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Use the ICON KEY on the FRONT COVER FLAP 20 April 1 — October 31 koa.com/camp/williams RESERVATIONS 800-562-9379 INFO 928-635-2626 1000 Circle Pines Road Williams, AZ 86046 GRAND CANYON AREA 12 Williams/Exit 167/Circle Pines The pine-shaded acres of the Williams/Exit 167/Circle Pines KOA make a perfect home base for visiting the Grand Canyon and northern Arizona's many other attractions. Make the hour drive to the Grand Canyon, join a van tour or ride the Grand Canyon Railway. (Your KOA hosts can help you with reservations and taxi service to the railway.) You're within comfortable driving distance of Sedona/Oak Creek Canyon, Route 66 attractions, ski areas and prehistoric clif dwellings at Walnut Canyon National Monument. Let the staf book train, helicopter, airplane, jeep, ATV and rafting tours for you! Back at camp, enjoy panning for gemstones, free hayrides (summer weekends), fun-bike rentals and 18-hole mini golf. In summer, the Bear Trax Café serves delicious breakfasts and dinners Thursday through Monday. You can also enjoy horseback rides into the forest at nearby stables. Pool: April 15–Oct. 15. Max pull thru: 90 ft. I-40 Exit 167: Turn north and follow Circle Pines Rd to KOA. GRAND CANYON AREA 10 Seligman/Route 66 Relax! All the sites at the Seligman/Route 66 KOA are pull thrus. From teardrop campers to big diesel pushers, this KOA can easily accommodate your rig. Come in and enjoy the nostalgia of Seligman. The town straddles the longest remaining stretch of Historic Route 66. Stop at Delgadillo's Snow Cap for a malt, just as folks did in the 1950s. In spring, cheer on hundreds of classic cars as they take of on the popular Fun Run to Topock. Enjoy fun and easy day trips to Havasu Falls, Laughlin, the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Las Vegas and the Hoover Dam. Then come back to the campground's high desert setting to relax by the campfi re and tell stories of the day's adventures. Days are warm, nights are cool, and the stars are crystal clear. There's no light pollution here! Pool: May 25–Oct. 1. Max pull thru: 73 ft. Exit 123 off-ramp from I-40: Turn north 1 mile. GPS: N35.317627, W112.854223 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/seligman RESERVATIONS 800-562-4017 • INFO 928-422-3358 801 East Highway 66, Seligman, AZ 86337 ® Grand Canyon White Horse Lake Exit 167 WILLIAMS Flagstaff & New Mexico 57 mi. Las Vegas & California Circle Pines Rd. Kaibab Lake 64 40 40 ® Exit 123 Williams SELIGMAN Kingman 1 mi. 1 mi. 66 40 Arizona 10 19 Tucson Irvington Rd Felix Blvd Exit 264B Exit 264 Country Club Rd ® 11 Tucson/Lazydays Tucson/Lazydays KOA is your desert oasis, featuring beautiful fruit trees abundant throughout the park, with plenty of good times to be had. The campground of ers pull thru sites with full 30/50-amp hookups. Or you can try the grassy luxury sites! No RV? No problem. Stay in one of the new two-bedroom Deluxe Cabins with queen beds. Whether you want to relax by one of the two pools, soak in the hot tubs or join in the fun activities, this KOA has something for everyone to enjoy. Lazydays, a full-service RV dealership with a service department, is located next door. Other campground amenities include a restaurant with a full-service bar, an event center and meeting rooms, fi tness center, of -leash dog park and complimentary Wi-Fi. Camping in Arizona is a breeze at the Tucson/Lazydays KOA. Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 65 ft. From I-10 East: Take Exit 264B merging onto Palo Verde Road N. Make a left on Irvington Road. Continue to Country Club Road and make a left. From I-10 West: Take Exit 264. Left on Irvington Road and left on Country Club Road. OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/tucson-lazydays RESERVATIONS 800-562-8730 • INFO 520-799-3701 5151 South Country Club Road, Tucson, AZ 85706

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