Time to step into the old west where shoot outs and train robberies took place. And let’s not forget the famous and historic Route 66.

Williams is surrounded by the world’s largest ponderosa pine forest. You can explore the Kaibab National Forest’s 1,00 miles of U.S. Forest Service roads. Elevations range from close to 3,000 feet to 10,418 feet on top of Kendrick Mountain

Located in northern Arizona. It's known as a gateway to Grand Canyon National Park via the Grand Canyon Railway. Historic Route 66 has Americana-style shops and restaurants dating back to the early 1900s.

Williams is a great tourist town with so many things to do from nightly shootouts, train rides, wildlife parks, amazing camping spots, museums and let’s not forget breweries and places to eat.

You might want to consider extending your trip and spend time living in the old west.

Let’s get our kicks on Route 66. Hope to see you there

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