|Arizona/New Mexico State Line
||Arizona / New Mexico State Line, This is where the Old Historic Route #66 starts enters Arizona from New Mexico, on the present day Interstate Highway #40, which eventually crosses into California at Topock, Arizona, a small community in Mohave County, Arizona, on the Western border of Arizona with California.
||At the trading post at Lupton, Arizona, Historic Route #66 takes a right turn and runs on the Frontage Road of I-40, Community of Lupton, Arizona,
|N Frontage Road/N Dirt Road
||N Frontage Road, N Dirt Road, Houck, New Mexico, a community in Apache County, Arizona,
|Junction U.S.Route #191
||Junction United States Route #191, Apache County Road 7080, Sanders, Arizona, a community in Apache County, Arizona, located along the Historic Route #66,
||Junction United States Highway #191, Historic Route #66 leaves U.S.Route 191, which diverts from the Interstate Highway #40, and turns left to rejoin the course of the Interstate Highway #40.
|Exit 311 : Petrified Forest National Park
||Exit 311, Road to, Petrified Forest & Painted Desert Visitor Center, Petrified Forest National Park, located along Interstate Highway #40 / Old Historic Route #66, features one of the world's largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood. The park consists of two large areas connected by a north-south corridor. The northern area encompasses part of the Painted Desert. The southern area includes colorful terrain and several concentrations of petrified wood. The Painted Desert Community Complex, the administrative center of Petrified Forest National Park.
||Exit 303, Washboard Road, Sun Country Road, Adamana, Arizona, a ghost town in Apache County in Arizona. Black Curve, Depot Tank, Painted Hills,
|Goodwater Road: Goodwater, AZ
||Goodwater Road, Driftwood Road, Community of Goodwater, Arizona,
|Exit 294: Sun Valley, AZ
||Exit 294, Community of Sun Valley, Arizona, located along Interstate Highway 340, in the Arizona Desert.
|Exit 292: State Hwy 77
||Exit 292, State Highway #77, Navajo Route 6,
||Historic Route #66 continue straight on Navajo Boulevard, to Holbrook, Arizona,
|Airport Road: Airport
||Airport Road, Holbrook Municipal Airport, a public airport located in Holbrook, Arizona,
||Holbrook, Arizona, a city in Navajo County, Arizona, Northland Pioneer College, The Wigwam Motels, also known as the 'Wigwam Villages', are distinctive landmarks, located on historic U.S. Route #66. Junction United States Route 3180/State Highway #77, Agate House, a partially-reconstructed Puebloan building in Petrified Forest National Park, lie along U.S.Route #180 on the southeast.
|Entrance 285 I-40
||Entrance 285 Interstate Highway #40, Historic Route #66 joins I-40 here. Take a left turn to continue driving Historic Route 66 which runs on present day I-40.
|Exit 280 : Lake
||Exit 280, I-40 Frontage Road, Cholla Lake, a lake located along the Interstate Highway #40, next to Cholla Power Plant, a major coal-fired power plant near Holbrook, Arizona. The coal burned at the plant comes from the McKinley Mine in New Mexico.
|Main Street: Joseph City, AZ
||Take a right turn on to Main Street, Joseph City, Arizona, Historic Route #66 passes through the city.
|Westover Avenue: Joseph City, AZ
||Westover Avenue, Joseph City, Arizona, a community located in Navajo County, Arizona, Jackrabbit Trading Post on Route #66, The Old Fort Historical Monument, Church of Jesus Christ of LDS,
|Connecting with I-40
||Take a left turn to get to I-40 South Frontage Road, and then continue on Historic Route #66 running parallel to I-40 till Exit 269.
|I-40 Frontage Road (North)
||Take a Right Turn on to the I-40 Frontage Road (North), Abandoned filling station on Historic Route #66 located near the Jack Rabbit Trading Post.
|Junction State Hwy #87
||Junction State Highway #87, The Homolovi Ruins State Park, a preservation of over 300 Ancestral Puebloan archaeological sites. The Homolovi Ruins State Park, features historical exhibits, interpretive programs, bird-watching, and hiking. An year-round campground, restrooms with showers and an RV dump station located nearby. Take a left turn and then a right turn to continue driving on Historic Route #66 to Winslow, Arizona.
