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post Feb 13 2006, 09:47 PM
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Hi all,

I am new to this forum. I have been reading the reviews of different campgrounds and love the section.

I was hoping for some more help on picking out a good, full hook-up campground for our trip this summer.

Here are our stops:

Barstow/Yermo, CA - Calico Ghost Town
Williams, AZ - South Rim of the Grand Canyon
Flagstaff, AZ - Indian ruins
Jacob Lake - North Rim of the Grand Canyon
Springdale, UT - Zion National Park

I have picked out some campgrounds, but want to know from you folks which campgrounds you recommend.

Has anyone heard of a new campground in Williams called The Canyon Motel and Railroad RV Park? This is NOT the Railside RV Ranch campground. This is just before the Railside RV on the same street.

Any and all advice will be greatly valued!!


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post Feb 20 2006, 10:55 AM
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We think Cannon Gateway is OK to park in for short time. Couple items are on some sites you park one in front and other in same lane, not all sites are this way, good view on front row, roads and sites are large Red rocks. We looked at KOA sites and did not see much to write home about. Tour down town Williams, lot of history and old sites to see. Town was a mining camp long ago. Great place to eat close to train station with home made pies.

Woody Mountain is OK as you would not spent a lot of time in campground anyway.

Zion Canyon is very nice and you would be happy.

Have a great trip!

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