Winslow's Annual Standing on the Corner Festival
The last Friday and Saturday in September every year
(the 2017 Festival will be September 23rd & 24th)
A two day celebration featuring live bands, arts & crafts, food vendors, live auction, beer garden and much more. Come "Take it Easy" in Winslow Arizona.
Eagle Pavillion 523 W. Second St.Winslow, Arizona 86047
For more information, please call the Winslow Chamber of Commerce at
Twin Arrows Casino
Located just east of historically rich Flagstaff, Arizona, with the majestic San Francisco Peaks serving as its western backdrop.
Just a 30 minute drive west of Quality Inn Winslow
Historic Winslow Arizona
There's plenty to see and do right here in Winslow!
Standin' on the Corner Park (click here for website)
rizonaOld Trails Museum (click here for website)
Winslow's 911 Remeberance Garden This memorial is dedicated to the tragic events of that September day in 2001 and Northern Arizona's promise that "we will never forget". Our Remembrance Garden is located on the corner of East 3rd Street and Transcon Lane. (from I-40, exit 255). There you will find, as the centerpiece of the garden, the touching display of actual wreckage from the World Trade Center. The 14 and 15 foot beams were entrusted to the citizens of Winslow by the City of New York. They are the largest pieces given to any community in the nation.
Historic LaPosada Hotel, a Harvey House (click here for website)
Brigham City restoration sight of a fort built by Mormon pioneers in 1876. Brigham City is just off I-40, Exit 253, west on North Road to La Prade Lane (click here for Website)
Clear Creek a wide range of outdoor activities at nearby Clear Creek, including canoeing, fishing, swimming and picnicking., located 10 minutes (five miles) outside of downtown Winslow. Call the parks host at (928) 699-8808 for more information.
For more to see and do right here in Winslow, visit the Winslow Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center (click here for website) located in the historic Hubbell Building
Homolovi State Park
In the high grassland of 14th century northern Arizona, an ancient people found a home along the Little Colorado River. These people, the Hisat'sinom (known to archaeologists as the Anasazi), paused in their migrations to till the rich flood plain and sandy slopes before continuing north to join people already living on the mesas, people who are today known as the Hopi.
Petrified Forest State Park and The Painted Desert
Best known for globally significant Late Triassic fossils, the park attracts many researchers. Geologists study the multi-hued Chinle Formation. Archeologists research over 13,000 years of history. Biologists explore one of the best remnants of native Arizona grassland. Air quality is an ongoing study in the park. Discover your own passion at Petrified Forest!
The Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site
The squeaky wooden floor greets your entry into the oldest operating trading post on the Navajo Nation. When your eyes adjust to the dim light in the "bullpen" you find you've just entered a mercantile. Hubbell's has been serving Ganado selling groceries, grain, hardware, horse tack, coffee and Native American Art since 1878.
Discover Hubbell Trading Post NHS, where history is made every day.
Visit the world's best preserved meteorite impact site just minutes from Interstate 40 in Northern Arizona near Winslow. Meteor Crater is the breath-taking result of a collision between a piece of an asteroid traveling at 26,000 miles per hour and planet Earth approximately 50,000 years ago.
Walnut Canyon National Monument
Come gaze across the curved canyon walls! Among the remarkable geological cliff formations of the canyon itself, the shapes of the former homes of ancient inhabitants of Walnut Canyon are easily evident. On a hike along the Rim or Island Trails you can imagine what life was like along and within Walnut Canyon while visiting actual pueblos and walking in the steps of those who came before us.
Canyon de Chelly national Monument
(pronounced "de shay") For nearly 5,000 years, people have lived in these canyons - longer than anyone has lived uninterrupted anywhere on the Colorado Plateau. Their homes and images tell us their stories. Today, Navajo families make their homes, raise livestock, and farm the lands in the canyon.
Sunset Crater National Monument
Roughly 900 years ago, the eruption of this volcano reshaped the surrounding landscape, forever changing the lives of people, plants and animals. Hike the trail through the lava flow and cinders and you’ll likely discover colorful, ruggedly dramatic geological features coexisting with twisted Ponderosa Pines and an amazing array of wildlife.
Wupatki National Monument
In one of the warmest driest places on the Colorado Plateau, with little obvious food or water, people lived and others visited from far and wide. Trade items from the Pacific to the Gulf of Mexico have been discovered here. Eventually the builders of Wupatki and nearby pueblos moved on, but on trails, and through items left behind, you can let their stories touch you!
Historic Flagstaff Arizona
Surrounded by natural wonders like the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff offers dozens of inns, a multitude of hotel and motel accommodations, conference and meeting venues, more than 200 restaurants, numerous night spots, and a variety of cultural, historic and scientific attractions. Visitors from all over the world are attracted to our clean mountain air, year-round outdoor recreation opportunities, historic downtown charm and our Western legacy of pioneer ranchers, railroad builders and lumbermen.
Grand Canyon National Park
A powerful and inspiring landscape, Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size. Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate a canyon that is 277 river miles (446km) long, up to 18 miles (29km) wide, and a mile (1.6km) deep.
