“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 fun activities and attractions 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 Pine Tree Café.You can also enjoy the local area 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.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. Whether you prefer glamping or traditional camping, consider , such as Teepees, 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 or Teepee. They have no kitchen or bath, but you can enjoy sleeping on comfortable beds.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. 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.
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
Nice facilities, hiking and guided tours, many pull through sites, strong wifi throughout.
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.
• 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
It’s a KOA. Keep that in mind! Pricey but VERY well maintained. Great location. Hot showers. Laundry. A fun jumping pillow (yes even for adults).
I love this place. Just did an overnight but wish we could have stayed longer. Breakfast at the food truck bistro was delicious. Beautiful Flagstaff scenery and nice RV sites. I loved the train ride for the kids and the bounce pad - next time we’ll bring the grandkids and stay longer.
We’re here two weeks. One in a rented RV and one in a cabin. It’s great! I have my son, 2 dogs, and hamster with us. Staff is friendly, everything you might need is here or nearby, which makes things easier to enjoy. 4 stars only because my son would’ve loved the jump pillow and/or kids activities- not open due to a pocket knife last season and well, COVID. Still an awesome stay/place!
Facilities were a little dated and it was crowded around Christmas 2020. I would stay here again, location was great and there was a fun play area for the kids.
Camp sight was very “uneven” couldn’t level, even with my auto level. Have lots of blocks! Would have had to re hook up so just dealt with it. Great surroundings, but it shows it’s age and wear. Gravel sights. Nice neighborhood amenities. Hosts were ok. Pretty close to neighbors. ‘Sufficient” best describes it.
Awesome campsite. More beautiful the farther back you go into the grounds. Lots of amenities and clean site. Very cold when we arrived in spring so dress warm and being extra blankets!
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