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13 RV Parks near Valle, Arizona
We did however find 13 campgrounds within 25 miles of Valle. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Valle in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $12.00
My wife and I stayed here with our grandson July 22nd - July 25th in our 32 foot fifth wheel. Very nice cement slab with charcoal grill and fire pit and picnic table under tall Ponderosa pines. Roads were all paved. There were camp hosts available if needed, trash was picked up regularly. Plenty to see in Williams with "Bearizona" (be sure to see the new Jaguar exhibit, really nice). Minor problem with trying to cancel one day early, apparently new "reservation" system, I am sure that will be worked out. This is a wonderful "dry camp" that has several vault toilets and available water to fill drinking water needs. This is our 3rd visit and will be coming back. - Bob Petty
Jun 2019 - $12.00
This is a first come first serve campground. However, they allow over half of the spots for reservations. Their system of tagging the sites leaves much to be desired. It was confusing if a camper was not in place. The campground host was rude as well. - jack womble
Aug 2018 - $25.00
Very nice campground, contains relatively level asphalt pads. Very close to Willams, which contains a Safeway and several places to eat and have a beverage. I've not witnessed many fish taken even though some websites talk about the quality of fishing. My wife and I just enjoy it here and a great place to get out of the Phoenix valley heat. - TerryK
Aug 2019 - $45.00
This was our second visit at this park. Check-in was easy. Pleasant and helpful staff. Escort by staff. You are provided an informative brochure of the park and surrounding area. Our site was a back in. Good satellite reception. Wi-fi OK. Quiet area. Train was close but no train whistles. - HWYYHT
Jul 2019 - $31.00
Nice enough Good Sam Park very near I-40. Gravel pull thru 30/50 amp full hook up sites. Good satellite and cell. Indoor pool and playground. Escorted to site by friendly people. Wifi okay. Can use as a base for exploring the Grand Canyon. - teepee51
Jun 2019 - $35.00
When I found this park I thought it looked decent enough ....but when I finally arrived after waiting 9 months to beat the heat in Lake Havasu, I parked in my site I realized (in short order) that it's basically an awful RV Park for so many reasons.
My site was full of weeds/stickers and extremely uneven (actually kind of dangerous). The first step out of my trailer I was on a major downward slant. I basically had to sit right next to my truck for any resemblance of level ground. Shade was basically none existent! The area that I was in, the poor RVers and myself were huddled up against our rigs trying to stay level and in get into the shade, as it was way too windy for our awnings. Not a level site and extremely dangerous. The exterior bathroom lights are so bright you might as well stay in the city.
I was also looking forward to the night sky but the lights on the building that that I was next to were so bright, it was pretty much impossible. I felt like I was in the middle of the city at night. It was very disappointing and very bright!
There was also a very large and deep community sink for tent campers/RVers on the exterior of the building that I was next to and it was clogged and full of water and pieces of food. I stuck it out in this park for 11 days (out of 30 I paid for) and the clogged sink was never fixed. It smelled pretty badly and it was just plain gross.
The maintenance guy is constantly using a gas weed eater and mows rocks and weeds "all day long" ...it's incredibly noisy ...especially when you're trying to cook dinner on the outside grill in the evening or peacefully enjoy the scenery in the background. He uses the gas weed eater all day long and into the early evening hours. It's just awful and terribly noisy. And unfortunately, it doesn't even look any better because he never picks any of the weeds up. It's very odd.
They impose a multitude of rules and then break them themselves which I thought was very bizarre. The park is very uncomfortable and when I finally had enough of the conditions and said that I wanted to leave, they proudly refused any refund whatsoever for my site ...and also for the dry storage that I reserved not knowing the how these people do business.
It makes sense that they refuse to refund your money upon request because they would probably be out of business. Needless to say it was a very disappointing stay and I had to leave two weeks early, leaving over $500 on the table, which should have been refunded considering the conditions.
