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Arizona Interstate #40 Highway Guide

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Welcome to Arizona - ' The Grand Canyon State '
Welcome to Arizona - ' The Grand Canyon State '
City of Flagstaff. North to Page. Junction of Interstate Highway #17. South to Camp Verde, Phoenix. Junction of Interstate #40 business route. Junction of Highway #89A South to Sedona, Cottonwood, Prescott.
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Junction of Interstate Highway #17
South access to Kaibab National Forest Recreational Area. A section of the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the United States is in Kaibab National Forest. Borders 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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Junction of Interstate Highway #17
South access to Kaibab National Forest Recreational Area. Campgrounds include: Cataract Lake - DeMotte - Dogtown Lake - Indian Hollow - Jacob Lake - Kaibab Lake - Ten-X - White Horse Lake. South access to Slide Rock State Park. Smooth sandstone water chutes, deep swimming pools, and picnic area. Red Rock State Park. Facilities: Twin Cypress Picnic Ramada, Wedding Tree, Visitor Center roof top: Noteman Seating Area, Sentinel Seating Area, Cottonwood Picnic Area. Amenities: Ramada, water, electric, tables, grills. The 423-acre Dead Horse Ranch State Park is located along the Verde River, at an elevation of 3,300 feet. The park is surrounded by abundant wildlife. The mild temperatures make it an ideal place for hiking down the Verde River, camping, and mountain biking in the Coconino National Forest. Park Facilities: Campsites with electricity, water, picnic tables, and grills, dump station, tent sites with tables and grills, restroom facilities with hot showers, picnic areas and group sites. Park Facilities: Campsites with electricity, water, picnic tables, and grills, dump station, tent sites with tables and grills, restroom facilities with hot showers, picnic areas and group sites.
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City of Flagstaff
City of Flagstaff
Note: I40 business route is part of the Historic Route #66 Highway. Flagstaff's attractions: The Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona's red rocks, Native American reservations, and a string of breathtaking national monuments are all within a short drive.
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Steves Blvd.

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Beaver Street. Photo is view from highway. Junction of Highway #180. North to Gr
Beaver Street. Photo is view from highway. Junction of Highway #180. North to Grand Canyon National Park. Access to Interstate #40.
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Access to Highway #89A
South to Sedona, Cottonwood, Prescott. Points of interest Include: Jerome - Verde Valley - Slide Rock State Park - Red Rock State Park - Montezuma Castle National Monument - Tuzigoot National Monument - Dead Horse Ranch State Park - Coconino National Forest - Red Rock Country Recreation - Historic Old Town Cottonwood.
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Access to R.V. park campground
South side of highway.
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Access to campground
South side of highway.
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Junction of Interstate Highway #40
Note: I40 business route joins I40 at this point.
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A-1 Mountain Road
Exit #190
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Point of Interest
The Arizona Divide. Elevation 7335 ft.
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Trans Western Road
Exit #185. Access to community of Bellemont. Services, fuel off highway - North side.
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Point of Information
Kaibab National Forest.
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Roadside highway turnout state rest area
All services, toilets, picnic area - North side of highway.
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Roadside highway turnout state rest area
All services, toilets, picnic area - South side of highway.
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Parks Road
Exit #178. Access to R.V. parks and campgrounds. Services, fuel off highway.
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Pittman Valley Road and Deer Farm Road
Exit #171
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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City of Williams -
City of Williams -
Eastern limits. Williams' 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 of modern-day Williams.
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Exit #167
Garland Prairie Road and Circle Pines Road
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Exit #165. Junction of Highway #64 North to Grand Canyon National Park. Junction
Exit #165. Junction of Highway #64 North to Grand Canyon National Park. Junction of Interstate #40 business route. Note: I40 business route is part of the old Historic Route 66 Highway.
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Service at highway (business route #I40)
South side of highway.
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Access to lodging

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City of Williams historic district.
City of Williams historic district.
Located within this same historic area is the historic Grand Canyon Railway & Resort and Williams Depot. The historic district of this once a bawdy frontier town, now offers glimpses into Williams' colorful past.
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Old Route 66
Old Route 66
Route 66 is considered the 'Mother Road' of American highways.
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Williams I40 business route.
Williams I40 business route.
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Williams I40 business route.
Williams I40 business route.
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Grand Canyon Road. Access to Wlliams Chamber of Commerce and National Forest Vis
Grand Canyon Road. Access to Wlliams Chamber of Commerce and National Forest Visitor Information Center - North side of highway. Photo of Williams visitor center. Note: The staff are knowledgable of the area and are very helpful in assisting the traveling public.
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Accss to Whitehorse Lake ski area
South side of highway.
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Access to public washrooms
North side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - North side of highway.
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Junction of Interstatre #40
Note: Interstate 40 business route joins I40 at this point.
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Exit #157 (Devil Dog Road)

