This is another one of those sites I keep finding myself at, I have a soft spot for it and always got on well with the previous owners. Sadly a fire has destroyed the main building and the new owners are currently operating out of an RV. However, I found the new people very friendly and construction has started on new facilities now. This is the closest KOA to the Canyon and VERY quiet, clear skies and cool nights. A good place for a chat round a campfire. It is some 5 miles out of Williams so there is very little nearby. There is a Gas Station that is well stocked and an Indian Crafts shop next door. Good Level sites and once the new building is up, I shall be staying there again to see how its progressed.
Stayed here on the way to Death Valley and to be honest had no problems, it is what it is, and makes a reasonable overnight stop, its not a resort and I found the man who booked us in to be helpful and had no problems at all. Restrooms clean and site was fine and level for a 35ft Class A motorhome. Food could be ordered from a local cafe but have no idea what quality it was and cable TV worked fine at site. Overall it did the job and seemed safe and quiet.
We were disappointed with this KOA to be honest, advertised as being "resort" like and with major improvements I found it to be nothing special at all. The first problem was I was served by a young girl who plainly could not be bothered at all with me and stuck me in a site that was obviously way to small for our 36ft Class A, this despite me clearly stating what I was driving on the KOA reservation form, doubt she even looked at it, went back in to ask for another site, she hardly said a word and simply told me to find another that was suitable and let her know the number, this I did but I was less than impressed with her attitude. The rest rooms are very good, site layout strange to say the least and the shop next to useless, ok was possibly low season but no bread etc? On site food was advertised as 'Sassy's Treats' but when I asked Miss Personality 2008, was told "not doing that anymore" again maybe because was off season, not sure. A reasonable enough place, clean etc. and fine for overnight, but truly nothing special at all in my eyes and not worth the "premium resort" type prices.
This is a "resort" type park and as such has plenty going on and two great pools and spa, very well stocked shop, great breakfasts at the cafe and I found the staff to be very friendly and helpful indeed. The sites are level and have plenty of room, sewer hookups could be better placed however. For this type of site I found the prices very reasonable, free Wi-fi wouldn't go amiss though. One problem is that since the Strip Trolley went bust there's little transport to the strip for those minus a car, Cabs are easily available and its currently about $20 to the south end of the strip. (800) 566-4707