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Historic Route 66 Driving Tour


Historic Route 66 Driving Tour
Dog-Friendly Attractions
Bill Williams Avenue
Williams,
Arizona


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Route 66 was the main route between Los Angeles and Chicago during the 1920's through the 1960's. It was completely paved in 1938. This historic route symbolizes the American adventure and romance of the open road. Begin your self-guided driving tour on Bill Williams Avenue in Williams. This portion of Route 66 is considered "America's Main Street," where you will find gas stations, restaurants, shops and motels that have served travelers since the 1920's. Then head east on Old 66 to the I-40 interchange. Continue east on I-40 for 6 miles. Take the Pittman Valley exit and left left, pass over I-40, and turn right onto historic Route 66. This portion of the road was originally paved in 1939. Stop and park at the Oak Hill Snowplay Area. You and your pooch can take a 2 mile round trip hike to the Keyhole Sink petroglyphs. After your walk, continue driving and you will come to a community called Parks. Located here is a country store that has been in operation since about 1910. At this point you can turn around and head back to Williams via I-40. Directions and descriptions are from the USDA Forest Service in Williams, Arizona.




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