cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Very friendly staff, Great location close to town of Williams.
Cons: 1.) Not enough gravel to cut down on dust as some people do not slow down and drive 5 mph speed. 2.) Windy at this park, a factor of terrain and location near the mountains. 3.) my wife says the laundry is not air conditioned and expensive. 4.) Rates at this park are high, "Grand Canyon" tourist syndrome.
Pros: 1.) Close to Williams, 2.) Friendly staff, 3.) Large pull-through's some what level sites. 4.) No problem setting up tent shade canopy's or ground mats
I would stay here again, but be prepared for high rates.
Great location when visiting the Grand Canyon and northern Arizona. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Had a beautiful view of the mountain area around us. Although there is no dog park, the dogs and I really enjoyed the surrounding National Forest. Location was great for a day trip to Winslow and petrified National Park, Sonoma, and the Grand Canyon.
Very nice park, the staff was very helpful with guiding us to local sights and services, the only problem we encountered was weather related, it gets into the 20's at night this time of year and you have to unhook the water each night, but that is a product of the elevation and climate. If you want to see the Grand Canyon ahead of the crowds this park is only about 50 minutes away and we would stay here again should we come back this way.
Decent campground. Nothing fancy but clean and quaint. We were traveling in late September 2017. We have a dog but we don't travel with children. The bath house has "private", unisex bathrooms and they were very clean. Private meaning there was a toilet, sink, and shower in each of the two bathrooms and there was another with just the toilet and sink. The laundry room is in the same building but we didn't use it so I can't rate it. Our site, which was one of the deluxe, pull through sites, was very level and spacious. The WiFi was very good. Downtown Williams AZ is right up the street on historic Route 66 and has several restaurants and shops. It took us about 45 minutes to drive to the Grand Canyon, which was a straight shot from the campground. I would have given it 5 stars of it wasn't for the trains coming through blowing their horns. They didn't bother me at night, but I'm a very heavy sleeper.
We stayed here for a month. The sites are roomy enough, although they are on a slant so we couldn't use the picnic table. You're not allowed to unhook your tow vehicle in front of the office. They don't tell you that until after you start unhooking. When we checked in, we were told that they would inform us if there was going to be a frost. They didn't. They also didn't inform us when they worked on the water pipes throughout the campground. With no warning at all, they shut off the water. We thought it was just our site until we noticed everyone outside checking their water hoses. Beyond the water issue, you can't drive your car to the laundry. There is a parking area at the bottom of a hill in back of the laundry, but you'd have to haul your clothes up that hill. Fortunately our site was close to the laundry so it wasn't difficult for us, but I'd hate to be farther away and have to carry the laundry basket all the way over there. There are 4 washers ($2) and 4 dryers ($2.50). The bath/shower rooms are in the same building as the laundry. Bath/showers are large and clean. Laundry is clean but not very big.
This was a decent campground. Things that could have been better....most sites face west so you have the sun in your face, sites are very unlevel, the heated indoor pool was cold but it was muggy in the room (only one window that they would let us open so we couldn't get a breeze flowing- kids wouldn't go back due to bugs in pool and temp). Restrooms were clean. Williams is a neat little town to walk around in. Bearizona is very close and was surprisingly worth the money. Not too far of a drive to Grand Canyon.
Nice place located only 1 hour from the Grand Canyon and right near historic town of Williams.
Beautiful scenery would stay here again. Sites are totally level which makes it a little difficult.
We have a 44 ft fiver and had no trouble getting in and out of the park. We did pay extra for a
Premium site which provided us with some shade trees other sites do not provide any shade.
Nice park with a nice personality and a good view from the higher Eastern spots. Friendly and helpful staff. I would definitely stay here again. We drove by the other RV parks in Williams and this one has the best layout with plenty of space between spots
Coming from New Mexico we planned on staying here because it's close to Grand Canyon (53 miles). Hit a blizzard and came into the park while it was snowing heavily. Park has very interesting rail cars you can rent. Bathrooms were very clean. Staff helpful and gave us recommendations for eateries. I'll stay here again.
A nice campground where you don't feel like you're on top of your neighbors. The site are more than adequate for a long rig which is a huge plus when you're hauling a 40' FW. A very pleasant and peaceful experience. We did not use any of the facilities so could not add any ratings.
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