|State Hwy #87/99: Winslow, AZ
||State Highway #87/99, E 3rd Street, Winslow City Park, Winslow Memorial Hospital, Little Colorado Medical Center, North Park Plaza Shopping Center, Community of Bushman Acres, Arizona, Whipple Memorial Park, Winslow, Arizona, a city in Navajo County, Arizona, Old Historic Route #66 passes through the city. Airport Road, to Winslow-Lindbergh Regional Airport, a general aviation airport located west of Winslow, Arizona,
|I-40 Frontage Road
||I-40 Frontage Road, Take a right turn to cross the I-40 on to the northern Frontage Road. W 3rd Road / W Winslow Industrial Spur, to, Winslow West, Arizona, a community in Coconino and Navajo counties in Arizona, lies just west of the city of Winslow, Arizona. Community of Lechee, Arizona,
|Junction State Hwy #99
||Junction State Highway #99, Community of Leupp Corner, Arizona, lies along the Historic Route #66, Leupp, Arizona, a community in Coconino County, Arizona, located several miles northwest of here.
|Meteor Crater Rest Area
||Meteor Crater Rest Area, a rest area located on Interstate Highway #40/ along Historic Route #66, in the Arizona Desert,
|Exit 233: Rimmy Jimms, Arizona
||Exit 233, Community of Rimmy Jimms, Arizona. Old Barringer Observatory near Meteor Crater, along the old U.S. Route #66. Meteor Crater Road, Meteor Crater, a meteorite impact crater located east of Flagstaff, Arizona, in the northern Arizona desert. The Canyon Diablo meteorite is a collection of fragments from the asteroid which crashed at Barringer Crater (Meteor Crater), Arizona.
|Exit 230: Two Guns
||Exit 230, Indn Route 6930, Two Guns, an old settlement, now a ghost town, located along the Old Historic Route #66, in the Arizona Desert. Canyon Diablo, Arizona, a ghost town on the Navajo Reservation in Coconino County, Arizona,
|Angel Road: Angell, Arizona
||Angel Road, Forest Service Road 4, Community of Angell, Arizona,
||Winona Site, an archaeological site, located near Sunset Crater, It is a National Historic Landmark.
|Co Road 394 : Winona, AZ
||Take a right turn on to County Road 394, which runs on the Old Historic Route #66, Winona, Arizona, a small community in Coconino County in Arizona, located along U.S. Route #66. Walnut Creek runs through Winona, Arizona,
|Co.Rd 419: Sheba Crater
||County Road 419, Leupp Road, traverses the desert close to Sheba Crater, Merriam Crater, on its way to Leupp, Arizona.
|Junction U.S.Route #89
||Junction U.S.Route #89, San Francisco Peaks, Mount Elden, offer a full grand view on the north and northwest from Community of Doney Park, Arizona located along U.S.Route #89.
|Elden Pueblo, AZ
||Community of Elden Pueblo, Arizona, located along Old Historic U.S.Route #66
|Junction Old Santa Fe Avenue
||Junction Old Santa Fe Avenue, Country Club Drive, Big Fill Lake, Peaceful Valley Memorial Park,
|S 4th Street: The Guidance Center
||S 4th Street, The Guidance Center, Humphrey Lake, a lake located in the Country Club Estates Area, in Flagstaff, Arizona.
||N Humphrey Street, Beaver Street, Flagstaff, Arizona, a city located in Arizona, The Weatherford Hotel, an historic hotel in downtown Flagstaff, Arizona. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Flagstaff Library, Flagstaff Plaza Shopping Center, Flagstaff Medical Center, Thorpe Park, San Francisco Peaks lie on the background. Historic Route #66 turns left on to S Milton Road from I-40 Business Route before turning right on to U.S.Route #89 Alternate Route.
|Riordon Ranch Road/Tormey Drive
|Riordan, AZ: Naval Observatory
||Historic Route #66 Connects with Interstate Highway #40 here at Community of Riordan, Arizona, Naval Observatory Road, The United States Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station, an astronomical observatory, located off I-40 just west of Flagstaff, Arizona.
|Exit 185 : Camp Navajo
||Exit 185, Camp Navajo, Reservoir Number One, Navajo Army Depot, located along Historic Route #66 / Interstate Highway #40.
