This was our first time camping in our travel trailer. Circle Pines KOA was great. The campsites and facilities are very clean. The staff was excellent! They were so helpful, giving us tips with our trailer to make our trip go smoothly. There were tons of activities for the kids and the campground is very dog friendly. We can’t wait to go back!
Its a large KOA right off the highway. Nice facility, with bathrooms, showers, a store, and more. We’ve stayed here twice. Once in a tent and once in a cabin. They offer nicer cabins that’s almost it’s own little house with your own bathroom and kitchen. We stayed in a basic cabin with only beds and a heater. But it was enough for what we wanted. Camp sites are close to each other a long with the cabins. It’s a nice facility to stay at that’s on alternative to a hotel however you don’t get that camping feel with all the people being packed in one area. While staying here we visited our beloved Bearizona, and downtown Williams. Some of our favorite things to do in AZ. If you really want a camping feel, then I would not recommend however if you want a nice alternative to a hotel and to enjoy the outdoors this is your spot.
Lots going on here, quite a bit of noise but plenty of fun, especially if you have restless kids!
Lots to do for kids. Nice wooded sites. Rzr trails in the area and close to lots of fishing. Town of Williams is a tourist adventure and Bearzona is a Blast!! 🎣🐻🦉🌲
Nice park clean friendly staff. Lots of activities for the kids. But here’s a warning site #67 was so small I couldn’t put my awning out. So unlevel that I ran out of leveling blocks trying to compensate. And the worst part the sewer connection was HIGHER than my TT so every time I had to empty my tanks I had to jack my trailer up higher than the drain.
We only stayed here one night but my kids begged to go back for the rest of the trip. The tent sites were perfect for what we needed and even had electrical outlets. Showers and facilties were clean and in good condition. My kids loved the bounce pillow and the playground. We also had fun swimming in the pool. There are go carts and some other activities that are paid but we didn’t do any of those because there were so many other free options. Bearizona and the Deer Farm are just minutes away.
go-karts, play areas, ‘trampoline’, hiking trails, pets, under the trees, Indoor pool and spa, activities, snack bar, laundry, store. low water pressure for sewer clean out though. right now due to fire restrictions can only use propane for fires, bbq and ground. close to Bearizona, Williams. great for camping and ‘glamping’
It's a great base for visiting both Flagstaff (30 mins) and Grand Canyon (65 minutes), however the current construction on I-40 has closed the exit for this campground. It's not too inconvenient to go one mile west and backtrack to get off at 167 eastbound, but if you want to get on I-40 West to go one mile to the GC exit, the detour adds 30 minutes to your trip. If there are back roads, KOA should make them known because even Google doesn't have it.
Other than that, the campground is decent. Restrooms are clean and stocked. Showers are hot. The tent sites are more out in the open than I'd prefer, and you see and hear the freeway from your site. There's a pool, mini golf, gaga ball court, giant pillow, and go karts which were great entertainment for the kids during fire restrictions.
Lots to do here. Camped in 32 Foot Class C. Easy to manuver and great hooks ups. VERY Kid friendly. We to Bearizona, Rode go-carts, played mini golf. Bikes work well here. Swimming pool is indoors. Sheets are very clean. As of May 2018 I-40 is under contraction making this a bit tough to get too but manageable.
Nice park, plenty of amenities, dog park, pull thru sites..close but not unbearable…plenty of room for tip outs..Close to Williams, hour drive to Grand canyon NP. Seems like there's abundant KOA bashing going on these days…This park is not one of them…