Circle Pines KOA Campground

Address: 1000 Circle Pines Road, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 1000 Circle Pines Road, Williams, is near Grand Canyon Railway, Williams Depot, Grand Canyon Deer Farm, and Saloon Row Walking Ghost Tour.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCircle Pines KOA Campground Williams

    Reviewed by bjam

    Very comfy Kabin

    Reviewed Aug 3, 2013
    by (3 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

    Peaceful and quiet Setting. Shame about the horning trains, you cant hear the trains, only the horns. Seems popular with dog People.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Circle Pines KOA Campground Williams

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Williams

    Grand Canyon

    A travel blog entry by amygates on Sep 27, 2014

    10 photos

    When we arrived at the Grand Canyon Amanda parked in a carpark where we couldn't actually see the canyon, then blindfolded us and made us walk in a line towards the view point. Then we had to all remove our blindfolds at the same time. Unfortunately it was a very overcast hazy day but the view was still breath taking. We had time to walk around, …

    Supai and Havasu Canyon

    A travel blog entry by moose7200 on Dec 21, 2014

    13 photos

    ... delivered supplies down to the village. They had a school and a general store, and there was also a cafe and a lodge where visitors could stay. There was a lot of space for the horses, donkeys, and mules to stay. There was also a lot of cottonwood trees that meant that there was water, because one foot under the tree you would find water. On top of a cliff there were two stone totems, each one representing the male and female energy of ...

    Page to Williams

    A travel blog entry by roddywyllie on Jul 17, 2014

    140 photos

    ... admiring the view. When I told her what had happened she wasn’t best pleased. I reminded her that I was well insured and she would have been pounds in if I had went over the edge.

    We left the canyon and made our way to Williams. After a short rest at the hotel we had a walk around the town which has a real flavour of Route 66. I had a couple of local beers and Pauline tried some local wine in one of the bars.

    On to Kingman ...

    Yabadabadoo means Thank You... Uh, does it?

    A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... to turn into the lunch spot. She banged up her arm and leg and bike and that just made me the saddest girl in the world. She was in good spirits when we pulled in, but I'm sad knowing she's sad and injured. Hopefully in just a couple of days she'll be back on her bike, but if you could cross your fingers and say your prayers that'd be really great. Lunch was at Bedrock, at least I think that's what it's called. It's apparently the place where the Flinstones lived ...

    Drive to the meteor crater and pueblo dwellings.

    A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Nov 14, 2013

    Fred was anxious to see the meteor hole. It was pretty interesting. It hit the earth at 26,000 miles an hour. At that rate if you got on a plane in LA you would be in New York in 5 minutes. Four football fields could finding the bottom along with four stadiums. If you put the Statue of Liberty at the bottom of the crater the rim would be 200 feet above the torch. It is the best preserved ...