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Make a grand trip grander. Since 1901, the Grand Canyon Railway has been taking people on a fabled journey into the heart of one of the seven natural wonders of the world. For those fortunate to have traveled on this iconic train, the Grand Canyon Railway is more than just a mode of transportation: It’s a trip back in time to what many consider the most awe-inspiring place on Earth.

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Pimi P. Barrozo-Bennett Membership Services Coordinator 928-635-0273 x3

Jan Shirley, IOM Executive Assistant 928-635-0273 x2

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Important Phone Numbers Williams-Forest Service Visitor Center 928-635-4061 City Hall 928-635-4451 Office of the Mayor 928-928-635-4451 Office of the City Manager 928-635-4451 Williams Police Department 928-635-4461 Office of Public Works 928-635-4451 Office of Sanitation 928-635-9108 Recreation Department 928-635-1496

Williams Library 928-635-2263 Elephant Rock Golf Course 928-635-4935 Williams Airport 928-635-4451 Ambulance Service 928-635-3039 North Country Healthcare Services 928-635-4441 Williams Justice Court 928-679-7698 Forest Service / Williams Station 928-635-8200 Grand Canyon National Park 928-638-7888

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Dr. Robert D. Argyelan, President & CEO Produced and Published in conjunction with Visitor Media Group • p. 844.729.9769 visitormediagroup.com We Know the Road.

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E xperience Williams, Az. Gateway to the Grand Canyon®!

Williams, Arizona is a destination known for things to do for visitors of all ages. From cruising Historical Route 66, one of the original highways in the U.S. Highway System, to planning a visit to the Grand Canyon, riding the rails, getting up close to the wildlife at a drive-thru wildlife park, hitting the trails with some outdoor recreation, or shopping for that perfect souvenir - Williams, Arizona is the place to do it. Plan your trip around one of the many Signature Events in Williams whether it be a Taste in Williams, Mountain Village Holiday, Route 66 “90th Birthday Car Show”, Fourth of July Parade or a Wild West Shootout. Williams will not disappoint. Experience Williams, Arizona - Gateway to the Grand Canyon®!

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About our Town!

Welcome to Williams, Arizona, located in the heart of the Kaibab National Forest at an elevation of 6,770 feet. A small, mountain community in Northern Arizona, just an hour south of the Grand Canyon, Williams has been host to world travelers for over 100 years. Located on Interstate 40 between Kingman and Flagstaff, Williams is a 4 hour drive from Las Vegas / McCarran Airport, 3 hours from Phoenix / Sky Harbor, and 30 minutes from Flagstaff/Pulliam, major regional airports. Additionally, Williams can be reached by private aircraft flying into H. A. Clark Memorial Field (P32) and by Amtrak.

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Founded in 1881, Williams was named for the famous trapper, scout and mountain man, “Old Bill Williams.� Boasting seven area fishing lakes, plentiful hiking, four seasons of beautiful high country weather and an abundance of wildlife, Williams offers unlimited recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. The Historic Downtown District on Route 66 covers six square blocks and includes many shops and restaurants. The Grand Canyon Railway and its rides to the Grand Canyon is a block away while the Bearizona Wildlife Park is within minutes.

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Forest Service Visitor Center

Visit the Center for local, area and statewide visitor information. Location: 200 W Railroad Ave, Williams, AZ 86046 (on the northwest corner of Railroad Avenue and Grand Canyon Boulevard)

Phone: 928.635.4061 The Center is conveniently located in the Historic Downtown District in the Historic Santa Fe Depot just a block from the heart of the Historic Route 66. The Visitor Information Center is open seven days a week Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The seven-day, $25* car pass for the National Park is for sale at the kiosk on the north side of the Visitor Center building. For more information about the Grand Canyon from the National Park Service, please visit www.nps.gov/grca/ *Price at time of printing

Welcome to Williams ....................................................................... 1-4 Accolades & Demographics ............................................................... 5 Drive Times and Weather . ................................................................. 6 Get Your Kicks on Route 66 . ............................................................. 7 Top Things To Do In And Around Williams ............................8-11 Dining ................................................................................................ 12-15 The Grand Canyon ....................................................................... 16-17 Tours & Attractions ...................................................................... 18-19 Shopping / Non-Profit Entities / Car Rental & Equip..............20 Arts & Culture / Health Care............................................................21 Lodging ............................................................................................. 22-26 Media .......................................................................................................26 RV Parks ..................................................................................................27 Organizations ........................................................................................28 Services ............................................................................................ 29-30 Government . .........................................................................................30 Real Estate / Education .....................................................................31 Insurance & Banking / Churches ...................................................31 2016 Event Calendar ..........................................................................32 2016

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W elcome to Williams!

