One of two Hanna Barbara-sanctioned Flintstone-themed amusement parks (the other is in South Dakota), this fun-for-all-ages ... More
Flintstone's Bedrock City
One of two Hanna Barbara-sanctioned Flintstone-themed amusement parks (the other is in South Dakota), this fun-for-all-ages prehistoric playground features a whole park full of adventures for fans of Fred, Barney and the gang. Built in 1972, the park features a street full of stone-age buildings, a Fredmobile tram that travels through a volcano and the Bedrock Theater, which plays (what else?) Flintstones cartoons. There is also a campground in the complex.
This is a little drive south of the Grand Canyon. If you ever liked the Flintstones or have children that like the show, this is a must see. The houses are built of concrete and are great replicas of the houses. You'll even see statue cartoon replicas of Fred, Willma, Barney, Betty, Pebbles, Bam-Bam, and yes... even Dino. There is a large dinasour slide, so you can slide down the tail just like Fred does at the begining of the cartoon when his work shift is over. Great souvenir shop.
We stopped here on the way back from the Grand Canyon. It was a little cold and windy, but what can you expect in December? The place was a little run-down, but it was offseason and it was 4 bucks to get in, so can't really complain. We were the only visitors there, so the kids got to run wild after spending all the time in the car. The kids loved it! Lots of potential for great pictures to remember your road trip. Not something I would drive a long way for exclusively, but definately a great place to stop and stretch your legs on the way back from the South Rim.
When I was a little girl we went here on our way to disneyland. I remember it like it was yesterday. I have pics from it as well.
So when we went through Arizona I told my husband we had to stop there. So we did and my daughter 6 at the time loved running around and playing in the houses, even in the cold weather.
It is run down but that's from an adult perspective not a childs.
We did have lunch at the cafe and it was good. The lady working there was very kind.
We plan on going there again in the next few months so both our daughters are able to have this memory like I did.
I remember going to Flintstone Village as a young kid when it was still relatively new and I never forgot it. So on a recent trip to Williams, I decided to take my 4-year old daughter here. She Loved It! Yes it is a bit run-down due to disrepectful jerk visitors who break and write on things. But the kids will not notice. They will only see a great place to play and at $3 the price is definitely right, and the staff are wonderfully friendly and helpful. (I know this place was founded by a couple many years ago who raised their kids there, I'm not sure if the people running it now are their children.)
This place was wretched, DO NOT CAMP HERE unless you want to camp on a muddy unpaved parking lot. The 5 bucks to get into the park is worth if for the pictures you will take of a sad rundown flintstones land.
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