- By kevin
- On Jul 19, 2018
- North America
- Travel Tips
Schedule your self-driving trip or bus trip to Grand Canyon from Phoenix in this Summer,camping at the North Rim is also a good choose.There is only one campground at the North Rim for both tents and RV’s.NPS North Rim Campground(89 sites)–Located close to the Grand Canyon North Rim Visitor Center.Restrooms are close with laundry and shower facilities available for a fee.Pets allowed but required to be on a leash and supervised at all times.
There are NO RV hook-ups but there is a dump station at the campground.The campsite fee is$18-25 per night with restrictions and Group,hiker and biker sites are also available.Reservations are required and walk-ups are not allowed.
Outside the Park you will find some other campgrounds:
located within the North Kaibab Ranger District just 7 miles north of the entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim.It has 38 single family campsites with tables and cooking grills.There is no group site.The 38 single family campsites can accommodate tents,trailers and small motor homes.However,no utility hookups are available.
Half of the sites are available on a first-come,first-served basis,and the other half are available with reservations.
Jacob Lake Campground
51 camp sites located 30 miles south and east of Fredonia at the intersection of US 89A and AZ 67,which are both paved highways.
The group campground is adjacent to Jacob Lake Campground and features two group sites that can accommodate up to 100 people each.