Holbrook / Petrified Forest Koa

Holbrook, Arizona

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Let Holbrook/Petrified Forest KOA be your base camp to explore all the surrounding national parks and monuments. Easy access to I-40 gets you to many attractions, including the Painted Desert and Petrified Forest National Park (20 minutes). Walk around the rim of Meteor Crater, less than an hour west. Take a day trip to Monument Valley (2.5+ hours), the Grand Canyon (2.5 hours), Canyon de Chelly (1.5+ hours) or Fort Apache (1.5 hours). In Holbrook, check out the Historic Route 66 memorabilia or stop at the Hubbell Trading Post (a National Historic Site) on the Navajo Reservation. Drive through town on the original Route 66 (don't miss the Wigwam Motel sign) and shop for silver and turquoise jewelry. Back at the campground, relax and enjoy a stunning sunset as you plan your next day's adventures. Pool: May 2 - September 28. Max pull thru: 85 feet.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Hike the Giant Logs and Long Logs trail to the Agate House

    Both trails begin from the Rainbow Forest Museum located at the southern entrance of the National Park. Start with the Giant Logs trail which will take you on a short .4 mi paved loop through magnificently colored wood. Make sure to stop at the to...

    3 miles

  • Photograph the Agate Bridge

    For centuries the Agate Bridge, a 110 ft stone log, has laid across an arrow withstanding corrosion from the elements.  The stone log is harder than the surrounding sandstone that it's perched upon.  The sandstone is slowly eroding away around thi...

  • Hike the Crystal Forest Loop

    There really isn't much to this hike beyond exploring all the different types of petrified wood deposits.  It's named after the wood that has formed in the petrified logs.  I felt like it was the best place to go in the park to have an opportunity...

    0.75 miles