We spent a couple of nights here. Nice, clean park, paved sites. And they recycle--a huge plus in my book. We got there at a decent hour and had time to really relax and enjoy our evening. There is a hotel here as well and park guests get access keys to use the pool and fitness center which is nice, but, silly us, we didn't take advantage of either. We really just wanted a nice base to explore the Grand Canyon.
Adjacent to the store, where you check in, is a kennel. The ride to/from Grand Canyon was just long enough that I thought my dog would be happier in a place where she was free to go outside when she wanted. It only cost $23 for the day and that got us our choice of kennels, medium or large. Of course I went for the large so my baby didn't feel too cramped. They're very conscientious about caring for the animals--at check-in and even as you go to drop them off. They make you step on a mat and then a towel to dry your feet so you don't bring in any outside contaminants that may harm the animals. I took a tour before leaving my dog there and felt very comfortable leaving her.
The staff was very nice to us and our dog. Would definitely stay here again simply for the train. However, there's not really anything in the town itself. If you need more hustle and bustle, drive another 30 or so minutes to Flagstaff. The location was just right for our needs, though, and the price reflected the location.
- Also Known As:
- Grand Canyon Railway Rv Park Hotel Williams