The US Highway 60 from Phoenix to Wickenburg, and US Highway 93 to Kingman is scenic drive that winds its way through many biologically diverse regions. U.S. 93 is the Joshua Tree Highway, and it provides a fast connection between Phoenix and Las Vegas.

U.S. Route 93 is a major north-south United States highway in the Western United States running from Wickenburg, Arizona to the Canadian border. After passing through the deserts of Arizona, it crosses into Nevada next to Hoover Dam.

The entire route is being upgraded to expressway or even freeway standards in some segments in response to traffic volume and safety concerns. Much of the upgrades are already done. There is also a new bridge over the Colorado River that by-passes Hoover Dam.

Phoenix is an agricultural, industrial and service center. It is surrounded by 22 other cities in the Valley of the Sun where western style homes and sprawling shopping malls abound. There is exhilarating adventure, breath-taking golf courses, trendy shopping, modern nightlife and enriching culture.
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Seven recreation centers, 8 golf courses, 3 country clubs, 2 bowling centers, Sun Bowl, and Viewpoint Lake constitute the largest concentration of year round recreational facilities in the United States. Sun City Official Website


Surprise is one of the fastest growing communities in the United States and on a path to become a city of more than a half-million population. Extraordinary, given that 25 years ago the City was home to less than 4,000 people.

In 2006, the population crossed the magic 100,000 mark. Today, it's a 74-square-mile city on the move.Flanked by one of Arizona's largest mountain preserves, and situated in the Saguaro-dotted Sonoran desert on the northwestern edge of the thriving Valley of the Sun

Cactus League Baseball
Speedworld Motorplex
West Valley Art Museum
White Tank Regional Park
Surprise AZ Official Website

Wickenburg is noted for its clean air, good country living, western hospitality and all-around high quality of life.The Wickenburg area and much of the West became part of the United States following the Mexican-American War in 1848.

Until 1860 the Wickenburg area was unexplored and the Hassayampa River was unknown. The 100 mile long, mostly underground Hassayampa River, one of the Sonoran Desert’s few flowing, un-dammed rivers.

Wickenburg today is a modern town with over 600 businesses providing a range of services, shopping, specialty shops and galleries for western-themed gifts. Wickenburg is home to three unique guest ranches: Rancho de los Caballeros, Kay El Bar Ranch, Flying E Dude Ranch.

Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Robson's Arizona Mining World
Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts
Wickenburg AZ - Official Website

Wikieup is a small unincorporated community located on U.S. Route 93 in the western part of the U.S. state of Arizona. It is located approximately 37 miles south of Interstate 40 in Mohave County. It is a perfect stopping point to stretch your legs and enjoy some great grub.

The Wikieup Trading Post is a great country store/jewelry/souvenir shop which is all rolled into an all encompassing "trading post" is the very definition of local flavor. The real gem here is the pie. Your own personal hot apple, peach, or cherry pie, topped with vanilla ice cream, served in your own ceramic deep dish! "It don’t get no better than this," for lack of a better phrase.

Junction of I-40 & 93 to Kingman
For all your travel needs, there is a wide variety of truck stops and resturants along this section of I-40. There is even a horse motel!

TA Travel Center I-40, Exit 48, Kingman

Pilot Travel Centers I-40 & US 93, Exit 48, Kingman

Flying J I-40 Exit 53, Kingman

Love's Country Store I-40 & DW Ranch Rd., Exit 59, Kingman

Petro Stopping Center I-40, EXIT 66, Kingman

Blake Ranch RV Park & Horse Motel


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
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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