Lodging

Canyon Lodge in Seligman, Arizona in the heart of the Route 66 Historic District.

Located in the heart of Seligman Historic District.  Route 66 theme rooms. Enjoy the view from the balcony lounge that overlooks many historic buildings. canyon Lodge Seligman AZ on Arizona Route 66

Arizona Fun Run

Motorcycles on Route 66

Historic Route 66 Lodging

Arizona Fun Run from Seligman, Arizona to Topock, Arizona on Historic Route 66.

 The Historic Route 66 Fun Run is a 3 day car show May 1-3 2020. Over 800 cars travel from Seligman AZ to Topock. AZ. Classics, customs and unique automobiles. 

Motorcycles on Route 66

Motorcycles on Route 66

Motorcycles on Route 66

Ride, Ride, Ride. Route 66 is made for a motorcylce. Many American and foreign tourists Ride 66

Many groups travel 2,488 miles on Route 66 Arizona. Buddy Stubbs motorcycles is a starting point for many groups in Arizona.

RV Headquarters on 66

Motorcycles on Route 66

Motorcycles on Route 66

Route 66 RV dealership with RV sales,RV repair and RV parts.

A locally owned RV dealership and RV parts and repair shop in  the  mountains of Northern Arizona, located on a piece of old Route 66 Arizona  just  outside of Flagstaff. New, Used. repair and Service 

Holbrook - Small Town Route 66

 “What began as a town too tough for women and churches, is now too good to miss” 

"Native American culture, Hispanic roots and pioneers from all walks of life. In this community is the heart of Navajo County, the gateway to the stunning Petrified Forest National Park and the trip that needs to be taken along Historic Route 66. Rich in diversity and welcoming to all, Holbrook is where your adventure begins." Route 66 Arizona

 Holbrook Chamber of Commerce - Events

Ash Fork and Marshall Trimble

The internationally renowned U.S. Route 66 runs directly through the town. Notably, the longest original, uninterrupted stretch of Route 66 still in existence (approximately 9.6 miles (15.4 km) long) can be found between Ash Fork, Arizona, and Seligman AZ,  beginning just beyond Ash Fork at Crookton Road. The surrounding geographical area and settlements served as inspiration for the 2006 Pixar film Cars. Wikipedia Travel Arizona Route 66 Video narrated by Arizona State Historian Marshal


The largest stretch of uninterrupted  Route 66 that exists today is in Arizona, running 159 miles from Seligman AZ  to Topock, Az.

Standin' On the Corner - Winslow

Paul Marshall (Neanderpaul) and Mark Devine on location for the dedication of the Glenn Frey tribute statue on the Corner in Winslow on Route 66 Arizona. KSLX10.7 FM.  They were also kicking off the "Standin' on the Corner" annual festival in Winslow, Arizona> This is a well known attraction on Arizona Route 66.

Winslow, Arizona Chamber of Commerce - Events

Kingman, Arizona

 Kingman, Arizona is rich with history. Museums and a classic historic downtown blends well with surrounding urban development. Historic Route 66 Arizona

The video captures a typical scene in small town America. "Route 66 Andy Devine Days Parade". Music "Kings of Kingman" by "The Road Crew".

Kingman, Arizona Chamber of Commerce - Events

Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona

 The Historic Route 66  Association of Arizona, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to the  preservation, protection, and promotion of both the surface, and the memories along Arizona’s portion of Route 66. 

Route 66 Real Estate

Commercial Property

Route 66 Seligman, Arizona

Route 66 Seligman, Arizona

property for sale in Seligman, Arizona zoned commercial use.
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