Grand Canyon Railway RV Park Williams Arizona



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RV Park: Grand Canyon Railway RV Park
Location: 601 W. Franklin Ave
Williams, Arizona 86046
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800-843-8724
   
 
   
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Welcome to Grand Canyon Railway RV Park in Williams Arizona. This beautiful well manicured RV Park offers all of the amenities and comforts of home. Visit them soon and relax. Find Arizona RV Parks near Williams Arizona 86046. You'll be sure to create memories the whole family can enjoy for generations. Open All Year! A Grand Choice Amongst Arizona RV Parks Set in the mountain community of Williams—Gateway to the Grand Canyon—the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park is the ideal place to unwind and relax. We have everything you need for an unforgettable experience, whether you’re hitting the open road as a couple or a family. Because when you’re traveling by RV, there’s no finer choice in northern Arizona than the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park. Let Us “Drive” For a Change Take the historic train from Williams into Grand Canyon National Park without having to worry about navigating your rig through the busy Grand Canyon roadways! Simply park your RV in the clean mountain air in Williams, adjacent to the historic train depot. Grand Canyon Railway RV Park is also just two blocks away from Route 66 and downtown Williams. Directions to: 601 W. Franklin Ave Williams Arizona The area is easy to get to via Interstate roadways. However, Grand Canyon Country is a remote part of the United States. The closest major metro area is Phoenix, about 180 miles away, or a 2.5-hour drive from Phoenix to Williams. Las Vegas is about a 3.5-hour drive from Williams (233 miles). If you’re coming from the Los Angeles area, plan about 7.5 hours to drive to Williams. Take Interstate 15 north to Barstow, then Interstate 40 east all the way to Williams. If you’re traveling from Phoenix, take Interstate 17 North to Flagstaff. At the I-40 Interchange, go west toward Williams. We have three types of RV spaces that will help make for a relaxing home away from home. Select from pull-throughs, buddy spaces or back-ins. All spaces are 50-amp and large enough for big rigs. Each space comes with cable TV, wireless Internet, access to the indoor swimming pool and hot tub at the adjacent Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, new shower facilities and more! The property has coin-operated laundry machines, a common picnic area with gas grills and a fire pit, and is the only all-paved RV park in the Williams area. RV Park Highlights Ultra-clean and maintained with pride 124 extra-wide spaces, 50 amp Pull-throughs & buddy spaces Cable TV Free wireless Internet access Laundry facilities Showers Convenience store Pet Resort Basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoes Fitness Trail Just 2 blocks from Route 66 Only all-paved park in region RV Park Amenities: Take a Dip As a guest of the RV Park, feel free to use the facilities at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, including the indoor swimming pool and hot tub. There is also a fitness room with exercise equipment, if you’re looking for a little more strenuous workout. Pet Resort Travel with your pets and know that while you’re going to the Grand Canyon on the train, they’ll be having a great time in their own right. Our Pet Resort features 8 spacious rooms for dogs and 16 comfortable custom-made condos for cats, so your furry friends will have a great vacation, too! Grand Canyon Railway RV Park has all the amenities you need for a resort-style RVing experience. As our guest, you have access to everything the property has to offer. Close to Nature The park has a picnic pavilion with four premium gas grills along with a community fire pit, so you can be in the greatest of outdoor settings. Enjoy the fresh air and lovely mountain backdrop, mixed with the familiar sound of train whistles from the nearby railroad. Outdoor Fun Our fitness trail circles the property and leads over to the rest of the campus, including the train depot, or you can walk right in to downtown Williams and Route 66, just two blocks south. Feeling more active? Shoot some hoops at our basketball court or play a game of