Route 66 is a two-lane highway that meanders through back roads with rocky outcrops, along quiet streams, across the high desert landscape and red-hued cliffs, over mountains and ending at the Pacific Ocean. Traveling the old highway brings a sense of nostalgia and connection that is hard to find in the overly fast paced world of today.

Route 66 passes near many natural attractions - the Painted Desert, Meteor Crater, Meramec Caverns, the Petrified Forest and the Grand Canyon just to name a few.

You will find all kinds of roadside attractions, including teepee-shaped motels, frozen custard stands, Indian curio shops, and reptile farms. There is a wealth of sights and attractions from the historic and informative to the weird and wonderful.

The 2,500 mile route stretched from Chicago through the beating heart of America and down to Los Angeles, officially ending at the Santa Monica Pier. Nostalgia makes driving Historic Route 66 a bucket list essential. Most people find that rather than saying "I wanna visit there someday" to I'm leaving this fall for my own personal Route 66 adventure.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fun Route 66 Links
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Illinois
  Chicago is a great Route 66 Tourist Destination.
  Illinois Route 66 Visitors Guide
  Illinois Route 66 Motorcycle Riders Interesting Places To Stop
  Illinois Route 66 Destinations - Historic and Modern
  Illinois Road Trip on Route 66 - The Official Illinois Tourism Website
  Illinois Route 66 Pictures
   
Missouri
  St. Louis is in the "Show Me" state and they have got lots to show you.
  Missouri Route 66 Visitors Guide
  Missouri Route 66 Motorcycle Riders Interesting Places To Stop
  Missouri Route 66 Destinations - Historic and Modern
  Enjoy a Trip on Historic Route 66 in Missouri - Missouri Offical Website
  Missouri Route 66 Pictures
   
Oklahoma
  Tulsa is Oil, Cattle, and Fun. Tulsa is the second-largest city in Oklahoma
  Oklahoma Route 66 Visitors Guide
  Oklahoma Route 66 Motorcycle Riders Interesting Places To Stop
  Oklahoma Route 66 Destinations - Historic and Modern
  Oklahoma Route 66 - Oklahoma's Official Website
  Oklahoma Route 66 Pictures
   
Texas
  Amarillo is our suggestion fo sits at the crossroads of America
  Texas Route 66 Visitors Guide
  Texas Route 66 Motorcycle Riders Interesting Places To Stop
  Texas Route 66 Destinations - Historic and Modern
  Texas Route 66 Photos
   
New Mexico
  Albuquerque is the heart of the Route 66 expeince in New Mexico.
  New Mexico Route 66 Visitors Guide
  New Mexico Route 66 Motorcycle Riders Interesting Places To Stop
  New Mexico Route 66 Destinations - Historic and Modern
  Route 66 Trail - New Mexico Official Tourism - Attractions & Places
  New Mexico Route 66 Pictures
   
Arizona
  Kingman is the heart of Historic Route 66 in Arizona.
  Arizona Route 66 Visitors Guide
  Arizona Route 66 Motorcycle Riders Interesting Places To Stop
  Arizona Route 66 Destinations - Historic and Modern
  The Mother Road: Route 66 in AZ - Arizona Office of Tourism
  Arizona Route 66 Pictures
   
California
  Los Angles Route 66 Vacation Ideas
  California Route 66 Visitors Guide
  California Route 66 Motorcycle Riders Interesting Places To Stop
  California Route 66 Destinations - Historic and Modern
  California Route 66 Pictures
 
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