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Old 03-06-2009, 08:43 PM   #1
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CG's in the Williams, AZ area

Hi everyone!

I'm looking for experienced recommendations for CG's with hookups in the Williams/Flagstaff, AZ area. I have a list below that I've found, but not much is posted in the way of reviews on these places.

I'm certainly open to CG's not on this list and within a reasonable distance to Williams - as long as they have hookups!

Any insight would be appreciated!!

Railside RV Ranch
877 Rodeo Ranch Rd
Williams AZ 86046
888-635-4077
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The Canyon Motel & RV Park
1900 East Rodeo Road
Route 66
Exit 165 South
Williams, Arizona 86046
928-635-4138 FAX
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Grand Canyon Railway RV Park
601 W. Franklin Ave
Williams, AZ 86046
1-800-843-8724
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Williams / Exit 167 / Circle Pines KOA
1000 Circle Pines Road
Williams, AZ 86046
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Canyon Gateway RV Park
1060 North Grand Canyon Blvd.
Williams, Arizona, 86046
Phone: (928) 635-2718
Fax: (928) 635-2733
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Ponderosa Forest RV Park
198 Parks Rd
Parks, AZ 86018
Phone: (928)635-0456
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Woody Mountain
Campground & RV Park
2727 West Route 66 (Exit 191 off I-40)
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
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Black Barts Steak House
2760 East Butler
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
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Old 03-06-2009, 10:22 PM   #2
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We stayed at the Williams Circl Pines KOA about 5 years ago. It was very nice, not a traditional KOA layout. Had fire rings at sites. A lot of pine trees through out the area which gave more of a forest camping experience. I know there were several others in the area, but we didn't look at them too much. Several (and Idon't remember the names) were out in the open with no shade.
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Old 03-07-2009, 12:06 AM   #3
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Have you tried www.campgroundreviews.com for reviews on any of the campgrounds on your list. Usually the AZ campgrounds are well covered there by the snowbirds every year. Looking at recent reviews of the Circle Pines KOA it doesn't sound promising but then I have an abhorrent hatred for KOA's anyway.
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Have you tried www.campgroundreviews.com for reviews on any of the campgrounds on your list. Usually the AZ campgrounds are well covered there by the snowbirds every year. Looking at recent reviews of the Circle Pines KOA it doesn't sound promising but then I have an abhorrent hatred for KOA's anyway.


We stayed at the Williams Circl Pines KOA about 5 years ago. It was very nice, not a traditional KOA layout. Had fire rings at sites. A lot of pine trees through out the area which gave more of a forest camping experience. I know there were several others in the area, but we didn't look at them too much. Several (and Idon't remember the names) were out in the open with no shade.
I had not seen that review site. I'll check it out.

I will also have a closer look at the KOA out there. Thanks.
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