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Interstate 40 Grand Canyon RV Park

Interstate 40 Grand Canyon RV Park in Ash Fork, AZ is a family-friendly RV park located just off Interstate 40. The park offers full hook-up sites, pull-through sites, and tent camping sites. Amenities include a heated pool, hot tub, laundry facilities, and a playground. The park is close to the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff, and Sedona, making it a great base for exploring the area. The park also offers a variety of activities, including hiking, biking, fishing, and more.


- Tenting

• Dedicated Tenting Area
• Covered Area w/Picnic Table

- Recreational Facilities

• Swimming Pool
• Swimming
• Horseshoes
• Rec Hall
• Outdoor Games
• Pavilion
• Nature Trails

- Policies

• Folding Tent Campers Allowed
• Pets Welcome
• Tent Camping Allowed

- Rentals

• Cabin/Cottage Rentals (4)

- Other Amenities & Services

• Road Condition (Good)
• Road Type (Gravel)
• Restroom and Showers
• Restroom/Showers ($)
• Laundry
• Metered LP Gas
• Firewood
• Ice
• Escort to Site
• Staffed RV Wash
• Onsite Rentals (4)

- Discounts

• Military Discount
• Good Sam Club Discount

- Facility

• Type (RV Park)
• Dump Station

- Internet

• WiFi at Overnite Sites
• WiFi at Park
• WiFi at Park Supports Mobile Devices
• 2 Devices supported per Overnite Site
• 39 Sites with WiFi

- Hunting Nearby (within 20 miles)

• Year-Round

- On-Site Rentals


- Sites

• Spaces Available (39)
• Width (30)
• Max Length (50)
• Gravel Sites (39)
• 30 Amp
• 50 Amp
• Shaded (Some)
• Side-by-Side Hookups
• Full Hookups (31)
• Water (8)
• Electric (8)
• Max Amps (50)
• Pull-thrus (25)
• Pull-thru Size (30 x 50)
• Back-ins (20 x 40)
• Room for Slideouts (Yes)
• Site Length (50)
• Patios
• Fire Rings
• Table at Site
• BBQ at Site
• Tent-Only Sites (9)

User Reviews

Ken Haynes

January 20, 2022

Nice place only used the rv dump tho.

darlene stephens

August 27, 2021

Spent a week here and would recommend it to others. I will stay here again.

Eric McCrystal

May 10, 2021

Very disorganized. Door says open til 5pm, but really 2 on Saturday (well actually maybe 1pm). No bathroom code, had to search property for office manager. Laundry locked in laundry room arbitrarily. Oh, and had to call 911 at 3:45am to get the park neighbor to turn down his mariachi music. Oh, oh don’t forget the prickly cactus in the campsite area. Other then that, top notch.

Julie Heath

May 04, 2021

Acceptable overnight stay. No serious problems for my light sleeping husband from either trains in distance or highway. Mostly because of this, we would consider it in future, though not as a first choice. Terrible WiFi. Don't count on it functioning even near the office. I never could connect. Bathroom Not so much. Reasonably friendly check-in experience. Place has potential, and oother reviews say they are working at it. The office and surrounds are ok. The spaces in May 2021 are mostly occupied by permanents, and it shows. Our site, looking towards the undeveloped section was fairly attractive, but don't look the wrong direction. Bathroom is not only dated, but also dirty (see photos). If you are meticulous, it's not for you. Signs in toilets asked people to clean using the brush (in one stall only). Excuse me? Aren't you a business? On the other hand, the bathrooms are slated for an upgrade. Personally, I only need a good coat of new paint and some elbow grease, and am pleased to say the water is hot. More hooks for clothes would help. The upgrade is going to be paid for by a $6/shower charge starting in June. That means the $43/night would be $55 (with discount) for us. Absurd for a park of this caliber. We travel extensively. Never seen that amount. Going HIGHEST rate is 75cents/5min when coin operated, and that's generally not for a place on city services. Another irritation: Sign in bathroom reads: "IF YOUR UNDERWEAR AND PANTS CANNOT STOP A FART, THEN DO YOU REALLY THINK THAT A MASK CAN STOP A FLU VIRUS?" Pretty irritating to have someone cast judgement on what will make another person feel more secure. No one says fabric masks are perfect protection. It's a matter of likelihoods, like when we put filters on cigarettes it made cancer rates go down. Do I feel safe getting close to people in one? No. Would I be safe in a COVID ward? No. Does it make an improvement in the likelihood of breathing in a small droplet from your face that might contain virus, just like standing a bit farther off would? Yes.

Nancy Kares

April 10, 2021

Have been staying there since may 2017 to April 2018. Ok overall I would go back for camping

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