Holbrook’s Inaugural Route 66 Festival
Postcards from the Iron Camera
83rd Annual Navajo County Fair Rodeo and Little Buckaroo Rodeo
After your flight, drive & between all your Sedona activities - Think: Relax, Restore & Rejuvenate!
Give your body, mind & soul a pallet cleanser delight in the bliss of our Heart Space Special sessions each individually designed to rekindle, nurture & balance your body's own natural healing rhythms
HIKING the Arizona Trail...From the Mexico Border to Utah!
Experience a sampling of a trail that captures everything that Arizona is about . . . . history, nature exploration, a place void of development and the fast-paced lifestyle, socialization with other
The seat of Navajo County, Holbrook, Arizona is the gateway to the Petrified Forest National Park. Located in Northeastern Arizona at the convergence of Interstate 40, U.S. Highway 180 and State Highway 77, Holbrook's "Wild West" heritage is richly colored by its proximity to several Native American reservations. Holbrook's distinction as a Route 66 city and the flood of travelers led to the discovery of fascinating fossils and dinosaur bones within and near the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert.
For Visitors Information:
100 E. Arizona Street
Holbrook, AZ 86025
- County: Navajo
- Year of Incorporation: 1917
- Elevation: 5,080
- Population: 5,800