Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Flagstaff KOA
Fee Info
Adults 18+, Kids 0-17, Free 0--1
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Flagstaff KOA is located in Arizona
35.2342 N
-111.5757 W
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27 Reviews of Flagstaff KOA
Excellent KOA experience worth the $$

This KOA is tucked just off the main road into Flagstaff and is a quiet and beautifully maintained campground. there are lots of curious squirrels and birds to watch (but don’t feed them your junk food). You’re camping among the pines, here. It adds to the fresh air and high altitude healthy vibe of the area. just a few minutes drive to downtown for a local brew or meal.

Definitely recommend getting over to nearby Buffalo Park if you’re looking for an easy trail run at about 7800ft elevation with amazing views of Mt. Elden.

Beautiful locale

Accessible, convenient, and in one of my favorite areas of the country.

Works for what is needed

Beautiful area but packed in together pretty tight

Quiet & Clean

we rented a cabin it was very nice quiet and clean! Bathhouse was clean and the laundry was too! next time we get out there we are going to rent a teepee! they look really cool!

Tucked in the Trees

This is a large camp with a lot to offer. Just a short drive outside of flagstaff and you’re in a beautiful camp tucked in the tall spruce trees. We stopped here on our way to the Grand Canyon to enjoy the scenery and rest. The camp hosts were also very helpful and accommodating.

Convenient for Visiting Flagstaff

This is a decent campground close to cool hiking trails and the "big city." Flush toilets and showers are a bonus! We were only there one night, so I'm guessing that's why we got the site we did. Right in the heart of it all, but easy access in and out. No big deal. You can't pick your own site at KOAs, and we could have gotten worse.


If the campground is full it is extremely cramped.


Stayed here at the end of May. Nice enough campground and very busy. Lucky for us we have a travel trailer the public bathrooms were horrible.

Very Misleading

The amenities and events Flagstaff KOA has advertised have been severely overstated. We have been here since Thursday 5/31 until Monday 6/4. The Activity Korral that hosts many of the kids activities has yet to open due to what the kids at the front desk say are "staffing issues". Yet, both of them are sitting there watching the clock not doing anything. The boy at the desk was nice enough but the girl had a severe attitude problem. Here is what they advertise:

Barrel Train Ride - Nope T-Shirt Decorating - Nope Basketball Court - Demolished Lollipop Scavenger Hunt - Nope Arcade - Nope Movie Night in the Korral - Nope Banana Bike Rental - Nope

Our kids had been looking forward to this camping trip for 2 months only to be disappointed. They were looking forward to experience some things you don't find at other regular campgrounds. This was our first experience at a KOA and it has left us with a very bad perception of it. Of course, the manager is only on site weekday mornings. Disappointed in this campground and the customer service received. Waste of money and waste of gas.

Overcrowded, filthy bathrooms

Because they book so many people in the tent section, the toilets are overtaxed. This causes them to overflow. And because they have so few staffers, the problem is not resolved for many hours. This could be a nice place to stay if they weren't so interested in cramming people in. Instead we now go 18 miles up the road to the Bonita Campground, operated by the Coconino National Forest, which is cheaper, utterly clean, quiet and delightful.