Welcome to Williams, Arizona - Gateway to the Grand Canyon®. Thank you for considering Williams as your vacation destination and I hope your time in this great little town will be a memorable one for years to come. There’s so much to do in Williams that both your days and nights can be filled with exploration, adventure, and good times. Certainly Williams can serve as your kick-off point for a trip to the Grand Canyon National Park, where you can explore all of its beauty and splendor, dine in its fine restaurants, or even take a helicopter ride to gain a different perspective. You can stay at any of the outstanding hotels in Williams and drive to the Canyon or, better yet, ride the Grand Canyon Railway from its Williams depot directly into the National Park. Make it a multi-day trip and spend the night in the Canyon itself! While in Williams, consider visiting the Bearizona Wildlife Park, shop at any of the stores along historic Route 66, dine in our terrific restaurants and enjoy a variety of foods, taste our local wines and beers, visit a deer farm, fish at any one of our seven lakes, camp in Kaibab National Forest, hike the surrounding Ponderosa Pine trails, golf at our acclaimed golf course, or simply explore on your own. No matter what you may be looking for, Williams has it all. Start your adventure at our Visitor Information Center where you can get information about all that is happening in Williams and Northern Arizona, book excursions, and even shop for Williams souvenirs. It’s only minutes from the Center to the railway or to a walk along our Route 66 shopping district where you can find everything you need from fine Western wear to jewelry, from Route 66 nostalgia mementos to a great dining experience. No matter where your travels take you, one thing is common everywhere - friendly people willing to assist you with just about anything you may need. So enjoy your time here and come visit us again soon. Tell your family and friends about our great little town. I thank you for visiting Williams - The Gateway to the Grand Canyon®. Dr. Robert D. Argyelan President & CEO Williams-Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce

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Accolades • Grand Canyon & Williams, Arizona: “Best of 2013 Iconic Attractions”, USA Today • “Town to Watch 2015”, True West • “Train Town”, True West • Home to Bearizona: “10 Best Drive Through Wildlife Parks”, USA Today • Home to the Polar Express and the Grand Canyon Railway: “America’s Best Holiday Train Rides”, Frommer’s • “Original stretch of Route 66” and “The last town to be bypassed by I-40, preserving Route 66.” • TravelChannel.com names the Top 10 - ‘Travel’s Best: All-American Vacations’ for 2015. Williams, Arizona made the list!

Demographics Population

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5,624

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2,332

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G et Your Kicks on Route 66

Route 66 conjures up thoughts of rich history, soda fountains, neon lights, classic cars, and fun! Only in Williams, Arizona will you find a stretch of Route 66 with shopping including western wear to souvenirs, fine and casual dining, microbreweries and wine tasting rooms, art galleries, specialty shops and more that uniquely showcase Williams.

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T op Things To Do The Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel

Route 66 Zipline

A perfect way to sit back and enjoy the ride to the Grand Canyon. This century-old rail line leaves Williams Depot every day at 9:30 a.m. traveling through ponderosa pine forests and prairie ranch land to a spectacular destination, the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Every winter the Grand Canyon Railway’s Polar Express comes to life on a journey from the nighttime wilderness of Williams, Arizona, to the enchanted beauty of “the North Pole”—where Santa Claus and his reindeer are waiting with a keepsake present for every good boy and girl. www.thetrain.com

Right next to Grand Canyon Railway Depot in Williams, fly 1,400’ through the air on a family-friendly zipline ride. Be prepared for 30mph backward, 30 mph forward, 110’ high and 1,400’ round trip with an exciting stop at the end! It’s a tasteful rush to say the least; not too scary and definitely exciting even for those who “have no fear.” The Route 66 Zipline is perhaps the most unique way to view much of what Williams has to offer along Route 66. www.ziplineroute66.com

Bearizona Drive Thru Wildlife Park

Grand Canyon Deer Farm

Get up close and personal with many different animals in their natural environment. This 160 acre drive-through wildlife park is located only two miles from downtown Williams. As you wind your way through the park in your vehicle you will experience bears, wolves, bighorn sheep, bison and others; then park your car and walk through Fort Bearizona for a closer look at some of the smaller animals and their babies. www.bearizona.com 8

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For a “hands on” experience with nature’s creatures, make sure you visit the Grand Canyon Deer Farm and Petting Zoo. For over 40 years, this unique park has been providing animal lovers the rare opportunity of up-close encounters with deer, elk, llamas, reindeer, camel and many others. Located only 8 miles east of Williams, this day trip will leave lasting memories. www.deerfarm.com

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In and Around Williams

Shopping & Dining on Historic Route 66

Sycamore Falls and Sycamore Canyon

Bill Williams Mountain

Fishing & Off-Roading

The best of the 50s, 60’s and newest trends all within a six block walking distance. The historic downtown of Williams features fine restaurants, microbreweries, wine tasting rooms, and plenty of shops featuring everything from western wear to souvenirs of Route 66. From one end of Route 66 featuring the Memorial Park, past the shops, eateries and car museum to the other end featuring a Wild West town, Route 66 offers something to enjoy for all ages of guests.

Hike Bill Williams Mountain or any of the other dozens of scenic high-mountain hiking trails available in the Kaibab Forest. Don’t forget your snacks and sandwiches for a breathtaking picnic lunch from the top! There are several shops in Williams to stock up on all your hiking supplies. Trail maps are available at the Williams-Forest Service Visitor Center. 2016

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Located just a few miles southeast of Williams. This 47,762 acre Wilderness offers a wide range of vegetation from mesquite in the southern portion to ponderosa pine in the northern canyons at an elevation of 6,500 feet. Sycamore Falls is a dramatic spectacle in the Spring when the Winter snows start to melt and during Summer monsoon rains. A short drive and an even shorter hike gets you to this natural wonder! Stop in the Williams-Forest Service Visitor Center for your free map. And while there, ask about all of the many programs run by the Forest Service.

