Winslow, Arizona is located in the heart of what was the vibrant American West. Here you'll find history rich in Native America, Route 66, and the cross-country railroads.
1. Explore the Homolovi Ruins State Park: Featuring ruins from a Hopi civilization, this park is a beautiful spot to appreciate the Arizona sunsets and the historic scenery.
2. Let loose at Clear Creek: For all the outdoorsmen coming to visit, Clear Creek offers, fishing, swimming, hiking, and canoeing. More adventurous people can take their canoes to the canyon, a quiet and secluded spot.
3. Take a look back at the Old Trails Historical Museum: This museum is located in a historic building that used to be a bank in the early 1900s. The museum includes exhibits on western life in the early 1900s, including Native American artifacts, Route 66, Harvey Hotels, and the Santa Fe Railroad.
4. Remembrance Garden: This park is dedicated to the memory of September 11, 2001. It features as its centerpiece two of the largest pieces of wreckage from Ground Zero given to any community by the City of New York.
5.It all began at the “Standin' on the Corner” Park: A line from The Eagles' hit song “Take It Easy” made this corner famous: “Standin'on a corner in Winslow, Arizona….” Visitors now come to the park to see the statues and murals devoted to the song, and the bricks with explanatory inscriptions.