12 RV Parks near Valle, Arizona
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Valle. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Valle in the left hand column.
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Still one of our favorite NF CGs. We don't stay at the Group Area per se, but the individual campsites are in the same area, just a different loop.
This year, we found that we get slightly better cell coverage at the northwest end of the CG, near the host. - LMandTinView
Aug 2015 - $14.00
This "Dry Camping" - so no utilities. Very nice picnic tables and fire rings. I rated the CG a ten on the merits of the questions, but be warned - there is plenty of noise from people running generators, which is frustrating, because I wouldn't take the gift of one.
I have a 19' Airstream - other campers were mostly Class A's and larger 5th wheels. the larger the "rigs" the more generator noise you'll encounter. - Anthony Sherman
Jun 2015 - $10.00
This is an outstanding campground for those who don't need/want utilities. There's water at each (very clean) vault toilet, but filling RVs is discouraged. The driveways and pads are all asphalt (note: can't select asphalt in Site Surface) so there's hardly any dust. There are Ponderosa pines all around that cut down wind but allow enough sunlight so solar panels work fine.
The campground is just 1.6 miles north of I-40 so it's convenient for an overnight stay vs the hassle of checking into a commercial campground . The hosts are helpful and personable except one blowhard who's annoying but harmless.
There's a dump station at Love's Truck Stop 4 miles west on I-40. They also have good fuel prices, propane, a tire shop if you need it and, of course, fast food. - LMandTinView
May 2018 - $42.00
We stayed twice in May going to and returning from Santa Fe with our RV Club. I liked the park but as others pointed out the owner is OCD about signage. Someone should tell the owner that posting too many signs results in nobody reading them. The pull through sites on the slope need to be leveled. As a civil engineer, they could have a road grader simply moving roughly 2" to 3" of the existing gravel base would level the sites. Having said that, I'll return but book one of the perimeter sites that appeared to be more level than the pull through sites - Vegas Tom
Apr 2018 - $45.00
Be sure to not show up before checkin time and make sure to pull all the way up to the stop sign. A campgrounds with strict rules. Not a PA campground as their printed paperwork shows. - boomerlee
Nov 2017 - $27.00
We stayed 2 nights so we could visit the Grand Canyon. Park was almost empty, excellent WiFi, which we don't experience often. Helpful staff, no road noise but it's cold outside so no windows open. We would visit again. - NicKay
May 2018 - $45.00
This is a very nice, Friendly personnel, Park. Only about 60 miles to main entrance of Grand Canyon. They offer waffles and juice and cereal for breakfast in the office daily. They also offer discounted tickets to take the train to GC. If you choose to drive to GC they will come and let your dog out and take for a short walk. No set price, donations accepted. Didn't use but there was a hot tub, laundry facilities. - RV FullTimers
May 2018 - $45.00
The park was well maintained and convenient to everything. The sites are gravel and level. They served a continental breakfast (free) while we were there. We were there on a weekend, so I'm not sure if it is everyday or just weekends. I felt like $45 was too much for the park with a Good Sam discount. The train that goes to the Grand Canyon passes by several times a day and blows its whistle. They don't run the train late or too early so it didn't bother us. - Liz in Texas
Apr 2018 - $40.00
We were here for a week, mainly to visit the Grand Canyon south rim. Some of the sites had trees and ours did. There was a good picnic table and the hookups were well placed. The tracks for the Grand Canyon Railroad and another train were next to the campground. Although the GC train came back by 6 p.m., some nights we still heard the other train after midnight. Fortunately it didn't need to blow the whistle for a crossing so it didn't keep us up. We would return to this campground if we were in the area. - lce3
Nov 2017 - $42.00
Why this park gets more than one star baffles me. It is obviously a housing area for campers. The trailers and motorhomes are old and all have significant trash outside - - a couple intending to stay for a week drove around and took off post haste. If we had done a "drive through", we would have done the same thing. This place is awful! Williams is a wonderful town and the hour drive to the Grand Canyon are the only positives I can mention about this place. Do not believe the positive reviews about this park. I wouldn't pay more than $5 a night and actually would rather stay at a Walmart. We will never come back to this campground. - wingop
Oct 2017 - $39.00
Most of the washers and dryers were broken. The cable TV for my spot did not work. I ran the cable to the next space which was vacant. This was my first time here. I did not have a reservation but they handled me just fine. This was a one night stay on the way to the Grand Canyon. - Leon2017
Sep 2017 - $36.00
Great park wonderful staff, clean! lava rock in park was a little tough on feet. Great views. across from loves truck stop. Close to food and shopping! - 10shifter
May 2018 - $37.00
