8 Parks near Williams, Arizona
Oct 2015 - $39.00
Standard park. Sites are fairly level. Tables are not at every site and no fire pits. Sites are close together but that seems to be standard in parks like this. Bathroom facilities were clean. Cable is eight channels. Trees in park may block access to you satellite. Had no problems with WiFi. Some truck and train traffic but not very noticeable. - MHexcursions
Sep 2015 - $39.00
Canyon Gateway RV Park is located conveniently off the freeway and features long pull-thru spaces with groomed shade trees at each end. This park does not offer much in the way of extra ammenities, but the staff is friendly, and electric, water and sewer hookups all worked well. Cable TV was very limited and park WiFi did not meet our needs. Our Verizon service worked adequately. All sites are covered with red lava rocks about the size of a quarter. The road surface was covered with a fine red powder which does tend to get on everything. There were a few concrete picnic tables scattered throughout the park, but they could not be moved and most sites did not have a table. We stayed at this park during low season, so had very convenient access to our rig. Parking tow vehicles while the park is full might be a bit of a problem. This park does not recycle. We would happily stay here again. - The Borgs
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Rate with tax is $33.24. Nice location, easy off the freeway in the cute, "Rt. 66" town of Williams, but some freeway noise and more noise from the neighboring Love's truck stop. Difficult to leave windows open at night to cool off because of this. Red packed dirt w/scattered lava rock ranging from pea size to peach size and everything in between. Chunks of lava rock and dog mess look the same so when dog owners allowed pets to do their business at the edge of our site and in empty sites, not everything got picked up. Ok spot when traveling through. - lets move
Apr 2016 - $22.00
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Very good service during check in and they provided an escort to site #4. Parking is on gravel with good power (we used the 30 amp option) and water although we couldn't keep the water hooked up due to cold temperature. Even had to sign a statement that we wouldn't. Very long and wide parking site. Free WiFi but it is up and down a lot and is not very fast but hey, it's free. A lot of train noise especially at night. We would return. - StarlifterFE
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Nice campground with some mountains and trees around you. Site was a little unlevel which would be some what of a problem for those without automatic levelers. Temps dropped below freezing at night during our stay and they would turn off the water to keep pipes from freezing. Over all not a bad place, better than the others we've stayed at in Williams where they pack you in like sardines. Lot spacing was nearby with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface was gravel. - Bert338
Oct 2015 - $39.00
We reserved a deluxe site that was supposed to back up to the woods. Instead, when we arrived, we were escorted to a site right in front of the bathrooms and dumpsters. We asked to move, and the only site they said was available was a double site with someone in the other half. The man who escorted us to our site could not have been nicer. He was very service oriented. It was the office that could not accommodate us and was very rude. The park has a nice theme and is right by the forest. However, our site was so un-level we could barely walk around our rig. The park grounds are covered in rocks and weeds, and these hurt our dogs' paws when we tried to walk them. Sewer hook ups do not hold secure for standard fittings. In fact we kept getting a waft of sewer smell from the rig across the way. We would not stay here again even though we liked the idea of being near the forest. This park was the most disappointing of all the parks we have stayed in the entire time we have been traveling. There are other and better options for RV parks in Williams, and I encourage people to stay at those parks instead. - Dr Karen
Apr 2016 - $48.00
I felt this camp was a bit over priced for what you get. It is an adequate stopover while traveling or on your way to the Grand Canyon (which is 55 miles up the road). Other than a fire ring and picnic table, there is no camping ambiance. Sites were very level with a split rail fence and small tree separating sites. We have four slides and had plenty of width. The roads and pull thrus were easy to navigate in our 40' fifth wheel. The campsites pretty much face the road leading to the Grand Canyon, so there is a lot of traffic going past during the day. We had the impression from the website that the office staff would help with railroad ticketing and Grand Canyon excursions, but they said they didn't have any information. The WIFI was weak and our AT&T signal was mostly out of range. - OH2SD
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Good spot to visit the Grand Canyon. The park is sort of like a parking lot but that's OK it is meant for short term stays, people always coming and going. Sites were big wide pull-thrus. Hook-ups were well placed and modern.
Would stay again. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Mar 2016 - $37.00
We stayed here while exploring the Grand Canyon, Williams and Sedona. Upon arrival we noticed a sign that due to the temperature at night the water would be shut off. That's fine but when they said it would be off from 7:00 PM to 9:00 AM we started asking questions. How can they charge for water and shut it off for over half the day? Especially when the temps weren't below freezing until after 10:00 PM. Obviously they do it before they leave for the night and turn it back on when they open up in the morning. Then once we got to our site I saw the spigot is heated so why would the water need to be shut off? Talking to the guy next to us who checked in shortly after us, he knew nothing about the water and no one in the office mentioned anything to him. So in the end, they didn't even shut off the water.
