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Murphy Chevron & Six Shooter Molly Gifts, 1198 Old Hwy 66, Ash Fork, AZ. I-40 Exit 144. They have a full service repair shop with 24 hour towing. They also have a really nice trading post and convenience store. Buy their fresh made fudge!
Williams Chevron, 1050 N Grand Canyon Blvd, I-40 Exit 163. Easy on/off access from the inter-state with plenty of room for the largest of RV rigs.
The Valle Travel Stop complex located at the junction of U.S. Highway 180 and Arizona Highway 64, 30 miles north of Williams and 30 miles south of the South Rim. The complex includes the Grand Canyon Inn, the Native American Art & Jewelry Gallery, the Southwestern Gift Store, the Grand Canyon Inn Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge and the Rocks & More rock shop. If you like rocks, you really got to stop at their rock shop.

Your next stop as you head for the Grand Canyon National Park is the tourist town of Tusayan. 1 mile north of Tusayan is the south entrance to Grand Canyon National Park.

After visiting the Grand Canyon National Park some people will travel on to the east entrance, with Cameron being east of entrance. Be sure to stop at the Cameron Trading Post.


Cameron Trading Post - Estiblished in 1914, this is one of the finest travel centers in the southwest. It is a must stop travel center that has it all including real Native Amercian jewelry and real Native American Rugs.

Their dining room is a special treat with all the many wonderful Indian Rugs. Their wide variety of souveniers will satisfiy any desire. If your traveling west on I-40, before you get to Flagstaff turn north on State Highway 89.

Cameron is 54 miles north of I-40 and is the junction where you turn west for the east entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park. To get to Grand Canyon National Park from Williams, Arizona is also about 55 miles from I-40. If your traveling on I-40, a great way to see the canyon is to go in either the east or south entrances and come out the other.

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