Grand Canyon/Williams KOA wins National Reserve America award

Campground named among 'Most Scenic Spots'

BILLINGS, Mont. - The Grand Canyon/Williams KOA Campground, owned and operated by the Bell Family, was recently named among the "Best Scenic Spots in the United States" by Reserve America, one of the largest providers of campground reservation services in the world.

Each year, Reserve America names its "Top 100 Family Campgrounds" as well as outstanding campgrounds in each of the areas of in 16 different categories including: amazing spots, biking trails, bird-watching, canoeing, educational and historical facilities, fishing, hiking, horse-friendly parks, beaches, picnic areas, romantic spots, kid-friendly parks, scenic views, tours and events, unique cabins and water recreation activities.

"Each year outdoor enthusiasts look forward to Reserve America's annual list of the nation's finest campgrounds that provide convenient services, offer beautiful scenery and ensure families have a great camping experience," explained David Dutch, general manager for the Active Network's Outdoors division. "We hope families find this diverse list of camping locations and attractions useful as they make their camping plans."

"It is really no surprise to us that the Grand Canyon/Williams KOA was named among the best campgrounds in the country," said KOA President Pat Hittmeier. "We've known for a long time that the Bell Family runs a wonderful park and take great care of their campers."

The local KOA is located at 5333 W. Highway 64 and can be reached by calling (928) 635-2307.

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