Bring your fishing pole and try your luck at one of our five trout stocked lakes. The scenery is magnificent and the fish are mouth watering. The lakes can be fished from shore or in a boat. If “Big Boy” toys are your adrenaline rush then you owe it to yourself to explore our 1,143 miles of U.S. Forest Service roads in the National Kaibab Forest with your ATV, Rhino, Razor or Jeep. Maps and directions to these hotspots are available at the Williams-Forest Service Visitor Center located in the heart of town.

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T op Things To Do Lava River Cave

Experience a unique underground hike in Lava River Cave. This mile long volcanic lava tube was first discovered in 1913 and maintains a temperature of 32-40 degrees year around. It is located about 30 miles east of Williams but is easy to find. The U.S. Forest Service has made an attractive entrance down to this tube using native stone to form a stairway. Once inside the lava tube its ceiling is tall enough to stand upright. You must bring flashlights as once you are past the daylight you are in complete darkness.

Raft the Grand Canyon Raft the Colorado River inside the Grand Canyon! Most people think that this requires months or years of advance planning, but Williams is central to both the one-day smooth water rafting trips and the exciting 40 mile one-day white water rafting trips. These ultimate adventure trips can sometimes be made with only a day notice. Call or visit the Williams-Forest Service Visitor Center for more information. 10

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Hike the Grand Canyon

Hike to the village of Supai at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Make Williams your base camp for this unbelievable experience! Supai is located in the remote Southwestern branch of the Grand Canyon and is about a two hour drive from Williams. The well-marked trailhead into Supai is 8 miles long over rugged terrain and is accessible only by foot, horseback or helicopter. There you find Havasu Creek and three of the most beautiful waterfalls in all of Grand Canyon. Camping and lodging are available by advance reservation only from the Havasupai Tourist Office. If you are a hiker, this is a must see!

Tour Grand Canyon Caverns

Located only 66 miles from Williams, this natural wonder is the largest dry cavern in the United States. An elevator descends 22 stories underground and opens to a maze of caverns large enough to hold a football field! Guided tours are available daily. Enjoy the splendor of these caverns for an unforgettable, once in a lifetime experience.

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In and Around Williams

Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center & IMAX® Theater

Meteor Crater: Experience the IMPACT…50,000 years ago!

The Grand Canyon Skywalk

Helicopter Ride Over the Grand Canyon

Make the most of your Grand Canyon visit. See Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets in IMAX on a giant 6-story high screen and discover in only 34 minutes a Grand Canyon that would take a lifetime to experience. Also on site: Park Pass sales, free maps and information, guided Pink Jeep tours, National Geographic store, Explorers Café with Pizza Hut® Express, and much more! Located one mile from the National Park South Rim Entrance. www.explorethecanyon.com

See one of the most talked about and breathtaking sights, and experience the Grand Canyon like never before. This glass bridge enables visitors to walk beyond the canyon walls at Grand Canyon West, suspending them 4,000 feet above the riverbed and providing an unparalleled view of this natural wonder. Book your excursion to the West Rim at the Williams Visitor Center. www.grandcanyonwest.com 2016

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A massive meteorite 150 feet across and weighing several hundred thousand tons formed the 550 ft. deep crater. It traveled 26,000 mph hitting Earth with an explosive force greater than 20 million tons of TNT. This popular meteorite impact site is located on I-40, seventy miles east of Williams and is centrally located to many of Northern Arizona’s top attractions and State Parks. Guided rim tours are offered daily (weather permitting). www.MeteorCrater.com

The Grand Canyon is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world. With its incredible scenery and inspirational beauty, the vast number of visitors keeps growing. With a number of ways to see the canyon, some may choose to drive, hike, bike or ride a mule. One adventure that awaits is the sky—a helicopter tour from the Grand Canyon’s South Rim or the Grand Canyon West Rim easily accessed at the nearby Grand Canyon Airport.

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D ining Williams, Arizona has a variety of dining options. If family friendly is your style, quick service, or a chance to take your time, rest your feet and enjoy a glass of wine is your stylethen your choice is where to do it. Down home style with made from scratch menu items, mile high pies, microbreweries, wine tasting, a wild west saloon, and more await you in the many restaurants featuring indoor/outdoor dining.

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HISTORIC To Grand Canyon

ROUTE To Flagstaff To Las Vegas

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Dining BIG E STEAKHOUSE & SALOON

JESSICA’S FAMILY RESTAURANT

365 State Route 64, Grand Canyon 928.638.0333 www.bigesteakhouse.com

525 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4590

BIG TOWN HERO

141 W. Railroad Ave., Williams 1 928.635.4150

618 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.3003 www.bigtownhero.com

KENNELLY FAMILY CONCEPTS

KFC / TACO BELL

CAFÉ 326

800 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.4435

326 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.0777

KICKS ON ROUTE 66

CARL’S JR. 1055 W. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.8873

CRUISERS ROUTE 66 CAFÉ, LLC 233 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.2445 www.cruisers66.com

GRAND CANYON BREWING COMPANY 117 S. 3rd St., Williams 928.635.2168 www.grandcanyonbrewery.com

GRAND CANYON COFFEE & CAFÉ, LLC 137 W. Railroad Ave., Williams 928.635.4907 www.grandcanyoncoffeeandcafe.com

2550 W. Route 66, Williams 2 928.635.2052 www.williamsazrestaurant.com

LULU BELLE’S BBQ, LLC 33 W. Lewis Ave., Ash Fork 928.637.9818 www.LuLuBellesBBQ.com

