CHECK OUT ARIZONA’S WONDERFUL KOA CAMPGROUNDS
Whether you prefer camping amongst the beautiful, spreading trees and the privately stocked bass lake in Yuma in the southwest corner of the state or near Lake Havasu’s fabulous golf courses up in the central-west, Kampgrounds of America has got you covered in Arizona. Maybe you’d rather experience the Old Wild West and high desert camping at Holbrook in the east and Benson to the south. Then count on Kampgrounds of America for more affordable great places.
And don’t forget about the Grand Canyon!
Kampgrounds of America seems to be everywhere in Arizona to dependably meet your camping needs with affordable, safe and clean campgrounds.
Normally known by the moniker KOA, Kampgrounds of America, Inc. operates the world’s largest system of campgrounds. Headquartered in Billings, Montana, U.S.A., its more than 500 distinctive campgrounds in the geographic North American continent and Japan include more than 450 sites in the United States, including 12 in the State of Arizona. The campgrounds are operated under the highest standards in the industry and guests can always rely on their high quality, family-friendly tent, cabin, and RV campgrounds.
Campers in Arizona have access to all of the wonderful KOA campgrounds 365 days a year and none of the 25 KOA sites currently ( July 2008 ) for sale in Canada and the U.S.A. are located in the state. The following is a detailed list of the 12 campgrounds. Access their websites for reservations, phone numbers and more information by using their internet addresses:
BENSON (http://koa.com/where/az/03133 /)
This campground is located in the quiet of a high elevation desert valley near Interstate 10. Their amenities include RV sites, shaded tent sites, one room cabins and camping lodges. Each campsite has 50 amp electric service, free cable television, and a roomy eighty-foot pull through. The grounds sport a camping kitchen, a pavilion and meeting room, pay LP gas, free modem data ports and wireless internet, a swimming pool from April through October, a hot tub and sauna, pay firewood and mini golf.
This KOA site also features a bath house and laundry which are always open for use, a bed and breakfast, a camper sink in the tent area, access to a computer and printer, faxing and xerographic machine, a gift shop and grocery store, coffee and cable television inside the cabins, a church with services from April through October, outside game facilities,