South Rim of the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is deservingly recognized as one of the seven wonders of the world.

Explore Route 66

Step back in time and enjoy route 66, Williams Arizona with soda fountains, neon lights, quaint shops and a large selection of dining options.

Self-guided Driving Tours

We will set you up with a crash course to be your best self guided tour guide. Visiting Sedona at the foot of Oak Creek Canyon, Jerome the old mining town and Multiple locations of the south rim Grand Canyon.

Railway to the Grand Canyon

Since 1901, the Grand Canyon Railway has been taking people on a fabled journey to the heart of one of the seven wonders of the world. Grand Canyon Railway is more than just a mode of transportation: it’s a trip back in time on lovingly restored rail cars with entertaining musicians and the antics of cowboy characters. Out your window, the terrain changes from high desert to prairie, prairie to pine. It’s a view that’s ever-changing until you come across a view so brilliant, it could very well change you. All aboard to the Grand Canyon to make a grand trip grander!


Bearizona is approximately 160 acres. Visitors will drive through more than three miles of Ponderosa Pine Forest viewing North American animals in natural habitats when they visit. More animals are exhibited in Fort Bearizona, a beautiful 20 acre walk-thru area, along winding paths which is more of a "zoo" type setting.

Fly Over the Grand Canyon

If you have the time and money then experience the ultimate journey, take a flight over the Grand Canyon. See the Office for details.

Golfing in the High Country

In the shadow of Bill Williams Mountain, Elephant Rocks at Williams is the perfect escape from the summer heat of the Valley. Nestled at 7000 feet above sea level, the course meanders its way through stands of large Ponderosa pines. There has been a course here since the 1920’s but it was not until 1990, when the course was reconfigured by Gary Panks, that its reputation grew. In 2000, Gary designed a further nine holes to make it a true championship challenge.


Williams Arizona has a variety of dining options, from a quick service menu to patio dining with live entertainment or an old fashioned soda fountain or a taste of the international world.

Lowell Observatory

Lowell Observatory is an astronomical observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, United States. Lowell Observatory was established in 1894, placing it among the oldest observatories in the United States, and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965. In 2011, the Observatory was named one of "The World's 100 Most Important Places" by TIME. It was at the Lowell Observatory that the dwarf planet Pluto was discovered in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh.

Native American Points of Intrest

Visit our Northern Arizona Indian ruins...
To the North: Tusyan ruins
To the East: wupatki, walnut canyon
To the South: Tuzigoot or montizuma’s castle
all provide you with a peak into the tribes of our past.