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Flagstaff KOA Holiday

5803 N US Highway 89 From I-40 Exit 201, Arizona 86004-2754 USA

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“Happy Camping in Flagstaff”

Campgrounds in Flagstaff, ArizonaConsider staying at Flagstaff KOA Holiday the next time you want to explore places to camp in Flagstaff, Arizona. You can revel in the breathtaking views of the mountains and ponderosa pine trees surrounding the campground as you enjoy spending time with your family or friends. Things to Do While Staying at Flagstaff KOAThere are plenty of to experience while camping near Flagstaff, whether you want to have a relaxing getaway or an adventurous vacation. Check out the when you come to our KOA Campground. We have amenities the whole family will love, from various hiking trails and banana bike rentals to a nature-inspired playground and daily breakfast at the seasonal Pine Tree Café.Local AttractionsYou can also while Flagstaff camping. The campground is a short distance from all the shops, restaurants and historic sites in Downtown Flagstaff. Enjoy exploring and finding trinkets unique to the area. The campground is also only 2 miles from the Flagstaff Aquaplex, an indoor water recreation center.You and your family can go on many adventures while , too, such as the national parks. You can fully immerse yourself in nature, from the Grand Canyon National Park to the Petrified Forest National Park.Special Campground Amenities You'll Love at Flagstaff KOA HolidayFlagstaff, AZ, camping gives you the unique opportunity to park under ponderosa pines and bask in the region's natural beauty. The superb amenities are . Our campground offers:KampK9®: Pet lovers will be pleased to know that the campground is pet-friendly. An amenity you will love is KampK9® — the on-site dog park where your friendly pup can run free.On-site eatery: when you feel like a break from campfire cooking. Enjoy pancakes, breakfast burritos, omelets or the famous KOA Special. Fully stocked store: Grab a few groceries or RV supplies at our well-stocked campground store.Playground: Part of a relaxing getaway for you is ensuring the kids are having a blast. The play area is perfect for youngsters to have fun and burn excess energy.Jumping Pillow: Another popular spot your kids will love is the Jumping Pillow. The 1,500-square-foot pillow will keep kids entertained for hours.Banana bicycle rentals: Rent a Banana Bike and explore 4 miles of paved trails. Grand Canyon/Sedona tours: Flagstaff KOA Holiday partners with local companies to pick you up from the campground and take you on adventures to The Grand Canyon and Sedona. Ways to StayHaving a comfortable place to stay during your getaway is essential to ensuring you can relax. At Flagstaff KOA Holiday, we provide many cabins, RV and Tent Sites so guests can have the camping experience they desire. Deluxe and Camping CabinsWhether you prefer glamping or traditional camping, consider , such as Glamping Tents, Deluxe or Camping Cabins. The Deluxe Cabins are perfect for glamping as they offer the comforts of home with a full kitchen and bath.For more traditional camping, stay in a Camping Cabin. They have no kitchen or bath, but you can enjoy sleeping on comfortable beds.RV SitesOur KOA Campground is among the best when looking for RV resorts near Flagstaff, AZ.If you have an RV, bring it and stay at one of the . Many sites have full hookups and cable, while others only have water and electric hookups. Some areas also have a KOA Patio®, providing campers with more space to spread out. For a rustic camping experience, you can sleep under the stars at a . There are several sites with water and electric hookups, just electric or no hookups. The RV Sites are all pet-friendly, so bring your socialized pet along on your family adventure. Tent SitesFor a rustic camping experience, you can sleep under the stars at a Tent Site. There are several sites with water and electric hookups, just electric or no hookups. All the Tent Sites have mulch/wood chip tent pads and are pet friendly. Bask in the area's beautiful nature, camping under the stars and connecting with your loved ones. Campers have access to a variety of amenities, so you get the benefits of traditional camping with touches of convenience. Campsites Near Flagstaff, AZCampgrounds around Flagstaff, Arizona, provide camping enthusiasts with unique adventures. You can stay in an area with one of the world's most extensive contiguous ponderosa pine forests. Flagstaff is also rich in culture and history and close to internationally known sites, like The Grand Canyon.This small and vibrant mountain town is perfect for couples or family getaways and is ideal for outdoor and nature lovers. Within 10 miles, you can access over 120 hiking, biking, horseback riding and motorized vehicle trails. There is also skiing and snowboarding available on the peaks.Book Your Stay TodayWhether you want a quick getaway or a long vacation in Arizona, Flagstaff KOA Holiday is the place to stay. Our Flagstaff campground has everything you need for a fun camping trip with your loved ones. Begin planning your next camping experience by with us today.

