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Kaibab Lake Campground
Kingman, Arizona, United States
1 review
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
“Beautiful place”
Reviewed May 29, 2012

Spent 6 days up there and had a wonderful,relaxing time.Only problem I had was with the pit toilets.They needed desperately to be pumped.The camp host and hostess were wonderful.Will definitely go back again.Very spacious.

  • Stayed May 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 26, 2012

Reserved two spaces next to each other for friends and family for two weeks. Very well developed campground, but no hook-ups of course. But cell coverage was sufficient to allow my IPad to hookup to the web, using Verizon. In fact I am writing this review from the campground. Okay, I know I'm camping, right? Actually I am in a 31 foot Rv, boondocking. Williams is a couple miles away to load water and dump sewer for about $15.00. The lake is very nice, though somewhat low. The state stocks it with fish. Our 13 year-old's sour mood turned to delight when he caught his first fish from the canoe; a 10 inch, rainbow trout! Fire restrictions forbid open fires, but we had propane fire pits, roasted marshmallows and made s'mores. Tomorrow we'll be taking the Grand Canyon Railroad to the Grand Canyon for a day trip. The railroad depot is in Williams, leaves at 9:00 am, back at 6:30 pm. Nice. The campground hosts are very nice, one helped me back the popup into it's space. They also stock worms for bait an ice cream (funny sentence eh?) Vault toilets, the usual, water is available, but not for filing rv tanks. Very mature ponderosa pines, very rocky (volcanic) and somewhat hilly. All the roads are newly paved. Boat ramp, boat motor restricted to 8 hp.
Dogs are welcome; leashed. Lots of bike riding opportunities. Hiking also is available. Very clean campground. Big, spacious spaces, you are certainly NOT on top of your neighbor. Very nice campground for nice price.

Room Tip: We stayed in space 44 which has a great view of the lake, so does 42.
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  • Stayed May 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed January 5, 2009

We stay in this campground several times during the summer months as we get away from the heat in the valley. They put in new rest rooms in the upper area in 2008 so that made it much better. We always stay in the upper campground as there is less traffic there and the camp hosts keep the spaces clean.

My husband fishes in Kaibab Lake and also at several other locations around Williams and always gets his limit. We like it here as it is close to all the facilities that we could want in Williams.

The worst thing we have encountered was in June and it was the "no-seeums" which are little bugs that you can't see but they bite you like a mosquito and itch like crazy.

Since there are no showers or hookups, you have to go to town and pay to shower at one of the RV Parks and that can get expensive at $5.00 per shower. They do have a dump station at the campground but it costs.

  • Stayed June 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 21, 2007

We had a company camp out where we had an entire group site. I was a little nervous after reading the reviews of the grounds, but once I arrived I was no longer feeling anxious. First of all, the previous reviews were 4 years ago, and much has changed. The facilities have drinking water and vault bathrooms. I was concerned about having the "vault" toilets, but all in all was happier with that than water flushing toilets!!!! There was no odor at all, the bathrooms are brand spanking new from June 06'. They have a huge room with enough space to dress if you would like, a toilet, antibacterial hand sanitizer, and tissue. That is all, but so clean and I was impressed. There are camp hosts that come through the camp several times a day cleaning up and checking on the facility. There are metal fire pits with a grill on top, plastisized picnic tables and the forest has already been thinned out appropriately. All in all a good experience. The lake was a little low, but is Arizona! The lake was fully stocked with Trout and Catfish.

Stayed May 2007
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Reviewed September 1, 2003

We visited Kaibab lake on the way to the Grand Canyon.It was a beautiful ,quite place.A serene lake .A few people here and there were fishing.A good place for taking pictures ,an on-the-way lunch ,a quite relaxing nap . The forest grounds were peaceful.But the restrooms were unbearable .Otherwise,its a good resting place on the way to or from the Grand Canyon.

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Reviewed February 2, 2003

Drove through the campground after leaving Grand Canyon, and spent a couple hours. The lake is down at least half....severe drought in the area. The pit toilets are a little gross, unless your'e used to roughing it. It was tough on the women with us.

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Property: Kaibab Lake Campground
Address: Hwy. 64, I-40 east 2 miles to Exit 165, Williams, AZ 86046
Location: United States > Arizona > Williams
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Ranked #5 of 10 Specialty Lodging in Williams
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Number of rooms: 72
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