Keep moving past this place, I cannot in good conscience recommend this RV Park. I was so very disappointed in the site conditions and the managements unethical refund policy. There policy is "no refunds for any reason" ...no matter what! Go to any other RV park in Williams, AZ and save yourself from misery. - Deb L
Sep 2019 - $41.00
We had reservations and had to change them twice due to RV issues. They were great about accommodating all the changes. The park has several items to entertain you and make your stay enjoyable. The shuttle to town is just one of them. Good waffles in the morning + other food items. The only item that is uncomfortable is the gravel that sometimes gets in your sandals when walking around. Also if you ride a bike getting in loose gravel can be an issue. If I were in this area again I would definitely stay here. - h and e
Jul 2019 - $41.00
This is a very nice park with some great amenities, especially for those of us traveling with our furry friends. They have a dog wash room with nice washing basin and pet blow dryer which came in handy after days in the Arizona desert. The dog run area has benches and is very well kept. They also have 2 hot tubs, a clubhouse, and a shuttle to the train and downtown that is on-demand and very prompt. - Bay Area Early retirees
Jun 2019 - $50.00
One of the best RV parks we have ever stayed in. As others have said, the only thing anyone could complain about is the train noise from the Grand Canyon Railway that passes close by several times a day. Sites are spacious with a very nice community room, hot tubs and sauna and even a dog washing facility. - Beau2010
Jul 2019 - $65.00
The park is very convenient to get to. It is just off I-40. The park personnel are very helpful and friendly. One thing to be aware of is that the pull through sites are two sites long one behind the other. If you are only planning ion staying one night and do not want to unhitch the trailer the sites are not long enough to do it. Your only option is to pay for two sites which in our case added an extra $22 charge for the site we were at. - Richard and Betsey C
Apr 2019 - $44.00
The personnel are very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Someone brings you to your site and guides you in to make sure you have room for your slideouts. All sites have both 30 and 50 amp outlets, water and sewer. Sites are all wide but very little grass anywhere in the park. Still a very nice place to stay. - Lenny1201
Aug 2018 - $43.00
A lot of money to pay for parking on gravel with no grass, no picnic table. Trucks at the Love's station just a few feet away on the road and cackling all night. No shade against the August sun. Ask for a lot 29A to 53A - away from the road. These lots also have some shade and tables. - W Davidson
Apr 2019 - $75.00
None of the sites on the NE lower end (66-82) were even close to being level. The Camp Store offered many souvenirs and camping supplies. Their sitting area also features a huge fireplace. There was a fire ring on our site that we used one evening when it wasn't too windy. The RV Park is conveniently located 5 miles off the I-40. This KOA is 6 miles from Williams, AZ., the hub of the activity about south rim of the Grand Canyon. - SteveDahl
May 2018 - $37.00
Was assigned a back-in site, #11. However, when being escorted to our site the attendant took us thru site #10, which in turn made it a lot easier to get into our site. No backing in. Just pulled thru. However, this wouldn't have happened had someone been in site #10. We stayed here 2 nites. It's in a great location to access the Grand Canyon, National Park. I would stay here again. I just wish it was a little warmer. - Mr Bates
Apr 2018 - $65.00
Ugh...Passing through and planned for two nights with a day visiting the Grand Canyon. For $65 dollars a night I got: barren (my site had a small tree that hadn't leafed out yet) unlevel sites on dusty crushed rock, no AT&T signal and very poor WiFi, Cable TV that is BARELY viewable (very fuzzy/snowy), and lowish water pressure. Pull through was plenty long for my 32ft Class C and toad. I did not use their facilities or service (other than check in) so I gave those satisfactory ratings. My impression: this place screams for some local competition to make them step up their game. - Skip and Linda
Aug 2019 - $40.00
This is a nice enough park. Our site was extremely unlevel front to back. There are lava rocks everywhere which was hard on the dogs feet. Zero grass or dog run. The laundry facilities are nice. Wifi worked very good for us. Cell reception was good on Verizon. All of the utilities worked as needed. If you like freight trains you will love staying here. If you take a back in site do so on the 500 side. All in all a nice area to visit. - Ghettomedic
Aug 2019 - $45.00
Nice park though a bit older. Sites are fairly level though kind of narrow. Travel through the park is pretty much one way streets which makes getting out of some of the sites interesting. Had to hook up the tow vehicle well away from the park site, though it was good and level there and caused us no issue. The people are friendly, helpful, and accommodating. - Ender on the road
Aug 2019 - $52.00
Third time here. Very nice right in downtown Williams. Walk to eat and drink. Great place to stay to visit the Grand Canyon. Has dog kennel for $26.50 per day if needed. You can use the indoor pool and workout facilities at the hotel. Long mostly level concrete full hookup 30/50 amp sites. Cable and wifi good. Will stay again. - teepee51
Oct 2017 - $14.00