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69 people have reviewed this location

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4.1 Access
4.6 Location
4.1 Cleanliness
3.5 Site Quality
4.0 Noise

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Reviewed by
alexisci

  • 1 Review
  • 3 Helpful
June 24, 2014
Rated

I stayed here last night with my family and it was fantastic! We arrived at 8 pm..very last minute.. And they were so pleasant! There are over 150 rv camp sites and around 50ish tent campsites. There are 2 bathrooms and they are very clean! I think there was 3 showers in the bathroom we used. There is also a fences in playground, 2 fences in potty areas for dogs(one for dogs 25lbs and under, one for dogs 25lbs and up). When we woke up we went to the little breakfast food wagon. The food was ok but I'm picky so don't listen to me. There are two dump sites and water fill up stations. The campground is full of tall trees and it's located right at the bottom of a mountain

3 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Dale

  • 119 Reviews
  • 5 Helpful
December 09, 2022
Rated 2.0

• My site was not level, one of the worst I have ever been in
• Internet is horrible
• Lots of cable TV channels, but no channel listing plus many religious and Spanish channels
• My site was between 2 cabins, very strange
• Dirt site, not ideal when setting up or packing up in the rain
• Laundry room has more out of order machines than working ones
• Shower stalls are small and need a good cleaning

1 person found this review helpful

Reviewed by
danielshardy007

  • 14 Reviews
  • 8 Helpful
November 06, 2016
Rated 5.0

Nice facilities, hiking and guided tours, many pull through sites, strong wifi throughout.

1 person found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Airstreamin

  • 29 Reviews
  • 18 Helpful
June 22, 2015
Rated 4.0

It's a really nice heavily treed campground. Right next to excellent hiking trails. Very friendly office staff. Great location as a gateway to Grand Canyon or up to southern CO.

1 person found this review helpful

Reviewed by
leighwetzel

  • 333 Reviews
  • 0 Helpful
August 08, 2014
Rated

The Flagstaff KOA was the first RV Park we ever camped in. The first time was in 2005 and most recently 2012. It's a little expensive, though it's well maintained.

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Nightly Rate: -

Days Stayed: 7

Site Number: -

5 Access
5 Location
5 Cleanliness
4 Site Quality
- Noise
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Reviewed by
Campendium

May 19, 2015
Rated

This was my first time staying at a KOA. The avoidance of KOA’s is intentional. It’s not my idea of camping. Rather, to me it is a mini version of living in an overpriced and overcrowded suburb. My husband and I are new to living full-time on the road and had been camping in the National Forest just outside of Flagstaff when he got called away on an unexpected business trip. I decided I’d feel safer staying at an RV park rather than the middle of the forest on my own. This is how my first stay at a KOA came to be.

Did I feel safe? Yes. This place is busy, REALLY busy!

It killed me to pay their insane prices so I settled for a lower tier spot - crappy view (see picture of the brick wall and the neighbors trailer home that was my view) and no cable. At night it was quiet, though during the day I could have done without the neighbor’s incessantly barking dog.

For those with a big rig, I’d stay with caution. The campground appears old and not built for big rigs - yet that doesn’t stop them from coming. Each time I walked my dog I got to see some poor guy white-knuckling it trying to navigate his way around the narrow roads, large rocks, trees, poles and trashcans that are constant from the time you enter to the time you exit.

The place was clean and well maintained. The staff was friendly. The laundry was reasonably priced. The one thing I LOVED was access to the trails just outside the park.

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Nightly Rate: $41.00

Days Stayed: 8

Site Number: 16

4 Access
4 Location
4 Cleanliness
4 Site Quality
4 Noise
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Reviewed by
Campendium

September 03, 2015
Rated

Well maintained site. Quiet at night. Used shower, laundry and dog area- all well maintained. Does have tight corners with rocks and trees that add ambiance but would be difficult for a big rig.

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Nightly Rate: $48.00

Days Stayed: 1

Site Number: 176

5 Access
5 Location
4 Cleanliness
4 Site Quality
4 Noise

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Reviewed by
Campendium

September 19, 2016
Rated

I had high hopes for my first KOA experience. I'd heard they were expensive because they had swimming pools and were fancy pants in general. This was a nice place. It was quiet despite being close to a major road and they had good hot showers, laundry facilities, a general store, place for kids to play and a dog area. They even serve breakfast!