volleyball or horseshoes. There’s plenty to do! Creature Comforts You’ll feel right at home at our RV Park. Get plugged in with cable TV and all the major channels or open up your computer and take advantage of free wireless Internet. The park has a laundry room so you catch up on the linens, or escape to our large, clean shower facilities that feature floor-to-ceiling ceramic tile. If you’re coming from the Los Angeles area, plan about 7.5 hours to drive to Williams. Take Interstate 15 north to Barstow, then Interstate 40 east all the way to Williams. If you’re traveling from Phoenix, take Interstate 17 North to Flagstaff. At the I-40 Interchange, go west toward Williams. Area Attractions and things to do: Williams, Arizona, located in the heart of the Kaibab National Forest at an elevation of 6,770 feet. Founded in 1881, Williams was named for the famous trapper, scout and mountain man, "Old Bill Williams." A statue of "Old Bill" stands in Monument Park, located on the west side of the city. The large mountain directly south of town is named Bill Williams Mountain and the Town was incorporated July 9, 1901. Also known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon®," Williams was the last town on Historic Route 66 to be bypassed by Interstate 40. The community, bypassed on Oct. 13, 1984, continues to thrive on tourism. Boasting seven area fishing lakes, hiking trails up Bill Williams Mountain and into Sycamore Canyon, an alpine ski area and cross country ski trails, four seasons weather and an abundance of wildlife, Williams offers unlimited recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. The Historic Downtown District covers six square blocks. There is something for everyone in Williams, Arizona. The town boasts a rich heritage that features the Old West and Route 66 coupled with tourism trends today and the town's heyday years of the '50s and '60s. Best Golf in Northern Arizona Did you know that Williams is home to one of the best kept secrets in golf? Come and Visit the City owned Elephant Rocks Golf Course. For more information go to www.elephant-rocks.com or call (928) 635-4935. For more information that will lead to a delightful stay in Williams, contact the Williams-Forest Service Visitors' Center at (928) 635-4061. Williams, Arizona Activities Arizona Forest Service Visitor Center Williams Forest National Park Arizona Mountain Ranch Stables Arizona Grand Canyon Deer Farm Williams Colorado River Rafting Williams Grand Canyon National Park Williams Africa Wildlife Park Williams Arizona Grand Canyon Railway Known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon," Williams, Arizona, is a scenic mountain town located on the famous Route 66 highway, nestled at the base of the mountains and surrounded by an expansive Ponderosa pine forest. With interesting shops, fun events, adventure tours, hiking trails, fishing, horseback riding, skiing, great dining, and a host of attractions and things to do, historic Williams is a popular destination for vacations and weekend getaways in Northern Arizona. www.experiencewilliams.com Area Attractions and things to do: Williams and Forest Service Visitor Center - Make the most of your visit to Northern Arizona with a stop at this helpful visitor center that offers history exhibits, National Park entrance passes, Forest Service maps, visitor information, tour details, a bookstore, and more, all housed in a historic 1901 railway depot. www.experiencewilliams.com/Visitor-Center.180.0.html Petrified Forest National Park - Explore this colorful park that features 200-million-year-old fossils and petrified wood, Painted Desert hillsides, historic buildings, native grasslands, and plenty of scenic wonders and fascinating science. www.nps.gov/pefo/historyculture/pdi.htm Meteor Crater - This well-preserved meteorite impact site was caused nearly 50,000 years ago, when an asteroid hit the Earth at 26,000 miles per hour. The huge crater is more than 550 feet deep and visitors can visit the crater, walk along observation trails, explore the interactive discovery center, watch a movie about meteors and learn about the impact that caused this massive crater. www.meteorcrater.com Lowell Observatory - Join a guided tour, look through huge telescopes, watch a wide-screen movie presentation, visit the exhibit hall and take home a souvenir from the gift shop