This Tiny, Isolated Arizona Village Is One Of The Last Of Its Kind

Route 66 was once one of the most popular highways in the country. It ran 401 miles through Arizona, supporting many small towns that provided services to travelers along the way. The little town of Hackberry is one of the few remaining towns along Route 66. Take a look!

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If you’re interested in more of Arizona’s smallest towns, take a look at these 10 tiny towns that have fewer than 300 people.