Grand Canyon – RV Today

December 30, 2010


The Grand Canyon is an international travel destination that attracts millions of visitors every year. The canyon proves a good starting point for visitors to see in Northern Arizona as there are historic sites, route 66, the Navajo nation and more. The city of Flagstaff is a great place to set up camp. The historic downtown area is wrapped around Route 66. Not far away from the downtown area is the famous Lowell Observatory where visitors can get a glimpse of the far reaches of outer space. If you like to view nature scenery here on Earth there is the Arboretum Flagstaff located just outside the city. For the RVer there are several parks to settle down at including Black Barts RV Park located of I-40. Not only is Black Barts a RV park it also has a steak house and musical revue. Just outside of Flagstaff is their sister city historic Williams where its downtown is on Route 66. Williams thrived on the traffic funneled in by Route 66 through the central part of town, and now it relishes in the nostalgia of the famed road. The favorite watering hole of the town is Sultana famous for being the longest continuous holder of a liquor license in the state. What Williams is best known for is being the gateway to the Grand Canyon.

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2 Responses to “Grand Canyon – RV Today”

  1. rugerman3114 on December 30th, 2010 3:44 am

    this is my first destination when i retire and cash-out my 401k and buy my r.v. just waiting for my doctors to tell me its over, sign up for s.s.i.

  2. camaroracer454 on December 30th, 2010 4:41 am

    looks nice

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