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Kaibab Lake Campground

Hwy. 64, I-40 east 2 miles to Exit 165, Williams, AZ 86046
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06/04/2017 06/05/2017
1 room
  • 1 room
    2 adults
    • 2 adults
      0 children
      • 0 children
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        Reviewed December 23, 2016

        Beautiful area among pines. Lake is nearby. Williams is down the road and Flagstaff is approximately 30 minutes away. Convenient access to road that leads to Grand Canyon. Vault toilets only. Nice place to stay if you are properly accommodated.

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        Reviewed September 17, 2016

        Anytime you plan to take a trip, whether it is for a week or an overnight, planning is an important detail. Yet, no matter how much planning you do, sometimes little side trips work out better. Recently my boyfriend and I took an overnight from...More

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        Reviewed July 20, 2016

        This is a really lovely campground, well-managed with tons of lovely sites. We're tent campers and were lucky enough to get a prime spot in the tent-only area. It would have been perfect save for our immediate neighbor who played music all day and right...More

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        Reviewed July 15, 2016

        Very nice and quiet campground in a forest of pine trees. Add a little warm to it and the ambiance is great! In our RV trip we by chance got to stay at some USFS campground that are usually further away from roads and in...More

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        Reviewed July 13, 2016

        I was lucky enough to get a site on the opening week of the campground. The temperatures during the day were warm but the nights were cold, it was still early in the season, the facilities were basic, but very clean and maintained. There are...More

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        • 72
        • Location
        • United States >
        • Arizona >
        • Williams
        • Also Known As
        • Kaibab Lake Campground Hotel Williams
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        vergiedaniels
        Info about tent camping between Williams and entrance to the Grand canyon
        June 16, 2016|
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        Response from Goldencanuck | Reviewed this property |
        You can tent camp at Kaibab, though you're much close to Williams than the Canyon.
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        Rich V
        Is the water level up now and when is fishing allowed, i.e. certain months or year round?
        April 5, 2015|
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        "The sites further up from the lake offer a great view and are away from the commotion of the day use area."
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        "We stayed in space 44 which has a great view of the lake, so does 42."
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