The breaker on the wall blows and a man comes out to yell at us that we need to unplug it! After trying to explain to him that we payed for electric for our heater. He continues to yell at us. We turn off heater and call the office. It's now 1030pm the office is close. The guy in the office dates we are fine and can use our heater. Mind you everyone on the wall has big RVs or big extension cords on every outlet.The breaker blows again!. A woman comes out yelling and cussing at us!!! We told her we talked to the people in the office. By this time it's 40 below and we are freezing!! Now we are in our car just try to stay warm. We call the office again to see if we can move to a differnt spot because we don't appreciate being yelled at or cussed at over something that we were told was ok! The guy in the office proceed to tell us. "Then I suggest you just on hook your heater or leave!!" I told him we wanted a refund for the night. He said ya sure, at 6am if we're here! I have never been treated with such disrespect in my life! We pack up and leave and will NEVER return!!! - Kenna Amason
Apr 2017 - $17.00
An older park, and definitely 'long in the tooth.' Could use some serious updating, but the 'kitsch' aspect was fun - having grown up with the Flintstones cartoons as kids. Plenty of room and good places to walk the dogs, but not the most scenic of land parcels. No shops or markets nearby other than 7-11 style curb market, so bring everything you need with you. Folks were very friendly, however, and we slept well. - ziaptrn
Apr 2017 - $19.00
We were planning to visit Grand Canyon and this place is really close. We were thrilled to find something this close at a reasonable price... until we showed up. This place was just a dirt parking lot with some water and electric hook-ups. We were directed to the pull-thru sites and were told that the electricity in site G wasn't working. We chose the site next to it so we could let the kids play out front without worrying about someone pulling into that site. Shortly after we got set up, someone arrived to work on the electricity in site G. They pulled their pickup truck onto our site, just outside our front door and under our awning. One of them sat inside the truck smoking a cigarette, so we had to close our door and windows. While they were out there, and since we had to close the door and windows, we turned on our A/C, and popped the breaker. I reset it and tried again with the same result. The only things running were the A/C and refrigerator. This had never been a problem in a 30 amp site. I went outside and explained to the guy outside that I was unable to run my A/C and asked if maybe they were having general trouble with the electricity. He seemed insulted and said the electricity was good and that it must be my RV. I responded that we had used it several times (we are full-timers) without problems. He insisted that it was my problem and not his. He even offered to go grab his testing equipment to see how many amps I was drawing. I agreed, and he never returned. The gift shop was in poor repair. A lot of the items, including food items, appeared to have been wet previously, maybe from a roof leak. The whole place was just run-down and in desperate need of updating. There is what they call a theme park. They charge $5 per person. A quick peek over the gate led us to believe it was in the same state of disrepair as the rest of the place, so we didn't waste our money. Overall, its a great location, but not so great park. - The Rowlands
Jun 2019 - $48.00
Very well run campground with most sites occupied but didn’t “feel” crowded. A popular family campground so perfect for kids. Our two teenage sons enjoyed the go carts, bounce pillow and other kids they were hardly in the trailer or on their phones. Days were comfortable and nights were the perfect cool. Close to Grand Canyon and Williams. Would definitely stay again. - Rossi the Riveter
Jun 2019 - $65.00
Gravel is non existent and makes this the dustiest Park we have used in 3 years. Every guide cart, truck, trailer, or RV that passes by throws up a huge dust cloud on everything. I used 40 leveling blocks on Winnebago View ClassC 24 ft. and still couldn’t get it level front to back. Great stuff for kids. Pool, miniature golf, go carts, jumping trampoline, playgrounds, and crafts. We were here 1month with 4 grandchildren and they were just starting to get bored! - Rdeanstew
Apr 2019 - $45.00
Williams, AZ - April and May 2019 - Circle Pines KOA - about $45.00/night. The Circle Pines KOA is a top KOA for several reasons. The sites are arranged in a bullseye pattern which makes each site a pull through. The scenery couldn't be more beautiful. Nestled in the mountains west of Flagstaff, the park is extremely welcoming and pine trees provide wonderful shade for campers. The amenities are special too. There is an indoor pool and hot tub, mini golf, a go cart track, and an on-site cafe. We used it as our home base while we visited the Grand Canyon. I can't think of any reason why you shouldn't stay here! - Polyesterpassion
Jun 2011 - $18.00
This is a Kaibab Forest Campground with no hookups. It is 19 miles southeast of Williams and the last 10 miles is on a gravel road. The campground fills up on the weekends in the summer, reservations for some sites are available. The lake is stocked for fishing and good for kayaking or canoeing, small electric motors are allowed. Good ATV roads are near by. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. National Parks Passes will decrease the nightly rate by 50%. - JEMc