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Historic Rt. 66, with nightly old-time ‘gunfights’ in the heart of downtown. Shops and restaurants to explore. Horse drawn carriage rides.
It's known as a gateway to Grand Canyon National Park via the Grand Canyon Railway. Historic Route 66 has Americana-style shops and restaurants dating back to the early 1900s. It's home to the Route 66 Zipline and Pete's Route 66 Gas Station Museum, featuring highway memorabilia.
This town is a great place for a historic and fun filled day. Grab some food at the local restaurants or stop at the grocery store before heading back to camp! A classic Route 66 stop!!!
REAL trains and great eateries! Holiday events such as Polar Express. Steam Sunday on every first weekend. Checkout thetrain.com
Williams, AZ is approximately 15 minutes away. The city is a tourist community on Route 66 and includes a Safeway Grocery, many tourist shops and several eating establishments. The Grand Canyon Railroad and Bearizona Animal Park are in Williams.