Scenic Roads

Related Resources

Related Links

  • Arizona's Historic Roads
    This website showcases Arizona's history as viewed through the state's historic highway system.
  • Arizona Highways Magazine
    This website contains numerous publications for sale. Many include the scenic roads in this state.
  • Arizona Office of Tourism
    This website contains great information on points of interests in the state, many accessible with the scenic roads. This Office of Tourism also maintains the Arizona Scenic Roads website (following link).
  • Arizona Scenic Roads
    This beautiful website by the Office of Tourism describes all of the state's scenic roads in detail, both photographically and narratively.
  • Arizona Revised Statutes 41-512 to 41-518
    These are the state laws creating the scenic roads program in the state.
  • National Scenic Byways Program
    This website contains important information on nominating roadways for national byways designation.
  • America's Byways
    This website promotes the National Scenic Byways and All-American Roads throughout the country, including Arizona.

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