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Arizona United States #89 Highway Guide

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Arizona-Utah State Line
Arizona State Highway 89 enters Arizona from Utah.
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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, AZ
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area consists of 1,254,429 acres, north border is the Capitol Reef National Park and Canyonlands National Park to the north, to the west is Grand Stairaces-Escalante National Monument, and to the south is Grand Canyon National Park. Camping grounds, two small airports, houseboat rentals.
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Lake Powell, AZ
Lake Powell, second largest man-made reservoir in the U.S.
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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, AZ
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area; 1,2 million acres; bordered on the north by the Capitol Reef National Park and Canyonlands National Park, on the west by the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and on the south by the Grand Canyon National Park. Lake Powell (above Glen Canyon) marinas, camping grounds, boat rentals, two small airports. Glen Canyon Dam, second largest dam on the Colorado River.
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Page, AZ
Community of Page, Coconino County, Arizona, near Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. Gateway to the Glen Canyon Recreation Area and Lake Powell. Alt: 4,118 ft. Page Municipal Airport, northeast of Page, public airport mostly used for general aviation.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 98
Junction of Arizona Highway US 89 & Arizona State Highway 98.
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Horseshoe Bend, AZ
A bend in the Colorado River shaped like a horseshoe, also referred to as "King Bend." Access is through a 1.2 kilometer hike from Arizona Highway US 89.
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Bitter Springs, AZ
Community of Bitter Springs, Coconino County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 5,115 ft.
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Reservoirs
Second Rock and Corner Rock Reservoirs off Indian Route 6110.
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Reservoir
Hole Reservoir, Coconino County, Arizona.
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Junction; US Highway 160
Junction of Arizona Highway US 89 and US Highway 160, Navajo Trail begins.
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Junction; US Highway 160
Junction of Arizona Highway US 89 and US Highway 160, Navajo Trail begins; Yuba City Airport off US Highway 160.
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Cameron, AZ
Community of Cameron, Coconino County, Arizona. Restaurants, food stalls, ranger station providing information and issuing Navajo Nation hiking permits. Alt: 4,202 ft.
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Junction: Arizona State HIghway 64
Junction of Arizona Highway US 89 & Arizona State Highway 64, to the Kaibab National Forest, 1.6 million acres, borders the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon, has four wilderness areas (Kanab Creek, Saddle Mountain, Kendrick Mountain, and Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Areas).
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Old US Highway 89
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Gray Mountain, AZ
Community of Gray Mountain, Coconino County, Arizona. Nearby attractions include the Wupatki National Monument, S P Crater volcano.
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Volcano: S P Crater
S P Crater volcano, 25 miles north of Flagstaff, Arizona. Presumed to have erupted 70,000 years ago, its lava flow (which can be seen from the rim of the crater) extends up to 7 kilometers to the north. Local folklore has it that the mountain got its name because it resembled a pot of excrement, hence the name Shit Pot.
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Wupatki National Monument, AZ
Wupatki National Monument, in north-central Arizona, close to Flagstaff, Native American settlement ruins constructed from flat red stones by the ancient Sinagua, Cohonina, and Kayenta Anasazi people. Wupatki Ruin (or Big House) is believed to be the largest and tallest structure during its time. The monument also has ruins presumed to be a ball court. The other main sites are Wukoki and The Citadel.
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Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, AZ
The Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument was created to safeguard Sunset Crater, a cinder cone volcano. There is a one-mile loop trail at the volcano's base which circles the Bonito Lava Flow, and a visitor center close to the park entrance.
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Reservoir
Railroad Tank, Maricopa County, Arizona.
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Junction: Townsend-Winona Road
Junction of Arizona Highway US 89 & Townsend-Winona Rd., to community of Winona, Coconino, County, Arizona, 13 miles east of Flagstaff, Arizona.
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Smoke Rise Park, AZ
Smoke Rise Park, Flagstaff, Arizona, on N Native Avenue; public playground.
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Junction: Country Club Dr.
Junction Arizona Highway US 89 & Country Club Dr., to Coconino Country Club to the south.
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Junction: Historic Route 66
Junction of Arizona State Highway 89 & Historic Route 66/US Highway 180.
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Bushmaster Park, AZ
Bushmaster Park, Flagstaff, Arizona; on N Alta Vista Rd.; playgrounds, picnic tables, basketball/tennis courts, BMX skate park.
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Flagstaff Aquaplex
Flagstaff Aquaplex, community recreation and fitness center, swimming, wall climbing, gym facilities. Tel. (928) 213-2300; Ponderosa Recreation Center on N 1st Street.
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Junction: Evergreen Rd/E Butler Ave.
Junction of Arizona State Highway 89 & Evergreen Rd., which joins E Butler Avenue and intersects US Intersate Highway 40.
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Flagstaff Amtrak Station, AZ
The Flagstaff Amtrak station at 1 East Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona, serves as a visitor center, located in the center of Flagstaff's commercial establishments. Was once the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway station.
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Junction: US Highway 180
Junction of US Highway 89 & US Highway 180. City of Flagstaff, Arizona, located near Mt. Elden, southside of the San Francisco Peaks (Arizona’s highest mountain range). Humphrey’s Peak, the highest point in Arizona, is within the Kachina Peaks Wilderness, located ten miles north of Flagstaff, Arizona. Lowell Observatory and United States Observatory Flagstaff Station, 275 hectares of parks (Buffalo Park, Thorpe Park, Wheeler Park, to name a few), 50 miles of hiking trails. Other attractions include Walnut Canyon National Monument, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, Wupatki National Monument and Barringer Crater. Northern Arizona University is nearby; J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome, multi-purpose stadium which seats 16,230. Historic Weatherford Hotel established in 1987; Orpheum Theater, constructed in 1911, now a venue for concerts. Start/Finish of Free RV Road Map Highway Travel Guide LD10-e