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The yurt was so cozy and cute! It was pretty cold when we were there, but the fireplace kept it toasty inside. We got some snow our last night there, and we were happy there was someone plowing the parking lot the next morning so we could get out. The coin shower was nice and warm, but make sure…
Stayed here Nov 23-30, 2021.
This one is decent for what it is. If you have younger children, and you are using more amenities available (some not available due to season), it's more worth the kinda pricey cost to stay here. The restrooms were decent, only accessible through the pool area…
Nice dry camp set up. Multiple pull outs down the main road to set up camp, some have fire pits already built from previous people. Close to fishing and town.
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I didn't like the fact that it closes during the off- season. We like to camp in November and December.
The trees here are very thin so you can see quite far. Many spots down this road so you can have your pick but you can see everyone. From our spot you can see 5 cars, and we are hundreds of yards apart. Otherwise it's very quiet.
Perfect for exploring the Grand Canyon for a few days. You can walk to the canyon rim or walk to shuttles that will take you anywhere in the park. Grocery store also within walking distance (10 min?). Wildlife wander through camp grounds. Some nearby trails are good for walking the dogs, just keep…
Very nice campground with plenty to do onsite for family. Playground for kids, 2 dog parks, mining, go carts, mini golf. Plus plenty to do in William's AZ with deer farm, Bearizona.
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Easy to get to, lots of space, sites of all sizes! Make sure you go deep enough to see all the dispersed sites, there are plenty of them. Enough space in between to keep things private and its not a far hop to town if you need something.
I stayed here a year ago and came back while passing through. Much better AT&T service this stay. You have your choice of wooden or sun filled sites. Dry camping with no services but just 10 minutes from Williams. Be respectful and kind and pack out your trash. Very quiet at night and didn’t…
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Lots of spots to choose from. Open areas were good for our 34' TT. We had a small fire pit too! It was quiet but there were ATV/UTVs around.
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this was our spot to stop after leaving Las Vegas, NV. About 5 miles from the highway there is a residential area that you pass. The corner house is full of signs, like professional road signs. The GPS directed me left and through a gate. The gate said NO TRESSPASSING. PRIVATE PROPERTY. The last…
This place is awesome. Just about 2 miles east of Winslow off highway to south rim of GCNP. Easy to find and plenty of spaces in the pines. I would avoid of rain is forecast as there are deep mud ruts.
I was able to make last minute reservations. Staff is great. Property is clean and well maintained. Showered $3 for 7 minutes and i felt very exposed- no locks on main door or shower area. Washer and dryer $5 each per load ($10 total for 1 load), restaurant with bar style food- had the pizza and it…
Free camping along the rode, we passed about 10 people before coming to a spot from GCNP. Camped next to the watch tower. Our spot was close to road so lacked toilet privacy, but the other spots were farther off the road. Perfect spot to camp and drive 5 minutes into GCNP.
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This place was great. The road is right outside the GC south rim entrance. As others have said, you won't start seeing campsites until AFTER the stable. If I didn't know that, I would have called it a bust and turned around. We arrived on a Wednesday night and passed several cars/RV's before…