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08/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
We’ve had the pleasure of staying at Railside RV Ranch three times now. We wanted a safe, convenient location in Williams away from the hustle and bustle of Flagstaff for our 38-foot motorhome while we explored the local attractions. We wanted comforts of home like free Wi-Fi at our site, great satellite TV and cell phone reception, strong water pressure, stable 50 amp electricity, and full hook-ups on this trip although park offers partial hook-up sites. The restrooms, showers, and laundry are immaculate (cleaned and stocked twice daily) and safe. Rates are comparable to other area RV parks, but it’s the aesthetics that sets it apart from the rest. Open all-year-round, the park’s shade trees encourage relaxation and rejuvenation. The great layout and spacious sites makes it easy to navigate a big rig around the Park. Unlike other parks graveled roads and gravel sites minimize dust. Some sites also have a concrete pad and picnic table. A favorite destination we’ll return to again and again! Conveniently situated on Route 66 between Chino Valley to the west, Flagstaff to the east, Grand Canyon to the north, and Camp Verde to the south. The park is 5 minutes from the Grand Canyon Railway Station, Dairy Queen, Safeway, restaurants, and banking and 20 minutes from Camping World at Belmont on I-40. Nearby attractions include the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, Bill Williams Mtn, Route 66, Flagstaff (all that a city has to offer!) and many Indian ruins.
10/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
We’ve had the pleasure of staying here twice now. Getting to this peaceful park is easy using the map and driving instructions on their web site. We wanted a safe, convenient location in the Verde Valley for our 38-foot motorhome while we explored the local attractions. We wanted comforts of home like free Wi-Fi at our site, great satellite TV and cell phone reception, strong water pressure, stable 50 amp electricity, and full hook-ups on this trip although offers partial hook-up sites. The restrooms, showers, and laundry are immaculate (cleaned and stocked twice daily) and safe. Rates are comparable to other area RV parks. Open all-year-round, the park’s tall shade trees, manicured gardens, and grass lawns encourage relaxation and rejuvenation. The great layout and spacious sites makes it easy to navigate a big rig around the Park. Unlike other parks, paved roads and gravel sites minimize dust. Most sites also have a concrete pad and picnic table. A favorite destination we’ll return to again and again! Conveniently situated between Cottonwood to the west, Camp Verde to the east, Sedona to the north, and Prescott to the south. The park is 10 minutes from Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Safeway, Fry’s, restaurants, and banks. Nearby attractions include Out of Africa Wildlife Park, Red Rock State Park , Oak Creek Canyon , Jerome, Cliff Castle casino, and many Indian ruins.
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