Grand Canyon Railway Hotel & RV Park

601 W. Franklin Ave., Williams, 86046, AZ

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  • 1 Rooms,
  • 1 Adults

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This hotel and RV campground is connected to the Grand Canyon Railway, which provides daily train trips to the Grand Canyon. The 297-room hotel, which features deluxe and standard rooms and suites, is nestled into the Kaibab National Forest between the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff, Arizona, and near Historic Route 66. An indoor pool and hot tub, fitness center, and game room provide indoor fun, while outside guests can enjoy the volleyball court, basketball court and horseshoe pit. RVs are also welcome at the RV Park with pull-throughs, buddy spaces and back-ins, all equipped with 50-amps and providing access to the hotel’s amenities and Wi-Fi. On-site dining is available at Spencer’s Pub, which features sandwiches and pizzas.

Our Editor Loves

  • Hotel, RV and Train combinations
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Historic Route 66 location

Family Interests

  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Connecting Rooms
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Game Room
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool


Overpriced and noisy

by Myswede

Considering the fact that I’ve spent over 200 nights in my fifth wheel over the past few years, I’m pretty familiar with RV parks. This was one of the worst I’ve stayed at. First of all, it’s located across the street from the hotel that runs it, and in the three days we were there we never once saw an employee at the rv park. Rules were NOT enforced. A nearby trailer had three dogs that barked nonstop day and night and we never did find anyone who could help with that. Water pressure was inconsistent. Our friends in the spot next door had amazing pressure, while we had very minimal, even though we own the same model of trailer and use the same regulator. Garbage cans were located far from our spot. The red gravel between the spots was hot and easily tracked inside. We would have been better off with asphalt. The worst part, though, was the trains that come through several times each night and blast their whistles. Even with a white noise machine, none of us could sleep through that. We were very happy to pack up this morning and move on.

Safe, clean, well run, beautiful surroundings, convenient to route 66

by PhilL835

We are repeat customers at this RV park, and enjoy coming here whenver we can. Big rig friendly - 45 foot RVs are easily accommodated. 50 amp service. Cable RV, good WiFi, paved sites and roads, pet-friendly, beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Yes, the train horns are load - so if that bothers you this isn't the place for a quiet stay. But at the same time, the trains aren't really continuous as they are in Flagstaff Arizona for example. If you like to run, you can jog down to and around the community park for a good 1 mile round trip route (across from the school). We feel safe walking to down town Williams during the day or night. We also enjoy walking to the Grand Canyon train depot, taking in the staged western comedy gunfights. Walking through the associated hotel grounds and facilities. Call first before coming. This park is popular and from what I have seen is full at 'no vacancy' status many times throughout the month.