Williams-Circle Pines KOA

(24 Reviews)

1000 Circle Pines Rd., Williams, AZ 86046

928-635-2626

800-562-9379

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GPS: 35.2589, -112.1167

Williams-Circle Pines KOA is located at 1000 Circle Pines Rd., Williams, Arizona 86046 with a total of 135 campsites. Before your trip to Williams-Circle Pines KOA, check out website at http://koa.com/campgrounds/williams/ or contact them through 928-635-2626 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

35.2589, -112.1167

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 35.2589, -112.1167

Overview of Williams-Circle Pines KOA


Last Price Paid: $67

Reported by Roadtripping2022 on 03.03.2022

Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

135

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

6,922 ft / 2,109 m

Max Length:

90 ft

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Williams-Circle Pines KOA

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  • Area Guides Avatar Roadtripping2022
    Terrible

    Reviewed 3/3/2022

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    Nightly rate: $67

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 103

    Have stayed at over 40 rv parks on this trip and this was the worst park. Not a level site and site are muddy dirt. Maybe if they invested in some stone for the roads and sites it would be better. Literally stepping in mud all around the rig. Truck and trailer are full of mud. Site was arose from an open dumpster not even put behind th...moreHave stayed at over 40 rv parks on this trip and this was the worst park. Not a level site and site are muddy dirt. Maybe if they invested in some stone for the roads and sites it would be better. Literally stepping in mud all around the rig. Truck and trailer are full of mud. Site was arose from an open dumpster not even put behind the fence. Facilities are surety and old and need updating. Constant interstate road noise day and night. Over an hour to the Grand Canyon and nothing else around.

  • Area Guides Avatar Guy
    Nice typical KOA. Clean, helpful staff, easy access.

    Reviewed 17/1/2022

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    Nightly rate: $75

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 74

    This is a nice KOA with indoor pool and spa facilities, which was nice s it dropped down to 3 degrees one night and genera in the low 20s having stayed there in December.

  • Area Guides Avatar Scott
    Nice KOA near Grand Canyon

    Reviewed 28/9/2021

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    Nightly rate: $75

    Days stayed: 4

    Nice well established koa. Not the closest koa to the canyon but nicer than the closer one and near the train in Williams so that’s cool. Indoor pool, race cars, bounce pillow, etc. Sites were pie shaped, narrow, and most not very level. Almost wasn’t able to get my travel trailer (39’) to make the turn the guide in the golf cart w...moreNice well established koa. Not the closest koa to the canyon but nicer than the closer one and near the train in Williams so that’s cool. Indoor pool, race cars, bounce pillow, etc. Sites were pie shaped, narrow, and most not very level. Almost wasn’t able to get my travel trailer (39’) to make the turn the guide in the golf cart wanted me to make to get in… had to back into a pull through site because the space between trees was too narrow. Clean and effective laundry room, reasonably priced. Wifi only available near camp store and it was rubbish. Verizon service was awful. T-Mobile was pretty good though. I worked all week on the T-Mobile connection.

  • Area Guides Avatar Bee
    Terrible Customer Service

    Reviewed 18/8/2021

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    Nightly rate: $84

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 81

    They advertise so many fun amenities but the go-carts, jump pad, and pool were all closed for various reasons that did not seem realistic. More like they don’t want to pay people to operate them unless it is a busy holiday weekend. The sites are unlevel and require heavy duty leveling jacks, our motorhome had to have all the tires on t...moreThey advertise so many fun amenities but the go-carts, jump pad, and pool were all closed for various reasons that did not seem realistic. More like they don’t want to pay people to operate them unless it is a busy holiday weekend. The sites are unlevel and require heavy duty leveling jacks, our motorhome had to have all the tires on the passenger side lifted off the ground to get level. Save your money. For half the price you can go to the KOA journey up the road, it is way closer to the Grand Canyon and the amenities are the same. Laundry facilities were filthy.

  • Area Guides Avatar flannelphoenix
    Convenient to Williams/GCNP-great for families!

