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Winslow

Winslow

Winslow lies in the Little Colorado River Valley in the scenic splendor of Northern Arizona's high desert plains. It is ideally located as a border community to the Navajo and Hopi Reservations. Winslow has been given the distinct honor of being rated one of the top 10 "Best Weather Cities" in the United States by the Farmers Almanac. Founded in 1882. Winslow was established by the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company as a main division point for the Southwest United States. Today it is still the same, only the railroad company is now the Burlington Northern Santa Fe. Laid back, but with a thriving industry at its heart, Winslow has a more than 100-year history of being a "City in Motion."

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For Visitors Information:

523 W. Second Street
Winslow, AZ 86004
(928) 289-2434
Visit the Official Winslow Website

  • County: Navajo
  • Year of Incorporation: 1900
  • Elevation: 4,880
  • Population: 10,500

Articles About Winslow

AZ Rider: Arizona’s Great Motorcycle Tours
The Mother Road: Route 66
A Sense of Taste: Arizona’s Food Culture
Chef John Sharpe Delivers for the Turquoise Room at Winslow's La Posada
Arizona Geotourism Getaways
Mary Colter’s Arizona Legacy
Dinner Date: Romantic Fare in Arizona
Your Passport to Route 66
Arizona’s Farm-to-Table Fare
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