- 1-Room Kabins
- 2-Room Kabins
- BBQ Rentals
- Bear Trax Cafe
- Bike Rentals
- Chalet L3
- Dry Storage
- DVD Rentals
- Gifts and Souvenirs
- Horse Corrals
- Indoor Pool and Spa
- Kamp K9 Off-leash Dog Park
- Laundry Facilities
- Lodge L4
- On Site Dog Walking Service
- On Site RV Repair Service
- Propane Fire Pit Rentals
- Restrooms and Showers
- RV Supplies
- Shuttle Service
- Tour Bookings
- Volleyball Court
Free Hayrides (Seasonal)
Our Hayrides begin mid May and will run every Friday and Saturday evening through mid September
Open all season (April 1 st - October 31st)
There are several Horseshoe Pits located throughout the park
Game Room opens April 1 st - October 31 st daily from 8:00 am until 9:00 pm
Trails for hiking, biking, horses, and ATVs
You can leave right from the campground and walk for miles. Head out through the back gate to hike into the forest or up Dude Mountain. Go out the front entrance to head down Old Route 66 with your bicycles. Or bring your ATVs for some off road fun! These trails are perfect for horses too!
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Kenny Lee as Elvis!
See Kenny Lee as Elvis every Friday and Saturday evening, 7:00-8:00pm. Bear Trax Cafe is open for dinner during this time!
Star Gazing with Kevin
Star Gaze with Kevin Labor Day weekend! On the evenings of August 29 and 30, 2014, Kevin will have his telescope available to view double stars, galaxies, globular clusters, and "lord of the rings" (aka Saturn). Kevin is a Solar System Ambassador through NASA/JPL. He is also a member of the Saturn Observation Campaign for the Cassini Mission. He has been doing presentations for various organizations, schools and space ports for over ten years! Start time is 8:00pm and will go until 11:00pm or longer. Weather permitting.
Meet Your Hosts
"We are especially tailored for families with kids!"
Bruce and Lori Zeller present a friendly, warm and welcoming atmosphere for their guests, and are pleased to share their campground's lovely location in the tall pines of the Kaibab Forest just a short drive from the Grand Canyon.
"We are especially tailored for families with kids," Lori said of the campground, where they've added new amenities for family fun. The campground has a miniature golf course, a paved track for the 3 and 4-wheel fun bikes they rent, jungle gym, and swing sets. During the summer, families enjoy the indoor pool, hayrides, and live music on weekends. The campground is open seasonally, and a movie (rated G or PG) is featured every night in our outdoor theater.
They are located between two major locations Sedona and the Grand Canyon and there are many other Northern Arizona attractions for vacationers to enjoy. Many visitors use the KOA as their base camp, she said, since it is central to attractions and has amenities that kids enjoy.
"It's like living in paradise," Lori said of the 20-acre site filled with trees and beautiful campsites. They take pride in the friendly atmosphere and the high quality of services they provide at the campground. "We like to treat each customer as though they were a guest that we are welcoming into our own home," she added. "We always get comments about how friendly everyone is, and how it's a great place to bring a family," she added.