Route 66 enthusiasts from throughout the world are familiar with Mr. D’z Route 66 Diner in Kingman, Arizona. Few, however, know the story.
Celebrity history is rich in Kingman, Arizona. Myth and fact blend seamlessly. Do you know hte story about Clark Gable and Carol Lombard?
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Fresh pie, sandwiches, steaks, full dinners, barbecues for groups & the Caverns Grotto, fine dining 200 feet underground!
A fully renovated motel where 1964 meets 2019 with swimming pool, an award winning RV park & camping among the cedars on the National Old Trails Road!
It’s A Destination
Grand Canyon Caverns is the essence of the Route 66 experience distilled, refined & aged to perfection!
This edition of Adventures Club live is from the historic Dunton Motors dealership on Route 66 in Kingman, Arizona. Established in 1946 this one family owned facility opened as a full line Ford dealership, and then served as the home of an Edsel franchise. GM cars and trucks followed. Today this historic dealership specializes in vintage and classic cars as well as select customs and hot rods.
Home to Giganticus Headicus, this roadside oasis that dates to 1964 is a quirky photo stop on Route 66, and a great place for an old fashioned lunch while enjoying million dollar views of the Hualapai Valley. The expansive gift shop features Route 66 souvenirs, autographed books by Jim Hinckley, and the artistic photography of Judy Hinckley.
Breakfast, lunch, or dinner you are assured of a good meal at Calico’s restaurant in Kingman, Arizona located mere blocks from Route 66, the Mohave Museum of History & Arts, and the Powerhouse Visitor Center. Traditional favorites and a few specialties with a regional flare are all served with a smile. Meeting and conference rooms available, including one with a full bar. Also, an expansive gift shop with signed copies of books by Jim Hinckley.
Discover The Wonders of Northwestern Arizona With Desert Wonder Tours
A primary mission of Desert Wonder Tours and Trips is to support regional desert cleanup and restoration. With over 40 years living in Northwest Arizona and ancestral roots dating back to the late 1800’s, we take special pride in showing you the spectacular sites and adventures to be had in our part of the world!
Victoria’s Sugar Shack
Victoria’s Sugar Shack in Kingman, Arizona; A delightful old fashioned bakery with inviting ambiance and large room for group events or receptions. Healthy options, specialties, and sweet treats are just a few of the samplings.
160 Miles of Smiles
Route 66 in western Arizona is billed as 160 Miles of Smiles for good reason. From the historic Partridge Creek Bridge to Topock on the Colorado River iconic Route 66 twists and turns through quintessential western landscapes of buttes, mesa and vast deserts. Neon and museums, ghost towns and caverns, scenic wonders and kitschy surprises such as Giganticus Headicus
Order your copy of Jim HInckley’s America: 160 Miles of Smiles today!
Mother Road Route 66 Passport
The exciting new Route 66 Passport is available at – Canada Mart and Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona gift shop in Kingman as well as the Jack Rabbit Trading Post and the visitor center in Williams
Chevlon Canyon Bridge
Located along the National Old Trails Road between Winslow and Holbrook this recently renovated bridge dates to 1913. It was the first highway bridge authorized by the state of Arizona
Kingman Army Airfield
During WWII the Kingman Army Airfield, now the Kingman Airport and Industrial Park in Kingman, Arizona was one of the largest flexible schools in the country. Tangible links to that era include the original control tower, hangers, and gunnery range pill boxes.
Route 66 Arizona
Timeless Adventure With Every Mile
Route 66 in Arizona is a study in contrasts; the Painted Desert, forests of towering Ponderosa pines, and the Colorado River Valley. There are caverns and scenic vistas, time capsule motels and microbreweries, an electric vehicle museum and ghost towns.