at this working observatory and research lab. www.lowell.edu Mountain Ranch Stables - Enjoy guided horseback rides through Ponderosa pine forests and Arizona's high country past Bill William's Mountain and San Francisco Peak. www.mountainranchstables.com Grand Canyon Skywalk - Located on the Grand Canyon's west rim, the Grand Canyon Skywalk takes visitors on a walk through the sky on its unique glass-bottomed observation deck that extends 70 feet, directly across the canyon and 4,000 feet above the Colorado River. Visitors can also enjoy lunch at the café, peruse the gift shop and enjoy Native American dance and song performances from the Hualapai Tribe. www.grandcanyonskywalk.com Jerome Ghost Town - Founded in 1876 and once a prosperous copper mining town, Jerome became a virtual ghost town when the mine closed in 1953. Today visitors can explore historic buildings, visit a history museum, tour the old mine and blacksmith shop, peruse shops, dine at restaurants, and try to win big at the local casino. www.azjerome.com Grand Canyon Deer Farm- Kids of all ages will love this farm that lets you touch and feed animals like Reindeer, Axis Deer, Wallabies, Marmosets, Cattle, a Camel and Bison. www.deerfarm.com Sycamore Canyon - With 55,937 acres of wilderness, colorful cliffs, towering pinnacles, forest areas, and a true wilderness, Sycamore Canyon offers visitors a rare escape to a true wilderness filled with hiking and horseback riding trails, swimming and fishing holes, Indian ruins and animals like black bear, mountain lion, bandit-masked ringtail cats, and canyon wrens. www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/recreation/red_rock/sycamore-canyon-wild.shtml Lake Powell - This large lake offers stunning scenery, 2,000 miles of shoreline, lake cruises, boat and jet ski rentals, houseboat rentals, waterskiing, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, a museum, golfing, a marina, restaurants, and more. www.lakepowell.com Colorado River Rafting - Experience the drama and excitement of rafting on the Colorado River with a day trip discovery tour narrated by experienced guides who take rafters down the river, past sandstone cliffs, the Glen Canyon dam, ancient petroglyphs, and more. www.raftthecanyon.com Arizona Snowbowl - Ski or snowboard on this mountain resort's 32 runs during the winter months or ride up the mountain on the scenic Skyride, enjoy hiking trails, disc golf and guided ranger tours during the summer at this popular mountain resort. www.arizonasnowbowl.com Route 66 - Opened to travelers in 1926, Route 66 – commonly called the Mother Road – winds its way for 200 miles through historic towns, past Native American reservations, wild desert areas, and interesting attractions like the Jackrabbit Trading Post, Holbrook's Wigwam Village, the Meteor Crater, Ash Fork's Settler's Cemetery, Seligman's old Harvey House, and more. http://www.azrt66.com/index.htm Grand Canyon National Park - This amazing natural wonder features a steep, one-mile deep canyon that runs for 190 miles through the Arizona desert. With its stunning red rock formations, beautiful waterfalls and rivers, abundant wildlife and opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding, rafting and camping, Grand Canyon National Park hosts more than five million visitors each year. www.nps.gov/grca Northern Arizona Barbeque Festival - This fun event will satisfy any barbeque fanatic with delicious barbecue food, live music, a beer and wine garden and of course, and an exciting professional barbecue cook-off contest. www.nazbbq.com Sedona Heritage Museum - Explore the history of Arizona's pioneers through historic buildings, artifact displays, craft demonstrations, classes, vintage machinery exhibits, an orchard, and a gift shop. The museum's 5-acre park area is also available for picnics and weddings. www.sedonamuseum.org Out of Africa Wildlife Park & Preserve - Experience up-close encounters with giraffes, wildebeests, zebras, lions, tigers, panthers, hyena, wolves and other live animals at this unique wildlife theme park that offers narrated tram tours, live animal shows and photo safaris. www.outofafricapark.com National Geographic Visitor Center - Make sure to stop here before visiting the spectacular Grand Canyon. Visitors can get plenty of vacation information for Grand Canyon area attractions, activities, and