Was assigned a back-in site, #11. However, when being escorted to our site the attendant took us thru site #10, which in turn made it a lot easier to get into our site. No backing in. Just pulled thru. However, this wouldn't have happened had someone been in site #10. We stayed here 2 nites. It's in a great location to access the Grand Canyon, National Park. I would stay here again. I just wish it was a little warmer. - Mr Bates
Apr 2018 - $65.00
Ugh...Passing through and planned for two nights with a day visiting the Grand Canyon. For $65 dollars a night I got: barren (my site had a small tree that hadn't leafed out yet) unlevel sites on dusty crushed rock, no AT&T signal and very poor WiFi, Cable TV that is BARELY viewable (very fuzzy/snowy), and lowish water pressure. Pull through was plenty long for my 32ft Class C and toad. I did not use their facilities or service (other than check in) so I gave those satisfactory ratings. My impression: this place screams for some local competition to make them step up their game. - Skip and Linda
Jan 2018 - $35.00
Came back because its location is very good with access to the Canyon and easy getting into Williams. Our party was in a big pull-thru full hook-up RV site and one of the Camp Cabins. It's a clean and well maintained place. The fenced off-leash dog area is a blessing that we used everyday because the rest of the park is graded sharp edge gravel - ouch. Even the pups got sore paw pads from the gravel. The 2 weeks over the Winter Holiday is a PEAK SEASON for the Canyon. There's long waits at the park gate and the KOA fills-up every night. We met forks from SO many places - most all states and Canada to New Caledonia! So, we will probably skip this holiday period in the future. - Scarab0088
May 2018 - $35.00
This park is in a good location just off of I-40 in downtown Williams and easy walking distance to just about anything you need. You are right next to the train depot so you hear the train whistles that run throughout the day and night (some are VERY loud!). There are 124 FHU 50 amp rv spaces which are a mix of pull-through, back-in and buddy sites. We stayed in site 514, a back-in site. Sites are paved but very close together with a strip of gravel in between and a picnic table. Interior roads are also paved and easy to navigate, but the park is really a giant parking lot with almost zero landscaping. Park was at or near capacity every day we were there, so I highly recommend making reservations. 20 cable channels and 4 movie channels (Stars & Encore) included in the daily rate. There is a shuttle that you can take to go anywhere on their property including the train depot, hotel and restaurant. The restaurant charges $26 per person for the buffet, but they did allow us to look at it beforehand (and we chose to eat elsewhere). Bathrooms consisted of 5 toilets and 5 showers and were very clean and well appointed. Laundry area was somewhat on the small side for a park this size with 5 washers and 5 dryers. The heated swimming pool and hot tub are located within the hotel, and both were very clean and refreshing. Also located in the hotel is Spenser's Pub (small bar and light fare), fitness area (with newer, clean machines) and even a small gameroom for the kids complete with an air hockey table and arcade games. The park has a small store with necessities and even a dog kennel. Free Wifi was the fastest I have ever used! Staff were friendly and accommodating. It does get windy here and we had several days of 30-40 mph wind gusts during our stay. We used a combination of our PA and AARP discounts. Use Google Maps to find the check-in building, as it's poorly marked and can be confusing to find (it's across the street from the park). We liked this park and would return. - RVIN 24-7
May 2018 - $25.00
Park was very nice and easy to access. The staff were very friendly and helpful at check in. Close to railway so some train noise but that's why you are here. Sites are paved and not may trees or grass between sites. - Greg and Brenda
Apr 2018 - $42.00
Very close together but very nice & clean. Great place for bicycle riding. Food & drink establishments were very good and friendly. Has a pet resort but not really anyplace for a dog to nose around. - Psushu
Oct 2017 - $14.00
The breaker on the wall blows and a man comes out to yell at us that we need to unplug it! After trying to explain to him that we payed for electric for our heater. He continues to yell at us. We turn off heater and call the office. It's now 1030pm the office is close. The guy in the office dates we are fine and can use our heater. Mind you everyone on the wall has big RVs or big extension cords on every outlet.The breaker blows again!. A woman comes out yelling and cussing at us!!! We told her we talked to the people in the office. By this time it's 40 below and we are freezing!! Now we are in our car just try to stay warm. We call the office again to see if we can move to a differnt spot because we don't appreciate being yelled at or cussed at over something that we were told was ok! The guy in the office proceed to tell us. "Then I suggest you just on hook your heater or leave!!" I told him we wanted a refund for the night. He said ya sure, at 6am if we're here! I have never been treated with such disrespect in my life! We pack up and leave and will NEVER return!!! - Kenna Amason
Apr 2017 - $17.00
An older park, and definitely 'long in the tooth.' Could use some serious updating, but the 'kitsch' aspect was fun - having grown up with the Flintstones cartoons as kids. Plenty of room and good places to walk the dogs, but not the most scenic of land parcels. No shops or markets nearby other than 7-11 style curb market, so bring everything you need with you. Folks were very friendly, however, and we slept well. - ziaptrn
