Flagstaff, Arizona, is home to the Annual Corvette 'N America Road tours and an amazing car show that draws in interested enthusiasts from across the United States and beyond. Hundreds of cars from the old to the new adorn the streets, parading along the main roadways for just two days during June.
Organization: Bloomington Gold Tours
Dates: 10/06/2013 - 10/11/2013 update info
Time: 10:00:00 AM - 10:00:00 PM
Event Cost: Varies
Venue: various locations in Flagstaff,AZ
Contact: Bloomington Gold Tours
Phone: (928) 527-8388
When: October 6-11, 2013
Where: Begins in Las Vegas, Nevada and Ends in Flagstaff, Arizona
Eligibility: Corvettes Only (1953 to 2013) Ė Limited to Small Number
Route: The tour will travel 580 miles with the majority of the tour being a labeled Rand McNally scenic route.
Tour Guides: Dwayne & Cindy Bublitz, Corvette'N America Road Tours' Owners
Detials can be found on the website at http://bloomingtongoldtours.com/road_tour
- The annual show is held over two day in early June
- The cars ride down Route 66 from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon
- A free event for spectators
Overview: June in Arizona's Flagstaff is exciting. Their annual car show welcomes the huge Corvette 'N America tours, consisting of many hundreds of cars from across the state and country. Car lovers come from far afield to catch a glimpse, and maybe even join in what has become a legendary event in the area.
Where:¬†Route 66 running from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon
When:¬†A two day event in mid June
Cost: Entry fees vary. Visitors are invited to watch the drive down tthe famous highway
Details:¬†Not far from the famous mountain slopes, Flagstaff is a bustling city with a taste for everything related to cars. Engineers, drivers and car designers flood the area to absorb the atmosphere of many decades of Corvette and other car innovations. The car show is typically held on the first weekend of June each year, finalized with an outstanding car tour that has taken the famous Route 66 by storm.
The tour wanders along Rt. 66, a tour more commonly known as the Sedona Road. Drivers lead a wagon train of modern horsepower through the vast desert expanse, heading up into the cooling naturally air-conditioned mountains that Arizona has become famous for.
The drive ascend Highway 89A's winding roadway, through oak forests and deep canyons. They end this with a picnic amongst its towering rocky spires, and take time to hike through its unusual rock carvings of red rocks, to view the Grand Canyon, some 60 miles in the distance.