Kaibab Lake Campground

Hwy. 64, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Williams

Grand Canyon Railway Happy New Year 2014!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel


... that since the train wasn't on the track, that the gun fight was a diversion to move the train with all the people milling around... and as expected, as the gun fight got started, the engines started to push the rail cars back into the siding next to the depot...

It’s been years... I think the last time I was on a Super Dome car was back when I was 7 or 8 and went back to Wash D.C. with my mom... of course ...

Grand Canyon visit & overnight in Williams

A travel blog entry by devsy2612


... viewpoints. Left at the South Rim exit and stopped off at an IMAX cinema to watch an IMAX film of the canyon. Excellent. Bought a DVD copy for Dad. Drove to Williams. A real kitch mixture of Wild West, Victoriana and Route 66 50's culture. Great street cowboy theatre. Enjoyed a few beers, a veggie taco and live cowboy music before staggering back along Route 66 with lots of photos on the ...

Lake Powell/Flagstaff/Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by andreasnider


... 8217;re really are ready to get this day over with because tomorrow (Sunday) is Emmitt’s birthday…our little man turns 8. Hopefully our fun Sunday will make up for our exceptionally ****** Saturday. Sorry for the whininess…this RV will drive you mad I tell you. We are still having fun despite the challenges. And yes Clark, the quest will continue tomorrow, hopefully with a new A/C unit in the bedroom. Keeping it real for you guys. Thanks for reading. ...

Camels In The Forest.

A travel blog entry by mrlocation


... were on a Forest Road, we were following as closely as possible the original route. We are only a few miles north of the Interstate and it was quite wild and beautiful out there. We would be driving through a forest when suddenly we would be out on an wild open range with low level bushes dotted about in the grass. There were splendid views of the San Francisco Peaks and surrounding single mountains that were named after the previous explorers. It really was a stunning landscape and I ...

I hate those burrs in my feet!!!

A travel blog entry by sheflysx


... have time to stop, but we did see a lot of black lava rock along the road. And we saw a lot of mines in the hillsides. They mine coal in the Navajo Reservation. We saw a big power facility where the coal is utilized to produce energy, and we saw the trains that bring the coal to the plant. Yes, like last year, we saw A LOT of trains. The tracks were always out there, and the trains were almost constant, sometimes to our left, and sometimes ...


This campground, located on Hwy. 64, Williams, is near Bright Angel History Room.
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