We have an unforgettable adventure waiting for you, both on the campground and in the surrounding wonders of Grand Canyon National Park. If you are looking for easy access, easy pull through, spacious RV sites, we are the campground for you! We are right off of I-40, just four miles east of Williams, Arizona. We offer full hookup 30/50 amp sites, water and electric sites, tent sites with water and electric, and dry tent sites. We also offer an assortment of lodging options, from one room cabins to hotel-style, deluxe lodging and Authentic Teepees. We have free WiFi, indoor pool, hot tubs, bike rentals for children, miniature golf rental, game room, two playgrounds, pet playground, large gift shop with groceries and RV supplies, restrooms and hot showers, and laundry facilities.
Our Bear Trax Cafe serves delicious breakfast and dinners beginning weekends in April. Our Grand Canyon Go-Kart track will open May 1 for the season! Enjoy free hayrides on the weekends, movies, and other activities available throughout the season. Guests love the many trails into the surrounding forest, perfect for hiking, biking, ATV, horseback riding, or just walking.
We are only an hour from the Grand Canyon, which makes us a great base for experiencing this natural wonder of the world. If driving is not an option, you have many other options to the Grand Canyon. Take the Grand Canyon Railway, join a van tour, or just rent a car or taxi in Williams, AZ. We are also close to Flagstaff, Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, and other interesting towns, along with old Route 66 attractions. Let our friendly staff book train, helicopter, airplane, jeep, ATV, and rafting tours for you!
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Starts: 03/18/2021 - Ends: 09/06/2021
Open for Breakfast and Lunch Thursday - Sunday. See our menu full menu here.
Starts: 10/08/2021 - Ends: 10/10/2021
Escape to Williams for a quintessential autumn weekend of hayrides, crafts and an outdoor movie. Show off your Halloween costumes and decorations at this family-friendly fall trip in Northern Arizona!