Things to do and see in the area – Local Favorites
Attractions - What to do
This list covers the entire area. To see a list of local favorites right in Williams, Click Here.
Take a look at GrandCanyon.com
It’s Amazing! The museum and visitors’ center is a great educational experience.
Take a look at MeteorCrater.com
Sightseeing in the Red Rock Country of Sedona. Info here.
The Grand Canyon Brewing Company – *New Link!
One of our favorites, and only 10 minutes away. No question, it’s the best beer around. They brew some special beers that can only be had locally. Great food as well.
The New Canyon Coaster Adventure Park!
Come ride the new coaster and try out the other attractions as the park.
Sycamore Canyon Wilderness
The lesser known but perhaps more spectacular canyon leading out of Sedona. Directly south of the cabins. Information here, here, here & here.
Whitewater Rafting Trip
Leaves from Williams, AZ, click here
Grand Canyon Deer Farm
One of the biggest petting zoos around, it’s just across I-40.
If you like your animals bigger and wilder, see the Bears! It’s just east of Williams, only a few minutes away.
Pine Country Restaurant
Home Cooking! The best place to get breakfast for a hundred miles.
Look at this article on AZ Central for so many things to do and see in Williams.
Take a look to see what’s happening in Williams. Williams Chamber of Commerce or the Williams, AZ website.
The Grand Canyon Railway
Take an antique train to the Grand Canyon! Ride the Polar Express to the North Pole from November to Christmas!
The Oak Hill Snowplay Area
Just around the corner, only a few minutes away. Formerly a small ski area in the 1950’s, Oak Hill is now a part of the Kaibab National Forest.
Snowbowl is Just 30 minutes away, if you want the big hill.
Keyhole Sink Trail
Keyhole Sink is one nearby Forest Service Trail, It starts on the North side of Old 66, across from the Oak Hill Snowplay Area, just 5 minutes from Moose Manor.
Historic Route 66
Historic Route 66 runs Through the Kaibab National Forest. It’s all within a stone’s throw of Moose Manor.
Great golf course in Williams. This course was originally a sand course, with 9 holes. Now, the course has grass, and has 18 holes, with varied terrain to present a pleasant challenge. The older portions have some of the prettiest holes you’ll see at any course in Arizona.
Operates a visitor center year round in Williams. Maps, attractions and helpful advice are always available. This link also contains information about the Keyhole Sink Trail, the Kaibab National Forest that Historic Route 66 runs through, and the Oak Hill Snowplay Area.
Ranger attending the park and tending a fire in the warming area.
A really “cool” natural attraction north of Flagstaff
Activities - What to do
All these activities are available in the area…click the links in the section above for more information.