A Fun Way To See It All
The Route 66 Arizona Passport is your guide to the heart of America. Whether you start your adventure from the West, East, or somewhere in the middle, you'll enjoy every minute using your passport as your guide. Discover all there is to do and see, stay and dine in each of the Route 66 communities.
Passports are available at all the locations where stamps are given and at visitor centers across Route 66 in Arizona. A complete list of locations are listed below.
There are 10 unique stamps to collect, 9 destinations and 1 wildcard stop. Collect 7 or more stamps to receive a certificate stating you officially "Got your Kicks on Route 66!".
Passports do not have to be completed in one trip. There is no expiration date. There is so much to see and do across Route 66 Arizona that we encourage you to take your time and come back often.
There is a survey at the back of your Passport. We appreciate you taking a few mintues to fill it out, however it is not required. Your input and information will only be used by the Association for data collection.
The Route 66 Passport Program was created by the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona in conjunction with communities and attractions along Arizona's stretch of Route 66.
Fast Fanny's Place Oatman
Cool Springs Camp
Kingman Visitor Center
Hackberry General Store
Keepers of the Wild
Hualapai Lodge Peach Springs
Grand Canyon Caverns
Delgadillo's Route 66 Gift Shop Seligman
Return to the 50s Seligman
Ash Fork Visitor Center & Museum
Williams Visitor Center
Flagstaff Visitor Center
La Posada Hotel Winslow
Winslow Vistor Center
Jack Rabbit Trading Post Joseph City
Holbrook Visitor Center