Nearby Attractions: Route 66
Travel the Scenic Route 66
Route 66 is one of America's most extensive scenic roads connecting Chicago and Los Angeles.
The Grand Canyon Caverns is situated in the middle of the longest stretch of the road. You will enjoy 100 miles of breathtaking beauty without getting on the interstate.
Experience the Living History of Route 66
We are proud to have been part of the mother road for decades. The gravel road was placed next to the Grand Canyon Caverns' natural entrance in 1928. In fact the original gravel road was placed right next to our natural entrance in 1928 so our original owners, Walter and Miles Peck, could entice the first travelers to try the ‘dope on a rope’ special tour.
It takes only an extra 17 minutes to use RT 66 and enjoy our very special route, truck free (they have to stay on I-40. There is no having to double back to visit, as we are a loop between Seligman on the east and Kingman on the west.
We are a beautiful road in northern Arizona that the state of Arizona lovingly maintains (it's better than any road in California). You will be able to look in the Grand Canyon at mile 106, west of us at our friends and neighbors in the Hualapi nation. Heading towards Seligman east of Grand Canyon Caverns you’ll have vistas of 50 miles or more with never a bit of smog…a big advantage of the middle of nowhere.
Wildlife and Roadside Attractions
Route 66 offers the chance to see majestic wildlife, which includes mountain lions, bobcats, falcons, owls, eagles, hawks, antelopes, elk, and the largest jackalopes on Earth.
Santa Fe Railway
If you are a train lover, there are many spots along Route 66 to pull over and enjoy each type of train Santa Fe Railway offers. You will feel like you are inside your own giant train set!
The Route 66 Movement
You will fall in love with the feeling that Route 66 imparts. Join the Route 66 movement by contacting our national leader, Jim Conkle, at (760) 961-7116.