IN ORDER FROM EAST TO WEST
Lupton, AZ – Houck, AZ – Sanders, AZ – Chambers, AZ – Petrified Forest / Painted Desert – Holbrook, AZ – Joseph City, AZ – Winslow, AZ – Meteor City, AZ – Meteor Crater – Winona, AZ – Flagstaff, AZ – Bellemont, AZ – Williams, AZ – Ash Fork, AZ – Seligman, AZ – Grand Canyon Caverns – Peach Springs, AZ – Truxton, AZ – Crozier, AZ – Valentine, AZ – Hackberry, AZ – Antares, AZ – Kingman, AZ – Golden Valley, AZ – Oatman, AZ – Golden Shores, AZ – Topock, AZ
The two most notable stops along this stretch of Historic Route 66 are Cool Springs Station, and the Saddle Sore Ranch.
The community of Golden Valley lies in the Sacramento Valley, separated from the larger neighboring cities of Kingman and Bullhead City by the surrounding mountain ranges. State Route 68 runs through the heart of Golden Valley to the north and Historic Route 66 to the south, leading east 10 miles (16 km) to Kingman and west over the Black Mountains 23 miles (37 km) to Bullhead City. At the eastern end of Golden Valley, Arizona 68 terminates at U.S. Route 93, which leads to Kingman to the south, or Las Vegas, Nevada, to the north.
Click the map image below to open Google Maps of this area.