Camper Village

Address: Tusayan, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Tusayan

The Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by kcasey1 on Dec 09, 2014

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This was the most amazing experience. We were picked up from the hotel and taken to the airport to board a flight on a Lear jet to the Grand Canyon national park. We then jumped on a helicopter and got to fly over the Grand Canyon. The colours were amazing and the view from above was absolutely worth every cent. It was incredible!!! Returned to Vegas by Lear jet and got dressed and went out for ...

Back in the cold weather

A travel blog entry by larryg59 on Nov 19, 2014

Well from nice weather to cold weather, had a good time down south.....accomplished a lot of things, we figured out what we are going to get the grandkids for Christmas, looked at a few rv's and I think we found one that we both like, just getting the price like we want.....maybe wait to buy next year (we shall see). Picked up some ...

Grand Canyon days 6-8

A travel blog entry by meganop on Nov 03, 2014

16 photos

... state. So please read the rest of this with a thick Arizonan twang to your voice. That is how it is being said in Ma head as I write it. Unfortunately Andrews voice is not deep enough to be a local Arizonan. The roads were very long and dead straight. We came up with a fun game where you race the Expected arrival time on the gps and try to beet it or make it sooner. This game did require you to drive like a Californian. It is quite scary when driving in the dark on the ...

Williams to Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 12, 2014

41 photos

... cars parked up. On the opposite side was the Flintstones campsite. It had Fred's diner and an amusement park. Taking a look at what it was all about; it had Flintstones & film souvenirs, along with the usual Route 66 stuff. A little further along was another store 'rocks and more' with some big old tractors parked outside. There was also a western scene with bronze statues of cowboys & their mustang horses. Along a little further was the airport ...

Grand Canyon National Park

A travel blog entry by skm80098 on Oct 11, 2014

1 comment, 34 photos

... The Bucks seemed to be in packs of 8 or 10 and would be grazing right close to all of the motorhomes and bathrooms.  The Elk were huge, especially the bucks and all had some very large racks.  The morning we saw the coyote, we were walking on a trail and it came out of the woods and wandered down the middle of the road.  I was a little concerned at first, but it seemed to mind its own business and ...