Dogtown Lake Campground

Interstate 40, exit 167, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States | Campground

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Visit to the Grand Canyon.

A travel blog entry by capnmachete on Jul 17, 2013

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Well the first several days have been a lot of fun and quite scenic. The first part of the trip took us over the beautiful and scenic Hwy 108, aka Sonora Pass and on to our first stop at the ghost town of Bodie. Did you know Bodie was the first industrial operation to use Hydroelectric energy to power the mine and town - in 1892. From Bodie it was …

Vegas, Hoover dam, Route 66 and Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91


... and how the "mother road" helped establish America as it is today. The drive invokes nostalgia quite a lot (not that I was around then) There is also a lot of remnants (old gas stations and hotels that are delapadated, and old cars) on the route too which is cool. And the towns along the way are all 50's and 60's etc themed like back in the day. We stayed in Williams for the night on Route 66. It's a great town and really fits the ...

Route 66

A travel blog entry by julieblyth


... easy. Speeds limits were either 65 or 75mph. The RAV that was masquerading as a Mustang seemed to tackle the road with gusto! Got into a small town called Williams around 6pm and found a budget motel. Concrete block walls and quite chilly. Parked up next to some Harley's and then across to supermarket for a roast chicken and salads. Nice little town with friendly people. Will be away early tomorrow for Grand Canyon then ...

Grand Canyon Railway Happy New Year 2014!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel


... how foreign travelers had told us… that Europe had never really saved any of their great parts of history… Either taken over for wealthy or destroyed from wars… We’ve done it right with the National Park Service no matter how many mistakes they make… they have preserved this great heritage of our country…

We made it back to our room and went down to the restaurant for dinner... ...

A special treat

A travel blog entry by bena.maryellen


... but was very long and dark. There was also another short tunnel. The road had so many switchbacks that people who had long vehicles (rv's towing cars, etc.) were cautioned not to take this road. There was another part of the park that we didn't see because it can only be seen by shuttle bus, and we didn't think we had the time.
We then headed for the north rim of the Grand Canyon. I will post those pictures tomorrow, since we have another day in the park ...


This campground, located on Interstate 40, exit 167, Williams, is near Downtown Williams Historic Walk, Thunder Eagle Native Art, Sycamore Canyon, and Bill Williams Monument Park.
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