This KOA has lot's of space, from private tent sites to RV with full hookups, fully equipped cabins, even a giant Wigwam to stay at. It also has a pool, playground, small libary, and a well stocked store, everyday they cook food that you can buy instead of cooking yourself. This KOA is in the route 66 town of Holbrook, a small quiet town, with gas, groceries, and fast food all with in a mile of the campsite, the Petirfied Forest is a 30 mintue drive away and worth the trip. During this trip we took a big family group, and normally we tent camp, but we decided to stay in their biggest cabin, it was big and beautiful 3 a/c units, full small kitchen, loft full bathroom and lot's of comfy seat's, all you had to do was bring your clothes and food, everything was there for you. From the gas grill to the fully equipped kitchen, it was a super easy stay. This cabin slept 7 and had a eat in porch as well. It was a little on the pricey side at $160 a night but we felt worth it's price.Check out the video for a video tour of the cabin.
We ended up at the beautiful campground as a second choice. Boy oh boy weren't we glad that we ended up here!! just about a mile out of Prescott there was this gem of a campground. This is a short drive to downtown Prescott. Once again Arizona does not fail us. The price was amazing at $14 a night. There is 4 vaulted toilets,which were in good condition, and at each of them there is a water spicket, with very good drinking water total of 9 water hydrates, 4 trash dumpsters as well. We brought our small tent this time since it was just a 1 night stay. spacious tent spot with plenty of room where we could of fit our 11 ft tent. We could of easily of backed a pop up and turned it around in there. We saw a few Rvs there. There were plenty of spots for bigger Rvs as well. Sites were far apart, 52 single and 4 double spots. 5 are pull through, 34 back in and 17 paralell parking. campsites were not off of one road, you are able to drive down different roads to find different sites. The sites with parallel parking didn't seem pleasing to us but to some of night. Every, and I mean every site was booked for this holiday weekend. We did not hike this trip but there was a trail near our campsite, definitely a must on our next visit there.
We read one review on this campground and it stated the campground was dirt. We pulled up and were taken away by the beauty. So many trees and beautiful campsites. With only 16 campsites, you have your own piece of camping paradise. There is 2 vaulted toilets, very well maintain, and new. There is an easy trail that runs along the campground, maybe a mile and half, easy walk. You can use wood from the forrest or buy some from the host. We did tent camp and I wish we would of brought a rake to remove rocks from our tent site. Our tent is 11ft and fit wonderfully! Plenty of space to put up tent,bbq grill, stove, and have your vehicle along side of you. There are Rv sites there as well. In our spot you could of easily placed a pop up and move it in. There is water at the host area, no cost. Before you get to the campsite there is a general store that has many items if you forgot something. We did wonder down to go find the graces of Scott Stott and Wilson, but we were not able to. We followed the GPS and reviews and people stated it was close to the campground. We walked a good 30 minutes and found nothing. We believe it is in a canyon which we did not feel comfortable hiking down. We road out a crazy storm, and the canyons made the thunder sound like a really mad Greek God. If you enjoy some antiques and thrift stores Heber-Overgaard offer some unique and great stores. Black Canyon Lake is just a shirt trip down the road. beautiful to walk around and lots of room to fish. Lake was low when we went. This campground has made it to the list of favorites!
This is a Great Campground, right before you get down into the busier side of Moab, great spot close to everything, that's around the area. The staff is super friendly and very helpful. The camp it shelf has tent site's which we stood at, but also RV sites, and even small rooms. They have a community outdoor and indoor kitchen, very clean restrooms with nice showers, as well as small helpful things like, a community closeline to dry off close, a small rec room with lot's of information. The campground is right off the main highway, close to traffic, but hidden away as well, you can hear the car's travel, but that kind of thing dosen't bother me. When we went it was a full house, all site's were booked, it was quite busy, but not overly crowded. So it's a small campground but enough space for everyone. Also this campground is the best value around over $20 cheaper per night than anyone else around for our tent site.The tent site, are close together in there own area, but elevated to give you your own private space, each one had a tent dyrt pad, a firepit and a bench, all are numbered making them easy to find, you also have your own dedicated parking spot. For being so close to everything Moab has to offer and the best price around, I would highly recommend this campground, and I know this is the place I will come back to time and time again.
