Grand Canyon Railway Hotel & RV Park

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

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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


Excelent and Clean RV Park!

by jypsynomad

All the employees were very courteous and respectful and ALWAYS SMILING! I really like that, it shows us customers that the employees enjoy working there. The sites were clean and no dirt. Paved roads paved sites with gravel camp sides. Easy to get in and out of. I didn't ride the train this go around, but have in the past and it's worth it's weight in GOLD!

Clean and well-maintained; perfect location.

by Alco251

We were there for several nights attending a special event on the Grand Canyon Railway. Couldn't believe how level the parking spots were, the overall cleanliness of the place and the walking convenience to everything we wanted to do.

We're heading back there in less than two weeks for another special event and have requested a spot right next to the railroad tracks. We love railroad noise, and nocturnal passing freight trains on the BNSF "Peavine" line, as well as the daily arrival and departure of Grand Canyon Railway trains add to the special charm of this place. On our previous visit we were well north of the tracks and heard none of it. If the trains bother you, ask for a spot on the north side of the RV park. If trains are the reason you're visiting, this place is all about location, location, location.