Williams, Arizona: “Gateway to the Grand Canyon”

Locomotives of the Grand Canyon Railway depart daily from the historic Williams Depot, which is walking distance from the railway’s RV Park.

Gerald C. and Sharon L. Hammon
October 16, 2012

Williams, Ariz., bills itself as the “Gateway to the Grand Canyon.” Motorhome travelers can bypass the town itself, but we’re here to tell you that would be a mistake. Williams and the surrounding Kaibab National Forest offer an ideal setting as your base camp, and if the Grand Canyon is not on... Read more »

Arizona RV Park Is First to Install a ‘Putting Purple’

Putting Purple

May 26, 2011

Phillip Harison has been coming to Desert’s Edge RV Village in Phoenix almost every winter for 15 years. Harison loves the Arizona sunshine and the park’s amenities, which include a heated swimming pool and spa and exercise room. But he has also been lobbying park owner Saundra Bryn for years to... Read more »

Red Rock Retreat

Sedona Arizona Adventure

October 22, 2008

Beautiful. Mysterious. Seductive. These words describe Sedona, a town located 110 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona, which offers four seasons of incredible scenery, adventure and something more — something inexplicable. Before the time of the dinosaur this high desert region was a coastal plain located... Read more »

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