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Kingman Kingman History

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ingman prehistory belongs to the Patayan (old ones) Culture and their descendants; principally the Hualapai, Havasupai and Mojave tribes. Spaniards explored the area in search of gold as early as the 1500s. In 1857, Lt. Edward Beale’s U.S. Camel Corps located springs near Historic Downtown Kingman while surveying along the 35th parallel for the nation’s first Federally funded wagon road.

THINGS TO DO IN KINGMAN

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Railroad Crossing 1880: Lewis Kingman followed much of Beale Road while surveying for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. The railway reached the site of Kingman in March of 1883 and the first train pulled up in October 1883 carrying about 100 passengers. The town of Kingman began growing as people moved in to ranch, mine or set up business to service these growing industries. Kingman became a hub for supplies fed by the railroad. By 1887, Kingman was populous enough to be voted the new Mohave County seat, however the prior seat, Mineral Park, did not concede. According to folklore, a group of Kingmanites stole the county records in the dark of night and brought them to Kingman.

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1926: the highway paralleling the railroad through Kingman was officially certified US Highway 66. The Great Depression brought more than 200,000 people out west on Highway 66 in hopes of finding a new beginning. Route 66 became an essential part of Kingman’s personality.

The Sky’s the Limit 1929: Port Kingman, Arizona State’s first commercial airport, was established and dedicated by Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart as part of the Transcontinental Air Transport Inc., forerunner of TWA. Boulder Dam, as Hoover Dam was called between 1933 and 1947, was dedicated in 1935. That same year, Boulder Dam Kingman Highway (now Highway 93) was completed. Kingman was known as the “Gateway to Boulder Dam”. 1942: the Kingman Army Airfield was opened to train aerial gunners. About 36,000 gunners were trained here during WWII. After the war, many serviceman moved back to call Kingman their home. Kingman Army Airfield is the site of the present Kingman Airport Industrial Park. The former location of the original officer’s quarters is now home to Desert Diamond Distillery. Kingman incorporated soon after the war in 1952.

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Grand Canyon West This is the location for the world-famous Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass-floored, horseshoe-shaped suspension bridge that allows those with nerve to peer 4,000 feet down to the canyon floor and the Colorado River below. Built by the Hualapai Nation in 2007, this unique vantage point beyond the canyon walls feels like walking among the clouds. Skywalk has been featured on The Today Show and in a National Geographic documentary. The Culture Trip, one of the globe’s top travel websites, recently recognized Skywalk as one of “The 10 Most Beautiful Skywalks and Viewpoints In The World” for its “exhilarating views” of the canyon.

Wild, Wild West Paid admission to Grand Canyon West includes parking, shuttle transportation between the Hualapai Ranch, Guano Point and Eagle Point scenic overlooks, a visitation certificate, photo opportunities with members of the Hualapai Tribe and self-guided walks through the cowboy-themed Hualapai Ranch and a Native American village. Grand Canyon West offers the only helicopter tours to the bottom of the canyon and a pontoon ride along the Colorado River.

Whitewater rafting the Grand Canyon

Wet & Wild!

For visitors who have whitewater rafting the Grand Canyon on their bucket lists, Hualapai River Runners lets you avoid the years-long wait for rafting slots found elsewhere along the Canyon’s Rim. Hualapai River Runners employs experienced guides ready to take guests on a 40-mile excursion along the mighty Colorado River. This daylong adventure combines the rush of shooting whitewater rapids with a scenic, moderate hike and the serene views of a meandering float along one of America’s most gorgeous rivers. At day’s end, guests finish their journey by helicopter, soaring from the canyon floor to the sky above the rim. Kingman & Grand Canyon West

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INFORMATION Seligman (via Rt 66) Sierra Vista Tombstone Tucson Wickenburg Wickieup Williams Winslow Yuma Out of State City Albuquerque, NM Barstow, CA Bryce Canyon NP, UT (via Page) Chicago, IL Denver, CO (via Hwys 191, 160, 89) Las Vegas, NV Laughlin, NV Los Angeles, CA New York, NY (via Is 70, 44, 40)