    Reviewed 22/6/2021

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    Days stayed: 2

    Let me start with the good:-LOTS of amenities for families! indoor pool and hot tubs, bouncy pillow, go karts, horse rides, room to ride bikes, etc-indoor pool was so nice and we lucked out to be parked right next to it!-lots of lovely trees-friendly staff-easy to navigateSome cons to consider:-like most KOAs this one h...moreLet me start with the good:-LOTS of amenities for families! indoor pool and hot tubs, bouncy pillow, go karts, horse rides, room to ride bikes, etc-indoor pool was so nice and we lucked out to be parked right next to it!-lots of lovely trees-friendly staff-easy to navigateSome cons to consider:-like most KOAs this one has you packed in TIGHT. This may have been the tightest fit I've been in yet.-site was VERY uneven. this was the highest I've ever had to pull up on my curved levelers and it made me super nervous. But nothing happened, just glad we had a step stool to help us get in. it didn't look that uneven when pulling in but it was.I would still stay here. it got quiet at night, was very convenient to both Williams and Flagstaff. You could have a great time just staying here in camp! it is close to the interstate but the noise didn't really bother me.

  • Area Guides Avatar GrammaJake
    Not a bad KOA

    Reviewed 12/10/2020

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 1

    Pretty park nestled in pines. The sites are tight and quite unlevel. The office staff were extremely nice as was the man that led me to my site. There was a nice indoor pool, but I did not use. It was good to have a fenced in dog area. There was some road noise but not bad.

  • Area Guides Avatar Ricky
    Great for Families with kids

    Reviewed 12/10/2020

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    Nightly rate: $70

    Days stayed: 4

    Very good location, maybe about an hour out to the Grand Canyon. Customer service was not a great experience as we had one yell at us but other than that great place to stay if visiting Grand Canyon with the family.

  • Area Guides Avatar OurRV
    Great Stopping Point

    Reviewed 11/10/2020

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    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 76

    We stayed here on our way to other destinations on 10/3/20. Wow! Pleasant surprise. The place was clean and the staff was friendly. We stayed in site 76. There is a go art track on site. My son and I had a blast. They provided a pumpkin and carving kit for the kids. Awesome touch! It is a quick 5 minute drive to either Williams or the ...moreWe stayed here on our way to other destinations on 10/3/20. Wow! Pleasant surprise. The place was clean and the staff was friendly. We stayed in site 76. There is a go art track on site. My son and I had a blast. They provided a pumpkin and carving kit for the kids. Awesome touch! It is a quick 5 minute drive to either Williams or the Deer Farm Zoo. Both worth a visit. We went to Bearzona Zoo on a different trip to Williams and also worth a visit. We would definitely stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar happytrails
    Too crowded, narrow sites

    Reviewed 27/7/2020

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    Days stayed: 1

    Had planned for 3 nights but left after the first night.Pros: staff are super friendly and helpful.Cons: sites are packed in. Neighbors' picnic mat was touching the site's sewer connection - felt bad hooking up sewage right next to them. Adults and children were continually walking through our site even though there is a design...moreHad planned for 3 nights but left after the first night.Pros: staff are super friendly and helpful.Cons: sites are packed in. Neighbors' picnic mat was touching the site's sewer connection - felt bad hooking up sewage right next to them. Adults and children were continually walking through our site even though there is a designated pedestrian pathway 5 ft away. Had to keep the A/C on to mute the outside noise (you're very close to your neighbors).WiFi was non-existent because the park was so crowded. T-Mobile and Verizon didn't work at all when we were there.

  • Area Guides Avatar 2girls2bostons
    Nice park, but cramped

    Reviewed 29/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $49

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 117

    Stayed Mon-Fri for work. It took 3 sites to find one that was not occupied, seems as if the management/booking process could be improved. It’s an older park, but it decent shape. Great WiFi during our time, from 7am until about 4pm. WiFi (and cell service, for that matter) basically unusable after 4pm when everyone is on. Lots of s...moreStayed Mon-Fri for work. It took 3 sites to find one that was not occupied, seems as if the management/booking process could be improved. It’s an older park, but it decent shape. Great WiFi during our time, from 7am until about 4pm. WiFi (and cell service, for that matter) basically unusable after 4pm when everyone is on. Lots of side by sides/razors and buggies. Fair share of trump supporters but we had no contact. Everyone we spoke to was super nice. Lee is super cool, all staff interactions were positive. It was quiet - no loud partiers, but every power pedestal has a super bright light on it and that killed the stargazing and dark nighttime.We stayed during the Covid-19 pandemic, no staff wore a mask (neither did almost any other visitors). Pool was full of kids. Mini golf and go karts available and reasonably priced, but is that why you go to an RV park?Water pressure was on the low side, 30 amp was reliable, some sites have no septic but there is a dump station. Spots aren’t particularly level.Overall a decent experience, and would stay here again in a pinch. Reminded us of summer camp, which was fun.

