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Bedrock City, Williams

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Where to stay in Williams

Located about 90 km (60 mi) south of the Grand Canyon, Williams' accommodations cater to visitors unable to get rooms just outside the national park or who want to take a scenic train ride into the park. An ideal base for exploring the wider region around the world-famous canyon, the city features dozens of affordable motels and inns. If you do not intent to spend much time indoors, consider pitching a tent at one of the area's many campgrounds, located just a short drive from the city's shops and restaurants.
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  • Someday maybe Fred will win the fight and that cat will stay out for the night, but in the meanwhile, take the time to see this treasure. They just don't make roadside attractions like this anymore an...  more »
  • Nostalgic and a bit tacky. Don't expect much here. The gift shop has good prices on Route 66 t-shirts.  more »
  • I am not sure what some of the reviewers here were expecting. It is a run down RV park with Flinstones theme. Pay $5 for some hysterical photo opps. You can slide down the dinosaur like Fred! Just lau...  more »
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  • We stopped here for breakfast on our way out. It was open earlier than other places and we were starving. The food was average diner quality and the tables and chairs were dated. The gift shop was a bit worn looking. All that being said, I would still stop here again for a quick bite. The people were nice and the service was excellent. It was the kind of place you could make yourself at home. I didn't use the campground, restrooms, or amusement park.
  • Fun for all ages! I think my husband and I appreciated it more than the kids since we grew up with this cartoon. Staff was very friendly and it was very entertaining! :)
  • It was a lot of fun to go in and see the houses and characters. However the cafe was very dirty and there wasn't much to actually do. Great picture destination for families. Definitely worth going to at least once.
  • It hurts my heart how run down bedrock city has become. Everyone was really friendly and it's not expensive to camp for the night. I wish they would fix up bedrock. Our kids loved it.
  • well it is ok, they really need to paint and remodel the flinstones land. They have not really take care of the place, it does seem a little run down. I went here back in the 80's and it is the same but it is run down, it only cost 5 dollars but rather pay more for a better quality experience versus a run down place. At least it brought back good memories.