Grand Canyon Railway RV Park

601 W Franklin Ave
Williams, AZ 86046

Date Visited: May 2018


We paid: $49 PER NIGHT

Review: We stayed here because we weren’t able to get into Trailer Village in Grand Canyon National Park (which takes reservations but had filled up before we planned this trip).

This private RV park was our next best option for visiting the Grand Canyon. Sites were level and gravel, with concrete picnic areas. Very few trees.

The facilities are very nice, but not very scenic (as is typical in the desert). Key cards give you access to bathrooms and hotel facilities, so we used the hot tub and pool area one night (indoor facilities). 

Dinner across the street at the Grand Canyon Brewery was only so-so, but it was very convenient to be able to walk. This park is known for the Grand Canyon Railway, but we chose to drive into the national park (the train is expensive!). 

We would probably stay here again if we couldn’t get into the national park Trailer Village.