Bathroom/showers were very unkept and dirty. The Koa is close to the Grand Canyon and Route 66 through Williams.
It was a smaller KOA camp than most. But there were only a few people there in the middle of November, which made it nice for feeling “away” from the world and not having to wait for bathrooms. Any where that’s not inside is great, but it was more of a high desert terrain than woodlands like I was hoping, however that was my error for not looking into it more. They provide a small heater for the cabins, so if you go during the winter season be sure to bring warm clothes and warm blankets! Clean, and friendly facility, nice bathrooms.
The store offered a few things. The shower houses were being renovated. We only stayed one night and it snowed. In May!
We stayed there summer 2017 and had a great time. The store had souvenirs and basic needs.
Bathrooms were clean and pool area was nice. Be careful of your water usage there they need to ship their water in.
This campground is about 45 minutes from Grand Canyon. Their are a few campgrounds closer but they didn’t look good. About 1/2 way to the Grand Canyon there is a gas stop that has souvenirs and camp needs.
This is a perfect stop to do everything you want at the Grand Canyon.
when we booked this we assumed the campground was actually close to the Grand Canyon since it’s in the name but when we got there we realized our mistake. the campground was busy but clean. very few showers but they were private. we only stayed a night because of the driving distance, but appreciated the price and dog friendly privileges
Pretty standard as far as KOAs go. The bathrooms were kinda dirty and they needed to add more showers cause the lines were long. but other than that the staff was great and it was a nice campground.
They have a nice fully furnished store and has a great view of the area.
Overall great experience, couldn't have asked for a better facility after a rim to rim hike! Excellent location and views.
Even though we had been camping on this road trip and had our gear in the car, we elected to stay in one of the camping cabins at the Williams KOA and it was quite a treat. Even in the late summer, it can get cool in the evening, so we were thankful for the extra shelter. After dinner by the campfire ring, we went to bed and awoke the next morning to take the little Williams train into the South Rim where we hiked for a couple of miles with our 4-year-old. She did surprisingly well, and it ended being a great little short stay at the GC.
I only went there once and it was a couple years back, but I had a whole bunch of fun, and lets just say, I cannot wait to go back!