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Old 04-08-2015, 02:57 PM   #1
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Stayed in Williams for 4 nights, last week. It's my first RV park I've been to and I really liked it. Rates are very good, full hook ups and has community full restrooms which are well kept, W/D machines too. About 1.5 hours from Grand Canyon and sedona
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Old 04-08-2015, 03:10 PM   #2
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Which campground. We stayed at the one at the east end of town last month and had a good time. Grand Canyon Motel and Campground I believe it was called.


Did you go uptown and walk down Rte66?
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Old 04-08-2015, 03:36 PM   #3
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We stayed across the st. From the train depot.
Took the train to the Grand Canyon. Was great!
Could enjoy the scenery. No waiting in the long lines.
Has a dog kennel on site, so the pet does not have to stay
Alone so long.
Hope to get back again.
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Next time dogtown lake.
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Sorry, we stayed at the Grand Canyon rail hotel and RV park, next door to train depot
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A little late here but... we stayed at Canyon Gateway RV Park, just outside of town. We wanted to be closer to town for some down time. If your toad is 4WD, the view from the top of Bill Williams Mtn. is worth your time...cooler too!
Any of the locals can give you the directions. Also, there's a section of old Rt. 66 just west of town that goes into Kingman that was a nice drive.

We also stayed on the North Rim in Jacob Lake at Kaibab RV Village(really nice CG)prior to Williams. We found that with the lesser crowds, higher elevation and cooler temps, the north side of the Canyon was our favorite.
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