Sites are so close to each other you can hear everything neighbors say or do. Not to mention some of the rudest neighbors we've experienced at a campground. Even though many spaces were open they kept putting new check ins next to us. Over six days we had four different RVS in one spot next to us. We will never return to this KOA and recommend you look elsewhere. - pfogleboch
Apr 2016 - $20.00
With our Passport America discount this was a bargain! We stayed 5 nights. It's the perfect spot to catch the RR for the grand canyon, visit Bearizona, or just visit cute little downtown Williams, AZ. The facilities are plentiful and spotless. Nice tiled bathroom and showers, nice small laundry area, grills, picnic tables, covered cabana, playground and you can use hotel amenities. WiFi was not great....very spotty but I hear they are upgrading. Staff was super friendly and very helpful. We would absolutely stay here again. - ClassArv
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Paved sites, wifi worked great. Spacing not as close as i feared. Some train noise but know real problem. Good satelite reception. No shade. - rockhill
Apr 2016 - $41.00
Directions sucked. We ended up across the street at the laundromat. Grrrr.
No shade or green anything. Boring parking lot.
SMALL spaces. Stacked up on top of each other.
Poor, pitiful, essentially non-existent Wi-Fi. Couldn't get connected on any device, and their "customer service" was no help at all.
We will not stay here again. Ever. There are several other options, for sure! - Janna
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. - LM&TinView
Sep 2014 - $10.00
I love this place! We occupied a pull-through site with our 38 foot motorhome. We were able to get DirecTV by peeking through the abundant tree coverage. Make sure you come to this campground with water in your tank and your other tanks empty. There is no dump in the park. There are new asphalt roads and site parking. The campground host was very helpful. I was surprised that you could hear so much highway noise here. Thanks for the co-mingled recycling here; wish Corps of Engineers would do likewise in their campgrounds. We would stay here again. - Kent and Margaret
Jun 2014 - $20.00
This CG has 3 large group areas and also individual and double sites. It is really nice in the pines and the sites are well-spaced with many pull-throughs. We planned to stay 4 nights but liked it so much we stayed for 8. The lake was really down because of the drought conditions, but a few people were still fishing. No campfires either. Quiet and friendly hosts kept things well-maintained. We went to one of the private CGs in Williams to use their dump facilities. Dry camping with pit toilets and tables at each site. - gtogrl1
Mar 2016 - $38.00
Great location. Very friendly owners.Super clean restrooms. Free waffles for breakfast. They will take you to town and pick you up. Will definitely stay here again! - Woodchuck1
Mar 2016 - $36.00
We arrived after office hours and the owners still came down to the office when we arrived. They were so friendly and made sure we had all we needed for the shuttle to the train depot and the ride to the Grand Canyon. Our gravel site was fairly spacious and had some shade. A free breakfast and coffee was a surprise. Wonderful two night stay! - The Smith Family
Mar 2016 - $40.00
A large open campground on gravel. Hookups were good and wifi ok. Cable TV hookups were new and excellent signal. There is a large grass field near the campground where dogs could run off leash. Breakfast was served each morning in the office. - gwalter
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
Apr 2016 - $39.00
This is not the closest KOA to the Grand Canyon, but it is the nicest campground with proximity to the park, and it is much cheaper than the other Williams KOA. We stayed here in mid-April (off season) and enjoyed the pleasant ambience of the camp. It is right off the freeway, but trees buffered traffic noise. Roads were adequate to maneuver our 40' fifth wheel and F350 (w/duallies). Our pull through site was relatively level considering the entire campground is on a wooded hillside. Pretty Ponderosa pines, picnic table, fire ring and friendly staff made our visit pleasant. The ladies in the office assigned a site that would accommodate our long rig and four slides, and still have room to park our long tow vehicle. We were escorted to our site and helped to maneuver in. WIFI was weak. Our AT&T cell and data coverage were adequate. Verizon is stronger in this area. No cable TV and only one local TV station on our antenna. Our satellite DISH worked okay. Water pressure was a little high (probably due to few campers during off season). About an hour drive to the Grand Canyon National Park, but price and amenities worth the trip. Other than Trailer Village inside the Park, we did not see any other RV parks that were this pleasant. We would love to stay here again. - OH2SD
Oct 2015 - $64.00
Made the reservations for 2 nights over the internet, no problems upon arrival. We stayed in a nice cabin with bathroom facilities. We decided to stay a 3rd night, but the cabin we had was already rented so we moved to a basic cabin without a bathroom. No problems as the public showers and bathrooms were only 50 steps away. We have stayed many times at KOAs and the one thing in common is highway noise. This location is right off busy Hwy 40 so the traffic is constant. I would suggest bringing some type of mattress cushion, as the beds in these units are very firm. We like the cabins and the coziness they provide. The staff was friendly and very easy to work with. I would stay here again. - p51captain
Sep 2015 - $45.00
We stayed in Sept 2015. Check in was quick and friendly, we were guided to our site #107. The site was long enough but not very level but a little work with our leveler jacks and we were good, the place is on a hillside. No cable but should have for what the price is. WIFI worked great, we didn't use any of the family stuff golf, go arts, pool but they looked fine. We have been here before and will return, overall a nice park. - blowing weeds