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Hackberry General Store

11255 E Hwy 66, Hackberry, AZ 86411
+1 928-769-2605
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Worth a stop... even a detour

I read about the store in the book Ghost Towns of Route 66. Stopped here when driving from Grand... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Tom D
Hamme, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Fun stop, lots of stuff to look at and purchase

This was a fun stop where you can grab a snack and look at all the different things available to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Cathlyn M
Las Vegas, Nevada
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We specialize in offering a wide variety of Route 66 related gifts and memorabilia for sale. In addition we have a great collection of 1950's and 60's period cars, signs, gas pumps and the like to snap pictures of during your visit. You may even find a license plate or police badge on the wall inside from your country or town. We have over 30 shirts, sweatpants, leather vests, blankets in 8 colors, towels in 15 colors, over 35 tin signs, 10 shield-shaped signs, clocks, used license plates, over 20 replica license plates, locally hand-made damascus and railroad spike knives, handmade soaps, 6 flags, 6 bandanas, 18 caps, 4 do-rags, several charms, pocket watches, sheriff badges, wallets, several pins, 18 books, 6 maps, calendars, 9 mugs, 8 shot glasses, ash trays, cappuccino cups, Coke napkin holders and bottle openers and straw holders, 2 puzzles, dvds, 1 troy ounce.999 silver Route 66 coins, Zippo lighters, several rusted route 66 signs, model cars, and of course, magnets and keychains of all kinds. We are proud to offer many of these items MADE IN THE USA, which you don't find often for sale online. And, by the way, we do sell chips candy, soda, coffee and ice cream, too! We do not sell any of our collectibles because we COLLECT them ourselves. We also do not carry children's clothing.
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11255 E Hwy 66, Hackberry, AZ 86411
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Reviewed yesterday

I read about the store in the book Ghost Towns of Route 66. Stopped here when driving from Grand Canyon South Rim to Las Vegas. We chose to take the detour via Route 66. It's worth the stop over and take some pictures. And visit...More

Thank Tom D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was a fun stop where you can grab a snack and look at all the different things available to buy. We bought playing cards, a jigsaw puzzle and my granddaughter got a sweatshirt.

Thank Cathlyn M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Just a fun little eclectic store on Route 66 Arizona right before Valentine AZ and Seligman, AZ . Great prices and great service.

Thank Chucknteojamul
Reviewed November 6, 2017

You read about places like this in the middle of nowhere and then you come and see it and you understand the meaning of life... These sort of places are always an experience and I'm pleased I took time out to see it

Thank HarleyMatt
Reviewed October 19, 2017

We were on a Motorocycle tour of Route 66 and stopped here for a break. Great gift shop and place to,stop. The old stuff was great to look at too.

Thank JudyandBillG
Reviewed October 10, 2017 via mobile

A very good range of souvenirs compared to other stopping places and a lot of fun to look round. If you are tempted then do buy because they don’t have an on-line catalogue; you’ll regret it when you get home!

Thank FliesM20P
Reviewed October 8, 2017 via mobile

Stopped here in drive from Las Vegas to Williams. Great store . Mixed crowd of travelers. Bikers and others. Had 2 piece band playing. So excellent Grest singing. And couples started to dance. Really special. Recommend a visit if you are in route 66. Interesting...More

Thank Barton B
Reviewed September 28, 2017

There were old cars and gas pumps outside. Inside was a general store with unique items like old license plates. A great place to stop and stretch your legs.

Thank Kathleen P
Reviewed September 20, 2017

This is a little gem of a place on Route 66, literally in the middle of nowhere. My family and I enjoyed it so much we visited twice. There are so many photo opportunities inside and out, with mannequins everywhere, even inside the ladies restroom...More

Thank Victoria N
Reviewed September 14, 2017

On our trip across northern Arizona, we tried to avoid the Interstate as much as possible and stick to the road less traveled. The Mother Road, Route 66 picks up in Kingman, AZ and takes you to one small town after another. In the future...More

Thank 2bald2care
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Brian B
August 20, 2017|
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Response from hackberryrt66 | Property representative |
My Model A Ford is a 1928. I bought the store from John and Kerry Pritchard 2 years ago and he took his 1957 Red and White Corvette convertible with him. I have a 1990 Corvette that should be on display in front of the... More
Donell W
April 24, 2017|
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Response from hackberryrt66 | Property representative |
I am Amy Franklin, owner of the Hackberry General Store. We do not have an online store BUT I will ship you items if you have an idea of what you want. See the more detailed info. on this listing where I have itemized what... More
Marilyn C
October 25, 2016|
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Response from MichelleJC7747 | Reviewed this property |
Their website says it's open April - October daily 9 am-6 pm and November-March open 10 am-5 pm.