I thought the roads were too narrow and I drive a 22ft class B. On top of that you have to share your hook ups and so you either must get there first, have a converter or buy one (though the staff did offer to let me borrow one for the night). Also, we were on a decent grade.

All in all I was a little disappointed by my first KOA but in general it's a totally solid place to stay and the campers seemed to honor the quiet hours well which was nice.

After talking to a KOA employee at another site I think that this is most likely corporate v private ownership.

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Nightly Rate: $38.00

Days Stayed: 1

Site Number: -

5 Access
5 Location
5 Cleanliness
3 Site Quality
5 Noise

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Verizon 4G

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Reviewed by
Campendium

March 22, 2017
Rated

This was our first KOA experience. Though we prefer parks or campgrounds a little more off the beaten path, all the campgrounds in the area are closed for the season and we had to escape the unseasonably 90-degree temperatures in Phoenix last weekend! So we made reservations and off to Flagstaff KOA we went.

The KOA is located right along 89, close to Sunset Crater and Walnut Canyon, Fort Tuthill, Fort Valley, and Lowell Observatory. Super easy to get in and out, though the dump station doesn't face the road so you need to do a U-turn to dump. It wasn't difficult, but it also didn't seem too efficient. It wasn't a big deal for us as it wasn't busy when we were leaving. The campground is right along the road, so you do hear the road noise and see the cars and lights.

The friendly staff in the office certainly keeps busy as campers arrive all day, and many were leaving every morning. The campground was about half-full while we were there, but I imagine it can get pretty crazy in the summer. In addition to RV spots, there are tent sites, cabins, and cute teepees you can reserve. They have two playgrounds for the kids, horseshoe pits, and even more activities from Memorial Day through Labor Day, including a kitchen that serves breakfast, bounce house for kids, etc. Year-round the office has free coffee from 8:00 am to about 1:00 pm.

Our back-in site was really nice because it was on a corner and had extra space under the pines. It also backed up to the horseshoe pits and playground. I could watch the kids play at the playground out of the Airstream's back window while I cooked dinner. Very convenient. We had electric and water. I think you might be expected to share the electric with the neighbor, but he didn't need electric so there was no need to share. The water spigot had two connections in order to share also. Not all sites are as private and large, though. Quite a few are pretty close to the neighbors, especially in the full hook-up, pull through sections. Our site had a grill and picnic table. We brought our own fire pit. Ground fires are not permitted.

The bathrooms were mostly clean but busy. One of the women's restrooms was being renovated, which left only one available for use. There were some lines at the showers, but I suspect by summer that at least one of the restrooms will be fantastic and brand new! :)

So close to town, we never lost service. We had no problems with the free wi-fi either.

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Nightly Rate: $35.00

Days Stayed: 3

Site Number: 136

5 Access
5 Location
4 Cleanliness
4 Site Quality
4 Noise
  • 1 Review
  • 0 Helpful
December 05, 2022
Rated

Probably the most expensive campground in the area. I figured the price would be worth all the amenities. They advertise laundry, showers, and free wifi so I was immediately interested. There are 7 out of 9 washer are out of order and 7 out of 10 dryers are out of order.... 2 washers and 3 dryers for this giant campground to use. I don't really find that acceptable but I dealt with it. Luckily I didn't have to wait in line like others are probably having to during the day. I decided to wash my clothes very late to avoid this. The bathrooms are okay. Showers are Tiny but it works. Tons of hot water and nice pressure. Shower head could use an upgrade. The wifi is just a joke. Trying to stay connected to the wifi was actually more frustrating than using cell data which was also non-existent. Made planning my next points of travel very difficult. The spaces for your rig are squeezed together so basically no privacy. The only perk of my stay here was how close we were to town. Not worth the price.

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Nightly Rate: $64.00

Days Stayed: 3

Site Number: 191

3 Access
5 Location
4 Cleanliness
2 Site Quality
5 Noise

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Flagstaff KOA Holiday

5803 N US Highway 89 From I-40 Exit 201
Arizona
86004-2754 USA
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Back In RV Sites Count
20
Last Nightly Rate
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Longest Vehicle Length Reported
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Pull Through RV Sites Count
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Sites Count
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