  • Area Guides Avatar Chasing.Cherrys
    Great for camping newbies

    Reviewed 25/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $56

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 31

    We stayed here passing through to Colorado and spent our first night ever in our travel trailer. It was so fun for the kids! Lots of things to do, from the indoor pool to the playground and “train.” My 8,5 and 2 year olds all had fun. Unfortunately some things are still closed due to covid. No bounce pad or go carts. Only 10 people al...moreWe stayed here passing through to Colorado and spent our first night ever in our travel trailer. It was so fun for the kids! Lots of things to do, from the indoor pool to the playground and “train.” My 8,5 and 2 year olds all had fun. Unfortunately some things are still closed due to covid. No bounce pad or go carts. Only 10 people allowed in the pool at a time. Park was completely full, so kind of crowded. But, overall it was great. Easy pull through sites. Would definitely stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jessica
    Nice campground, but crowded

    Reviewed 18/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $56

    Days stayed: 2

    This campground had great access off the freeway. Lots of amenities at this location. They even picked up our propane bottles, filled them and returned to our campsite. They had an indoor pool and spa which we did not use. We had great internet and good cell service. The site has a fire pit and charcoal grill. The sites are tight in t...moreThis campground had great access off the freeway. Lots of amenities at this location. They even picked up our propane bottles, filled them and returned to our campsite. They had an indoor pool and spa which we did not use. We had great internet and good cell service. The site has a fire pit and charcoal grill. The sites are tight in this park. When hooking up sewer my husband felt as if he was plugging into neighboring campers site. These sites are pretty unlevel as well. There are at least 2 dog parks and numerous trash bins throughout the campground. Campsite is dirt/gravel.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kokikokiaz
    Activities. Proximities.

    Reviewed 18/5/2020

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    Nightly rate: $75

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 18

    My tweenager kiddos had the BEST time at this site, which made it EVEN BETTER AFOR US AS WELL! There were go carts, mini golf, hiking trails, and well maintained grounds. There were even MORE Amenities but we honestly didn’t have the chance to do everything because of our other plans. I will absolutely be back!!

  • Area Guides Avatar Mariah Dunn
    Great Recovery Spot!

    Reviewed 15/3/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 118

    This was our first KOA stay, and we loved it! It's been raining for days in Arizona, and we really needed to charge our batteries. This was such a treat! They have an indoor pool and Jacuzzi and very nice showers. They also had a donation pancake breakfast the next morning! The wifi wasn't bad, and we had decent Verizon signal.

  • Area Guides Avatar sowickesited

    Reviewed 22/11/2019

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 48

    Paid $50 for 2 nights. Full hookups with sewer and water but we paid for a 30amp spot instead of 50amp to save a little money. Stayed in spot 48.We called ahead as we were driving over and asked if they had any spots available. We were a bit surprised that they only had a couple spots available since it was after peak summer season...morePaid $50 for 2 nights. Full hookups with sewer and water but we paid for a 30amp spot instead of 50amp to save a little money. Stayed in spot 48.We called ahead as we were driving over and asked if they had any spots available. We were a bit surprised that they only had a couple spots available since it was after peak summer season in mid September but luckily they got us in. We asked if we could check in early since we were just 30 minutes away. The office staff and other employees we met were all very friendly and helpful.The pool is small and the kids got bored pretty quickly, but it was fun for a little while. The hot tubs strictly prohibit small children (per AZ state law it states on the signs and employees entered several times to remind kids).The kids enjoyed the cart ride around the park, the typical KOA jumping pillow and the playground. There were plenty of other kids around to play with.Small con was that a lot of the fun stuff your kids will see from the freeway as you pass by cost money... the mini golf, rock climbing, pedal car racing around the playground, and gokarts (have to be a little older) have fees.It's also pretty comical that this park is advertised as being close to the Grand Canyon. It's at least an hour into the national park. But there aren't many other RV parks much closer.

