124 total RV sites, 55ft back ins, 65ft pull thrus, 20/30/50 amp service, full hookups, cable TV, WiFi, laundry, restrooms, showers, heated swimming pool, hot tub, BBQ, game room, fitness center, store, ice, restaurant, picnic tables, recycling, handicap access, pet resort on property, horseshoes, basketball, volleyball, playground & security. Located just two blocks from Route 66.
Open all year. Advance reservations are not required but are encouraged. It’s easy to make reservations while en route by calling 1-800 THE TRAIN. PA is not valid with an on-line reservation. PA is not valid Jan 1 and 14 thru 16, Feb 18 thru 20, March 18 thru October 22, Nov 21 thru 27 and Dec 12 thru 31. PA is valid for 7 days in a 30 day period. Credit Cards accepted. Pets welcome and kennel services available. *Rates: Back-in sites $53.99, PA $27.00. Buddy & Pull-thrus: $59.99, PA $30.00.
Simply get off Interstate 40 at Exit 163. Go South on Grand Canyon Blvd. about 1/2 mile. Go West (right) on Franklin Ave. (you'll drive by the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel) Look to make a left turn into the Convenience Store which also serves as the RV Park check-in. The convenience store sits at the corner of Franklin Ave & 7th Ave.
Take the historic train from Williams into Grand Canyon National Park without having to worry about navigating your rig through the busy Grand Canyon roadways. Park your RV in the clean mountain air in Williams, adjacent to the historic train depot.
We arrived in a snowstorm and by the time we left, 3 days later it was nearing t-shirt weather. Our neighbors, who had been here for 2 weeks remarked that it had snowed 6 times since they had come and melted away just as quickly. GC Railway Park was a great place to stay on our way to the Grand Canyon. It is a large RV Park with both pull through and back in sites and can accommodate the largest of RV's and coaches. We have a 30' trailer and we were one of the smallest rigs here. The sites are all 100% black top with small landscape rock areas separating them. The rock area holds the hookups and a small picnic table. The park does require pads under jacks/stabilizers and a ramp for the septic hose. The sites are adequate even with slides extended. There is a fitness trail/ dog walk path circling the park. GC Railway Park is one of the cleanest parks we have stayed in. The laundry ( $1.75 wash and $1.50 dry)and restrooms/ showers are key card entry and are centrally located as well as garbage and recycling. There is also a picnic pavilion with a large fire pit and benches, 2 BBQ's and picnic tables for guests to use. Other park amenities include: convenience store, pet kenneling, wifi, cable, playground for kids, basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoes, swimming pool, hot tub, and fitness room. Most of these are located at the adjacent hotel, but are free for RV'ers to use. We did not use any of the hotel amenities. The one thing to keep in mind is that this IS an active train depot. If you don't like trains and the noise they make, this is NOT the place for you. The tracks run directly behind the park and while they don't run 24/7 they do pass through frequently during the day. We did hear the train whistles during the day but not at night. If you are a Passport member, they offer a 50% discount. There are certain black out dates for using PA so check the website. We stayed in a 65' pull through with hookups for $33/ night including tax. It is an easy on/easy off to get here. Take exit 163 off of I-40, go south on Grand Canyon Blvd., turn west on Franklin Ave. RV check in is at the Grand Canyon Convenience Store.
Simply a great place to stay. We come here every Christmas for the Polar Express and the surrounding Christmas events and have never had a bad experience. The entire RV park is blacktop and 100% full hookups. Think parking lot with RV hookups. They offer both pull-thru and back-in with both types providing adequate slide out clearance. The sites are not as wide as I would prefer, especially for our setup with 3 slides but there is certainly enough room on each side with the coach centered. The sites are well maintained and have insulated water connections for the winter months. The laundry room is situated in the middle of the park providing good access no matter which end you setup in. BBQ area is clean and centralized near the middle of the park like the laundry. Keep in mind that this is an ACTIVE TRAIN DEPOT! The name on the sign should give that away ;-). If you don't like trains, don't stay here. While the trains do not run 24/7 they do pass through a few times a day for the regular Grand Canyon run and special events. The RV park is situated behind the train tracks and if you get the back in spots against the fence line you are mere feet away from the tracks. Keep this in mind when planning a stay!
This was the best idea we had in coming to Arizona. This camping is just perfect! Clean, nice, friendly and perfectly situated, just beside the hotel and the station to get the train for the Grand Canyon. So we could leave our RV and our dog while going on excursion to the G.Canyon. They even take care of your dog when you aren't there ! And they provide you a free shuttle to go to the station or the hotel where you can enjoy the nice heated swimming pool. We were there beginning of January and we really appreciated ! We strongly recommend this camping !
My wife and I will be staying at the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park for our third time. This RV Park is the cleanest of all the ones we have stayed at. It's almost as if the trash or dirt hits the ground, staff is there to clean it up. We had a oil spill in our space from last customer to stay there. We were worried about tracking it in our rig. We went to the office to asked if it could be cleaned up. No kidding-Staff called while we're in the office, already cleaned up before we went back to rig. Bathrooms and showers always kept clean. Customer Service would be rated 5 out of 5. If they don't know the answer they try and find it out for you and will get back with you. So many times I read negative reviews with very little positive reviews. Is this park perfect 100% of the time, probably not, but do they take care of problems when they occur, yes. I have relatives you couldn't please if you let them stay for free. There are just folks out there like that. Some of the negative remarks about this park is the train noises, Folks "GRAND CANYON RAILWAY RV PARK". When you drive in you can see the train tracks, best hint ever. By law trains have to sound horn at intersection. Williams is a great town to visit and lots of attraction all around the area. Do wish they had PA accepted all year. David
We were very pleased with this campground. We even had shuttle service. We didn't have to un-hook our tow-dolly. We would recommend this campground to anyone looking for a quiet place to camp.