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Grand Canyon RV Rentals

Thinking about renting an RV to see the Grand Canyon?

The Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park is one of the most highly visited National Parks in the United States. It's also one of the natural wonders of the world. Over 4 million people a year visit the Grand Canyon to take in its breathtaking natural beauty.

If you have ever dreamed of visiting the canyon and you are looking for a comfortable, cost effective way to see it, we can help outfit you in a modern, pre-owned recreational vehicle and send you off to see this natural wonder for yourself. Seeing the Grand Canyon in an RV is a great economical and convenient way to see The Grand Canyon on your own terms.

Since 1968, Owner's Rental has provided RV Rentals for hundreds of people from around the world wanting to visit The Grand Canyon, we can help you too. Please be sure to fill out our contact form for pricing and availability, of course, feel free to call us.

One of the best sources for information about traveling to the Grand Canyon is the National Park Service web site. A great place to start to learn more about the park, its rules and regulations, and for assistance in planning your trip.

National Park Service

RV Parks near the Grand Canyon

You have many options when it comes to RV camping when you plan to visit the Grand Canyon. You can opt for a more traditional campground, or a fully modern RV resort with all the amenities. The information below was provided for your convenience.

Grand Canyon Railway RV Park
Grand Canyon Railway RV Park
The nicely landscaped RV Park with pull throughs, 50 amp spaces, cable TV, laundry facilities, picnic area, Convenience Store, playground, volleyball, basketball, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoes and children's playground. Fitness trail surrounds park. Offers a complimentary shuttle service from the RV Park to the train depot, hotel and Max & Thelma's Restaurant.
Directions: from Interstate 40 as you enter Williams. Simply get off Interstate 40 at Exit 163. Go South on Grand Canyon Blvd. about 1/2 mile. Go West (right) on Franklin Ave. (you'll drive by the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel) Look to make a left turn into the Convenience Store which also serves as the RV Park check-in. The convenience store sits at the corner of Franklin Ave & 7th Ave.
Address: 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams, AZ 86046
Phone: 800-843-8724
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Circle Pines KOA
Set in 27 acres of shady pine forest, Circle Pines KOA is only 50 minutes from the Grand Canyon, and central to many Northern Arizona attractions, such as Sedona, Meteor Crater, ski areas and more. Relax under a tree, unwind in the spa, play mini-golf, go sightseeing. No membership is required.
Directions: 167 from I-40 and follow Circle Pines Road to the entrance.
Address: 1000 Circle Pines Rd, Williams, AZ 86046
Phone: 928-635-2626
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Railside RV Ranch
The Railside RV Ranch features facilities including propane gas, laundry, dump station, pet wash, amphitheater, clubhouse, playground, restrooms with showers, cable television, telephone hookups, and 50 amp power.
Location: Williams, Arizona
Address: 877 Rodeo Road, Williams, AZ 86046
Phone: 928-635-4077
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Desert View Campground (South Rim) Grand Canyon National Park
Desert View Campground is located 25 miles east of Grand Canyon Village (South Rim) and is open mid-May(weather permitting) though mid-October. Desert View Campground is available on a first-come, first-served basis (no reservations). $10 per site per night. Hook-ups are not available.
Address: P.O. Box 129, Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Phone: 928-638-7875
Grand Canyon Camper Village
A privately owned camping and RV park located just one mile outside of the South Entrance to the Grand Canyon, no campground and RV park outside of the Park is closer to the South Rim than Grand Canyon Camper Village: full hookups, tent camping, authentic teepees, hot showers, children's playground, Steak House, Internet, and camper and trailer supplies. Shuttle service to the Park, plus free reservations for helicopter, airplane, or ground tours of the Canyon.
Phone: 928-638-2887
Toll Free: 877-638-2887
Grand Canyon Williams KOA
March 5 - October 26. Bright stars twinkle against an inky sky as campers dig in to outdoor barbecues and tap their toes to live music every summer night at this high country campground, the closest KOA to the Grand Canyon (45 minutes away!). Don't miss breakfast, then treat the kids to a donkey ride during the summer or hang out in the pool and hot tub. Take a van tour, ride the historic Grand Canyon train or fly over the mile-deep chasm by helicopter or airplane - or drive there yourself (on-site car rentals). Your KOA hosts can make the arrangements for fun activities, including rafting, jeep excursions and trail rides on horseback. You'll find a wide variety of other attractions in the area: the red cliffs of Sedona, Indian ruins and hiking trails in Kaibab National Forest. Enjoy rodeos and shops in the town of Williams, whose Main Street celebrates its fame as part of Route 66.
Directions: Exit 165 on I-40, then 5 miles north on Highway 64.
Address: 5333 Highway 64, Williams, AZ 86046
Phone: 928-635-2307
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Indian Hollow Campground
Located a short distance from the Grand Canyon Rim, Indian Hollow Campground puts you close to some of the most spectacular scenery of any National Forest Camp. Hiking trails provide access to the Thunder River Trail in Grand Canyon National Park and to a network of Forest trails in the Kanab Creek Wilderness. This area within the North Kaibab District is excellent for hiking, sightseeing and wildlife watching. Rare desert bighorn sheep are seen here regularly.
Directions: 50 miles south of Fredonia on Forest Roads 422, 425 and 232. 17 miles southwest of Big Springs. Forest Roads 422 and 425 are graveled, all-weather roads, however the last 4 1/2 miles on FR 232 are advisable for pickups or similar rough road vehicles.
Phone: 928-643-7395
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Grand Canyon Itinerary

