There’s a place in Arizona along the historic Route 66 where people still “take it easy.”

Take It Easy

Winslow, located on Route 66, gained fame through songs and cultural references. Winslow is also known for its rich history, including Native American culture, railroad history, and Route 66 nostalgia.

One of the main attractions in Winslow is the Standin’ on the Corner Park, which features a statue of Jackson Browne standing on a corner, as well as murals and other artwork depicting the famous song “Take it Easy” by the Eagles.


at a local cafe.


in a historic hotel.

& Play

in our backyard.

Your Winslow Vacation Begins Here

Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway or a family vacation, Winslow has everything you’re looking for! 
If you need helping planning your ultimate vacation to Northern Arizona, we’d be glad to help.

Standin' on the Corner Park

Come stand on the most famous “corner” of Historic Route 66. The park features a life-sized bronze statue, a mural, & a flatbed Ford.


Craters, waterfalls, National Parks & Monuments, painted deserts, canyons, petroglyphs, and more.


From 9-11 memorials and famous hotels to museums and parks. We have a number of local attractions for everyone.


Come check out our Hopi Cultural Center, the Harvey Girls, and of course all things Route 66.

Upcoming Events

Throughout the year we have a number of events that appeal to the locals and our visitors. Be sure to check with the chamber of commerce for updated information. 

Annual Easter
Egg Hunt

Over 15,000 eggs for the kiddos to find and collect.

4th of July

Celebrate the 4th of July as we parade through town

Standin' on the Corner Festival

A 2-day festival filled with Entertainment, Vendors, Food & Fun

of Trees

Beautiful display of Christmas trees for viewing and bidding.

There’s always something going on in Winslow, AZ.


Cinco De Mayo
Annual Northern Arizona Poker Run


Winslow Chamber of Commerce Fundraiser “A Taste of Winslow


July 4th Fireworks
Winslow Freedom Festival
High Desert Fly-In


A Mids Summer Day in Winslow
Suvoyuki Day


9-11 Memorial Services
Annual “Standin’ On The Corner” Festival
The High Desert Piecemakers Quilt Guild Show
Winslow Fire Truck Tug
Day of the Dead


Annual Christmas Parade
Festival of Trees


Santa train
GFWC/Winslow Womens Club Annual Holiday Tour of Homes

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"Folks I’ll tell you this a cool one.
If you’re rolling along I-40 and have some time for a unique Route 66 experience go ahead and check this out. The town of Winslow has made a great effort in making this spot special and it shows. Stop in, get a photo, and check out the local businesses. You’ll be glad you did."

- Michael E
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Vacation Reviews

Deborah T.Google Review
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Bob Hall you are an amazing man. Thank you for sharing your time, knowledge and good nature! You ARE making a difference! Winslow is delightful!
John W.Google Review
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This place is amazing can't say enough about it ... Bob is the absolute bomb and a great ambassador for the city of Winslow
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Bob and Angela are the best!! Their knowledge and love for Winslow really shows when giving tourists information.
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Dining & Drinking

From quaint cafes and historic diners to one-of-a-kind restaurants you won’t find anywhere else, there are plenty of unique places to eat in Winslow. If you’re looking for something familiar, we have those too. You’ll find plenty of fast-food restaurants right off the freeway as well.


Naps Grill is a popular burger joint on Main Street.

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Lodging & Rentals

One of the greatest things about “Taking It Easy” in Winslow is the number of accommodations you have to choose from. We have historic hotels like the La Posada … but we have a number of chain motels and hotels that you’re familiar with as well. So stay a couple of days in Winslow and know that you’ll have a comfortable place to rest your head at night.