Dogtown Lake Campground

Address: Interstate 40, exit 167, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States | Campground
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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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        Travel Blogs from Williams

        Spectacular scenery the order of the day

        A travel blog entry by judencharlie on Oct 07, 2015

        15 photos

        ... directed one minute to travel the North Frontage, then the next we travel the south frontage road. There have been occasions we have had to travel the I-40, the interstate which replaced Route66. The eighteen wheelers on the superslab - yuck! Anyway, we note from flagstaff there is a huge section of the I-40 that we need to travel - virtually all the way to Williams so we think let's head south to Sedona, past Red Rock secret Mountain area, loop through ...

        Monument Valley to Williams, AZ

        A travel blog entry by harleyrider2 on Aug 23, 2015

        13 photos

        ... 40 in Arizona from being built around the town. After settlements called for the state to build three Williams exits, the suits were dropped and I-40 was completed. On October 13, 1984, Interstate 40 was opened around the town and newspapers the next day reported the essential end of US 66. The following year, Route 66 was decommissioned.

        We had an awful sleep as it was so hot last night, punctuated with a constant rainfall throughout ...

        Glad to be out exploring

        A travel blog entry by bobert on Jul 27, 2015

        14 photos

        ... town it appears really proud of itself and is kept tidy and clean with lots for tourists and hikers alike. The main east/west railroad also passes through the town and the distinctive US train whistle can be heard at times. We did see a massive container train pass through earlier. It had four engines pulling boggies of containers stacked two high and must have been a good mile long. Williams is named after a trapper that used to ...

        Short travel day

        A travel blog entry by project66 on May 11, 2015

        ... in the car and drive as far as we can because on Wed. we want to be in San Bernadino in order to meet our family in LA. for the celebration weekend of our grand daughter; Grace's graduation from USC on Thursday. I will try and do a blog from San Beradino if I can but we are staying in a Wigwam and who knows even if there will be a bath room! So until you hear from us again know we are cruising along. ...

        Grand Canyon Railway & Fred Harvey Full Dome Car!

        A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jan 05, 2015

        1 comment, 45 photos

        ... with the automobile and after years of losses and mis-management the last train ran to the South Rim in June of 1968. Remember that during the hey days... it tanked water, supplies and other goods as well as people to the South Rim... The last train leaving the Grand Canyon had just 3 paying passengers on board.

        The tracks lay quiet and stayed that way for nearly 20 ...

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