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ROUTE 66 WHITE MOUNTAIN GEOTOUR
Northeastern Arizona is a recreational gold mine. Fishing, hunting, off-roading, skiing, tubing, sledding, camping, and geocaching are plentiful throughout OUR Arizona! The Route 66 White Mountain GeoTour brings our communities together to showcase all of this and more so that you can explore Northeastern Arizona's small-town charm combined with great geocaching. Join us for an excellent sampling of the sights, sounds and experiences that make this expansive region special, and for the unique opportunity of a one-of-a-kind road trip and adventure that will be sure to have you coming back again and again! Welcome to OUR Arizona!
John Wayne’s historic 26 Bar Ranch in Eagar is still a working cattle ranch owned by the Hopi Tribe who continue the cowboy tradition.
We Are Navajo County – Our region is as diverse as the people that live here.
Woodland Lake Park is the gem of Pinetop-Lakeside. The 98-acre park is a beautiful location for walking, sports or simply nature watching, all nested around Woodland Lake. Come out for a stroll and bring the family.
Show Low, a city named by the turn of a card, depicts its heritage through the famous Cooley-Clark statue erected downtown in Festival Marketplace. The life-sized sculpture illustrates the legendary all-night card game between ranchers Corydon E. Cooley and Marion Clark, in which Clark told Cooley “SHOW LOW and the ranch is yours,” whereupon Cooley turned the deuce of clubs.
Snowflake has an historic home tour with majestic historic homes dating back to the 1800s.
Situated on an extensive basalt lava flow, Casa Malpais is the premiere archaeological site in the White Mountains of Arizona featuring an ancient astronomical calendar, a great kiva, stairways and rock art from the Mogollon culture.
St. Johns is nestled on the fringes of the Blue Hills. The Blue Hills are also called The Clay Hills and are a popular site for people to search for dinosaur bones, dinosaur teeth and arrowheads, ride ATVs, and sled down the hills year-round.
Taylor is home to a unique mix of pioneer tradition and cowboy culture which is reflected in the heart-pounding action at our annual Fourth of July Rodeo, the Wild West’s longest-running night rodeo.
Fresh water flows year-round to Winslow’s McHood Park, a recreational oasis for canoeing, swimming, fishing, picnicking, hiking and bird watching.