  • Area Guides Avatar Darci

    Reviewed 22/6/2019

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 119

    Easy on/off highway. Lots to do with young kids on site. Note that everything but the playground and pool cost $. $3 for carts, $8/single, $10/double for Go Karts, $5 for rock climbing. I thought pretty affordable, but would have been nice option to pay for wristbands for all day/weekend play for people staying there. Great dog area, h...moreEasy on/off highway. Lots to do with young kids on site. Note that everything but the playground and pool cost $. $3 for carts, $8/single, $10/double for Go Karts, $5 for rock climbing. I thought pretty affordable, but would have been nice option to pay for wristbands for all day/weekend play for people staying there. Great dog area, hiked the trail, grounds were very crowded but decently quiet and friendly campers. Staff was friendly and very welcoming, lots of them patrolling and busy on the grounds all day/evening, so I believe that helped keep people in check. Took my dogs on a walk around 10pm and the grounds were very quiet. Some people sitting around fires but not loud or disrespectful. Took a day trip to the Deer Farm (15 min drive) and a quick look around Downtown Williams (10 min drive). Bathrooms and showers were clean. Pool was full Friday night, shut it down on Sat so they could get chemicals back in check. This was disappointing for my kids, but understandable. Loud highway but we didn’t mind. Would go with my kids again. My 4 star rating was only because I would rather camp somewhere secluded but it’s very nice to have places like this to help keep kids busy once in awhile.

  • Area Guides Avatar Home Wherever We Roam
    Nice stop for one night

    Reviewed 7/4/2019

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 50

    This was our first KOA and we enjoyed it. The campground was very nice and was a good location for going to Grand Canyon for an afternoon. They had a small cafe which served breakfast and dinner.

  • Area Guides Avatar Georgia
    Passing through

    Reviewed 30/10/2018

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 1

    Clean bathrooms. Nice staff. Later arrival & early departure so didn’t use facilities. Freeway noise. Would stay again if driving through.

  • Area Guides Avatar AshG34
    Decent stop

    Reviewed 18/10/2018

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    Days stayed: 2

    Decent campground, but it is pretty crowded. The pool looked greenish but ok and the hot tub looked gross so we didn’t get in at all. About an hour from the Grand Canyon. We would stay again.

  • Area Guides Avatar 4airstreamers
    Good Base Camp

    Reviewed 7/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $39

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: T80C

    We tent camped here as my friend and I decided to take our kids for a little weekday summer trip. We chose this KOA because it was easily accessible to planned activities in Flagstaff and Grand Canyon. What no one at KOA ever told us, and Google wasn't aware either, is that due to current construction on I-40, this campground's exit is...moreWe tent camped here as my friend and I decided to take our kids for a little weekday summer trip. We chose this KOA because it was easily accessible to planned activities in Flagstaff and Grand Canyon. What no one at KOA ever told us, and Google wasn't aware either, is that due to current construction on I-40, this campground's exit is closed westbound. So coming from the east, we had to drive a little more than a mile to the next exit and turn around. However, the detour to go one mile west on I-40 to get to the exit for Grand Canyon takes you east on I-40 for twelve miles! We added 30 minutes to our trip simply to go one mile west. There HAS to be back roads, even if they're dirt, to avoid that nonsense, so I was irritated that no one at the KOA would mention it upon registration or check-in as I'm guessing a lot of people staying there head to Grand Canyon at least once during their stay here.Other than that, it was an okay place to stay.It really is right next to I-40. We could see and hear the highway from our site, which was also a surprise because most campgrounds place tents towards the back or in an out-of-the-way area. Not here. While the RV sites were arranged in a circle under lots of trees, the tent sites felt exposed. It was sunny and open and really not the woodsy campsite we were looking for. We followed a host on a golf cart to our site, which was an unlevel square of gravel with a huge rut on one side and one lone pine tree on the other. I immediately asked if we could get one with more shade, "Like this one right next door maybe?" as there were no other campers in this rectangle of ten tent sites. He said, "I can't do that, Darlin'. You gotta drive back to the office and work that out with them, Darlin'." He was condescending and rude, but the woman in the office was kind and helpful. We switched to the site next door which was more level and had an extra tree. It still faced the back of the go kart garage and the road, but what can you do? The restrooms and showers were clean and convenient. We didn't use the pool or the mini golf, but the kids enjoyed the gaga ball court and giant pillow immensely. We all rode the go-karts one night. It's $8 for five minutes (about 8-10 laps maybe). It was okay. Nothing spectacular.If the freeway exit is open, this is a good base for both Flagstaff and Grand Canyon.

