Flagstaff is a community rich with cultural diversity, beauty, and history as well as amazing educational, recreational and scientific opportunities. At 7,000 feet elevation, Flagstaff is considered a high altitude semi-desert location. Flagstaff known as the city of pines has four different seasons making it a perfect location for tourist attraction. More about Flagstaff ...

Parks, Arizona is a cool secret, nestled in the pines at over 7000 ft. between Williams and Flagstaff, on I-40. This rural community is surrounded by Nation Forest. In fact, it sits in the largest stand of Ponderosa Pine in the world. You get the feeling of being way out in the woods, but Arizona's third largest city, Flagstaff, is only 20 minutes away.

The white capped mountains of the San Francisco Peaks loom in the horizon providing a vista unmatched anywhere in the United States. This small community offers a country lifestyle with a focus on quality living. Summer Cabins, Luxury Homes, Ranches and all with easy access to I-40.

Parks is an Equestrian community. The area is full of serious horse lovers! The best riding in the State of Arizona can be found right out most backyards in Parks. The scenery is beautiful and there are endless Forest Service Roads that make great trail rides. Lucille Ball had a ranch here in the 1950's.

Parks is a historic community comprised of several small subdivisions spread over approximately 50 square miles.The air is clean, the scenery beautiful and a genuine small town atmosphere prevails, get ready to wave back to each passing car.

This area is a nature lovers paradise. Elk, deer, antelope, coyote, fox, wild turnkey, raccoon and the indigenous Kaibab Squirrel abound and many residents name their favorite backyard visitors. Bird watchers can view the American Bald Eagle, Stellars Jay, Pygmy Nut hatches along with our summer visitors from Mexico: the colorful Hummingbirds, just to name a few.

If you enjoy an active pursuit of the outdoors, no other area provides the diversity of trails, Forest Service roads, open forest and ranges, not to mention world class cross-country ski trails that are wonderful to explore on summer afternoons.

Williams, Arizona is known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon®." Williams is a quaint mountain town that has the personality of an authentic western village plus the convenience of clean modern motel accommodations, RV parks, bed & breakfasts, restaurants, gas stations and gift shops. Historic old town Williams is full of interesting shops and galleries.
In 1901, the Santa Fe Railroad extended its line from Williams to the Grand Canyon making the town the true "Gateway to the Grand Canyon ®." Today you can take the train from Williams to the Grand Canyon.
Williams' entire downtown area has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. You will discover Williams offers a great combination of lodging, meals, shopping and entertainment. Williams was the last town in America on Historic Route 66 to be bypassed by Interstate 40.

Seligman, Arizona is a Route 66 town all the way. This delightful town retains all the flavor of the old road. Take the time to exit I-40 and go over to the town about a mile away. You will be glad you did.

This delightful town retains all the flavor of the old Route 66. A trip down Route 66 in Seligman is a trip back in time to the days when Route 66 was the Main Street of America.

It’s the town that marks the beginning of Arizona's Historic Route 66, the longest continuous stretch of Route 66 still in existence. It’s the town where the past and the present exist in harmony. It’s a main street community with eclectic charm.

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Kingman is an affordable community, located in the midst of breathtaking natural beauty with the sunbelt lifestyle. Kingman's elevation, at 3,336 feet, provides an ideal southwestern climate -- neither too hot nor too cold! Our dry climate is pollen-free, to add to its healthy attributes.

Whatever you need for your travel, Kingman has it. Lots of motels, and very wide variety of restaurants, and place to see and enjoy.

All About Kingman - A great resource on Kingman, over 1,000 pages!
Kingman Historic District
Kingman's Finest Neighborhoods
As you enter the Kingman area from the east, you will be amazed to find a broad valley filled with homes in all price ranges, and more things to do than you can shake a stick at. It is a great place to live.
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