Miles (km) Time 472 (760) 6 ½ hrs 206 (331) 3 hrs 427 (687) 7 hrs

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City/Attraction Bullhead City Flagstaff Chloride Grand Canyon Caverns Grand Canyon South Grand Canyon West Holbrook Jerome (via Hwy 89) Kayenta Keepers of the Wild Lake Havasu City Meteor Crater Monument Valley Oatman Page Parker Peach Springs Phoenix Prescott Quartzsite Sedona Seligman (via I-40)

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180 Papillon Helicopters 89 1301 Airport Rd, Boulder City, Nevada • 1.800.986.6971 • papillon.com/kingmapvv Seligman Crookton Williams Ask Fork Bellemont Flagstaff Winona Kachina 89 Village 89A Dambar & Steakhouse Drake Munds Park 1960 E Andy Devine Ave, Kingman • 928.753.3523 • dambarsteakhouse.com Sedona 17 Paulden Mattina’s Ristorante Italiano 89A 179 Clarkdale 318 E Oak St, Kingman • 928.753.7504 • mattanasristorante.com Village of Chino Valley Jerome Oak Creek Cottonwood The Kingman Airport Cafe 6000 Flightline Dr, Kingman • 928.757.4420 • kingmanairportcafe.com

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Are We There Yet? Adventure Vacation Rentals 2790 Tonto Dr. Unit 102 Lake Havasu City, AZ 86406 928-855-3225 • www.avrhavasu.com Fully furnished, luxury villas located minutes from the London Bridge. Buffalo Pointe Inn 437 W. Route 66, Williams • 480.244.8085 • www.buffalopointeinn.com La Quinta Inn & Suites Kingman 3419 Hotel Way, Kingman, AZ • 928.529.5070 • www.6781.lq.com Hualapai Mountain Resort 4525 Hualapai Mnt. Rd. Kingman • 928.757.3545 • hmresort.net

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Every effort is made to make this publication as accurate as possible. Kingman Arizona, Grand Canyon West and ROX Media LLC. & affiliated companies (collectively, the “Publishers”) will assume no responsibility for errors, changes or omissions. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any way without the express written permission of the Publishers. The Publishers make no endorsement, representation or warranty regarding any goods or services advertised in this publication. Unless otherwise noted, all images are courtesy of Kingman Arizona and Grand Canyon West. Advertisements are provided by the subject companies and the Publishers shall not be responsible or liable for any inaccuracy, omission or infringement of any third party’s rights therein, or for personal injury or any other damage or injury whatsoever. Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

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GIFT SHOP, SNACKS & BEVERAGES RV PARKING & BUSES WELCOME

MORE THAN 150 ANIMALS THAT INCLUDE A GRIZZLY BEAR, LIONS, TIGERS, LEOPARDS, COUGARS, PRIMATES, COYOTES, WALLABIES, BIRDS, HOOFED ANIMALS AND MORE

KEEPERS OF THE WILD

13441 E. HIGHWAY 66, VALENTINE, AZ

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WWW.KEEPERSOFTHEWILD.ORG Spacious Rooms • Complimentary Full-Hot Breakfast Outdoor pool • Indoor Hot Tub • Free WiFi

Kings Inn & Suites 2930 East Andy Devine, Kingman, Arizona 928-753-6101 • www.bwkingsinnaz.com

