Williams / Exit 167 / Circle Pines KOA Holiday
Welcome to Northern Arizona's award-winning Circle Pines KOA, a family adventure destination!
We have an unforgettable adventure waiting for you, both on the campground and in the surrounding wonders of Grand Canyon National Park. If you are looking for easy access, easy pull through, spacious RV sites, we are the campground for you! We are right off of I-40, just four miles east of Williams, Arizona. We offer full hookup 30/50 amp sites, water and electric sites, tent sites with water and electric, and dry tent sites. We also offer an assortment of lodging options, from one room cabins to hotel-style, deluxe lodging and Authentic Teepees. We have free WiFi, indoor pool, hot tubs, bike rentals for children, miniature golf rental, game room, two playgrounds, pet playground, large gift shop with groceries and RV supplies, restrooms and hot showers, and laundry facilities.
Our Bear Trax Cafe serves delicious breakfast and dinners beginning weekends in April. Our Grand Canyon Go-Kart track will open May 1 for the season! Enjoy free hayrides on the weekends, movies, and other activities available throughout the season. Guests love the many trails into the surrounding forest, perfect for hiking, biking, ATV, horseback riding, or just walking.
We are only an hour from the Grand Canyon, which makes us a great base for experiencing this natural wonder of the world. If driving is not an option, you have many other options to the Grand Canyon. Take the Grand Canyon Railway, join a van tour, or just rent a car or taxi in Williams, AZ. We are also close to Flagstaff, Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, and other interesting towns, along with old Route 66 attractions. Let our friendly staff book train, helicopter, airplane, jeep, ATV, and rafting tours for you!
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Miguel Hernandez Jr.
This place is amazing! We have stayed here twice now. The 1st time we camped out in a tent and recently stayed in a wagon. Its a great place to stay if you want to avoid hotels and want to spend time bonding with the family. There's plenty to do for the kids and pets so there's so many things to choose from. Can't wait for our next trip!
If you have a family, this is the best place to take them camping. There is so much to see and do here, and there are so many amenities which come in handy when you have little kids. The only problem with this place are the campsites: they are rather close together compared with other places you could camp. Depending on when you go, you could be right on top of people practically. That aside, we've already been there twice and we're going a third time soon. Great place.
We have stayed here twice now. The amenities are lovely. We have stayed in the camping cabins both times. This time it was nice that they had a weighted gust blocker to prevent the cold air from coming under the door and new space heater. All the employees are friendly and helpful. The restrooms are always kept clean. The pool is nice, the cafe had a wide variety of foods. The site has go carts, mini golf, two dog parks, access to biking and hiking trails, a cool trampoline like bounce space, and lots of places for the kids to play.
Caters to Grand Canyon tourists so very crowded. We should have thought about that, to be honest, before making the reservation. When you're traveling across country you just want a quiet spot to overnight in and this is definitely not it. Also, very strange experience at 6:30 in the morning. Noticed someone hiding in one of the showers in the ladies room when I went to the bathroom. Fully dressed person peeking out through the crack in the door. As we were pulling out at 8:30 someone who looked very similar to that person came up to our van window and asked if we were leaving because this was his spot. I told him it was our spot until 11:00 when it was the official checkout time but that we were leaving shortly. Clearly something very fishy about this as we all know no one checks into a campground at 8:30 in the morning. Would not go back for a variety of reasons but this really did freak us out.
Camping here was wonderful, they guide you to your site and help you park. The show made it tricky for some rigs, but they pulled them when needed. The cafe was good and quick. Everyone is so kind. They have so much to offer! Since it was snowing, the coolest part was having an indoor heated pool. We took the kids and the pool was a little cold but the jacuzzi was perfectly warm, not too hot, so we all enjoyed the warm water, then management came and told us no one under 14 in the jacuzzi, which doesn't make sense because it wasn't hot, but the pool was too cold for the kids. The next day the pool was a little warmer, so hopefully they fixed it. Otherwise a wonderful experience and we can't wait to come back!