MCDONALD’S OF WILLIAMS 805 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.9100 www.mcdonalds.com

PINE COUNTRY RESTAURANT 107 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.9718 www.pinecountryrestaurant.com

PIZZA FACTORY 214 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.3009 www.william.pizzafactory.com

PIZZA HUT OF ARIZONA - WILLIAMS THE GRAND DEPOT CAFÉ 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 1.800.THE.TRAIN 9 www.thetrain.com Located adjacent to the Grand Canyon Railway depot, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner

888 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.4343 www.pizzahut.com

RED RAVEN RESTAURANT 135 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4980 Chamber Member

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ROD’S STEAK HOUSE

WESTERN VIEW STEAKHOUSE

301 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.2671

2600 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4400 5 www.bestwesternwilliams.com

SOUTHRIMS WINE & BEER GARAGE 514 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.5902 www.SouthRims.com

WILD WEST JUNCTION, LLC 321 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4512 www.wildwestjunction.com

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YAVAPAI TAVERN

605 N. State Route 64, Tusayan 928.638.2278 4 www.wecookpizzaandpasta.com

11 Yavapai Rd. (Located at Yavapai Lodge), Grand Canyon 928.638.2262 6 www.visitgrandcanyon.com

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Family Fun at Route 66 Zipline! • 30 MPH BACKWARD AND FORWARD OVER GRAND CANYON BLVD. AND ALONG ROUTE 66 IN DOWNTOWN WILLIAMS! • IT’S A FAMILY EXPERIENCE WITH A WHOLE LOTTA SAFE FUN AND A NICE TOUCH OF SCARY. • NO HARNESSES REQUIRED FOR THIS UNIQUE ZIPLINE ATTRACTION! • JUST SIT DOWN, GET STRAPPED IN, AND HAVE FUN!

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Allan Duncan, Owner / Broker Lifelong Williams resident Allan@BankersRealEstate.com www.BankersRealEstate.com

CABINS • RANCHES • LAND RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL Pete Baldwin

Pres./Designated Broker 928-660-8535

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he arrival of the Grand Canyon Railway in 1901 provided a comfortable and affordable alternative to the stage coach, and quickly became the preferred mode of travel to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim. The stagecoach companies were not happy with this development, but the guests arrived rested and ready to explore the newly famous gorge. The Santa Fe Railway provided the funding for guest accommodations and attractions, and worked hard to market the train and their new hotel, El Tovar, which opened in 1905. The Santa Fe hired the Fred Harvey Company to operate the new guest facilities, and El Tovar was a Harvey Hotel and a Harvey House Restaurant. The Historic District evolved and grew as tourism increased, and remains the center of activity at the South Rim today. There are many buildings of historical significance that visitors will find interesting in the Historic District during their visit to the South Rim. Mary Colter’s first building, the Hopi House, opened in 1905 to provide visitors with an opportunity to learn about Native Americans and their arts and crafts, and a chance to purchase a unique memento. Her iconic Lookout Studio and Hermits Rest were added in 1914 as additional destinations to relax and

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explore the canyon vistas. As visitation increased, Bright Angel Lodge was added in 1935 as a lower cost option to El Tovar, and today houses the complimentary Fred Harvey History Room. Additional lodging was added in the 1970s and 1980s with the opening of Maswik Lodge, Thunderbird Lodge and Kachina Lodge. Kachina and Thunderbird lodges are right on the rim, while Maswik Lodge is just a short walk or shuttle ride away. Canyon views from overlooks in this area are stunning and offer a different perspective from those at Mather Point, where the Visitor Center is located. Today, Grand Canyon National Park Lodges operates 5 lodges on and near the rim, Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the canyon, numerous restaurants and gift shops, in-park narrated motorcoach tours and the famous mule rides. Overnight guests will find a wide variety of lodging, shopping, and dining choices, and can conveniently enjoy the legendary canyon sunrise and sunset. Guests who are only visiting for the day will want to be sure to visit the Historic District to experience the human history that helps make a visit to Grand Canyon so special. Either way, a visit to Grand Canyon is sure to provide lasting memories and experiences. (Photos at Left Provided by Xanterra)

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Air Tours MAVERICK HELICOPTERS

BIG RED RIDE - TRIPS 4 TIPS

Grand Canyon National Airport – Highway 64, Grand Canyon 928.638.2622 7 www.FlyMaverick.com

480.297.2901 www.trips4tips.com

PAPILLON GRAND CANYON HELICOPTERS 3568 Airport Rd., Grand Canyon 928.638.2419 www.papillon.com

Tours

CANYON DAVE TOURS 877.845.3283 www.grand-canyon-tours-1.com

COWBOY’S SERVICE AZ CARRIAGE CO PO Box 494, Williams 602.679.3866 www.azcarriagecompany.com

ALL-STAR GRAND CANYON TOURS

PINK JEEP TOURS

928.814.8887 www.allstargrandcanyontours.com

450 State Route 64, Grand Canyon Located inside the National Geographic Visitors Center/ IMAX Theatre 800.999.2137 www.pinkjeeptours.com

ANTELOPE CANYON NAVAJO TOUR PO Box 1988, Page 928.698.3285

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Attractions BEARIZONA WILDLIFE PARK 1500 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.2289 8 www.bearizona.com

BIG TOY PLAYGROUND

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC VISITOR CENTER - IMAX 450 State Route 64, Grand Canyon 928.638.2468 www.explorethecanyon.com 10