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Truck brake check
North side of highway.
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Exit #149 (Monte Carlo Road)

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Exit #148 (County Line Road)

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Point of Information
Yavapai County - Eastern boundary. The County was named after the Yavapai Tribe, whose name means the 'people of the sun.'
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Exit #146
Junction of Highway #89. South to Chimo Valley, Prescott, Wickenburg, community of Ashfork.
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Junction of Interstate #40 business route (The Historic Route 66 Highway). NOTE;
Junction of Interstate #40 business route (The Historic Route 66 Highway). NOTE; Side trip taken via Old Historic 66 Highway.
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Welcome to Ash Fork.
Welcome to Ash Fork.
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Community of Ashfork, elevation 5144 ft, founded 1882.
Community of Ashfork, elevation 5144 ft, founded 1882.
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View from highway
Community of Ash Fork.
Community of Ash Fork.
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View from highway
Community of Ash Fork.
Community of Ash Fork.
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Junction of business route I40 and Interstate #40
Side trip over, back on Interstate 40
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Exit #139 Crookton Road
Access to Historic Route #66. Note: At this point one could follow the Historic Route 66 Highway. North of the highway to communities of Seligman, Yampai, Nelson, Truxton, Valentine, Hackberry, to the city of Kingman.
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Truck weigh station
North side of highway.
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Truck weigh station
South side of highway.
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Exit #123. Access to community of Seligman. Access to business route I40 (the Hi
Exit #123. Access to community of Seligman. Access to business route I40 (the Historic Route 66 Highway).
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Williamson Valley Road

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Welcome to community of Seligman, elevation 5250 ft, founded 1886.
Welcome to community of Seligman, elevation 5250 ft, founded 1886.
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Seligman business area.
Seligman business area.
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Seligman business area.
Seligman business area.
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Junction of Interstate #40
Business route 40 joins I40 at this point.
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Roadside turnout
Paved and gravel, no services. North side of highway.
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Exit #109 (Anvil Rock Road)

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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Markham Wash.
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Exit #103 (Jolly Road)

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Exit #96 (Cross Mountain Road)

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Point of Information
Mohave County - Eastern boundary.
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Exit #91 (Fort Rock Road)

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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Point of Interest. Elevation 5000 ft.
Point of Interest. Elevation 5000 ft.
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Exit #87 (Willows Ranch Road)

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Point of Information
Crossing Willow Creek.
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Point of Interest
Elevation 4000 ft.
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Exit #79
Silver Springs Road.
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Point of Information
Crossing Big Sandy Wash.
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Point of Information
Crossing Peacock Wash.
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Exit #71
Junction of Highway #93. South to community of Wikieup, city of Wickenburg. City of Phoenix. Wickenberg attractions include: Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Nature Conservancy - Hassayampa River, Robson's Arizona Mining World, Vulture Mine, Yarnell Shrine of Saint Joseph, Old 761 Santa Fe Steam Locomotive, Vulture Peak, Massacre Monument.
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Exit #66
Blake Ranch Road. Services off highway, fuel, diesel. Access to R.V. park.
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Exit #59
D.W. Ranch Rod. Junction of County Roadway #259. Access to Hualapai Mountain Park - South of highway. Services off highway, fuel. Granite rock formations among the ponderosa pine and gambel oak offer a truly unique camping experience. Hualapai Mountain Park offers over 70 individual campsites located in three separately designated areas. Picnic tables and grills are available at most sites, but water is limited to only a few sites.
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City of Kingman
City of Kingman
Eastern limits. Attractions in Kingman: Historic Downtown Kingman, Bonelli House, Camp Beale Loop Trail, Fort Beale Springs Loop, Locomotive Park, Powerhouse Visitors Center, White Cliffs Wagon Trail Path.
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Point of Information
Crossing Rattlesnake Wash.
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Junction of Highway #68
North to communities of Hackberry, Valentine, Truxton. Note: Highway #68 is the Old Historical Route 66 Highway.
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Exit #53. Andy Devine Highway. Access to Peach Springs. Access to Kingman Airpor
Exit #53. Andy Devine Highway. Access to Peach Springs. Access to Kingman Airport.
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Exit #51
Stockton Road
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View from highway.
View from highway.
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Exit #48
Beale Street. Junction of Highway #93. Note: overlap of Highway #93 leaves Interstate 40 at this point. North to cities of Henderson and Las Vegas. Junction of Highway #68. West to Bullhead City and Laughlin. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - Se

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