sightseeing tours, watch an IMAX movie about the Grand Canyon, buy park passes, stock up on souvenirs and grab a snack. www.explorethecanyon.com Grand Canyon Railway - Hop aboard this 100-year-old railway line for a scenic ride to Grand Canyon National Park. The Grand Canyon Railway features four classes of service on restored antique passenger cars with trains departing daily from Williams to the awe-inspiring edge of the Grand Canyon. www.thetrain.com Arboretum at Flagstaff - Explore 200 acres of nature trails, native plants and Ponderosa forest at this botanical garden and nature center that offers daily guided tours, classes and a live Birds of Prey program. www.thearb.org Beaver Street Brewery Beaver Street Brewery is located approximately 37 miles from Williams. Read more about Beaver Street Brewery in Flagstaff, AZ Castle Golf Family Fun Park Castle Golf Family Fun Park is located approximately 52 miles from Williams. Read more about Castle Golf Family Fun Park in Prescott Valley, AZ Cheyava Falls Cheyava Falls is located approximately 56 miles from Williams. Read more about Cheyava Falls in North Rim, AZ Dead Horse Ranch State Park Dead Horse Ranch State Park is located approximately 45 miles from Williams. Read more about Dead Horse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood, AZ Fiftyfoot Falls Fiftyfoot Falls is located approximately 65 miles from Williams. Read more about Fiftyfoot Falls in Supai, AZ Flagstaff Brewing Flagstaff Brewing is located approximately 37 miles from Williams. Read more about Flagstaff Brewing in Flagstaff, AZ Grand Canyon Grand Canyon is located approximately 49 miles from Williams. Read more about Grand Canyon in Grand Canyon, AZ Grand Canyon Brewery Grand Canyon Brewery is located in Williams. Read more about Grand Canyon Brewery in Williams, AZ Grand Canyon Railroad Grand Canyon Railroad is located in Williams. Read more about Grand Canyon Railroad in Williams, AZ Havasu Falls Havasu Falls is located approximately 66 miles from Williams. Read more about Havasu Falls in Supai, AZ Lumberyard Brewing Lumberyard Brewing is located approximately 37 miles from Williams. Read more about Lumberyard Brewing in Flagstaff, AZ Mogollon Brewing Mogollon Brewing is located approximately 40 miles from Williams. Read more about Mogollon Brewing in Flagstaff, AZ Mooney Falls Mooney Falls is located approximately 66 miles from Williams. Read more about Mooney Falls in Supai, AZ Mother Road Brewing Mother Road Brewing is located approximately 37 miles from Williams. Read more about Mother Road Brewing in Flagstaff, AZ Navajo Falls Navajo Falls is located approximately 65 miles from Williams. Read more about Navajo Falls in Supai, AZ Oak Creek Brewery and Grill Oak Creek Brewery and Grill is located approximately 45 miles from Williams. Read more about Oak Creek Brewery and Grill in Sedona, AZ Oak Creek Brewing Oak Creek Brewing is located approximately 44 miles from Williams. Read more about Oak Creek Brewing in Sedona, AZ Out of Africa Wildlife Park Out of Africa Wildlife Park is located approximately 56 miles from Williams. Read more about Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Cornville, AZ Page Springs State Fish Cultural Station Page Springs State Fish Cultural Station is located approximately 47 miles from Williams. Read more about Page Springs State Fish Cultural Station in Cornville, AZ Prescott Brewing Prescott Brewing is located approximately 59 miles from Williams. Read more about Prescott Brewing in Prescott, AZ Prescott Zoo Prescott Zoo is located approximately 54 miles from Williams. Read more about Prescott Zoo in Prescott, AZ Ribbon Falls Ribbon Falls is located approximately 56 miles from Williams. Read more about Ribbon Falls in North Rim, AZ Sunset Crater Volcano Sunset Crater Volcano is located approximately 50 miles from Williams. Read more about Sunset Crater Volcano in Flagstaff, AZ Tuzigoot Tuzigoot is located approximately 43 miles from Williams. Read more about Tuzigoot in Cottonwood, AZ Walnut Canyon Walnut Canyon is located approximately 55 miles from Williams. Read more about Walnut Canyon in Mormon Lake, AZ World's Largest Kokopelli World's Largest Kokopelli is located approximately 60 miles from Williams. Read more about World's Largest Kokopelli in Lake Montezuma, AZ
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