The 1956 edition of The Green Book. Photo © Candacy Taylor.

Route 66 and the Negro Motorist Green Book

During Route 66’s peak, sundown towns made life hard for black travelers. The Negro Motorist Green Book aimed to make travel easier by listing black-friendly establishments. Here are the best remaining Green Book properties on Route 66.

Chaparral Trading Post in Arizona. Photo © Candacy Taylor.

State by State Route 66 Highlights

A state-by-state look at Route 66 highlights in each of the eight states it passes through, plus notable stretches of still-drivable Mother Road, from Chicago, Illinois to the route’s terminus in California at the Santa Monica Pier.

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Moon Route 66 Road Trip

Hit the road! Moon Route 66 Road Trip includes unbeatable information for casual road trippers and well-worn motorists alike, with up-to-date information on attractions and tips for travelers, and fascinating tales from the rich history of “America’s Highway.” Detailed driving routes give you all you need, including mileage from place to place, driving times, and […]

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Moon Southwest Road Trip

HIT THE ROAD! See Las Vegas, Utah’s National Parks, Monument Valley, Route 66, the Grand Canyon, Santa Fe and Taos. See the top destinations in the American Southwest with this book as your guide. Our detailed driving routes give you all you need, including mileage from place to place, driving times, and advice on the […]

A lifeguard station on the beach next to the Santa Monica Pier.

Best of the West 14-Day Road Trip: SF, Yosemite, Vegas, LA…

By driving in a rough loop, you can hit all the top destinations of the West—San Francisco, Yosemite, Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon and LA—in two weeks. This day-by-day route begins in San Francisco, but you can just as easily start in Los Angeles or Las Vegas if that works better for you.

The colorful kitschy interior of the Madonna Inn with carved wood and brightly-colored vinyl chairs.

Best California Road Trip Stops

Going from San Francisco to Yosemite? Or Los Angeles to the Grand Canyon? Every road trip needs excuses to stop and stretch your legs, and the best California road trip stops range from true American kitsch to stunning waterfalls.