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Long Island, New York
Reviewed 6 May 2016

About 30 min North of Williams AZ.A great little place to check out of what could of have been a wonderful park. There is gift shop and a small diner. We did not eat at the diner. It takes about 20min to walk around the park. My two children (11 yr old boy and 7 yr old girl ) enjoyed...

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Reviewed 30 June 2015 via mobile

I loved it there! Whoever created it had a lot of vision it's just sad that it has been let run down but it was still very neat! My kids loves the snake and the large dinosaur that you can slide down!

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north hollywoid
Reviewed 26 May 2014 via mobile

We saw this from the road and decided to stop for breakfast. We made the mistake of ordering off the menu. The food was good but it took a long time to get it. We paid the $5 to go to the park. It was probably the most fun we had on our trip. Maybe it was because we grew...

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5Thank LisafromNHollywood
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Reviewed 16 December 2012

I stopped for breakfast yesterday at Bedrock City and it was delightful. Mind you, it was very wintry (I-40 was shut down later because of snowpack & accidents), so I saw BC all alone with a wintry gilding. First, I loved the cafe with an open fireplace and the breakfast was cooked wonderfully (waffle, sausage, eggs -- nothing special, but...

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3Thank Daniel H
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 23 November 2012

My family visited Bedrock city in November 2012, and found an odd sense of appeal to this place even though there is not much to it. It is located in Valle, AZ, which is in the middle of the Grand Canyon and Williams, AZ. The cost to get in is $5 per person, which not a lot, but then again...

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4Thank SNAFU23
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 29 August 2012

This place is about is about 25 miles outside of the Grand Canyon. It has coffee for 5 cent, gift shop, bedrock entertainment, and an RV camp. It has a cafe where food can be ordered. I had a Big Fred...double patty...2 different kinds of cheese...bacon...lettuce...tomato...pickles. with some cactus juice (lemonade mixed with fruit punch) with fries. I enjoyed every...

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5Thank KnickerbockerJones
Fort Worth/Dallas, TX
Reviewed 30 June 2012

We had a blast at the Flintstone Bedrock City in Williams. it is only 30 minutes away from where we stayed in Williams AZ and 30 minutes away from the National Geographic Visitor Center before you get into the Grand Canyon. it was neat to walk around the grounds and go into all the buildings decorated like in the cartoons....

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1Thank yatzee25
Oklahoma
Reviewed 11 December 2011

We were on our way to the Grand Canyon on Saturday afternoon. We were hungry and stopped here to eat because it was the only thing open and there is not much else nearby. We had the absolute worst fried chicken west of the Mississippi. I admit that our experience is based on a one-time visit; but, in all honesty,...

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3Thank JeepguyOK
Twentynine Palms, Ca.
Reviewed 6 August 2011

I booked reservations online to stay here, as the Mather Campgrounds area to fit larger rigs was being renovated. The campground sits right off the main road and your not fenced in. When we first arrived we thought it kinda felt ghetto, not used to just camping right off the main drag. So we decided not to pull any of...

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Address: US 180 and AZ 64, Valle, Williams, AZ
Region: United States > Arizona > Williams
Price Range: $16 - $21 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 27
Also Known As:
Flintstone Bedrock City Hotel Williams
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“Be nice. These towns are in the middle of nowhere and the deserve you respect. Especially a place that has been here for over 30 years and is rarely show on TV anymore. We all want to relive our youth...enjoy it.”
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