We took 3 kids, 11, 12, & 13 to see the Grand Canyon and decided to stay at one of the lodges at Circle Pines, just one exit from the I-40 turn off to the GC. This was our first time at a KOA - but it won't be our last. We had a great time at Circle Pines. We stayed in one of their lodges and it was clean, spacious, comfortable, and quiet. There was so much to do there for the kids. They have an indoor, heated pool & spa, new playground equipment, miniature golf, volleyball, bicycle rental, mule rides, hiking paths, even an arcade room with pool table and air hockey. On Saturday nights they have live music. The Saturday night we were there they also had a BBQ rib special - the best ribs we have had in years!! The food at the Bear Cafe is outstanding. Definitely try the cinnamon rolls! Each of the lodges and cabins have their own fire pit, picnic table and porch swing. Great for s'mores. Campers with kids should also venture over to Bearizona and the Deer Farm, both nearby. The new owners are extremely helpful and doing so much to keep the site looking beautiful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This family adventure destination located on 27 acres of forest and less than one hour from the Grand Canyon is your one-stop-for-fun near Grand Canyon National Park. Enjoy Hiking, GoKart Racing, Swimming Min-Golf & Gold-Mining. All are welcome at Circle Pines KOA; no membership is required Deluxe Cabins feature a kitchen, bathroom, TVs, and sleeping for 2-8 guests. Our Camping Cabin, RV and Tent guests can enjoy the easy access to bathrooms and showers just a few steps for your campsites. Or treat yourself to a stay in our new Tipis. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Circle Pines Koa Campground Hotel Williams