Arizona 71 was established in 1936 between Congress and Aguila. The state road has not changed since it was established.

Arizona State Route 71 East
Distance sign to U.S. 93 (17 miles), Congress (24 miles) and Prescott (68 miles). This is the first road sign along SR 71. 06/28/08
Trucks over 40 feet are prohibited along Arizona 89 past Congress, due to the curves and grades going into Prescott. 06/28/08
Merritt Mountain can be seen in the distance. 06/28/08
SR 71 enters Yavapai County here. 06/28/08
View from Mile 96 of SR 71. 06/28/08
SR 71 passes through Merritt Pass before reaching U.S. 93. 06/28/08
Advance signage for U.S. 93, 1/2 mile. 06/28/08
Continue ahead on SR 71 to Prescott and Kingman, or exit to U.S. 93 southbound to Wickenburg. 06/28/08
The U.S. 93 and SR 71 interchange is grade-separated. Exit for U.S. 93 southbound, or pass under the interchange for U.S. 93 northbound. 06/28/08
Turn left for U.S. 93 northbound to Kingman. 06/28/08
Reassurance marker for SR 71 northbound. 06/28/08
Distance sign to Congress (7 miles) and Prescott (51 miles). 06/28/08
This sign reminds motorists that vehicles longer than 40 feet are not allowed on SR 89. 06/28/08
SR 71 enters the town of Congress here. 06/28/08
Advance signage for SR 89, 1/2 mile. 06/28/08
Turn left for Ghost Town Road, or turn right for Santa Fe Road. 06/28/08
SR 71 ends at SR 89. 06/28/08
Turn left for SR 89 northbound to Prescott, or turn right for SR 89 southbound to U.S. 93 and Wickenburg. 03/03/07
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Turn left for Prescott and Yarnell, or turn right for Wickenburg. 06/28/08



Photo Credits:

03/03/07, 06/28/08 by Kevin Trinkle

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Page Updated 02-19-2009.

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