RIVERSIDE RESORT & CASINO

287 S. Garland Prairie Rd., Williams 928.606.5711 www.bigtoyplayground.com

1650 S. Casino Dr. PMB 500, Laughlin 1.800.227.3849

GRAND CANYON DEER FARM

ROUTE 66 ZIPLINE

6769 E. Deer Farm Rd., Williams 928.635.4073 www.deerfarm.com

200 North Grand Canyon Blvd. Williams 928.635.5358 www.ziplineroute66.com 11

TWIN ARROWS NAVAJO CASINO RESORT 22181 Resort Blvd., Flagstaff 928.856.7200 12 www.twinarrows.com

GRAND CANYON RAILWAY 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 1.800.THE.TRAIN 9 www.thetrain.com Historic train departs Williams daily for Grand Canyon National Park

GRAND CANYON WEST

WESTERN RIVER EXPEDITIONS Call to Book 3 - 7 Day Trips in the Grand Canyon 866.904.1160 33 www.westernriver.com

WILD WEST ADVENTURES, LLC PO Box 781, Williams 928.635.0706

888.868.WEST (9378) 31 www.grandcanyonwest.com METEOR CRATER Interstate 40, Exit 233, Winslow 928.289.5898 32 www.meteorcrater.com

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Shopping CARQUEST

QCOFFICE

810 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4484

3920 E. Huntington Dr., Flagstaff 928.773.8787 www.qcoffice.org

COLORS OF THE WEST 201 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.9559

COPPER CANYON TRADING 210 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4310

SAFEWAY 637 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.0500 www.safeway.com

TERRY MARXEN CHEVROLET CADILLAC

GRAND CANYON HARLEY-DAVIDSON

1118 W. Highway 66, Flagstaff 928.220.8296 14 www.terrymarxen.com

I-40 Exit 185, Bellemont 928.774.3896 www.grandcanyonhd.com

THE LITE COMPANY

LOVES TRAVEL STOPS 1055 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.9958

2109 N. 4th St., Flagstaff 928.774.6257 www.thelitecompany.com

NATIVE AMERICA

WESTERN OUTFITTERS AND DEBERGE SADDLERY

117 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4600

316 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4013

OLD GLORY GIFTS

WHITE HORSE TRADING

213 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.5919

216 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.1588

OLD TRAILS TRUE VALUE 616 N. Airport Rd., Williams 928.635.2591 13 Like us on Facebook!

Non-Profit CIVITAN THRIFT AND TRADING COMPANY

129 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.1144

FLEET SERVICES, LLC. Car Rental I-40 441 E. Route 66, Williams & Equipment 928.635.9199 www.i40fleet.com

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Arts/Culture

WILLIAMS ALLIANCE FOR THE ARTS 145 W. Route 66, Williams 928.351.7665

Health Care THE GALLERY IN WILLIAMS

NORTH COUNTRY HEALTH CARE - WILLIAMS CLINIC

145 W. Route 66, Williams 16 928.635.3006 www.thegalleryinwilliams.com

301 S. 7th St., Williams 928.635.4441 www.nchcaz.org

THE OPEN STUDIOS ART GALLERY

NORTHLAND HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE, INC.

106 S. 9th St., Williams 928.444.8535

PLANES OF FAME AIR MUSEUM 755 Mustang Way, Williams 928.635.1000 www.planesoffame.org

452 N. Switzer Canyon Dr., Ste , Flagstaff 928.779.1227

TIMBERLINE DENTAL 401 W. Railroad Ave., Williams 928.856.2100 www.timberlinedentists.com

Everything You Need for Travel & Recreation! Camping, Biking, RV Supplies, Clothing,Fishing Supplies, Gifts, Souvenirs and more!

928.635.2591

616 Airport Rd. • Williams, AZ

Open Mon. - Sat. 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

N. ARIZONA’S PREMIERE TASTING ROOM AND LOUNGE Featuring Arizona craft beers and wine, the Best burgers in town, over the top appetizers, excellent sandwiches and unique specialty gifts.

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10% OFF FOOD AND BEVERAGES

“FRESH, LOCAL, BAR AND GRILL.”

WE FEATURE 20 LOCAL DRAFT BEERS AND WINES.

2550 West Route 66 Williams AZ 86046 928-635-2052 www.williamsazrestaurant.com

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L odging One of the best things about Williams is that when you choose your lodging you feel connected to a real community and the hometown things to do. There is a wide range of affordable lodging options. Everything you could want for lodging options is here – Bed & Breakfasts, themed Hotels & Motels, RV Parks and Campgrounds. Wherever you choose to stay, it will be conveniently located to the area attractions of Williams and the Grand Canyon.

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To Flagstaff

HISTORIC To Las Vegas

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Lodging BEST VALUE INN 1001 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.2202

BEST WESTERN PLUS INN OF WILLIAMS 2600 W. Route 66, Williams 17 928.635.4400 www.bestwesternwilliams.com

BEST WESTERN PREMIER GRAND CANYON SQUIRE INN

GRAND CANYON RAILWAY HOTEL 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 1.800.THE.TRAIN www.thetrain.com The 297-room hotel just a block away from downtown Williams and historic Route 66.

