Northern Arizona Campgrounds With Cabins

Northern Arizona Campgrounds With Cabins
Northern Arizona is a land of extremes. From the majestic heights of the Grand Canyon to the stark beauty of the Mojave desert, the diversity of nature is yours to experience. From large, private campgrounds with numerous amenities to solitary locations within the boundaries of a national park, a cabin in Northern Arizona that suits your needs is readily available.
 

Grand Canyon/Williams KOA

Currently undergoing a major renovation, this campground provides RV parking as well as one and two-room cabins. A private campground that oversees properties nationally, KOA is known for providing a long list of available amenities. The cabins sleep four to six adults and all come with lights, heat, electricity and mattresses. Restrooms are located nearby. An outdoor pool is available from April through October, and free wireless Internet access is provided. Outdoor enthusiasts will find helpful staff available to arrange a multitude of options from rafting tours to trail rides.

Grand Canyon/Williams KOA
5333 Highway 64
Williams, AZ 86046
(928) 635-9562
www.koa.com

 
 

Spring Valley Cabin Bunkhouse

Located in Kaibob National Forest, the Spring Valley Cabin and Bunkhouse provides the perfect opportunity to experience the beauty of northern Arizona with a large group of eight to twelve. The cabin comes with five twin size beds, one queen size, a bathroom, furniture, fully equipped kitchen and cleaning supplies. Renting the adjacent bunkhouse adds five more twin beds, a full-size futon sofa and wood burning stove. There is parking for six vehicles, a horse corral and picnic tables and chairs for your enjoyment. Outdoor adventure awaits you with a hiking trail directly across from the cabin, while nearby activities include biking, hiking and snow tubing.

Williams Ranger District
742 South Clover Road
(877) 444-6777
www.fs.fed.us

Kendrick Cabin

When this Coconino National Forest cabin was in service, firefighters lived and worked here during fire season. Now, the three bedroom wood cabin is available for rent and sleeps up to ten. Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, wood-burning fireplace and outside bathhouse with flush toilet and shower. A grill and picnic table are provided. The cabin is available and accessible by car from May until early November. These warmer months provide opportunities for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.

Kendrick Cabin
Peaks Ranger District
(928) 526-0866
www.recreation.gov

Holbrook/Petrified Forest KOA

Located in the high desert of northern Arizona, this KOA campground provides one- room cabins that sleep up to four adults. A snack bar, wireless Internet access and a swimming pool, open between May one and October one, are just some of the amenities offered at this location. Cabins are located near restrooms and the Kamper Kitchen, which provides community use of stove tops and sinks. A attraction near this campground is the Petrified Forest where outdoor activities include hiking to Petroglyphs and visiting the Navajo Indian reservation.

Holbrook/Petrified Forest KOA
102 Hermosa Drive
Holbrook, AZ 86025
(928) 524-6689

 

Article Written By Delaney West

Delaney West has been a professional writer for over ten years. Her work has appeared in Teen Magazine and All About You. She was a script coordinator for episodic television before becoming a freelance writer. She graduated from University of California, Santa Barbara with a degree in sociology.