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We came in late and left early the next morning, but from what we saw, the park and the bathrooms were really clean. As we were leaving, we dropped the keys to our trailer and didn’t notice they were missing until we were over a...More
Terrible customer service at this place. We are full time RVers and often stay at KOAs. We pulled into this place at 11:30 and was told by a very snarky woman at the desk that check in is at noon and we have to pay...More
We had a little difficulty finding the RV park, but it was worth it. The have an office with a nice assortment of grocery items. The campgrounds were orderly and well maintained. The restrooms and showers were in good order and clean, and everything was...More
We tent camped for 2 nights here - The park was neat and tidy, and the tent sites were on a lawn area at the back of the park. While not right on the highway, the tent sites are closest, and it's still possible to...More
We stayed in the deluxe sites best camp site we ever had, BUT KOA service people need to clean area up before next people come in. We had a picnic table, 4 chairs and table and rocking patio chairs to sit around the fire. Poor...More
Let Holbrook/Petrified Forest KOA be your base camp to explore all the surrounding National Parks and Monuments. Easy access to I-40 gets you to the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest National Park (20 …Moreminutes). Take a day trip to the Grand Canyon (2.5 hours), Canyon de Chelly (1.5+ hours), Monument Valley (2.5+ hours), or Fort Apache (1.5 hours). Walk around the rim of Meteor Crater, less than an hour west. Or stop at the Hubbell Trading Post (a National Historic Site) on the Navajo Reservation. In Holbrook, drive through town on the original Route 66 (don't miss the Wigwam Motel). Check out the museum of Historic Route 66 and The Hashknife Outfit – one of the west's largest cattle ranches. Back at the campground, relax, enjoy a stunning sunset, and shop for silver and turquoise jewelry in our store. Then plan your next day's adventures. Pool: May 4 - September 29. Max pull thru: 100 feet. Less