  • Area Guides Avatar Mary4AZ
    crowded, noisy

    Reviewed 21/3/2018

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    Nightly rate: $72

    Days stayed: 1

    We used to love staying at Circle Pines, but it now has a "Holiday" designation and the prices are ridiculously high and it was very crowded. Fine if you have a family and want lots of activities for kids, but we were wedged awfully close to neighbors and couldn't wait to get out of there.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jess
    Good location for a short stay in Williams

    Reviewed 23/4/2017

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 5

    This is a good choice if you want to spend a few days in Williams. It's very shady and woodsy, very clean and the staff is friendly.The campground is tight, roads are a bit hard to navigate and the sites have no privacy. They put me in site #5 which has to be the worst site. I could not fit my tow vehicle as well as my 34ft RV even...moreThis is a good choice if you want to spend a few days in Williams. It's very shady and woodsy, very clean and the staff is friendly.The campground is tight, roads are a bit hard to navigate and the sites have no privacy. They put me in site #5 which has to be the worst site. I could not fit my tow vehicle as well as my 34ft RV even though I specifically reserved a site for my RV+Tow vehicle. I had to park the car elsewhere. The outer loop is better as you don't have people walking through your site all day and night to go to the pool/game room.There's a nice hiking trail right behind the campground and 2 huge dog parks for the doggies. Cell was strong. I was able to stream with T mobile fine, I didn't try streaming with Verizon or ATT.Highway noise is a problem here and they keep the entire campground lit up like Christmas to the point of light shining through the windows all night. It's a bit overkill with the lights. The amenities were great. Indoor pool, game room with a nice pool table and air hockey as well as a few video games. There's a large go kart track onsite and mini golf, horse shoes and play ground. Kids would have a blast here. Cost was a bit high at $55/night but that's par for the course with KOAs. Site accessibility (Tight campground, somewhat hard to navigate) - 2Campground location (Good location to Williams. Easy off the highway but noisey) - 3Nearby amenities (Downtown Williams with some shopping 10 min away) - 3Site Privacy (Very tight sites, no privacy) - 1Campground amenities (FHU with cable, game room, indoor pool, laundry, propane) - 5Dog friendly (Great hiking trail right behind campground, 2 large dog parks) - 5Activities (Williams is cute for a short stay, hiking nearby) - 4Cost ($55/night for FHU) - 2Staff friendliness (Friendly and plentiful) - 5Connectivity (Cable TV, ATT, Verizon and Tmobile decent) - 4Total rating = 3.4

  • Area Guides Avatar KLogan
    Great Management! Very nice KOA

    Reviewed 28/9/2015

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    Nightly rate: $34

    Site number: 97-107-108

    The only negative, is that you can hear the trains/traffic at night...but if you pay attention to the stars, enjoy the cooler weather with a cold beer or a glass of wine, it's not a big deal. What makes this place such a great campground...there is something for everyone!You're just minutes from Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon. Th...moreThe only negative, is that you can hear the trains/traffic at night...but if you pay attention to the stars, enjoy the cooler weather with a cold beer or a glass of wine, it's not a big deal. What makes this place such a great campground...there is something for everyone!You're just minutes from Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon. The management team truly cares about you enjoying your stay!! You won't be disappointed.

  • Area Guides Avatar AudreyAirstream
    Met Our Needs

    Reviewed 27/5/2015

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 2

    We camped here at the beginning of May 2015 with our Las Vegas Airstream Club. (Personally, I would have preferred boondocking nearby but with a large group of trailers it's much simpler to book an RV Park!) This is a nicely maintained park and it's great to be nestled in the tall pine trees. It has easy access to the freeway and to Wi...moreWe camped here at the beginning of May 2015 with our Las Vegas Airstream Club. (Personally, I would have preferred boondocking nearby but with a large group of trailers it's much simpler to book an RV Park!) This is a nicely maintained park and it's great to be nestled in the tall pine trees. It has easy access to the freeway and to Williams, AZ and is a nice straight shot to the Grand Canyon (about 50 minutes away). They have a dog park and a very nice kids area, along with a miniature golf course. Like many KOAs, if you have kids I think it's an even more appealing place to stay. I have no complaints about the park and if I was in the area I'd likely stay here again if I needed full hook ups. There is a fair bit of freeway noise as well as regular train whistles. Tip: They have to truck in all of their water. So if you're able to arrive with your own tank of water I'm sure they'd appreciate it.

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