Grand Canyon Visitor Center and IMAX Theater
Located at the South Rim entrance of the Grand Canyon, the Visitor Center provides news, travel information about Grand Canyon attractions, hotels, a variety of selected Grand Canyon tours and Park passes. Visitors can take part in interactive exhibits to learn about the Grand Canyon, watch our famous IMAX® movie and talk to local area representatives. Inside the center guests can also enjoy a meal at our Explorer's Café dining area which includes Pizza Hut®, fresh deli sandwiches and other items or take their time to browse through our National Geographic® branded merchandise store.
For discount coupons for the IMAX Theater, please visit the Winslow Visitor's Center at 523 W. Second St. Phone: (928) 289-2434
Sipaulovi Hopi Information Center
This is a place we have called home for more than a thousand years. Over 7,000 people live within the Hopi Nation in twelve villages located along Highway 264. It is a privilege to visit the Hopi villages.
Jacks Canyon (Sport Rock Climbing)
Features over 200 steep limestone climbing routes concentrated in a section of the canyon called Moenkopi. Located on national forest land in an isolated section of Northern Arizona, Moenkopi offers steep, spectacular climbing on immaculate stone. All routes are well-protected. A five minute approach will take you to an abundance of top quality routes from 5.5 to 5.13. With free camping and incredible year-round climbing only 30 minutes from I-40, Jacks Canyon is a destination crag! From I-40 take Winslow exit 253 (North Park Dr.) and travel south approximately one mile to Second St. (one way east) and turn east (left). Drive several blocks to the traffic light, turn right (south) onto Highway 87. Continue south on Highway 87 approximately 30 miles to mile marker 313.7 and turn right, through gate (always close gate).
To obtain a guide call Deidre Burton at (928) 289-4989
Rock Art Ranch
Rock Art Ranch offers a variety of experiences for the most avid adventurer or the most casual tourist. The ranch, situated in a remote area between Holbrook and Winslow, Arizona, off Interstate 40, is home to one of the finest stands of Anasazi petroglyphs in the Southwest. Rock Art Ranch is a working cattle ranch. Visitors will be treated to sweeping vistas of the San Francisco Peaks, the volcanic buttes of the Navajo Reservation, the pinks and vermillions of the Painted Desert, and an occasional Santa Fe train in the distance. Rock Art Ranch is approximately 13 miles from Winslow. Rock Art Ranch is open from May 1st to Nov. 1st. Small group tours will be only on Saturday afternoon @ 1:00 p.m. Large group tours will be any weekday. Prices depend on the number of patrons and activities desired. Closed Sundays.
Call for reservations. (928) 288-3260 for more information. Reservations must be made in advance
Grand Falls Arizona
Known to many as “Chocolate Falls” because of its muddy color, this massive waterfall is higher than Niagara Falls, with a vertical relief of 185 feet. The best time to see the falls is after snow melting in early spring and after a summer thunderstorm. The falls are located 48 miles northwest of Winslow. From Winslow, take I-40 west to Exit 245. Take SR-99 north to Leupp, then SR-15 west to the sign reading, “Grand Falls Bible Church”. Turn right on this road, which is very rough. The road will end at the Little Colorado River. A short, ¼ mile trail will lead to the overlook. Picnic tables and grills are available. This area is on the Navajo Reservation, so stay on the main roads and respect private property. No admission charge. Handicap access is extremely limited. Use of a high clearance or four wheel drive vehicle is recommended.
Seven Wonders Scenic Tours
Our tours are tailored to your needs and interests and include as destinations not only the Grand Canyon but the following locations: Antelope Canyon, The Arboretum at Flagstaff, Bryce Canyon, Canyon de Chelly, Glen Canyon, the Homolovi Ruins, Hopi Land, the Hubbell Trading Post, Jerome, Lake Powell, Lees Ferry, Lowell Observatory, Meteor Crater, Montezuma Castle, Monument Valley, the Museum of Northern Arizona, Navajo Land, Oak Creek Canyon, the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, the Pioneer Museum, Rainbow Bridge, Riordan Mansion, the Rock Art Ranch, Sedona, Sunset Crater Volcano, the Tuzigoot Ruins, the Vermilion Cliffs, Walnut Canyon, the Wupatki Ruins and Zion Canyon. We use new or late-model sedans and vans for each trip, and, to commence the tour, we will pick you up at your lodging. We also offer a step-on guide service using your vehicle. Please see the remainder of our website for additional information. (We are in the process of upgrading the photographic content of our site and, when we have finished doing so, will provide pictures of all of our destinations.)
Navajo Nation Tourism Department
The Navajo Nation extends into the states of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico, covering over 27,000 square miles of unparalleled beauty. The Navajo Reservation is home to more than a dozen national monuments, tribal parks and historical sites, and is peppered with a dozen lakes and ponds - Lake Powell alone has 186 miles of Navajoland shoreline.
Here, you can step back in time and see how the ancient ones - the Anasazi people - lived thousands of years ago. The Navajo Nation has an array of ancient ruins, including the world renowned Navajo National Monument and the tranquil Chaco Culture National Historical Park. From the towering formations of Monument Valley to the majestic red sandstone walls and lush green valley floor of Canyon de Chelly, this is a land of great contr asts. We invite you to Discover Navajo.
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