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The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
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Camping with an RV at Seligman/Route 66 KOA puts you right in the heart of all the action happening on the Mother Road. Seligman is a classic retro town on the two-lane asphalt corridor, one of the few thriving towns along the longest remaining stretch of historic Route 66. Roll in with your Seligman camper rental and find a sun-drenched or partially shaded site with full hookups and 50/30 amp service, or water/electric site with 50/30 amp service. If you only need a power connection, electric-only sites with 30 amp service are also available. All offer pull-through access (max. length is 73 feet) and the KOA is pet-friendly. Connect to the campground's Wi-Fi to keep family and friends back home updated.
Next to the KOA office is the laundry room, plus restrooms, showers, and the outdoor pool (open from late May to mid-October). Nearby, let the children loose at the playground while you get a workout at the horseshoe pit or volleyball court. You'll also find firewood and propane for sale at the campground.
You don’t have to wait until spring when hundreds of vintage and custom vehicles converge in Seligman for the annual 140-mile Route 66 Fun Run to Topock via downtown Kingman. Book an RV in Yavapai County, make Seligman / Route 66 KOA your base, and follow the Mother Road any time of the year.
Camping at Seligman / Route 66 KOA puts you only half an hour's drive of the Grand Canyon Caverns in Peach Springs. Billed as the largest dry cavern in the United States, this subterranean chamber is reached by an elevator going down 21 stories beneath the earth's surface. Join one of the exploration tours that range from light walking to guided, two-hour off-trail (including a 25-minute wheelchair-accessible Short Tour) to marvel at rare crystals and better understand the cavern's 345 million years of geological history.
Stunning blue-green waterfalls tumbling over rugged red cliffs greet you as you arrive at Havasu Falls about a 90-minute drive from Seligman/Route 66 KOA. Drive your rental RV to Hualapai Hilltop where you can leave your vehicle in the parking lot and start exploring from the Havasupai trailhead on foot or horseback. If you decide to do it on two legs, the first 1.5 miles is going to be a challenging hike, after which the trail levels somewhat until you reach the eight-mile mark at the Supai Village. After a much-needed rest here, the remaining two miles of trail follows deep red sand until the trail drops and Havasu Falls reveals itself in all its glory.
This being Arizona, a visit to the crown jewel of the state's natural attractions – the Grand Canyon – is a must, or you risk feeling like you've seriously missed out. When you camp in an RV near Seligman, you’ll be less than two hours’ drive from the Grand Canyon Village, the most popular entrance to the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. Leave your campervan rental at the Village (or stay in their RV sites for several days) and take the Village Shuttle Bus (Blue Route) to access the Canyon Rim and Greenway trails. Canyon views are a short walk from the bus stops.
For a journey on a historical road with scenic views, take the Hermit Road Bus (Red Route). If you are pushed for time but still want to see exceptional canyon vistas, the Kaibab Rim bus (Orange Route) gets you there. The Tusayan or Purple Route is most useful when you're visiting during the South Rim's busy months (early March to end of September). Many of the park’s tourists take the scheduled bus service from Flagstaff, so if you want less congestion, you might consider parking your RV rental in Tusayan (where lines are shorter) and take the shuttle going into the park.
Seligman was in danger of becoming another ghost town when Interstate 40 bypassed it in 1978. Angel Delgadillo, along with his wife Vilma and other shop owners in northwest Arizona, founded the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona to petition the state to make Route 66 historic. The association's headquarters was then housed in Angel's barbershop and pool hall.
To support the association, Angel and Vilma sold Route 66 memorabilia from the very same building, establishing what would eventually become the visitor's center and gift shop. Visit this historic building and pay homage to the grassroots effort that saved Seligman from becoming another relic of a bygone era.
Leave your travel trailer rental at the RV park and enjoy a self-guided walking tour around downtown Seligman. Walk back in time and admire Main Street's early 20th-century buildings with rusty Chevrolets parked out front. Stop by for diner fare at the equally historic Delgadillo's Snow Cap Drive-In built in the early 1950s by resident Juan Delgadillo. Then have a look around the back for old cars and gas pumps, vivid reminders of how lively the town used to be.
When you rent a camper near Seligman / Route 66 KOA, you’ll only be 40 minutes’ drive away from the Hualapai Nation capital of Peach Springs. The Peach Springs Trading Post, a Pueblo Revival structure built in the late 1920s and added to the National Register of Historic Places in the early 2000s, stood witness to the brisk commerce of selling crafts to tourists passing through Route 66 until the town, like Seligman, was bypassed by Interstate 40. You can also use Peach Springs as the springboard to explore the West Rim by the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a glass bridge suspended 4,000 feet above the canyon floor.
Small-town America is alive and well in towns like Seligman, though they become rarer in an era of rapid urban growth. And now is the best time to travel to these places. So book the best motorhome rental in Seligman, Arizona and experience these precious towns while you still can.