What a great little campground nestled in the Williams forest area, about a 20 mile drive from downtown Williams and 15 of those miles are on a well kept dirt road. Super nice camp Host was very helpful.The campsite is very well maintained, a very simple campground surrounding White Horse lake. Clean and well stocked Toilets and water are the basic amenities. We tent camped at what I'm going to say is the best site on the grounds Loop C 58.The campsite had a gravel tent pad, fire ring with grill insert, and a picnic table. The view of the lake was wonderful and we were sourrounded by tall pine trees. A bit of a walk to haul your stuff in, but well worth the extra effort of doing so. We walked around the campground and were impressed on how tiddy it is, and for $25 a night a good deal to be sure. There's some good things to do like 2 hiking trails, fish the lake, you can bring a no motorized boat, paddle broad, or canoe and spend some time on the lake, if you wanna take a drive you are about 1.5 hours away from the Grand Canyon, 20 Mintues from Downtown Williams or Bearizona and 25 mintues from the Deer Farm, all great family fun. While we were their they had an food vendor selling all kinds of food and renting paddle boards, they even sold a few " I FORGOT ITEMS" (toothpaste, ice,bread, etc.) They have a spot till the end of the 2018 summer season, but not sure if they will be back as it all depends on the forestry department. It was nice to have a local vendor close by, instead of tracking into town, and the snowcone were awesome,,,
This is a New KOA during our stay the had some working being done still, they have just finished the bathrooms and showers, the road was still also being worked on, but was fine to drive in my car. It's very close to the actual park entrance only a few miles away, the wifi is spotty at best, and our electrical on our tent site was not yet up and running, they only had fire would for sale, as they were putting a small store together, and the road noise is not bad but it's right by the main roadway, with that all being said, all can easily be put aside as the VIEW…..AMAZING!!!
The bathrooms and showers had very nice materials in them, they were also putting together the kids playground, I plan to come back next year when hopefully it's complete. For the 3 night stay Under $120 it was perfect, which included our grass site for two tent's a fire ring with grill insert and a picnic table. There's another cool rock structure called Mexican hat which is about 30 minutes east and if you drive a little over an hour you can visit the four corners.
I love this place, This dry Cavern tour is worth the $20 admission fee, I have done this tour about 4 times, Although they have a ghost tour which was a lot of fun, they will give you a discounted price for a combo standard tour and Ghost tour, I also got a Good Sams discount during my stay.
The grounds have a general store, mini golf course that is pretty run down, trails, motel, Restaurant (the food is quiet good).They even have introduced a cavern dining experience. They also offer a night stay in the Cavern but it's very pricey. They had a very cool walk thru museum with all kids of things from the past mainly the 1960's bu I enjoyed it. The gift shop is pretty nice as well, there's lots of photo opportunities.
I did a tent site, and the campground was not packed so they told me I could camp wherever I wanted, we still did a primitive campsite, for $40 a night we got a site, fire ring and a Continental breakfast.The restrooms with showers were very nice and clean, the campground it self has seen better days, but again, the Cavern makes all the little issue's all worth it.
This KOA is a few minutes drive into famous Seligman, AZ which was the town on route 66 that inspired the Disney Movie CARS, and you can see that everywhere in the town. The town has lot's of tourist type shopping, great places to eat like Roadkill Cafe, and west side Lido's, as well as a neat Thrift store, I always visit. There's not much in the area, but a 20 minute drive west on route 66 will get you to the Grand Canyon Caverns, my review of their campground can be found on the Dyrt site.
This KOA we tent camped at, our site was on a grassy area, with gravel car parking for one car. We had an electrical outlet but didn't use it. The site was well shaded with trees and had a fire ring, about a 2 minute walk to the restrooms and showers. on site they have a store and a pool. It's a small KOA but to camp with our tent was under $25 a night. We happened to camp during monsoon season and had some very awesome lighting storms from far away to watch..
We plan to camp here again, the owners were vert helpful and super friendly, the only issues was a train run all night pretty close to the campground, but I found the noise very calming and there were a lot of bugs in the restroom at night, but again it's camping, so I understood.
This KOA is very clean and has ton's of amenities on site, very nice showers and bathrooms, some of the amenities are mini golf, pan for gems, trails, go karts, peddle cars, playground, laundry room, store,small arcade, just to name a few, not all the amenities are free. Close to Williams,AZ one exit away, also close to Bearizona, Grand Canyon, Deer farm. They have everything from campsites that are primitive to a full group cabin to rent and everything in between.
During our stay we rented a 4 person cabin, while other family members that we were there to camp with had a pull thru spot for there 5th wheel.
Our cabin has a queen size bed and a bunk bed, the room had a TV, picnic table. fire pit, swinging porch bench, and a heater, the rest rooms where a quick minute walk away.
This campground is free up to 14 days to stay at, no water, hookups, very basic site's fire ring and grill inserts, 2 bathrooms, and that's about it. If you camp on the mountainside nothing up there but great views.
There a small town called Meadview that's your last stop for gas, light supplies, and food, there's a very good place to eat called the Crows Nest very good food at great prices.
From the gravel road, you will be at the campground after about 5 miles, another 2 miles from the campground is the river.