|Brannigan Park Road
||Take a right turn on to Park Road which runs on Old Historic Route #66, Brannigan Park Road, hall's Place on Route 66,
|Co Road 141: Parks, AZ
||County Road 141 / Spring Valley Road, Parks, Arizona, a community in Coconino County, Arizona, C. Hart Merriam Base Camp Site, The site is a National Historic Landmark. The Merriam Base Camp Site, located north of Parks, Arizona,
|Sherman Forest Road
||Sherman Forest Road, Community of Chalender, Arizona, Duck Lake lies on the north off Historic Route #66.
|Connecting with I-40
||Take a left turn on to join Interstate Highway #40,
|Exit 167: Williams Junction
||Exit 167, Forest Service Road 51A, 146, The Williams Junction (Amtrak station), located southeast of Williams, Arizona. This Station can be accessed only by an Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach shuttle to Williams, Arizona which travels in part on a gravel road to connect with the Grand Canyon Railway.
|Exit 165 / Junction State Hwy #64
||Exit 165, Junction State Highway #64, Valle Airport, located just off Interstate Highway #40, Kaibab Lake, located northeast of Williams, Arizona, DT Tank. Take a left turn on to Grand Canyon Avenue, in Williams, Arizona, on which Historic Route #66 ran.
|Entry 181: I-40
||Take a left turn to join Interstate Highway 340 at the Entry 181, W Country Club Drive, Cataract Lake, Gonzalez Lake, Elephant Rocks Golf Course,
|Exit 157/Devil Dog Road
||Exit 157, Devil Dog Road, McLellan Reservoir / McClelland Lake, a lake located near Williams, Arizona, just off Interstate Highway #40, Community of Sereno, Arizona.
|Exit 151: Tank
||Exit 151, Welch Road, Thirteen Mile Tank, Rods Winter Camp Tank, Rock Tank located off Interstate Highway #40/ Historic Route #66.
|Exit 149: Dam
||Exit 149, Fire Road 27, Monte Carlo Road, Steel Crater, Steel Dam Reservoir, Masonry Number Two Reservoir, The Ashfork Bainbridge Steel Dam, the first large steel dam in the world, The dam is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
|Junction State Highway #89
||Junction State Highway #89, runs into Prescott National Forest on the south. Historic Route #66 takes a right turn and passes through Ash Fork, Arizona, a community in Yavapai County, Arizona,
|Ash Fork, AZ
||Ash Fork, Arizona, a community in Yavapai County, Arizona, DeSoto's Beauty & Barber Shop, Ash Fork Cash & Carry, located along the Route #66 in Ash Fork, Arizona,
|Pine Avenue, Ash Fork, AZ
||Take a left turn on to 8th Street/Pine Avenue, on which the Historic U.S.Route #66 ran, before joining Interstate Highway #40 through Lewis Avenue/Interstate 40 Business Loop.
|Exit 139: Route #66
||Exit 139, take a right turn on to Crookton Road, State Route #66/ Old Historic Route #66,
|Road to Crookton, AZ
||Access Road to, Community of Crookton, Arizona,
||Road to, Community of Crookton, Arizona, located off Historic Route #66,
|Main Street: Seligman, AZ
||Main Streeet, Seligman, Arizona, a community, in Yavapai County, Arizona, Historic Route #66 passes through Seligman, Arizona. Seligman Airport, a public airport located just west of Seigman, Arizona.
|Fort Rock Road
||Fort Rock Road, This road connects and runs along Interstate Highway #40, Along the Historic Route #66, old abandoned vehicles, Old Road Sign Boards are spotted near here.
|Audley Road: Audley, AZ
||Audley Road, Community of Audley, Arizona,
|Grand Canyon Caverns
||Grand Canyon Caverns Inn, a roadside inn located on Historic U.SRoute #66, Grand Canyon Caverns Airport, a public-use airport located east of Peach Springs, Arizona, in Coconino County, Arizona,
|Access Road : Hualapai Airport
||Access Road to, Hualapai Airport, a private-use airport located off Historic Route 66, northeast of Peach Springs, Arizona.
|Hualapai Way: Peach Springs, AZ
||Hualapai Way, Peach Springs, Arizona, a community in Mohave County, Arizona, The community is the administrative headquarters of the Hualapai people, located on the Hualapai Reservation, along Historic Route #66.
|Road to Tank
||Road to, Mud Tank, New Mud Tank, located near the Grand Canyon off Route #66.
||Community of Truxton, Arizona, a community on Historic Route #66,
||Community of Crozier, Arizona, a small community located along the Historic Route #66.
