leaving Calif within the next 36 hrs, expect to be in the Williams area on Friday
would like to camp at the canyon for a day or so, then continue east
just wondering if its crowded, or can we find a place to fit our 34ft class A, no toad
we do have a scooter, but do not want to camp outside the park
we have 2 small dogs with us, not convenient to be many miles away for walks etc.
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if you can't get a reservation inside the park, you can stay in the national forest camping area that is just south of the park. no hookups, but it is going to be cool at the canyon, so you won't need a/c.
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no schedule, no reservations
the national forest will work, if there is no site inside, we can motor into one of the visitor parking areas for daytime and spend a night or so in the forest before moving on
we full time dry camp, eight batteries, 505w of solar, two generators, residential fridge
hook ups are Not a necessity for us, just an occasional luxury
Another option is to stay in the Williams area and take the train or drive to GC for the day. While in Williams also visit Bearazona which is a very well done drive through animal park. Nearby is also a Deer farm with dozens of deer to walk through and feed.
We like to stay at the circle pines KOA just east of Williams. Very nice park with lots of trees, plenty of large RV spots etc.