Ready to find out more?

Visit us at Go Kingman for a full schedule of events


Fun Run 2018 is just around the corner! Join us on the Mother Road from Seligman to Topock Arizona! May 4th through the 6th with the 31th Annual Show and Shine in Kingman on May 5th! Email or call us to register!

Registration Form


Arizona is home to some of the most iconic and well-known places on Route 66. From east to west, there are many different communities that encompass the Route 66 spirit and help keep the Mother Road culture alive!

Learn More

Passport Program

Your passport is a snapshot of the many wonders across Arizona’s stretch of Route 66.Each stamp collection stop along the way is also the perfect place to get recommendations for local eateries, lodging, and attractions.

You can pick up your passport when you arrive in Arizona, contact the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona office at 928-753-2001, for the closest location offering passports.

Stay Tuned for More

About the Association

For almost 90 years Route 66 has been more than an asphalt highway, it remains a lasting part of American history thanks to the heart and soul of its people. On February 18, 1987, a group of 15 passionate individuals met at the Copper Cart restaurant in Seligman, Arizona, and formed the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona (Association).  Led by Angel Delgadillo, a barber who grew up on Route 66, this group of passionate people wouldn’t allow the bypassing of the Highway to bypass the heart and soul of America.

Route 66 may have been created simply as the first cross-continental highway, but today it remains a lasting part of American history with world-wide importance. Route 66 might have been just a page in history books if it weren’t for the Association which led the rebirth of Route 66 and put Route 66 back on the map, not just in Arizona, but across all eight states.


Today, this non-profit, all-volunteer Association remains tireless champion of the Route. Working relentlessly, the Association has never lost sight of its mission to preserve, protect, and promote the Route.  Over the years, the Association’s efforts have resulted in Arizona’s segment of Route 66 being designated as an Arizona Historic Road, a National Scenic Byway, and attaining All-American Road status, the highest National designation possible.  In addition, the Association continues to assist all of Arizona’s Route 66’s communities with preservation and marketing projects.

For membership information contact the Association at 928-753-5001, or when you’re in Kingman, stop into the Association’s gift shop in the historic Powerhouse right on Route 66.


Become a Member

Join us on our mission of preserving and protecting the Mother Road. We have individual, lifetime and business membership opportunities. Become a part of the legend that is Historic Route 66. Email