Kaibab National Forest Jacob Lake Campground
Jacob Lake, Arizona 86022
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Located 30 miles south and east of Fredonia at the intersection of US 89A and AZ 67. Blacktop highways.
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May 15 to October 15
50 RV Sites, 50 Tent Sites, 2 Group Sites, 52 No Hookup, 16 Pull Thru
Facilities & Services
No Showers, Vault Toilets, Water Spigots (non site)
All Ages, Pet Restrictions
Max RV Length 42 ft, Max RV Width 20 ft
Group site can accommodate up to 100 people for each site ($80-150/night/site).
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Max RV Width
2017 Rates are per 8 people
Daily Rates: $20.00
Facilities and Services
Water Spigots (non site)
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Right across the street from the best milk shakes!
July 6, 2017
Dry camping in the tall pines is always welcome, especially in the summer. Campground is way cooler than anything on either the Arizona or Utah side of the elevation. Good, paved roads, variety of sites suitable for any size recreation vehicle or tent. They closed a loop that went deeper into the forest quite a few years ago. Not sure why but he remaining ones are just fine. Attentive camp hosts. Clean but not sparkling vault toilets. Water spigots and dumpster available. Jacob Lake store across the street for the tastiest milk shake you've ever had and lots of Indian Rugs to look at or even purchase! Small selection of groceries and a decent restaurant as well.
We stayed here in a Class B Motorhome.
Get ready for dry camping
August 15, 2012
This campground is excellent if you don't mind living without hookups. The sites are very roomy and have lots of space in between. There are a lot of good shade trees. The bathrooms are clean and well-lit at night. I just wish they've got a dump station and water. We had to drive back to top up our water. There's also some traffic noise since it's quite close to the highway.
We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
Good option if the NP sites are full or on your way in/out of the park
June 20, 2011
Otherwise not a destination in itself. The campsites were decent but there was no separation of RV and tents so we had the noise of generators to deal with all night. Pit/porta-potty toilets and outdoor washstands - fine if the weather's good but wouldn't have been great on a cool or wet night. Shame that it's more expensive than in the national park with poorer facilities. Make sure to go for lunch/dinner (or just pick up a pie!) at Jacob Lake Inn.
We stayed here in a Tent.
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