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17 Visit koa.com GRAND CANYON AREA 3 Flagstaff If you enjoy heading into the woods but also desire modern amenities, Flagstaf KOA is the ideal location. This charming campground is set at 7,000 feet among tall pine trees at the base of the San Francisco Peaks. Summer temps reach the high 80s during the day and low 50s at night. Enjoy Patio Super Sites, tepees, Cabins, business center, horseshoes, banana-bike rentals, splash park, playground, on-site groceries/souvenirs and two laundry facilities. This "green" campground has on-site recycling, wind turbines and an Environmental Impact Educational Park. Enjoy summertime barrel train rides, escorts to your site and free family movie nights. The Aquaplex indoor water park is 2 miles away. Visit Sedona's famed red rocks and Oak Creek Canyon (28 mi). Travel 80 miles to the Grand Canyon's South Rim. Free concierge service; tours leave from KOA. Max pull thru: 42 ft. NE of downtown on 89N. From I-40 Exit 201, 1/2 mile on US 89 to Page. Turn left at light at Smokerise Dr. GPS: N35.234192, W111.575673 PHOENIX AREA 2 Black Canyon City Easy in and easy out! Nestled in the Agua Fria National Monument and surrounded by the Bradshaw Mountains, Black Mesa and the Tonto National Forest, this KOA is the best-kept secret in central Arizona. Just 25 miles from North Phoenix, it's the perfect jump-of point to explore by car, 4x4, quad, horseback, mountain bike or foot. Access more than 70,000 acres of multipurpose trails from the campground. Enjoy the landscaping, pool, hot tub, movie nights, ice cream socials, Sat. breakfasts and fossil and gem mining. Horseback riding is avail- able locally, as well as outlet shopping, museums, monuments and casinos. Check out baseball spring training and NASCAR racing. Cable TV, Wi-Fi, 24-hour laundry, extra-long sites and rental units available. Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 65 ft. On I-17, 25 mi N of Phoenix: Take Exit 242 (Rock Springs/Black Canyon City) and turn east. Directly ahead is a sign: Frontage Road. Follow Frontage Road; KOA entrance is 1/2 mile on right. Avoid Exit 244. GPS: N34.060197, W112.141556 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/black-canyon RESERVATIONS 800-562-5314 • INFO 623-374-5318 19600 East St. Joseph Road, Black Canyon City, AZ 85324 1 Benson Indulge your Wild West fantasies near the Benson KOA, in a quiet, high desert valley just 1 mile of I-10 Exit 304. Benson is the gateway to Tombstone, Bisbee, Kartchner Caverns and Chiricahua National Monument. Apache Chief Cochise's stronghold is nearby. Tombstone hosts daily re-creations of the infamous O.K. Corral shoot-out. Tour an old copper mine near the Mexican border in Bisbee, where steep hillside streets and Victorian buildings evoke the mining boom days. Tour Kartchner Caverns and drive or hike past weirdly shaped rock formations in the Chiricahua Mountains. Pool: April 15–Oct. 15. Max pull thru: 80 ft. Your hosts: Kim and Choi. Exit 304 off I-10: Go north 1 mile. Arizona 66 40 3 / 4 mi. 89 Flagstaff Mall Safeway Savers Smokerise Dr ® Flagstaff Page & Grand Canyon Exit 201 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/fl agstaf RESERVATIONS 800-562-3524 INFO 928-526-9926 5803 North US Highway 89 Flagstaf , AZ 86004 ® BENSON Exit 304 9.5 mi. Tombstone Kartchner Caverns Willcox Tucson Ocotillo St. Ocotillo St. ½ mi. 80 80 90 10 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/benson RESERVATIONS 800-562-6823 INFO 520-586-3977 180 West Four Feathers Lane Benson, AZ 85602-7952 Phoenix Prescott, Sedona & Flagstaff Rock Springs Black Canyon City Exit 242 Exit Here ® A g u a F r i a R i v e r 17

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