Hackberry’s General Store is a “must do” road trip stop. If you are traveling on Old Route 66 between Kingman, Arizona, and Peach Springs, Arizona. This is a great spot to stop. No gas available that I know of, but a fun place. Photo ops in every direction.
Hackberry’s General Store is a trip destination in itself. If you have the time, travel old Route 66 heading northeast out of Kingman, Arizona driving toward Peach Springs. Time it so you are in the area during the day. Hackberry is roughly midpoint between Kingman and Peach Springs.
This building has featured photos appearing in numerous advertisements. It’s iconic image is known worldwide. It is a favorite stop for many enjoying a trip on old Route 66.
Also a popular stop on any trip people are making to Havasu Falls for backpacking trips. Especially if traveling in from the west. Just allow yourself some extra time for this stop. You might think a few minutes is all that is necessary. No so.
If you enjoying shooting photos your better factor in at least an hour. Tons of old cars and car parts are scattered across the property. Old gas pumps, old metal signs, and broken down machinery.
Stop in and browse the interior too. The place has an old time staged soda fountain. The bathroom decor is a hoot. There are dollar bills plastered on the ceiling and walls by travelers from all over the world.
Bring your camera because the building and all of the “old iron” scattered around is a photographers dream.
11255 E Hwy 66
Hackberry, AZ 86401
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