Kingman’s Newest Hotel

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uu 36 $45 CON OUT EX Arizona Inn • • 411 W Beale St • 928.753.5521 uuu 100 $99 HOT OUT EX • • • Best Western Plus, A Wayfarer’s Inn 2815 E Andy Devine Ave 928.753.6271 Best Western Plus, King’s Inn uuu 100 $97 HOT OUT EX • • • • 2930 E Andy Devine Ave 928.753.6101 uu 60 $79 HOT IN INT • • • • Comfort Inn 3129 E Andy Devine Ave 928.718.1717 uu 42 $50 CON OUT EX • • • Days Inn East 3381 E Andy Devine Ave 928.757.7337 uu 60 $50 CON OUT EX • • • • Days Inn West 3023 E Andy Devine Ave 928.753.7500 uu 30 $40 CON OUT EX • • • • Econo Lodge 3421 E Andy Devine Ave 928.757.7878 Economy Inn 18 $40 EX • 1250 W Beale St • 928.753.6171 El Trovatore Motel 50 $66 OUT EX • • 1440 E Andy Devine Ave 928.753.6520 Kitchenettes in some rooms uuu 86 $129 HOT OUT INT • Hampton Inn • • 1791 Sycamore Ave • 928.692.0200 High Desert Inn 15 $29 EX • 2803 E Andy Devine Ave 928.753.2935 u 25 $42 OUT EX • • • • Hill Top Motel 1901 E Andy Devine Ave 928.753.2198 uuu 75 $129 HOT OUT EX • • • • Holiday Inn Express 3031 E Andy Devine Ave 928.718.4343 uuu 60 $119 OUT INT Hualapai Lodge 900 Historic Route 66 Peach Springs • 928.769.2230 Kingman KOA Cabins 12 $54 OUT EX • • • • 3820 N Roosevelt Ave 928.757.4397 800.562.3991 uu 147 $40 CON OUT EX • • • • Knights Inn 3285 E Andy Devine Ave 928.757.4315 uuu 94 $85 CON IN INT • • • • La Quinta Hotel 3419 Hotel Way • 928.529.5070

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Circle S Campground 92 92 $30 • • 2360 Airway Ave $15 928.757.3235 tent Fort Beale RV 42 12 $30 • • • • 300 Metcalfe Rd 928.753.3355 Kingman KOA 100 82 $28 • • • • • 3820 N Roosevelt Ave $tent 928.757.4397 800.562.3991 41rv Sunrise RV 46 8 $36 • • 3131 Macdonald Ave 928.753.2277 Zuni RV 46 16 $38 • • • 2840 Airway Ave 866.887.ZUNI (9864)

Serving up Kingman’s finest dining options Hualapai Mtn. Resort 4525 Hualapai Mtn. Rd. Kingman Az 86401 928-757-3545 hmresort.net

• • • 30 Dambar & SteakhouSe 1960 e anDy Devine ave kingman, aZ 86401 928-753-3523 DambarSteakhouSe. com

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Camp Beale Spring

From downtown Kingman, drive west on Beale St. to Fort Beale Dr. Turn right, go approx. 1.5 miles and turn left into the parking lot. Established in 1871, there is now a walking trail to the spring and camp ruins. Required permit available at the Kingman Visitor Center and City Parks Dept.

Kingman Railroad Museum

Historic Downtown Kingman

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istoric Downtown Kingman has more than 40 sites and buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. While visiting the Kingman Visitor Center, be sure to pick up a walking-tour map and get a behind the scenes look at the history of this northwestern Arizona community.

Arizona Route 66 Museum*

120 W. Andy Devine Ave 928.753.9889 Tells the story of the Mother Road through brilliant murals, photos and life-size dioramas. hours Daily 9a-4:30p admission Adults $4, seniors $3, children free with adult (includes the Mohave Museum & Bonelli House). Last admission at 4p

Bonelli House Museum*

430 E. Spring Street • 928.753.1413 Take a guided tour of early settler life in the American West in this 1915 early settler home. hours Mon to Fri 11a-3p admission Adults $4, seniors $3, children free with adult (includes admission to the Mohave & Route 66 Museums). last admission at 2:30p

402 E. Andy Devine Ave • 928.718.1440 Located in Kingman’s historic train depot. See exhibits of model train layouts and displays of the history & influence that the railroad had on Kingman. hours Wed to Sun 9a-4p admission Adults $2, children free with accompanying adult

Locomotive Park

Located across the street from the Powerhouse Home to famed Santa Fe locomotive #3759. Get up close and examine this marvel of locomotive design while listening to the modern trains rolling by on the nearby tracks.

Mohave Museum of History & Arts*

400 W. Beale Street • 928.753.3195 • MohaveMuseum.org Provides a look into the Wild West and earlier times with unique exhibits chronicling mining, ranching, railroading and the indigenous people. hours Mon to Fri 9a-5p, and Sat 1p-5p admission Adults $4, seniors $3, children free with adult (includes the Route 66 Museum and Bonelli House). Last admission at 4p.

