by Hilarey Wojtowicz
Enjoy a stay at the Grand Canyon/Williams KOA Campground, a part of the KOA Journey brand. Open year-round and the closest KOA campground to the Grand Canyon, families can enjoy RV sites, tent areas and cabin accommodations, with room for up to six. Cabins come with queen or full beds, plus bunk beds and some allow pets. Wi-Fi is available at the campground, too. A pool is open seasonally, but other activities include hiking, biking (rentals available), movie nights, arts and crafts, scheduled activities, horseshoes and more. Onsite dining is available at the Cowboy Cafe, with breakfast served from 7 to 9 a.m. and dinner from 6 to 8 p.m. daily. Guest laundry is available onsite.
Our Editor Loves
- Onsite dining at the Cowboy Cafe
- Cabins sleep up to six
- Seasonal activities available
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
by Joe L
We stayed for 2 nights. We were in two tents and the campsite had plenty of room. Bathrooms and showers were spotless and we'll kept. We spent one day exploring the area and a full day at the Grand Canyon.
We stayed in the deluxe cabin and it was fantastic. The kitchenette was fully stocked which allowed us to cook our little hearts out! We also had a nice outdoor grill next to the fire pit. We weren’t impressed with the food scene in Willams so we went to the grocery and had all our meals at the cabin.
The WiFi does not pickup at the cabin, we had zero cell service. You could pickup the WiFi signal if your were at the main office. There are about 6 channels on the TV that work, which was plenty.
The cabin was just down the road from the entrance to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon so that was perfect and convenient.