Drive down any wide, open road in Arizona and you’re bound to come across a tiny town that looks like it has some intriguing history. Old, weather-beaten buildings and rusting relics of the lives that once called these towns home lay dormant, ready to tell stories of decades past. Luckily, sometimes you don’t have to do much digging; quite a few of these towns proudly share their history with anyone willing to listen.

Tortilla Flat is located approximately one hour east of Phoenix via Apache Trail. Directions from Sky Harbor Airport can be found here. For more information about visiting Tortilla Flat, you can visit their website.

If you want to visit another cool little town, you may enjoy Seligman in northern Arizona! Read more about it in The Small Town Along Route 66 In Arizona With A Story That Will Fascinate You.

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