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    Winslow Memorial

    by Basaic Written Dec 1, 2008

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    Winslow Memorial

    The town of Winslow had these beams moved here from Ground Zero. They were part of the twin towers destroyed on September 11, 2001. The town of Winslow erected this monument as a memorial to those who were killed on that day and all others who have given their lives in defense of freedom.

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    See the Meteor Crater

    by Basaic Updated Jun 5, 2007

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    Observation Deck at the Crater
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    About 50,000 years ago a meteor estimated to be about 150 feet in diameter slammed into the earth about 20 miles west of modern day Winslow, Arizona. The depression is about 0.75 miles in diameter and 550 feet deep. It is one of the better examples of a meteor crater on the planet; but the area is privately owned, and the entry charge ($10 per adult when I went there) is a little steep. They also have a space capsule on site. It has a small museum and a gift shop to part you from more of your money.

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    Do the CREEK.

    by tpate Updated Aug 2, 2006

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    Out for the day in the canoe
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    Many of the locals in the summer spend time at the creek. Bring a canoe or bathing suit. To reach Clear Creek (brown in the rainy season august - green to clear the rest of the year) go south on highway 87 about 1/2 to 1 mile turn left on the Chevelon road (just over the dike before the prison). Drive about 3 miles east. you will come to a bridge that crosses the creek. You may park on the left for wading or swimming around small boulders/cliffs. The water is deep 10-20 feet be careful. You may also unload your canoe here. Currently no fees are charged. There is a picnic area and restrooms here. From the bridge you can see the creek going west into a small canyon. Around the last area you can see there are many cliffs 10-40 feet high from which the locals jump. I would suggest you not dive. You can walk or drive to the west after you cross the bridge (this is dirt roads) or you can walk to the west about 400 yards to reach the cliffs. When canoeing I try to get out to the creek by 7 and am usually done around noon. If you are lucky you may see a beaver floating along side the canoe. If you turn left 40 feet before the bridge you can go to the small lake (usually silt filled) with camping spots. THis area is shallow.

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    Stand on the Corner in Winslow, Arizona

    by Elane77 Written Jun 16, 2006

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    Such a fine sight to see. There's even a girl in a flatbed Ford! A little slice of Americana awaits at the corner in Winslow, Arizona, right off of Interstate 40. This is just a nice fun stop on a boring drive, plus you'll be singing "Take It Easy" the rest of your trip. There was a fence around the park that is the result of a recent fire, I think. We didn't do anything else in Winslow, but it looked like a town worth exploring. Take it easy.

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    Sculpture

    by Basaic Written Sep 5, 2012

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    Falling Meteor

    Also on the City Hall Grounds is this sculpture entitled "Falling Meteor" in honor of the meteor that fell nearby creating a tourist attraction.

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    Winslow Historic District

    by Basaic Written Sep 5, 2012
    Winslow Historic District
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    Winslow has a nice historic district with several buildings of historical and/or architectural interest.

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