So you want to see the Grand Canyon but you're not sure what such a trip might entail. You know there is a lot to see in Arizona, so what else might you be able to squeeze in? what might such a trip look like?

Suppose you are taking a 7 day trip and plan to see the Grand Canyon... suggested below are some points of interest that you can see on the way or if you choose on the way back. Be sure to inquire as to what else you might be able to do, the following is only sample.


Arcosanti (Architecture + Ecology) and the beautiful Soleri Windbells for sale located 65 miles North of Phoenix just off 1-17 (exit 262) at Cordes Junction. They have overnight accommodations but must be made ahead.

Rock Springs

As you continue North on 1-17 a favorite restaurant is Rock Springs... breakfast, lunch and barbecue dinner and their famous home made pies. Lemon is piled high with meringue. Also located in Rock Springs is a small Amish Restaurant that we're told has wonderful food.


As you head north again you will come to the Prescott turnoff. Prescott is a very beautiful town to visit and not far out of your way. A beautiful Park is in the center of town with lots of activity going on regularly; lots of shops, old buildings even Whiskey Row. Sharlott Hall Museum captures Prescott's beauty, culture & history. Plenty of overnight accommodations with several bed & breakfasts. Prescott has its own Casino called Bucky's that sits high up on a hill as well as a small casino below.


Since you have taken a side trip to Prescott you might want to continue on for a trip to Jerome if you are brave enough to drive an RV up to see it Jerome is located high on top of Cleopatra Hill (5,200 feet) between Prescott and Flagstaff. It is a copper mining town and has lots of quaint shops and candy stores, ice cream shops... the perfect place to sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful views. Overnight accommodations available.

Slide Rock and Oak Creek

When heading back 1-17 north you will be on 89A and will go through Oak Creek Canyon famous for Slide Rock, an all natural stream with ice cold water that the kids will love. You get in at the top and it carries you down stream... lots of fun but wear old jeans because it's not real gentle on your attire.


From here you will enter into Sedona, famous for its breathtaking beauty of the wonderful red rocks... don't miss the Church in the rocks. Sedona is famous for its beauty and all the great shops! You can spend the day just browsing. Lots of overnight accommodations.

Flagstaff, Meteor Crater and more...

Next stop North is Flagstaff with the breathtaking San Francisco Peaks. Famous for the Lowell Observatory... a must see. Beautiful Snow Bowl with its ski lift is a beautiful place whether winter with the snow or summer with the flowers. Don't miss meteor crater... a great place to see.