Arizona Route 66 Main Page


Greetings From Vintage Arizona Postcard.

Greetings From Vintage Arizona Postcard. Available at Legends’ General Store.

Arizona’s stretch of Route 66 is one of the most picturesque along the entire route. From volcanoes, to painted deserts, to lush green forests, your journey provides numerous scenic photograph opportunities as well as a wealth of history, great side trips, and a volume of Route 66 era icons.

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.

Enjoy your beautiful journey through the Grand Canyon State.

Hackberry General Store

Hackberry General Store. Photo by Dave Alexander, January 2015. Click for prints, downloads and products.


Painted Desert Inn, Arizona

Painted Desert Inn, Arizona. Photo by Kathy Weiser-Alexander, January 2015. Available for prints, downloads and products.

A Route 66 shield is carved in rock to commemorate where the Mother Road once ran through the the Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona. Photo by Dave Alexander. Click for prints, downloads and products.

Route 66 Postcard Coloring Book, available at Legends’ General Store.

About Route 66 Through Arizona

Westbound on Route 66:

Across the Painted Desert




Querino Canyon Bridge



Side Trip: Hubbell Trading Post


People of the Painted Desert & Petrified Forest

Petrified Forest National Park

The Curse of the Petrified Forest

Painted Desert & Petrified Forest Photo Gallery

Holbrook – Too Tough For Women or Churches

History & Haunting of the Navajo County Courthouse

Joseph City & the Jackrabbit Trading Post

Winslow – Frozen In Time

Meteor City & Meteor Crater

Two Guns – Death By Highway

Canyon Diablo – Meaner Than Tombstone

Twin Arrows to Winona

Flagstaff – City of Seven Wonders

Ghosts of the Hotel Weatherford

Haunted Monte Vista Hotel

Museum Club’s Unearthly Guests

Bellemont to Deer Park Road on Route 66

Williams – Gateway to the Grand Canyon

Red Garter Bed & Bakery Haunting

Side Trip:  Yaba-Daba-Doo – Bedrock City

Side Trip:  Grand Canyon – One of Seven Wonders

Ash Fork – The Flagstone Capital of the World

Seligman – Where Pride in Pavement is King

Grand Canyon Caverns – Stumbling Into Opportunity

Ghost Towns of Old Arizona Route 66

Peach Springs




Kingman – Gateway to Hoover Dam

Side Trip: Chloride – Ghost Town

Quirky Chloride

Side Trip:  Ghost Towns of the Cerbat Mountain Range

The Path To California From Kingman

Goldroad – Gone …. For Now

Oatman – A Living Ghost Town

Haunted Oatman Hotel

Golden Shores and Topock –  End of the Line

Travel Tips For the Desert

See our Arizona 66 Photo Gallery HERE

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