GRAND CANYON TRAVELODGE

74 State Route 64, Grand Canyon 928.638.2681 or 1.800.622.6966 www.grandcanyonsquire.com

430 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.2651 www.travelodge.com

CANYON MOTEL & RV PARK

GRAND LIVING BED & BREAKFAST

1900 E. Rodeo Rd., Williams 928.635.9371 www.canyonmotel.com

701 Quarterhorse Rd., Williams 928.635.4171

CANYON PLAZA GRAND CANYON

1150 W. Cataract Lake Rd., Williams 928.635.2221

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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES

COMFORT INN 911 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4045 www.choicehotels.com/arizona/ williams/comfort-inn-hotels/az057

DAYS INN OF WILLIAMS 2488 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4051 19 www.daysinn.com/williams

DISTINCTIVE BED & BREAKFASTS OF NORTHERN AZ www.flagstaff-bed-breakfast.com

FLIPKEY VACATION RENTALS www.flipkey.com

www.hiexpress.com/williamsaz

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HOTEL & SUITES GRAND CANYON 226 State Highway 64, Grand Canyon 1.800.HOLIDAY / 928.638.3000 www.gcanyon.com 20 Indoor pool, spa, complimentary Express Start breakfast, and brand new room décor one mile from the Park

HOWARD JOHNSON EXPRESS 511 Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.9561 21 www.hojo.com

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KNIGHTS INN 750 Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.1412 www.knightsinn.com LA QUINTA (NEW IN 2016) 1100 Cataract Lake Rd., Williams 22 928.635.1515

LAKE VIEW VACATION RENTAL 32 N. Lake View Dr., Williams 928.699.2169 www.VRBO.com/650396

LODGE ON ROUTE 66 200 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4534 www.thelodgeonroute66.com

MOTEL 6 - WEST 831 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.9000 www.motel6.com

MOUNTAIN RANCH RESORT AT BEACON HILL 6701 E. Mountain Ranch Rd., Williams 928.635.2693 closed Nov 1 to March 2016

MSTAR ROUTE 66 128 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.1515 www.mstarroute66inn.com 23

PONDEROSA PLAYCE 2855 Burning Tree Dr., Phoenix 602.317.9169 www.vrbo.com/428501

RAMADA INN WILLIAMS 950 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.4114 www.ramada.com/williams

RED FEATHER LODGE 300 State Route 64, Grand Canyon 928.638.2414 www.redfeaterlodge.com 24 Chamber Member

Indoor Heated Pool • Spa • Continental Breakfast

Howard Johnson Express Inn - Williams 511 Grand Canyon Blvd • I-40 & Grand Canyon Blvd Williams, AZ 86046 • Phone: (928) 635-9561 2016

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THE HISTORIC YELLOW HOUSE 120 S. 6th St., Williams 602.818.6559 www.VRBO.com/515205 26

THE SHERIDAN HOUSE INN 460 E. Sheridan Ave., Williams 928.635.8991 www.grandcanyonbedandbreakfast.com

RED GARTER INN 137 W. Railroad Ave, Williams 800.328.1484 www.redgarter.com Restored 1897 Bordello with full25 hot breakfast in Historic District

TRAPPER’S RENDEZVOUS 1019 N. Airport Rd., Williams 928.635.1002 www.trappersrendezvous.com

RODEWAY INN & SUITES DOWNTOWNER

XANTERRA PARKS & RESORTS, GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK

201 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4041 www.thedowntowneronroute66.com

www.grandcanyonlodges.com

SUPER 8 MOTEL - EAST

11 Yavapai Rd., Grand Canyon 928.638.2262 27 www.visitgrandcanyon.com

800 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.4700 www.williamssuper8.com

Media DISCOVER TV 2719 DW Ranch Rd., Kingman 928.716.8433

FRONT BURNER MEDIA 60 W. Cortez Dr., Sedona 928.202.2374 www.frontburnermedia.com

YAVAPAI LODGE AND RESTAURANT AT GRAND CANYON

KZBX-92.1 FM HIGH COUNTRY BROADCASTING PO Box 1072, Williams 928.635.6732

MADDEN MEDIA 1240 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix 520.322.0895 www.maddenmedia.com

THE LOCAL PAGES INC.

GRAND CANYON JOURNAL

4910 W. Amelia Earhart Dr., Ste 1, Salt Lake City 888.249.6920

2520 55th St., Ste , Boulder 303.625.5487

WILLIAMS GRAND CANYON NEWS

GREAT CIRCLE MEDIA 1117 W. Route 66, Flagstaff 928.774.5231

GRENAX BROADCASTING II, LLC 2409 N. 4th St., Ste 101, Flagstaff 928.779.1177

PO Box 667, Williams 928.635.4426 www.williamsnews.com

YAVAPAI BROADCASTING CORPORATION PO Box 187, Cottonwood 928.634.2286 www.myradioplace.com Chamber Member

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RV Parks RAILSIDE RV RANCH 877 E. Rodeo Rd., Williams 928.635.4077 www.railsiderv.com

GRAND CANYON RAILWAY RV PARK 601 W. Franklin Ave., Williams 1.800.THE.TRAIN 9 www.thetrain.com Fully paved sites adjacent to Grand Canyon Railway Hotel and Depot

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INDOOR HEATED POOL • JACUZZI • HOT BREAKFAST 2488 West Route 66 Williams AZ 86046 928-635-4051 www.daysinn.com/williams