Rte 66 Electric Vehicle Museum*

120 W. Andy Devine Ave (located inside the Arizona Route 66 Museum) World’s first Electric Vehicle Museum opened in 2014 with displays from 1909 to present. hours Daily 9a-4:30p admission Admission into this semipermanent museum is included with the Arizona Route 66 Museum. Last admission at 4p.

White Cliffs Wagon Trail

From Beale St, turn onto Grandview Ave and continue to Lead St, turn right on Lead St and follow to the White Cliffs trail head (on right). See part of a wagon road used in the late 1800s to bring ore from the mines to the railroad in Kingman.

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GOLFING KINGMAN Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course

GOLFING EXPERIENCE

1001 Gates Avenue 928.753.6593 • CerbatCliffsGC.com An 18-hole championship golf course with golf pro shop and Sand Trap Restaurant. hours Open daily, 6:30am - 6pm admission Rate daily (weekend) 9-hole $20, ($21), 18-hole $37 ($39), Senior & Junior rates discounted.

Valle Vista Golf Course

9686 Concho Drive 928.757.3213 • ValleVistart66az.com Mild winters and temperate summers provide year around-golfing in this high desert Country Club. hours Summer 7am to dark, Winter 8am to dark admission 18 holes $32 before 10a, $25 10a to 2p, $20 after 2p

RECREATION Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area Camp Beale Loop Trail

Take Beale St west to Fort Beale Drive. Turn right and follow Fort Beale Drive 1.5 miles to trail-head paved entry road (on left) Camp Beale Loop Trail includes 3.2 miles (5.1 km) for hiking, mountain biking and equestrian use.

Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area Monolith Garden Trail

Two trail-heads located off of Hwy 93 (Beale St): 1. Follow Beale St heading west to Metwell Dr, turn left (½ mile north of I-40) 2. Located on Hwy 93 two miles west of Kingman, accessible via southbound travel lanes only Monolith Garden Trail includes 7 miles (11.2 km) for hiking, mountain biking and equestrian use.

Hualapai Mountain Park

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6250 Hualapai Mtn Rd 928.681.5700 • McParks.com Enjoy majestic views, hiking and biking (14 trails), picnicking, wildlife viewing, camping and cabin rentals nestled in the forest. Hualapai Mnt ATV Trail-head offers hundreds of miles of off-road adventure. hours Ranger station open daily 9a-5p, day use is 7a-7p admission Day-use entry $7, campsite $17, cabin rates vary Kingman & Grand Canyon West

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Alpacas of the Southwest

Keepers of the Wild

East of Kingman 15 miles (24 km) on I-40 928.225.1450 • southwestalpacatours.com Get up-close and personal with the friendly alpacas at this full-operating ranch with Crias and Alpacas. Gift shop with luxury alpaca clothing. hours Thurs to Mon 9:30a-3:30p Kid Friendly admission $7 per carload.

East of Kingman 34 miles (55 km) on Rt 66 928.769.1800 • KeepersoftheWild.org Non-profit sanctuary with over 150 exotic animals including lions, tigers, wolves and many more. hours Wed to Mon, 9a-5p admission Adults $20, Children (3-12) $12, Senior (65+) & Military $15, 2 and under are free. Add $10 per person for Guided Safari Tour (10a, 1p, 3:30p)

Chloride

North of Kingman 22 miles (34 km) on Hwy 93 to Chloride Road (MP 53), turn right continue 3 miles (5 km) • 928.565.2204 Founded in 1862, Chloride is one of the oldest continuously lived-in towns in Arizona and hosts shoot-outs at high noon on Saturdays. Near Chloride are hiking paths to petroglyphs and rock-art murals.

Lake Havasu City / London Bridge

Southeast of Kingman 59 miles (95 km) GoLakeHavasu.com The City of London sought a buyer for the London Bridge and Lake Havasu City founder Robert McCulloch placed the winning bid. The London Bridge was rededicated in Lake Havasu City in 1971.

