Cataract Lake Campground

Address: Interstate 40, Exit 161, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on Interstate 40, Exit 161, Williams, is near Downtown Williams Historic Walk, Thunder Eagle Native Art, Sycamore Canyon, and Bill Williams Monument Park.
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Travel Blogs from Williams

Grand Canyon Railway & Fred Harvey Full Dome Car!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jan 05, 2015

1 comment, 45 photos

... a land owner on the South Rim... he did the old political thing and finally convinced the then Atchinson, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company to build a spur to the South Rim and in 1901 the track was completed. On Sept 17, 1901 the first steam train made the trip and took passengers and freight from Williams AZ to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.

The railway changed ...

Holbrook to Williams

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 11, 2014

64 photos

... I-40 where it replaces much of the inter joining towns. Passing over a lake shown on the sat nav, which was actually a dried out lake with not a drop of water in sight. Coming up to the entrance for Williams, was a theme park Bearizona, within the Kaibab national forest. The town itself was a little further around the mountain. Williams - our stop for the night arriving about 3.30pm with blazing heat and sunshine. We drove from bottom to the very top end of town, seeing what ...

Canyon lands

A travel blog entry by josh-and-abbie on Aug 24, 2014

1 comment

... the south ridge where we were blown away by the views of multiple stops. A fitting end to our expereince was a fact that really made us appreciate the awe and size of the canyon. Whilst the pictures will hopefully show how minescule the Colarado river looks within the might of the Canyon, it is infact enormous. 17,000 cubic gallons of water flow over a set of rapids each second. That's 17,000 basketballs per second in a tiny part if the river! With that our time in the Canyon was up ...

The Wild Wild West

A travel blog entry by pezusa2014 on Jul 30, 2014

8 photos

... 9mm semi auto pistols. So Snap was kept busy for a few minutes....funny that!

Leaving Oatman we rode up the mountain to Sitgreaves Pass almost on top of the world, then down to Cool Springs and into Hackberry where we met some bikers from Kingman on their mid week ride. They gave us some great tips on roads and riding in the area. From Hackberry onwards to Seligman for lunch at the Road Kill Café. Great food here ...

Day 61: Grand Canyon ---> Williams, AZ

A travel blog entry by breezer.hill on Jul 11, 2014

... s always a spectacle when we show up places as a large group. Stares typically ensue. I begrudgingly left the coffee shop and the Grand Canyon, but at least with a great group of friends-Sam M, Ali, Tay, and Lauren. We got about a mile and a half out of the park when we came upon the IMAX National Geographic theater that offers showings of the "4 million year history of the Grand Canyon in 34 minutes." Missing the gorgeous ...

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