928-635-1515 RESERVATIONS 928-635-1414 FAX 128 E Route 66 Williams, AZ 86046

M S TA R H OT E L

ROUTE 66 GRAND CANYON

WWW.MSTARROUTE66INN.COM

COMING SUMMER 2016!

www.LQ.com

86046 AZ 86046 Williams, AZ Road, Williams, 1-800-SLEEPLQ Lake Road, Cataract Lake 1100 Cataract (753-3757) 1100 1-800-SLEEPLQ (753-3757)

The Historic Yellow House

…a perfectly charming vacation rental www.VRBO.com/515205 Elegant 4 bed/ 3 bath Near Route 66 2016

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Organizations

AMERICAN LEGION CORDOVA POST 13

KIWANIS CLUB OF WILLIAMS PO Box 414, Williams 928.669.9036

425 W. Grant Ave., Williams 928.635.4447

SAVE-MEANT TO RESCUE

ANYTIME STORAGE

2002 N. Airport Rd., Williams 928.635.4726

556 E. Frank Way, Williams 928.635.3001

ARIZONA HOTEL & LODGING ASSOCIATION

VFW MATTHEW J. BROEHM POST #12128 117 W. Route 66, Suite 190, Williams

1240 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix 602.604.0729

VISIT PHOENIX

CIVITAN FOUNDATION, INC./CAMP CIVITAN

400 E. Van Buren St., Ste 600, Phoenix 602.254.6500 www.visitphoenix.com

5008 N. Camp Civitan Rd., Williams 602.953.2944 www.civitanfoundationaz.org

WILLIAMS AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

COCONINO ASSOCIATION FOR VOCATIONS, INDUSTRY, & TECHNOLOGY (CAVIAT) PO Box 2188, Flagstaff 928.613.2169 www.caviat.org

COCONINO COUNTY CAREER CENTER Mailing address 110 E. Cherry , Location: 2625 N. King St., Flagstaff 928.679.7400 www.coconino.az.gov/careercenter

PO Box 814, Williams 701.361.2324

WILLIAMS FOOD BANK/ ST. AGNES APARTMENTS 200 S. 9th St., Williams 928.635.2913 www.fsl.org

WILLIAMS LIONS CLUB PO Box 277, Williams 928.635.0194

COTTONWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

WILLIAMS ROTARY CLUB

1010 S. Main St., Cottonwood 928.634.7593

PO Box 147, Williams

FRIENDS OF THE WILLIAMS AQUATIC CENTER 928.235.5321 www.williamsaquaticcenter.org

GRAND CANYON RENAISSANCE EXPERIENCE 928.635.2394

WLBC (WILLIAMS LODGING & BUSINESS COALITION) INC PO Box 951, Williams 928.433.2003

YES I CAN- WILLIAMS BOOSTER CLUB 928.848.8141

YOUNG LIFE’S LOST CANYON 1450 Perkinsville Road, Williams 928.635.2900

GREATER WILLIAMS COMMUNITY FUND Williams 928.526.1956

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Services AGAPE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

HOUNDDOG ELECTRIC 512 S. 3rd St., Williams 928.310.1362 www.hounddogelectric.com

928.224.2977 www.agape-it.com

ALTERNATIVE IMPRESSIONS, INC. 209 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.2645

JIM L. WINBOURN LANDSCAPING & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE PO Box 751, Williams 928.600.0904

ANYTIME STORAGE 556 E. Frank Way, Williams 928.635.3001

J’S ACCOUNTING & TAX SERVICES, LLC.

ARIZONA PUBLIC SERVICE

PO Box 664, Williams 928.635.9346 www.Jsaccounting.org

217 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.2667

ARIZONA REFLECTIONS MOBILE WASH DETAILERS

L.P.’S EXCAVATING 606 Frank Way, Williams 928.635.4204

928.526.9299 www.gotwax.com

LIFE LINE AMBULANCE SERVICE, INC.

ASHTON RIDGE, LLC PRINT-SIGN- DESIGN

1099 W. Iron Springs Rd., Prescott 928.445.3814 www.lifelineaz.com

PO Box 16193, Bellemont 928.713.3028

MOGOLLON ENGINEERING & SURVEYING

CLOVER HILL SHELL

411 W. Santa Fe Ave., Flagstaff 928.214.0214

2590 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.2416

FOOTEWORK AUTO LICENSE & TITLE SERVICE 820 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.2006 www.footework.com

GOLDEN EAGLE DISTRIBUTORS 1850 E. Butler Ave., Flagstaff 928.779.3634

GREGG FENDLEY/BENEFIT CONSULTING 940 N. Switzer Canyon Dr., Ste. 202, Flagstaff 928.779.4107 www.fendleybenefits.com

HERITAGE ACCOUNTING & TAX, LLC 321 E. Route 66, Williams 928.635.1900

NORTHERN ARIZONA SIGNS & GRAPHICS 1214 W. Kaibab Ln., Flagstaff 928.779.2008 www.noaz.com

O’BRIEN AUTO GLASS PO Box 391, Williams 928.607.4733 www.obrienautoglass.com

PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF FLAGSTAFF 4980 E. Railhead Ave., Flagstaff 928.526.0653 www.nackardcompanies.com

PGA CONSULTING SERVICES 949.697.9012 Chamber Member

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ROUTE 66 AUTO CARE, LLC

SUNSTATE EQUIPMENT CO.

