Your guide to Arizona's Mother Road
How does it work?
Visitors have been enjoying the Arizona Route 66 Passport for over 10 years now. The Passport was developed as a fun way to navigate Route 66 in Arizona. Visitors of all ages enjoy collecting stamps at stops along the Mother Road.
In 2011, the Passport received the Governor’s Cooperative Marketing Award. The first Passports were printed using grant funding, and were offered free to visitors. The 4th edition of the Arizona Route 66 Passport was released in 2020. The newest Black Arizona Route 66 Passport was printed without financial assistance from outside sources. To collect money for the next edition, the Association is selling the books for $1.66 each.
Current Stamp Locations