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This is the trip your RV was made to go on. Trailer Village RV Park is the only-in park RV park with full hookups and it's incredibly close to the Grand Canyon's South Rim. Set within a beautiful desert landscape, the Trailer Village RV park is a paved pull-through site perfect for vehicles up to 50 feet long. Best of all, it's open year-round.
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Shuttle Bus Service
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Pulliam Field109 km
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Great location near heart of Grand Canyon Village, only one of two locations in the park with full hook-ups. Bathrooms were not that great, but the rest of the park was clean. Stay for the location and hook-ups.
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Trailer Village is part of the Yavapai Lodge and Market complex near Mather Visitor Center. It is clean and staffed with friendly employees. It is a relatively new part of what Grand Canyon Nation Park offers for the RVing public. Because it is part of the Yavapai Lodge, guest
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This campground is fairly decent and somewhat expensive. But it has location and about everything you need. The sites are good sized with 50AMP/30AMP full hookups along with cable TV. They want you to only put out your sewer hose to dump, since the birds will peck holes in the ho
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We arrived on 29th Sept and should have stayed 2 nights but due to Hurrican Rosa we want to leave before the storm arrived. Special thanks to Mary at reception helping is out. Die made our 1 day a special one 👏.
Campground is great and the shuttle bus is just at the entrance. Wa
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Loved staying here! Wide paved spaces, most have shade trees and one of the cleanest RV parks we’ve ever stayed at. You’ll see deer every morning, early. So convenient, blue route bus stops at RV Park which makes it easy to get to all locations in/around Grand Canyon Village for
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Desert View - 35 Miles from Trailer Village RV Park
Breakfast right outside our RV.
Bright & Early in the Morning
Elk wandering by
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Looking to stay in the Rv Village. What is the difference between a Classic rv site and a rv site? Price wise there I a $10 difference. Thanks so much
Make sure you ask about the length of the space. I originally reserved online and when I got the email confirmation, it was too short for my travel trailer/vehicle. I ended up calling them and it seems some are made for Class C RVs I suppose. Fortunately, I made reservations early enough that there was space available in the length I needed. Enjoy! It was a wonderful trip!
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I see that you stayed at a campground in Williams instead of at Trailer Village. Was it a campground you would recommend and what is name of it? Daily rate? TIA!
We did not stay in Williams. The Grande Canyon’s Trailer Park was nice and clean and they had access to the shuttles.
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Can I know if my RV pipe will freeze if I want to visit and park at Trailer Village in Early March? I'm worried about winterizing that might damage the pipings during March nights where there might be snow..... pls advise.
I'd say that this is a risk. I visited in early April this year and the temperature fell just below freezing. I was advised to disconnect the water line overnight to help limit the chances of damage.
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is there a rate for permanent space rental?
We don't have an RV, but would like to set up a tent. Is that allowed?
I believe it is rv only the camp ground Mather is for tent camping and is next door.
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"The bus stop is near the entrance."
"The back side is probably the least busy for the park, traffic wise."
"Match RV to Site Size"
"This is not a hotel but an RV park"
"Be aware that check-in and check-out is 12 Noon, not 11:00 as stated on the literature."
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trailer village hotel grand canyon national parktrailer village grand canyon
LOCATION
United StatesArizonaGrand Canyon National Park
NUMBER OF ROOMS
80
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