Grand Canyon / Williams Koa

Williams, Arizona

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This cozy, quiet campground is the KOA closest to the Grand Canyon! Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins, RV Sites and Tent Sites all come with star-filled nights that beg you to make s'mores around a campfire. KOA's front desk team (next to the coffee bar) can help with advance or on-site tour arrangements. A luxury van tour can pick you up at KOA. Take a trip back in time while riding the Grand Canyon Railway or fly over the mile-deep chasm in a helicopter. Area attractions include float trips, jeep excursions and horseback rides. After a day of hiking and exploring, enjoy this KOA's heated pool, gourmet coffee bar, gem mining station and gift shop. Pool: May 25 - Oct. 1. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your host: Kathy Maassen.

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