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North of Kingman 70 miles (113 km) on Hwy 93 866.730.9097 • USBR.gov/LC/HooverDam Hoover Dam Tour is an hour guided tour, the Powerplant Tour is 30-minute guided tour. Both include admission to the Visitor Center. hours 9a-5p (Visitor Center) admission Adults $15, Juniors (4-16) & Seniors (62+) $12, under 4 free. $10 parking. l

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North of Kingman 71 miles (114 km) 888.868.9378 • GrandCanyonWest.com Walk the sky 4,000 feet above the canyon floor, stroll through Indian Village or take a helicopter ride into the Grand Canyon. hours Vary by season, open daily dawn to dusk. admission Entry $49.92 per person (taxes included), Skywalk additional $21.65 ($71.57 total)

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East of Kingman 62 miles (100 km) on Route 66 928.422.3223 • GCCaverns.com image courtesy of Tim Wilson Descend by elevator 21 stories for a 45-minute guided tour along paved, lighted trails. hours Winter 9a-4p, Summer 9a-5p admission Adults $20.95, Children (6-12) $13.95

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DAY TRIPS Grand Canyon West®, Home of the Skywalk®

Laughlin, NV

West of Kingman 35 miles (56 km) on Hwy 68 Laughlin is like a mini old-time Las Vegas with 12 casinos and a river walk. Located along the Colorado River and Lake Mohave, there are fishing, boating and swimming opportunities.

Walk the Sky at the Grand Canyon Skywalk®, 4,000 feet above the canyon floor. Stroll through the structures at Indian Village and see Native American performances. Take a helicopter ride into the Grand Canyon, ride a pontoon boat for a gorgeous glance of the canyon walls and walk the High Point Hike at Guano Point to witness an awe-inspiring 360° view. It promises to be an exhilarating natural experience!

Oatman

West of Kingman 28 miles (45 km) on Rt 66 OatmanGoldRoad.org An authentic, western ghost town and mining camp named for pioneer-turned-Indian-captive Olive Oatman. Best known for wild burros and wild west shows that start at high noon daily. Horseback rides are available at Oatman Stables May to September. Havasupai Campground

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Head east and take a detour to Arizona’s only open-to-thepublic distillery, or to the two wineries just 7-miles off Route 66 in tranquil desert vistas. Further east is the Hackberry General Store museum & gift shop, Keepers of the Wild wildlife sanctuary, the town of Peach Springs with the only road (unpaved) into the Grand Canyon, and the Grand Canyon Caverns, an original Route 66 attraction with tours of Earth’s 3rd largest dry limestone caverns. Afterward, follow Rt 66 to Seligman and have an ice-cream at the legendary Snow Cap or visit Angel’s Barber Shop. Pick up I-40 here and follow it to AZ 64 in Williams, head north one hour to the Grand Canyon South Rim.

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On a giant 6-story high screen! The National Geographic Visitor Center is the ultimate place to prepare for your Grand Canyon adventure and is home to the world’s most watched IMAX® film ever. Grand Canyon - The Hidden Secrets is a spectacular 34 minute film that explores the innermost depths of Grand Canyon, taking viewers to places they might never go. The Visitor Center offers services such as Grand Canyon information, free maps, National Geographic Store, tour reservations, National Park Pass sales, and an Explorers Café featuring Pizza Hut Express. Located on highway 64, one mile south of the Entrance to Grand Canyon National Park South Rim. For more info call 928-638-2468 or visit ExploreTheCanyon.com.

Meteor Crater

See where Apollo astronauts trained and experience the impact! Visit the best-preserved meteorite impact site on Earth. The visitor center at the crater offers guided rim tours daily (weather permitting), observation desks, an interactive discovery center, Astronaut Memorial Park, and a gift and rock shop. This popular landmark is located 35 miles east of Flagstaff on Interstate 40. For those travelling in RV’s, we have a convenient big-rig friendly RV Park located just off Interstate 40 at Exit 233. For more info call 800-289-5898 or visit MeteorCrater.com.

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Hualapai Mountain Park is a sky island in contrast to the desert landscape, with pine and juniper trees amidst granite rock formations. Elevations from 5000’ to 8400’ make it an oasis from the summer heat and a snowy playground in winter. Hike or bike miles of trails and enjoy abundant wildlife viewing of birds, fox, deer and elk. Pitch a tent for a camp out or check into one of the rustic cabins.

