Grand Canyon All-Season RVing Done Right at Trailer Village RV Park

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October 18, 2019

A view of the Grand Canyon from Yavapai Point. Photo: Mariordo (Mario Roberto Durán Ortiz) A view of the vast Grand Canyon from a rim, with late-day shadows blanketing the buttes, ravines and rock faces of the mile-deep geological marvel.

Looking to take your RV on the road this winter? Look no further! Make your way to Grand Canyon National Park where Trailer Village RV Park will be waiting for you. Located minutes from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, Trailer Village RV Park is open all year-round, making your spontaneous winter getaway that much more attainable!

A motorhome with slide-out deployed parked in the snow in front of a bare tree.

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, Trailer Village RV Park is the only RV site inside Grand Canyon National Park that has full hook-ups! That’s right – sewage and water hookups, cable TV hookup and electrical hookup with 30 amp or 50 amp sites available all for your convenience, making your winter tip to the Grand Canyon that much more appealing. Other amenities include paved pull-through sites up to 50 feet, charcoal grill, picnic table and easy access to the free shuttle that travels through Grand Canyon National Park.

A short drive away, you’ll discover Camper Services where you can find laundry facilities and hot showers – just what you’ll need after a long day hiking the Canyon in the brisk winter air. At this location, you also have access to The Camp Store, which offers grab & go sandwiches, snacks, drinks, firewood, bagged ice and other camping necessities.

Food displayed in an open convenience-store fridge next to a Hagen Daz and Nestle freezer unit.

Just minutes from Camper Services lies everything you’ll need for your winter stay. Yavapai Tavern and Yavapai Restaurant offer a wide range of cuisine perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner – the best way to fuel up for a full day of exploring. Canyon Village Market and Deli offers a large selection of fresh groceries, souvenirs and outdoor gear available for rent. Get a freshly made sandwich or salad from the Deli to keep in your backpack for on-the-go snacking or grab a coffee to warm you up from Yavapai Coffee Shop.

Patrons of a restaurant chat around a pair of tables with a bar in the background as a TV mounted on the wall shows football.

Get on the road this winter and see one of the seven natural wonders of the world the best way possible by staying at Trailer Village RV Park, where everything you need is right at your fingertips. Visit VisitGrandCanyon.com/GoodSam to book your stay at Trailer Village RV Park today!