Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA

Arizona is a truly magnificent place filled with astonishing landscapes and unique locations. Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA is the closest full-service campground to the Petrified Forest National Park. It’s also near several other national parks and popular Arizona attractions. The campground is big-rig friendly, and sites have a maximum length of 110 feet. There are full hookups with 50 amp electrical service and free Wi-Fi. Cable TV hookups are available for a small fee. All deluxe campsites have a fire pit, and non-deluxe sites can pick up a personal fire pit upon check-in because what’s camping without a campfire?The campground has several amenities and attractions to help keep you entertained. Challenge your friends to a game of basketball or play a round of tetherball. Work up a sweat at the volleyball court or let the children run off some energy at the playground. Afterward, cool down in the seasonal swimming pool and catch some relief from the Arizona heat. After a day of fun in the sun, freshen up at the modern bathhouses with warm showers, and then set some foil packet meals over the campfire. Don’t feel like cooking over a fire? Whip up your next meal in the fully stocked Kamping Kitchen. If you’re not in the cooking mood, get your fill at the Chuckwagon Dinner. Serving everything from hot dogs and potato salad to steak and baked beans, you’re bound to find something that pleases every palate.

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The Great Outdoors

When you’re RV camping at Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA, you’ll only be 20 minutes' drive from Petrified Forest National Park. The park’s crowning jewels are the unique rock-like petrified logs, but there’s much more to see at this amazing place. Ancient petroglyphs, buttes, mesas, badlands, fossils, wildflowers, and vast vistas for hundreds of miles are just a few of the things that make this park such a magical place. Hop on horseback and explore the park, or slip on your hiking boots and stretch your legs. Learn about the park through museum-like exhibits in the visitors’ center, or get in the car and take a scenic drive.A trip to northwest Arizona isn’t complete without going to Grand Canyon National Park. It is only about two hours away when camping at Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA. A natural wonder of the world, this iconic locality covers 1,904 square miles, including 277 miles of the Colorado River. You could spend several months here and not see everything this grand place has to offer, so even if you only have a few days or hours when you book an RV rental near Holbrook, the Grand Canyon is a definite must-visit. Facilities at the South Rim are open year-round, but North Rim facilities are seasonal. Enjoy camping, backcountry backpacking, hiking, whitewater rafting, and much more at this ultimate outdoor playground.About half an hour's drive away in Winslow, Meteor Crater Natural Landmark is one of the world’s best-preserved meteorite impact sites. The crater is the result of a collision that occurred 50,000 years ago and is one mile across, 2.4 miles in circumference, and 550 feet deep. There are several ways to explore this massive crater. The Discovery Center provides a learning experience for people of all ages. Take a guided rim tour to see different lookout points, and end the day with a meal from the on-site restaurant. And don’t forget to pick up some gifts from the Gift Store or Mineral Shop before you head out.

Exploring the City

The Hubbell Trading Post is the oldest, continually active trading post on the Navajo Reservation. The trading post, now a national historic site, has been serving Ganado goods and Native American art since 1878. Check out the visitor’s center, which houses exhibits about the history of trade, the importance of sheep and weaving to the Navajo people, and more. You can also watch a live weaving demonstration by a Navajo woman. Take a stroll around the homestead, walk the Veterans Trails and take in the beauty of the landscape, or head into the trading post to purchase a variety of goods and gifts. In Ganado, Arizona, it’s definitely worth a visit when you camp in an RV near Holbrook.Another interesting thing to check out when you book an RV in Navajo County is the Wigwam Motel. A quirky motel with a museum, you’ll trade in the traditional hotel room for a freestanding concrete-and-steel tepee. Fifteen large sleeping units are laid out in an open rectangle and made to resemble an Indian village. Though the Wigwam Motel was constructed in 1950, it has been regularly renovated to keep it modern. Each unit features a full bathroom, air conditioning, cable TV, and double beds.Arizona is quite lovely, but sometimes the heat keeps you from exploring as you’d like. Fortunately, there are numerous scenic drives where you can enjoy the landscape from the comfort of your air-conditioned car or RV rental. One of the best ones to check out when renting an RV near Holbrook is the Painted Desert to Rainbow Forest scenic drive. A 28-mile drive, the road traverses the Petrified Forest National Park, its twisted gullies, and low mesas.Whether you’re visiting to explore the beautiful landscapes, learn about Native American culture, or something else, your next adventure awaits when you camp at Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA.

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