Route 66 West to London Bridge

Take Historic Route 66 west to the living ghost town of Oatman and experience the Wild West as it was 100-years ago. Witness daily gunfights and stroll the eclectic collection of shops alongside wild burros, descendants of the burros that worked the mines a century ago. Then continue on Route 66 (southwest) to I-40. Turn east to AZ Hwy 95 South (exit 9) and follow it to Lake Havasu City and the London Bridge.

Colorado River (Bullhead City, AZ / Laughlin, NV) Head west for 1,000 miles of Colorado River shoreline bordering Mohave County. Go fishing at Davis Camp or rent a personal watercraft in Bullhead City. Cross the river into Laughlin, ‘Little Vegas’, for gaming and entertainment. Chloride to Hoover Dam

Head North on Hwy 93 to Chloride, a haven for artists. This 1860s mining town once had over 75 mines producing gold, silver and copper. Visit Roy Purcell’s murals or prehistoric petroglyphs. Saturdays at high noon, it comes to life with gunslingers and a shoot-out.

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he Grand Canyon Skywalk has truly given the most unique perspective of the Grand Canyon. Brace yourself as you walk out over the canyon’s edge, suspended 4,000 ft. (1200 km) above the canyon floor. The completely transparent glass-bottom bridge gives you all the excitement of literally walking the sky, as you traverse over almost 5 inches of glass.

When the Skywalk first opened Two 2-½ inch panels of glass were placed onto one another. However, when the guests would walk over the glass they would hear an eerie screech of the glass creaking and moving, so a plastic buffer was later inserted.

Since its completion

Explore Riverside Drop Into the Canyon by Helicopter for a River Cruise If you are looking for an aerial view of the Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon West can certainly accommodate. Come explore with us, looking out over the canyon’s edge without the constraints of guardrails or fences. This provides the viewer with the most natural, unrestricted views and photo opportunities. If you find this a bit tame for your adventurous heart, then perhaps a helicopter ride, that flies you right into the heart of the canyon, is more to your liking.

The Grand Canyon Skywalk has been awarded several awards, including one of the top observation decks in the world. This world renowned attraction has been providing thrills for those of both the adventurous and curious travelers alike.

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the amazing helicopter ride enjoy sitting back on a smooth river cruise, where you get a completely different perspective of the grandest canyon of them all. Board one of our pontoon boats and take a smooth cruise, filled with facts and plenty of photo opportunities, or explore a natural waterfall with our all-new tour in Emery Falls.

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estled on Historic Route 66 between, Seligman, Arizona and Kingman, Arizona. The Hualapai Lodge is located in Peach Springs, Arizona. Peach Springs was established in 1881, when the Atlantic Pacific Railroad made their survey. The name Peach Springs was taken from a spring located a few miles to the north. In 1883, the railroad was built through the village and it grew quite rapidly. The village took on steady growth in the late 1920s as travel on “66” increased. By the 30s and 40s, there were at least 7 gas stations in Peach Springs. ‘The only road to the bottom of the Grand Canyon,’ that coined phrase holds true to this day, Diamond Creek Road is still the only road to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. With your purchase of a Diamond Creek permit, you can drive that road to the river’s edge; or take advantage of our Rendezvous package which includes a night at the Hualapai lodge, a Diamond Creek permit and a lunch to take with you. Visit grandcanyonwest.com or call our reservation center at 928-769-2230.

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Hualapai Ranch cabins are available all year around. Stay with us, and enjoy some old-fashion hospitality. The Hualapai Ranch offers a place to hang your hat after a long day of adventure and sights. Trust us, a warm shower and a campfire with s’mores is the perfect ending to a long day of snapping photos and posing. Hualapai Ranch amenities include the Dining Hall climate-controlled eatery, live performances, and campfire stories and s’mores. No need to look for that signal, because your cabin is an authentic throwback from the Old West; no television or phones. Remove yourself from all the modern distractions as we call them, and truly enjoy the stars, while you look up and see the Milky Way like never before. Unless of course it’s a full moon out, then enjoy that oversized glow.