||Community of Valentine, Arizona, a community of located on the Route #66, near the Grand Canyon Area, Keepers of the Wild lies nearby.
||Hackberry Road, County Highway 141, connects with Interstate Highway #40 and United States Highway #93.
||Hackberry, Arizona, an old town located on Route #66, It has an old General Store, Gas Station and many Old Vehicles placed here along the route. Once a thriving town along the Historic Route.
|Buckboard Drive: Valle Vista, AZ
||Buckboard Drive, Community of Valle Vista, Arizona, Valle Vista Golf Course,
||Community of Walapai, Arizona,
|Mohave Airport Drive: Airport
||Mohave Airport Drive, Kingman Airport, a public airport located northeast of Kingman, Arizona, a city in Mohave County, Arizona, Community of Berry, Arizona, located nearby, along the Historic Route #66.
|Palsy Drive: New Kingman-Butler, AZ
||Palsy Drive, Northern Avenue, New Kingman-Butler, Arizona, a community in Mohave County, Arizona,
|Intersection Beverly Avenue/ I-40, U.S. #93
||Intersection Interstate Highway #40/U.S.Route #93, Beverly Avenue, Santa Fe 3759, Kingman Regional Medical Center,
|Harrison Street: Kingman, AZ
||Harrison Street, Kingman, Arizona, a city in Mohave County, Arizona, Lewis Kingman Park, Mohave County Fairgrounds, Kingman Municipal Golf Course,
|4th Street: Kingman, Arizona
|W Andy Devine Avenue
||A left turn on to W Andy Devine Avenue, on which the Historic Route #66 runs, before joining Interstate Highway #40 on the south just outside Kingman, Arizona.
|I-40 Frontage Road
||Historic Route #66 joins Frontage Road Interstate Highway #40, near McConnico, Arizona,
|Road to: McConnico, AZ
||Road to, Community of McConnico, Arizona, located along the Historic Route #66.
|Co Hwy 10
||Take a right turn on to County Highway 10, on which Route Historic Route 66 passes. Community of Oatman, Arizona,
|Shinarump Road/Co Hwy 205
||Shinarump Road / Co Hwy 205, Golden Valley, Arizona, a community in Mohave County, Arizona,
|Quartzite Road: Quartzite, AZ
||Quartzite Road, Community of Quartzite, Arizona, Black Mountains,
||Cool Springs Gas Station, a rest area along the Historic U.S.Route #66 /Oatman Road, View Sitgreaves Pass Butte, Thimble Mountain are on the vicinity from this spot.
||Sitgreaves Pass, a mountain pass, in Arizona, runs off Historic Route #66.
|Silver Creek Road
||Silver Creek Road, County Highway 10, Negrohead Rock, Silver Creek Wash, The Black Mountains, Battleship Mountain,
||Oatman, Arizona, a former mining town in the Black Mountains of Mohave County, Arizona, located on the U.S.Route #66 Highway Mother Road,
|Co Hwy 153/Oatman Road
||Boundary Cone, a small cone shaped summit along the Historic Route #66, in the Arizona Desert.
||Connecting Road, to Polaris Road, Willow Drive, Willow Valley, Arizona, a community in Mohave County, Arizona, Eagle Airpark, located north of Needles, Arizona.
|Junction State Hwy #95
||Junction State Highway #95, Uncle Bill's Roadside Restaurant, located on Historic Route #66, Goose Lake, Five Mile Landing, Arizona, located on the east side of the Topock Marsh along the Colorado River.
|Catfish Paradise, Topock Marsh
||Catfish Paradise, at the southern end of the Topock Marsh along the Colorado River on Topock Bay,
|Road to Beal Lake
||Road to Beal Lake, Willow Lake, located on the Arizona/California border, west of Route #66.
||Topock, Arizona, a small community, a boating town, in Mohave County, Arizona, Historic Route #66 meets Interstate Highway #40,Take a left turn and Turn right at the Exit 1 of the Interstate Highway #40, to drive on Historic Route #66 across the border in to California. Old Trails Arch Bridge, the old Route 66 bridge, located here in Topock, Arizona. This is where the Historic U.S.Route #66, crosses the Colorado River ending its run through Arizona and enters California.
||Arizona/California Border, on the Colorado River, This is where the Historic U.S.Route #66 crosses into California.