Grand Canyon / Williams KOA

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Info: 928-635-2307

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5333 State Highway 64

Williams, AZ 86046

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Local Area Attractions

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Our Team Would Love to Help find the Activities Best Suited to Delight Each Person in Your Party.  Stop by the Front Desk or Call in Advance and We Will Make All Your Arrangements.

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Grand Canyon National Park

The Grand Canyon is one of the most spectacular of arid land erosion in the world. The park encompasses 1904 square miles, including 277 miles of the Colorado River. South Rim facilities are open all year. Stop and see the Grand Canyon IMAX theater then begin your day with a visit to the National Park Visitor's Center to get maps, brochures and view the slide presentation. Stop at Mather Point, Yavapai Point and Museum, historic El Tovar Lodge and the Bright Angel Lodge then begin your tour of the West Rim by free shuttle bus - this is an 8 mile one-way trip and shuttles come by every 15 minutes so take your time at the various overlooks. Visit the Grand Canyon National Park online for more information.

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Helicopter/Airplane Flights

Fly over the Grand Canyon and experience a spectacular aerial tour of one of nature's noblest creations! See the office for details.

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Grand Canyon Railway

Williams is home of the Grand Canyon Railway , a century-old rail line taking you to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Be entertained by cowboy characters, enjoy the tunes of strolling musicians and be part of a mock train robbery. The Railway is just minutes from the KOA. Your round trip will be 65 miles and prices for trips range from $45 to $85 for children and $60 up to $150 for adults. A variety of trips are available.

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Flagstaff Area National Monuments

Wupatki, Sunset Crater Volcano, and Walnut Canyon National Monuments are managed collectively as the Flagstaff Area National Monuments. Look up at Sunset Craters cinder cone, down into Walnut Canyon, and out across the Wupatki grasslands to the Painted Desert. At all three monuments, the earths geologic past lies exposed, shaped by the violence of volcanic eruptions and by the slow erosion of older rock layers. Visit the National Monuments online for more information. Wupatki contains more than 800 separate ruins which were built during the 11th and 13th centuries. Much of Wupatki can be experienced by driving the 35-mile loop road connecting the park to U.S. 89. Sunset Crater Volcano was born in a series of eruptions. At the base of Sunset Crater, walk the one-mile lava flow trail. Walnut Creek carved a 600-foot deep canyon into the local Kaibab limestone as it flowed east. Imagine how the Sinagua Indians existed among these cliffs as you take an easy hike along two different trails at Walnut Canyon. There is also a visitor center, museum and book store. Walnut Canyon is located off I-40 on Exit 204, just east of Flagstaff.

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Local Area Activities

Whether visiting The Grand Canyon for the first time or returning for your annual visit, be sure to allow extra days to visit all that Northern Arizona has to offer. As the closest KOA to the Grand Canyon, let us host you on your journey to explore The National Park, visit Bearizona, explore the red rocks of Sedona and take a helicopter tour of the canyon. Call our reservation desk before you come or stop by our office once you arrive and we will help you book activities to delight each person in your party.

Visit Our Front Desk for Tickets and Tour Bookings

Our Team Would Love to Help find the Activities Best Suited to Delight Each Person in Your Party.  Stop by the Front Desk or Call in Advance and We Will Make All Your Arrangements.

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4th of July in Williams

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Van Tours of the Grand Canyon

Our most popular tour allows you to leave your RV at the KOA and take a personalized escorted tour to the South Rim on a 14 passenger, air conditioned van.
     -Tour Guides are the best! and know how to avoid the crowds
     -Many stops at viewpoints along the rim
     -Picnic lunch and time for shopping
     -Visit abandoned mines and places that you can not drive to on your own!
     -Native American cliff dwellings, Condors, trails, mules rides, boats and rapids on the river
     -The tours depart from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily and reservations are recommended.  Anyone of our staff at the Grand Canyon KOA can help make a reservation for Canyon Dave or All-Star Tours, or feel free to give us a call before you arrive and we be happy to make a reservation for you.

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Jeep Tours

Enjoy the sites of rugged Arizona on either a morning day or sunset tour. This tour picks up and drops off directly from the KOA!  For more information ask at our registration desk.

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Rafting Trips

There is no better way to enjoy the local landscapes than a rafting trip down the Colorado River.  Try a 1-day White Water Rafting Adventure or for a calmer experience the 1-day Smooth Water Float.  Anyone of our staff at the Grand Canyon KOA can help make a reservation for these tours, or feel free to give us a call before you arrive and we be happy to make a reservation for you.

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