Winslow Real Estate & Community Information

Winslow Real Estate & Community Information

Located in Navajo County in Arizona, the city of Winslow is home to some 9600 residents.  It lies along the original Route 66, and was made even more famous when the Eagles sang about it in the song “Take It Easy” with the verse “standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona." The song renewed interest in Winslow, as the city had suffered a loss of revenue due to being bypassed by Interstate 40.

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Shopping & Dining

Winslow residents have a number of interesting and convenient places to shop and dine.  Due to its historic significance and location on Route 66, you’ll find specialty stores such as ARIZONA 66 Trading Company and La Posada’s Unique Gift Shops. And of course, if you come to Winslow, you’ll want to stand on a corner, preferably the corner of 2nd Street where you’ll find Standin’ On a Corner, filled with nostalgia and unique gifts. There’s also a Walmart Supercenter to cover your general daily shopping needs.

The dining in Winslow is outstanding, with choices to suit any taste. For the best Southwest and Native American cuisine in the city, the Turquoise Room will certainly not disappoint. If you appreciate the old days of the ice cream parlor, then the Sipp Shoppe is sure to delight you with homemade ice cream treats and hot dogs.  E & O Kitchen is where you’ll find the best Mexican food around. Other outstanding places to eat in Winslow include Captain Tony's Pizza & Pasta Emporium, Las Marias, and Falcon Restaurant, among others.

Parks & Recreation

Winslow has a number of fine parks for the enjoyment of its residents. If you’re looking to cool off in the pool or play any variety of outdoor sports, there’s City Park.  Those looking for a nice place to have a picnic or go canoeing, hiking, boating, camping, fishing, and swimming can visit McHood Park. And of course there’s a park to commemorate the Eagles song, called Standin' on the Corner Park. Other parks include Lee Street Park, Sacred Heart Park, Cooper Town Park, and Triangle Park, all featuring a wide range of amenities.

Just 18 mile west of Winslow is the Barringer Crater, known simply as “Meteor Crater” due to being near the post office of the same name. The crater is .737 miles in diameter and 560 ft deep. It was formed about 50,000 years ago when the area was cooler and more damp.  The meteorite that produced the crater was 160 feet across. The crater was discovered in modern days in the 19th century by settlers who originally called it Canyon Diablo crater.


Students living in Winslow attend schools in the Winslow Unified School District. There are three elementary schools: Bonnie Brennan, Jefferson and Washington Elementary Schools, along with Winslow Junior High School and Winslow High School.

Contact Information

The Gary Nelson Group
Realty Executives of Flagsaff
15 E. Cherry Ave. Suite 101
Flagstaff AZ 86001
Direct: 928-225-3510
Office: 928-773-9300
Fax: 928-774-1102