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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Travel Blogs from Williams
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 …
... and a mini Kuerig for Aimee and tons of hugs and kisses! We caught up for awhile then went out for dinner.
Williams is a great little town with Route 66 running right through it. We had a nice dinner out together, got the kids to bed, then talked about our route and plans for our time together. It was so amazing to see family and we are really looking forward to our time together on the ...
... and this time Erin did the narration for us. There were 20 stops. At the pueblo besides the rooms there was a kiva, a place where private religious ceremonies took place. They had reconstructed a circular gathering space that functioned somewhat like a town square and it was a place for public religious ceremonies. Further down into the valley there was a larger oval-shaped ball field that has also been ...