Williams / Exit 167 / Circle Pines Koa

Williams, Arizona

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Welcome to your headquarters for northern Arizona fun! The pine-filled forest setting of Williams/Exit 167/Circle Pines is perfect for escaping the heat in summer with average summer highs of just 78 degrees. This destination campground features an indoor swimming pool, the Grand Canyon Go-Kart Track, a gem and fossil mining station, fun-bike rentals and a bike track, 18-hole mini-golf and a new Jumping Pillow. In summer, the Bear Trax Cafe serves delicious breakfasts and dinners. Trails for ATVs and bikes start right from the campground. When you're ready to explore the region, take a short drive to the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff , Sedona/Oak Creek Canyon, Route 66 attractions, ski areas and prehistoric cliff dwellings at Walnut Canyon National Monument. Let the staff book train, helicopter, airplane, jeep, ATV and rafting tours for you! Pool: April 1 - October 31. Max pull thru: 90 feet. Your hosts: Kathy & Stefan Maassen.


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