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Arizona State #64 Highway Guide

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City of Williams
Junction of Interstate #40. Note: City of Williams Interstate 40 business route is part of the Old Historic Route 66 Highway. William's name comes from the famous trapper and 'mountain man', Bill Williams. Remnants of those early days are still visible in the buildings, streets, and neighborhoods.
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Business route
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Route 66
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Williams business area I40.
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Access to Kaibab Lake
Access to campground - West side of highway. Camping: 70 campsites with fire rings and picnic tables, pit toilets, garbage bins, a free dump station and water available at the campground. The lake is stocked with rainbow trout as well as brown and brook trout. Channel cats are occasionally stocked too.
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View from highway
Driving North.
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Pronghorn Ranch Road
West side of highway.
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Point of Information
Kaibob National Forest - Northern boundary. The Kaibab National Forest is part of the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the United States. Bordering both the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon. Campgrounds include: Cataract Lake - - DeMotte - Dogtown Lake - Indian Hollow - Jacob Lake - Kaibab Lake - Ten-X - White Horse Lake.
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Access to R.V. park
West side of highway.
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Spring Valley Road
East side of highway.
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Hoctor Road
East side of highway.
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Community of Red Lake
Services at highway, fuel - East side of hwy.
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View from highway
Driving North.
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Point of Interest
For highway information at this point tune radio to 92.1 FM.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - East side of hwy.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of hwy.
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View from highway
Driving north.
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Community of Valle
Aviation Planes of Fame Museum. The Air Museum displays aircraft spanning the history of manned flight - West side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #180
South to city of Flagstaff. South to Kaibab National Forest. Services at highway, fuel.
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Access to R.V. park, campground
West side of highway.
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Woodland Ranch Road
East side of hwy.
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Junction of National Forest Road #320
East side of highway.
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Kaibab National Forest
South boundary.
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View from highway.
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Junction of National Forest Roadway #305
East side of highway.
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Junction of National Forest Roadway #347
West side of highway.
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Junction of National Forest Roadway 3306
West side of highway.
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Junction of National Forest Roadway
East side of hwy.
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Access to Grand Canyon National Park Airport
West side of highway.
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Welcome to Tusayan. Community of Tusayan. Services at highway, fuel.
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Junction of National Forest Roadway #302
East side of highway.
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Access to R.V. park campground
East side of highway.
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Grand Canyon National Park
Southern boundary. It is important to plan in advance regarding backcountry permits, mule trips, lodging, or camping when going to the Grand Canyon, as it is frequently visited almost all year. Camping is permitted only in designated campsites while in the Grand Canyon National Park.
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Entrance to park-toll booth gate
Note: Park entrance fees February 2005 is $20.00 per vehicle.
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View from highway
Mule Deer Doe crossing highway.
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Exit to Highway #64
East to Desert View Canyon. West to Grand Canyon Village and Grand Canyon National Forest Mather Campground. Mather Campground: Open year-round. Operated by the National Park Service and located in Grand Canyon Village, this campground offers tent and RV camping (no hook-ups, 30 foot trailer or RV maximum). Trailer Village: Adjacent to Mather Campground, Trailer Village offers RV sites with hook-ups. Note: Side trip taken to Mather Point and Yavapai Point.
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View from scenic point at Mather Point Grand Canyon National Park.
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Looking at the Grand Canyon.
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Looking at the Grand Canyon.
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Looking at the Grand Canyon.
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View from Yavapai Point scenic lookout area
Yavapai Observation Station at Yavapai Point offers panoramic views of the canyon, including the Colorado River and Phantom Ranch.
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View from Yavapai scenic lookout area.
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Roadside turnout with scenice view point. North side of highway. Photo is view from roadside turnout looking North at the Grand Canyon.
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Yaki Point
Roadside turnout with scenic view area.
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Access to picnic area
South side of hwy.
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View from highway
Looking East on Desert View Drive.
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View from highway
Looking East on Desert View Drive.
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Roadside turnout with view area - North side of hwy. Photo from view area.
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View from roadside turnout view area.
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Roadside turnout with scenic view area
North side of highway.
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Grand Canyon National Forest picnic area
North side of highway.
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Roadside turnout with scenic view area
North of highway.
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Grandview Point
Roadside turnout with scenic view point observation area - North of highway.
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Access to National Forest Hiking Trail (Arizona Trail)
South side of highway with parking area.
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Buggein National Forest picnic area
North side of highway, pit toilets.
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View from highway
Driving East.
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Moran Point
Roadside turnout with scenic view observation point - North of highway.
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View from Moran Point scenic view.
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View from Grand Canyon National Park area.
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View from Grand Canyon National Park area.
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Access to Tusayan Ruin & Museum
South side of hwy. Tusayan Museum will provide a glimpse of Pueblo Indian life at Grand Canyon some 800 years ago, admission is free.
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Roadside turnout with view point - North side of highway. Photo is view from turnout view area - Grand Canyon National Park.
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Lipton Point scenic view observation point
North of highway.
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Navajo Point scenic view observation area - North of highway. View from observation area.
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View from Navajo Point Scenic view area Grand Canyon National Park.
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Desert view scenic observation view area
Access to campground, no hook-ups, services, fuel. Note: Closed during winter months.
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View from desert view scenic observation area.
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View from desert view scenic observation area.
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View from desert view scenic observation area.
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View from desert view scenic observation area.
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Entrance gate under construction Feb 2004

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Grand Canyon National Park
Southern boundary.
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Kaibab National Forest
Northern boundary. Note: Highway #64 at this point is called The Bushmaster Memorial Highway. The Kaibab National Forest is part of the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the United States. Bordering both the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon, the 1.6 million acres of the Kaibab has the distinction of being divided by one of Nature's greatest attractions.
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View from highway.
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View from highway.
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Kaibab National Forest
Eastern boundary.
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Roadside turnout with access to local indian jewelry and crafts
North side of highway.
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View from highway.
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Roadside turnout with access to local indian jewelry and crafts
North side of highway.
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Roadside turnout with view area
Gravel, no services - North side of highway.
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View from highway.
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Roadside turnout with access to local indian jewelry and crafts
North side of highway.
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Roadside turnout with view point of Little Colorado Gorge
Access to local indian jewelry and crafts - East side of highway.
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Roadside turnout with access to local indian jewelry and crafts
East side of highway.
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View from highway.
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Junction of Highway #89.
South to city of Flagstaff. Note: The highway at this point West is called The Bushmaster Memorial Highway. South access to Wupatki National Monument. Less than 800 years ago, it was the tallest, largest, and perhaps the richest and most influential pueblo around. Available Facilities: Picnic area and restrooms are available.
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Junction of Highway #89.
North access to the city of Page and Tuba City. Page is a small town in northern Arizona located on the southern shores of magnificent Lake Powell. North access to Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, on the Colorado Plateau, north of Arizona. Encompasses the Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness. The Kaibab National Forest borders the monument to the west, and to the east, it is bounded by the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - Se