Grand Canyon / Williams KOA
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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After only getting one and a half hour sleep, we decided to rejig our plans so that we could get more sleep before we embarked on the 5 hour drive to the Grand Canyon, with a stopover at the Hoover Dam. As a result, we raced through the National Park by driving to each look out point, hopping out to take photos and hopping back in to race to the …
Northern Arizona is beautiful as always with lots of red rock formations. The wind came up and was quite ferocious, so we decided to stop early. I noticed that there were KOA's all across Arizona, so picked one of the two in Williams and called for a reservation. I am happy that I renewed my membership this year because we have stayed at quite a …
... with views of Cathedral Rock on our left. The trail was a two mile loop and took us almost two hours.
On the way back to Sedona, we stopped at another Viewpoint and this one was truly a good view of Bell Rock and several other prominent features. At this stop we saw our first Phainopepla, a all black bird with a crest and white in its wings when it flies. We also went down Chapel Road to the Chapel of the Holy Cross. It was built on a ...
... we went up the stairs to the outside observation deck and took pictures. Derek and Erin decided that they wanted to ride Insanity. Larry and I watched and I took video and pictures of them. Then we rode the elevator up to the Big Shot where all four of us got on. This ride shot us up to the very top of the stratosphere and dropped us just as fast and then we bounced until we came all the way back down, ...