Grand Canyon National Park North Rim Campground
3.5 rating
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Address: Grand Canyon, Arizona 86023
GPS: 36.210355, -112.060687
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Local Directions: Located at the end of State Highway 67, about 41 miles south of Jacob Lake, Arizona, 87 miles south of Kanab, Utah and 120 miles southwest of Page, Arizona. Highway 67 is the only road into and out of the North Rim. There is no access by road across the canyon from the North Rim to the South Rim.

Contact Information
Toll Free Phone: 1-877-444-6777

May 15 to October 31

54 RV Sites, 82 Tent Sites, 82 No Hookup, 52 Pull Thru

Daily Rates: $18.00 - $25.00

Facilities & Services
Dump Station, Hot Showers, Laundry, Vault Toilets

Fishing, Hiking

All Ages, Pet Restrictions

Max RV Length 40 ft
Group Sites

Group sites can accommodate maximum of 25 people and 3 vehicles/group site at $50/night.
Total Sites82
RV Sites54
Tent Sites82
Max RV Length40 ft
No Hookup (82)
Rental Units
Facilities and Services
  Hours Description Fees
Basic Groceries  
Dump Station  
Firewood   Fee Applies
Gasoline   Fee Applies
Hot Showers   Located at the entrance to the campground. Fee Applies
Laundry   Located at the entrance to the campground. Fee Applies
Vault Toilets  
  Hours Description Fees
Fishing Supplies   Fee Applies
Planned Group Activities  


Average Rating
3.5 star rating
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4 star rating
Campground with spectacular views
Laura R
September 3, 2012
It's a campground within a National Park, so as expected there aren't any amenities or even hookups. Having said that, this campground is great. The views of the canyon are spectacular! The campground is also clean and the camp host is accommodating enough. Also, even though they don't have hookups, there are faucets and bathrooms but no showers. There's also a dump station nearby. You can use your generators only at limited times in the morning and at night. There are only five sites suitable for big rigs and they aren't level. First-come first served, so if you plan to stay here, you've got to come early. It's dry camping, but it's worth it.

We stayed here in a Class C Motorhome.
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3 star rating
Spectacular Sites Available for the Privileged Few
Canoe Freak
July 26, 2012
This is a really nice and quiet campground with lots of shade and scenic sites on the way to the RV lots. The staff and the host working here are very pleasant. This is a very basic campground like most of the others that you will find in this area, which means that there are no hookups here. There are faucets and dump stations located around the campground. While they provide bathhouses, there are no shower facilities in this campground. Only a few sites provide spectacular views of the North Rim, and because they follow a first come, first serve policy, it is best to head out here early to get a lot with a view. My only complaint is that the staff could make some effort to make sure that the large sites are given out to those that have large RVs. It was really frustrating to try to squeeze our huge travel trailer into the lot they provided us only to find a family with a smaller RV unit booked in a space that would perfectly fit our large RV.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
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