Interactive Map of Route 66
Take a detour down memory lane on Route 66. It's been immortalized in films, songs, books, and - now - in GPS Maps.
There are several great segments of the original route John Steinbeck called "the Mother Road," and in-between there's always
the interstate. The path to adventure traveled by Tod and Buz in their red Corvette on the namesake 1960's TV series
still exists - you just might need a little help finding it with your GPS.
Click on the binoculars to see a StreetAtlas displaying an overview of the entire route.
Download the free GPS Map
in GPS eXchange (.gpx) file format, which can be read and transferred to your GPS using free GPS software
. (The .gpx file will appear in a new window where you can
File > Save as... on your computer)
click on any Route 66 state to begin a tour
Digital Desert Route 66
Check also the overview map to see US highway 66 accross America
As Route 66 doesn't appear on modern maps anymore, one needs a good description before heading out on the old 2-lane highway.
In order to get the turn-by-turn route description, select a state below:
These maps show the path of Route 66 as it traversed eight states. The states are listed below in the order in
which the Route 66 motorist encounters them in an east-to-west direction.
Go to the Illinois maps >>
Go to the Missouri maps >>
Go to the Kansas maps >>
Go to the Oklahoma maps >>
Go to the Texas maps >>
Go to the New Mexico maps >>
Go to the Arizona maps >>
Go to the California maps >>
City Maps A limited number of city maps are available. Refer to the table below.