Apr 2017 - $19.00
We were planning to visit Grand Canyon and this place is really close. We were thrilled to find something this close at a reasonable price... until we showed up. This place was just a dirt parking lot with some water and electric hook-ups. We were directed to the pull-thru sites and were told that the electricity in site G wasn't working. We chose the site next to it so we could let the kids play out front without worrying about someone pulling into that site. Shortly after we got set up, someone arrived to work on the electricity in site G. They pulled their pickup truck onto our site, just outside our front door and under our awning. One of them sat inside the truck smoking a cigarette, so we had to close our door and windows. While they were out there, and since we had to close the door and windows, we turned on our A/C, and popped the breaker. I reset it and tried again with the same result. The only things running were the A/C and refrigerator. This had never been a problem in a 30 amp site. I went outside and explained to the guy outside that I was unable to run my A/C and asked if maybe they were having general trouble with the electricity. He seemed insulted and said the electricity was good and that it must be my RV. I responded that we had used it several times (we are full-timers) without problems. He insisted that it was my problem and not his. He even offered to go grab his testing equipment to see how many amps I was drawing. I agreed, and he never returned. The gift shop was in poor repair. A lot of the items, including food items, appeared to have been wet previously, maybe from a roof leak. The whole place was just run-down and in desperate need of updating. There is what they call a theme park. They charge $5 per person. A quick peek over the gate led us to believe it was in the same state of disrepair as the rest of the place, so we didn't waste our money. Overall, its a great location, but not so great park. - The Rowlands
Oct 2017 - $35.00
A nice KOA and definitely good value. Sites vary in size a bit and we were lucky with a fairly large site. Not much in the way of shade but some trees. It is noisy with the highway and odd train but not horrible. Close to WIlliams and an hour from the Grand Canyon. Liked the mini golf and all kinds of kids seemed to love the bouncy pillow and playgrounds. - CCMcLeod
Sep 2017 - $46.00
We stayed here for 3 night to visit Lake Havasu & the Grand Canyon. The site was not bad left to right, but the front of the camper was way above ground so my auto-level was useless. Good place to stay if visiting Williams or taking train to GC. There are other CG's in town that are level. - miller.va
Sep 2017 - $47.00
September 29- This KOA campground is the most kid oriented KOA I've ever seen. Mini golf, a giant bouncy thing. (I even tried it.) A spot to "mine" for minerals. There was even a go cart track. (Don't know if this was free and if there was an added cost for it.) Arcade games in the game room. Quick and easy check in. We were escorted to our site. Our site was fairly level. Lots of pine trees abound. We had a site closest to the road but it did not bother us. Breakfast and dinners available for purchase. Nice indoor pool and hot tub. Nice dog area with ramps for the dogs. (Ours wasn't able to understand the purpose of the ramps even after I explained and demonstrated.) A bit pricey for what I am used to paying but we would stay here again. - ForestWalker
Jun 2011 - $18.00
This is a Kaibab Forest Campground with no hookups. It is 19 miles southeast of Williams and the last 10 miles is on a gravel road. The campground fills up on the weekends in the summer, reservations for some sites are available. The lake is stocked for fishing and good for kayaking or canoeing, small electric motors are allowed. Good ATV roads are near by. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. National Parks Passes will decrease the nightly rate by 50%. - JEMc
Oct 2017 - $35.00
We stayed here overnight after a long day. The staff was very helpful and put us in a pull-through site so we did not need to disconnect. We were welcomed in the office by a very cute little dog. Ok, the older marine in her charge was not that cute... Yes, an older park but all the utilities worked just fine, access from I-40 was easy, very quiet even though the freeway was pretty close, and no problem entering the site. The WiFi was dazzling: quick connection, fast, did not get dropped - perfect for planning our next moves. The cost was very reasonable for what it was. We will definitely stop here again. - Old Geezer
Nov 2016 - $40.00
I was having engine problems and had to stay somewhere for the night. The office was not open so I pulled into an open spot and planned to check in the morning. At 6am someone was banging on my door threatening to call the police because I was not registered. It was a nightmare. The sites are not level, the park is dirty and the staff unfriendly. I do not recommend this park. Keep rolling and avoid at all costs. - RV4me16
Oct 2016 - $23.00
Our truck broke down 2 miles from Ash Fork. Good Sam ERS selected this CG for us.
This is a very old, former KOA. Been through a couple of owners since then. As others have stated, the current owner has been putting a lot of money into bringing this place back to its former glory.
We found the Managers to be very accommodating and very knowledgeable of the area. This came in handy as we had 9 days to do sightseeing.
For the value - I'd stay here again.
Rate listed was approximate GS daily rate - I paid for a week, then added 2 more nights. - jbeletti