The Mother Road
Route 66 in Arizona is dotted with small towns and cheerful communities. From the burros in Oatman to cruisin' the loop in Williams, rural charm is abundant on Arizona's Route 66. With something for everyone, you'll want to stay an extra few days to fit it all in. Arizona is home to the longest remaining unbroken stretched of Route 66, and it's preservation is that of our history, and our future.
"The whole is more than the sum of its parts."
Arizona Route 66 Passport
The Route 66 Passport is your road-map and field guide to Arizona's Route 66 experience! Collect at least 7 stamps from participating locations on your adventure through AZ to be awarded with a certificate by the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona to honor your your dedication and accomplishment.
Visit our pages of each Route 66 Arizona community to learn more about their history, attractions, and more. Be sure to soak up the and people an culture of Rt. 66 while you're gettin' your kicks - that'll be the biggest reward on what's sure to be an amazing trip.
The first Route 66 Fun Run was held in 1988 to celebrate the historic designation given to Route 66 from Seligman to Kingman. As the year's passed, Route 66 enthusiasts continued to gather to celebrate the road and the unique communities that make it so special. Join us for every May for a fun fill, nostalgic weekend on historic Route 66!
Preserving the Past
For 90 years, Arizona's Historic Route 66 has been more than a road. It's inspired writers, filmmakers, photographers, and artists. It's a road that represents family road trips, neon main-streets, classic cars, cowboys, diners, and the ever-changing times. It's wonders invoke awe, from towering red cliffs to wide open spaces with endless blue skies - painted mesas to bustling small towns. The Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona will continue to work tirelessly to preserve, protect, and promote Route 66, ensuring that Mother Road will be enjoyed by generation after generation for years to come.