801 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.1289

320 S. Babbitt Dr., Flagstaff 928.556.0165 www.sunstateequip.com

SANDOVAL’S TIRE & AUTO REPAIR

SUPERIOR PROPANE

711 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.2623 www.williamsmechanic.com

600 E. Frank Way, Williams 928.635.1314 www.superiorpropaneinc.com

SOLARTERRA DESIGN LLC

SWIRE COCA-COLA

7709 W. Painted Rock Trail, Williams 928.310.6654

2250 Flagstaff Ranch Rd., Flagstaff 928.213.5852

SPEEDCONNECT

TARGET EQUIPMENT RENTALS, LLC

7025 E. Florentine Rd., Ste 104, Prescott Valley 928.899.4330

287 S. Garland Prairie Rd., Williams 928.607.3112 www.targetequipment.com

STANTEC CONSULTING INC.

THE CLOUDNET GROUP

8211 S. 48th St., Phoenix 602.438.2200 www.stantec.com

127 S. Weber, Chandler 928.440.2064 www,cloudnetgroup.com

SUMMIT COMPUTER SERVICES

UNISOURCE ENERGY SERVICES, INC.

60 Table Top Dr., Sedona Flagstaff: 928.526.8892 SEDONA: 928.554.4708 www.SummitComputers.net

877.837.4968 www.uesaz.com

Government

VITAL LONGEVITY P.O. Box 3716, Flagstaff 928.221.9960

CITY OF WILLIAMS

MATT RYAN, SUPERVISOR DIST. 3

113 S. 1st St., Williams 928.635.4451

219 E. Cherry Ave., Flagstaff 928.779.6764 www.coconino.az.gov

JUNIPINE FIRE DEPARTMENT 7422 N. Ponderosa, Williams 928.635.3042

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WILLIAMS REALTY

BANKERS REAL ESTATE 106 S. Ninth St., Ste B, Williams 928.635.4404 www.bankersrealestate.com 28

712 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams 928.635.0408 billmiller@earthlink.net

PIONEER TITLE AGENCY, INC. 128 W. Grant Ave., Williams 928.635.9496 www.pioneertitleagency.com SUN MOUNTAIN PROPERTIES The Ross Team, Tom Ross, Realtor®, 929-699-0695 Tracy Ross, Realtor®, 929-499-8339

Education COCONINO COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2800 S. Lone Tree Rd., Flagstaff 3000 N. Fourth St., Flagstaff 475 S. Lake Powell Blvd., Page 800.350.7122 www.coconino.edu

WILLIAMS UNIFIED SCHOOLS PO Box 427, Williams 928.635.4473 www.wusd2.org

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ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 202 W. Grant, Williams 928.635.2781

ST. JOSEPH’S CATHOLIC CHURCH 900 W. Grant Ave., Williams 928.635.2430

THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LDS

Insurance & Banking

1111 Stockmens Rd., Williams 928.635.2778

ALLSTATE INSURANCE, 4 C’SONS AGENCY 116 S. 1st St., Williams 928.433.4090

321 E. ROUTE 66, STE B, WILLIAMS

FARMERS INSURANCE 325 W. Railroad Ave., Williams 928.635.2523 www.williamsgrandcanyoninsurance.com

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ARIZONA STATE CREDIT UNION

NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA 314 W. Route 66, Williams 928.635.7540 www.nbarizona.com

321 S. Beaver St., Flagstaff 800.671.1098 www.azstcu.org

FARM BUREAU INSURANCE 128 W. Grant St., Ste A, Williams 928.635.2181 Chamber Member

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2016E vents March

- Steam to the Canyon: Ride the 4960 Steam Engine to the Grand Canyon

April

- Steam to the Canyon: Ride the 4960 Steam Engine to the Grand Canyon

May

August

- Steam to the Canyon: Ride the 4960 Steam Engine to the Grand Canyon - Cool Country Cruise-In: Classic car show on Route 66 - Art Walk - Turns N Wraps (Dog Agility Contest) - Bryce Hefner Memorial Roping

- Steam to the Canyon: Ride the 4960 Steam Engine to the Grand Canyon - Gateway to the Canyon Arts & Crafts Fair - Run for the Wall: Motorcycle Parade on Route 66 - Jack Fuller Roping - Memorial Day Parade

September

June

October

- Steam to the Canyon: Ride the 4960 Steam Engine to the Grand Canyon - Cowpunchers Reunion Rodeo - World Series of Team Roping - Olsen Barrel Racing

July

- Steam to the Canyon: Ride the 4960 Steam Engine to the Grand Canyon - Art Walk - World Series of Team Roping - Olsen Barrel Races - Small Town 4th of July Parade - Turns N Wraps (Dog Agility Contest) - Flagstaff Kennel Club Show - Arizona State Amateur Radio Convention/ Swapfest - Nation of Patriots Tour- July 22 & 23

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- Steam to the Canyon: Ride the 4960 Steam Engine to the Grand Canyon - Art Walk - Mountain Man Run - Arizona Jr Rodeo Association - Man vs Machine Race Steam Train vs Bicycle - Howly Growly Owly at Bearizona - Pumpkin Patch Train at Grand Canyon Railway - Taste in Williams: Wine, Dine, and enjoy all Williams has to offer while supporting the Chamber of Commerce - Art Walk

November-December

- Mountain Village Holiday & Parade of Lights - Holiday Arts & Crafts Show - Polar Express

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