July 1, 12:38pm - reviewed by Jon
Not EV friendly.
Staff was very nice but was told EV charging was not allowed, so was not able to book with them, despite having space available.
May 26, 8:17am - reviewed by Kristal
Such a great park!
We were amazed at all they offer here! Super friendly, amazing customer service! The grounds are better than pictured above, clubhouse, sauna and hot tub are new, beautiful amenities! The rec room, and free continental breakfast area is new and beautiful also. The shuttle and train ride into Grand Canyon was a blast, would recommend it to everyone! They even watched our dog for free while we were gone! Love this place, we really felt taken care of!
May 24, 7:11pm - reviewed by Nelson
Best Park Ever
This is flat out the best run, and nicest park we have stayed in. During the spring to fall season they have breakfast (waffles hard boiled eggs and cereal), a dog sitter is available, the bathrooms are immaculate and nicely done. The laundry is very reasonable. They have a shuttle for the train if you book through them. There are two hot tubs, and a game room plus an exercise room.
The sites are not huge, but most have nice shade trees. Only two things could be improved on. Pet clean up bags are not supplied (but there is a free pet salon to wash your pet). A pool would be nice, though most of the guests are retired and probably not that pool focused.
May 22, 8:28am - reviewed by Jim
We stayed 2 nights and enjoyed it very much. WiFi a little slow but works ok. A short cable list but who watches tv on vacay. The continental breakfast is a real plus. And, a free shuttle takes you to the train station and picks you up!! The front desk is very friendly and helpful. Sites are close but able to open awning. Will stay here again one day!!
May 14, 7:23pm - reviewed by Jim and Sharon Bennett
Loved The Park
The dog spa, and the continental breakfast was a pleasant surprise. We liked the park so well, we decided to stay an extra night. This one is on our top 10 list nationwide.
April 22, 4:55pm - reviewed by SandyLady
Super Nice Park
By far one of the nicest places we have stayed. Excellent showers/bathrooms, laundry is small but well maintained. 2 spa's, clubhouse with work out equip., horseshoes, kiddie area, doggie area, steam train goes by a few times a day for great pics. But super cold so be prepared for it and you'll be fine. Very nice staff and continental breakfast each morning. AAA and Good Sam discounts. Great place to launch for Grand Canyon.
April 12, 5:58pm - reviewed by Earl Scroggin
With The Grandkids
Spent 3 nights. Enjoyed the new recreation building they are just now finishing. Staff and owners were very helpful. We did Bearizona and took the train to the Grand Canyon. The highlight of our out west adventure.
April 2, 10:14am - reviewed by Robert Meintjes
The Best In Williams!
Everyone at the park goes out of their way to ensure that their guests have an awesome stay. The RV park is very conveniently located just out of town with easy access to the Canyons and the I-40. Though the park is next to the railway line, the trains don't pass by between 8pm and 9am making for a very quiet and peaceful nights rest. The staff also serves awesome waffles, juice, coffee and cereals for free every morning. Highly recommended!!!
March 31, 9:55am - reviewed by Tony & Karen Horton
Railside RV park
These guys have an awesome park. They built this park to accommodate every type of camping traveler. We stayed a week but would stayed longer if not for having to go back to Texas soon. We highly recommend Patrick and Tammara's park. The best waffles ever ! Shuttle service to the GCRR. The sites are all level, a pet spa, yes a pet spa, clean restrooms and showers. Rhonda and Mike are awesome too, friendly and helpful in every way. We will be back.
March 21, 8:03am - reviewed by Connie Lackey
This place is sweet! Hi Rhonda!
November 5, 6:40pm - reviewed by Susan Peterson
One of the most accommodating RV parks we’ve been to! The owners cooked us breakfast and provided shuttles for us to town, set up and shuttled us to the Grand Canyon railroad! Even offered to dog sit! They truly aim to please and are wonderful people!! Will definitely be back!!!
October 14, 3:11pm - reviewed by Colleen And Tom
This is one of the best parts we stayed in on this trip. Pat, Tamela and Rhonda were fantastic. On our first stop going west we went to see the Grand Canyon. They helped us with train tickets and provided shuttle bus drop-off and pick-up I'm one of the most fun-filled days we've had on this trip. The spot was fantastic at the end of the day hot tubs and a sauna the bathrooms and laundry were very clean and Rhonda made waffles for us every morning. We stopped again on our way back and we're just as satisfied as our first experience would definitely come here again and would highly recommend it to any weary traveler.
September 17, 11:25am - reviewed by Traveling 6
The pictures don't do it justice! They have a sauna and spa...just finishing a great clubhouse...Playground ...dog washing spa as well!...waffles every morning included!
Nicest hosts.clean blathrooms!
plus you can wave to the grand canyon train every morning and evening as it goes to and from the canyon...1 mile from route 66 fun...
Such a great stay. !
July 17, 10:21am - reviewed by D Wise
We stay here everytime we are traveling in our RV from Arkansas to Calf.
You cannot ask for more accommodating people! Once I forgot to make reservations and realized it while traveling ... We called and stated we'd be in late that night, and asked if they have a space available. They had ONE left and saved it for us! We love this place and recommend it to all of our RV friends. They only have one requirement ... Relax and have fun!
October 24, 3:14pm - reviewed by Good Park For
Good park. Williams great little town drive to Grand Canyon about an hour ok WiFi would give 5 stars if WiFi was better
October 21, 11:27am - reviewed by John R.
We came here to take the train to the Grand Canyon.I needed a wheel chair for my dad he is 91 . The people here went to town and bought a wheel chair for us to use that was $320 . That tells the rest of the story !!!!! Thank you Railside RV . !!!!
June 3, 8:42am - reviewed by Karen
DOG SITTER NO JOKE
We stayed here two nights specifically because we heard there was dog sitting available while you take the train to the Grand Canyon. .. they actually come to your RV and walk your dog several times during the day. .. they also made our reservations for the train and shuttled us to and back from the train. ..all for no charge.
We did tip them! The complimentary breakfast includes waffles. They have a community fire pit and firewood is provided. .. nice friendly folk. If you are not doing the train, there are other rv parks close enough to walk to historic Williams.