Meteor Crater RV Park
Meteor Crater RV Park is located near the historic town of Winslow, AZ.
The Meteor Crater is also known as the Barringer Crater, but was originally referred to as the Canyon Diablo Crater.
The hole was created at least 50,000 years ago when a meteor approximately 150 feet wide struck the earth at a speed of between 28,000 mph - 45,000 mph. The crater was formed in an instant and the meteor was vaporized on impact.
It's considered the best preserved impact site on earth. Apollo Astronauts trained at the site. The crater is on land privately owned by the Barringer family. There is an admission fee charged.
There is a Visitor Center on site where you can visit the learning center for more information about the crater., along with a gift shop and food available.
The RV park is located about 35 miles from Flagstaff, AZ at an elevation of 5300 feet. There are 71 sites available with 27 full hookups. 44 sites have water and electric only.
Family camping tenting, RV storage, dumping for guests and non-guest, laundry, groceries, RV supplies, ice, and picnic tables are available.
Guests receive a discount to see the Meteor Crater. The park offers big rig friendly pull through spaces and free WiFi.
There is an impressive amount of Northern Arizona day trips that are within a days drive and you'll find plenty to explore including the Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, Historic Winslow, Flagstaff, the San Francisco Peaks, Grand Canyon, Mogollon Rim, Sedona, Jerome, Camp Verde and Navajo Nation and Hopi Mesas.
Meteor Crater Road
I-40 Exit 233
Winslow, AZ 86047