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Home of Big Red’s handcrafted wines COME EXPERIENCE THE CELLA WINES FIRST HAND FEATURING: • Cabernet Sauvignon • Zinfandel • Merlot • Chardonnay • Syrah • Sangiovese • Malbec 6927 E. Brooks Blvd. Kingman, AZ

(928) 692-9600 (714) 402-4878

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Eagle Point Sa’ Nyu Wa – Canyon View

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fter leaving the Hualapai Ranch, come to Eagle Point, where you can see the all-natural rock formation set in the canyon wall. Sa’ Nyu Wa or Home of the Eagle, is not only home to the famed Skywalk but also has a unique visitor center for guests to learn a little bit more about the indigenous tribe of the Hualapai. For your cultural and educational experience take a walk around our American-Indian Village where several dwellings and tribes are showcased and exhibited. While at Eagle Point be sure to stop and see our live performances by traditional tribal representatives and be sure to catch one of our intertribal performances. Performances are live and scheduled every day. At Grand Canyon West we are committed to providing a glimpse of our legacy and culture while you visit.

THINGS TO DO Cerbat Lanes Bowling Alley

3631 Stockton Hill Rd. • 928.692.1835 • CerbatLanesAZ.com Cerbat Lanes has 24 lanes with a video game arcade, full service pro shop and snack bar & grill hours Open daily, hours vary by day (call for hours) admission Call for prices

Desert Diamond Distillery

4875 N Olympic Drive 928.757.7611 • DesertDiamondDistillery.com Tour Arizona’s only “open to the public” Micro-Distillery. Small batch, award-winning, hand-crafted rums and vodkas. hours Open Sun, Mon &Thurs 10a-5p; Fri & Sat 10a-6p admission Tour $5, Full flight $10 (includes glass)

Cella Winery

6927 E. Brooks Blvd. • 928.682.9600 Northwestern Arizona’s only winery with estate wines, located a short drive off of Route 66. hours Open Fri & Sat 11a-5p, Sun 12a-6p admission Wine tasting $5

Stetson Winery & Event Center

10965 N Moonscape Way • 928.757.7206 • StetsonWinery.com Northwestern Arizona’s only winery event center, located a short drive off of Route 66. hours Open Fri & Sat 11a-4p, Sun 12a-4p admission Wine tasting $5

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Guano Point Visit a More Serene Period in Hualapai History

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uano Point is arguably the best point of the entire Grand Canyon, you definitely want to make sure you stop here. With a 320 degree view, and photo opportunities everywhere, Guano Point is a breathtaking Grand Canyon experience. Take a hike to the top of the anthills, see the remains of an old car used as a movie prop and feel refreshed as you see views untouched. Used as the location for several filming endeavors, Guano Point will leave you speechless and intrigued. Guano Point is also home of an old mining operation that for a brief period, mined bat droppings or bat guano out of a mine from across the canyon.

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Dreamcatchers AND ART

KINGMAN CANADA MART 210 W Andy Devine (on RT 66) Kingman, Arizona 86401 928.753.2400 Kingmancanadamart.com @kingmancanadamart


Hualapai River Runners The Hualapai Lodge is also headquarters to the oldest and only Native American-owned rafting company. 42-seasons strong and counting, first established in 1973, the Hualapai River Runners started as the only one-day whitewater rafting trip in the Grand Canyon. The trip itself continues to draw adventurers and thrillseekers to Peach Springs, Arizona.

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a scenic 21-mile drive down Diamond Creek Road, meet your river guide, nestle into your life jacket and hold on. Your day has just began, get ready for an afternoon trip full of memory-making adventures with plenty of photo opportunities. Be sure to check out our new 2-day paddle tour. For more information and trip details visit us at grandcanyonwest.com.

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Walapai Market on Route 66 The latest edition to the ever-expanding enterprises owned and operated by the Hualapai Tribe, the Walapai Market is a very important cornerstone that is helping revitalize the community. Offering a full-service deli, made-to-order menu, Internet coffee house and café, the Walapai Market is quickly establishing its roots as the one stop shop on Route 66.

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ince its grand opening this past summer, the Walapai Market has opened a gas station that features both gasoline and diesel fuels. The market is not shy about sharing its Internet with you, hit the WiFi hotspot and update all your social media accounts. Just don’t forget to tell them where you are –The Walapai Market on Route 66.

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