16 RV Parks and Campgrounds.

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Kaibab Camper Village

Kaibab National Forest, Grand Canyon, Arizona, 86023

Kaibab Camper Village offers the ultimate camping experience near the Grand Canyon North Rim. Not only is this site popular for its gorgeous views of the Grand Canyon, but there's plenty of other sites around the campground for visitors to enjoy. Campers can look forward to the Zion National Park, Vermilion Cliffs and California Condors. There's a number of excellent hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, and many visitors are sure to pause at dusk to soak in one of those iconic Arizona sunsets or just great stargazing. There's not many shopping places near the campground since it's so secluded, so be sure to bring all the supplies you'll need. Campers can expect amenities like full RV hookups, pull thrus, big rig access, tent sites, one cabin-style room, 30 amp sites, water, pet area, sewerage and pit toilets. See you soon at the Kaibab Camper Village!
Prices starting at
$18 starting/night

The Flintstones Bedrock City Campground

101 S Highway 180, Williams, Arizona, 86046

Flintstones Bedrock City is a themed RV park that features Fred Flintstone and all of his gang. The cartoon city will entertain the kids and they can take pictures with all of their favorite Flintstones' characters: Wilma, Pebbles, and Fred Flinstone, and groups can also enjoy Flinstones Bedrock City - A Theme Park that's located on the way to Grand Canyon National Park. Campers can also look forward to excellent outdoor attractions like the Cataract and Kaibab Lakes for excellent fishing, boating, swimming, canoeing and kayaking, as well as the popular Bearizona Wildlife Park. Many thrill-seekers head out to the Historic Route 66 Zipline adventure or go hiking at the Great Western Trail and Bill Williams Mountain. For the winter-enthusiasts, the Elk Ridge Ski Area is a great spot for sledding, snowshoeing and skiing, or just laying on top of one of the peaks for some stellar stargazing. 
Prices starting at
$16 starting/night

Mather Campground (NPS Campground)

Havasupai St, North Rim, Arizona, 86023

Seated beneath a large canopy of Ponderosa Pine is the Mather Campground in the Grand Canyon National Forest. It's located on the South Rim of the Canyon, offering campers breathtaking views and plenty of space and fresh air. Campers can look forward to hiking the Kaibab and Bright Angels Trails, or take a day trip to the Norther Rim to view the sunrise from the Watchtower. The Tusayan Museum and Indian Ruins are also an option for curious campers, and are excellent representations of the culture and peoples that lived in the area over 800 years before. Nearby are a number of excellent museums, restaurants and shops, as well as a trading post at the Watchtower, so there's plenty of opportunities for campers to immerse themselves in the present-day local culture!

DeMotte Campground

, Kaibab, Arizona,

Located on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National Forest is the DeMotte Campground, an excellent and popular spot for immersing yourself in some of Arizona's most breathtaking terrains. Campers can look forward to beautiful ponderosa pines and great trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. The Grand Canyon is nearby, so be sure to visit this geological wonder with your camera and child-like awe at the ready. There's also excellent art galleries, museums, historical and cultural sites, restaurants and shops, so you don't have to travel too far for an urban adventure.

Hull Cabin

, Kaibab, Arizona,

The Hull Cabin is the most historic cabin located on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Forest and is perfect for a quiet get away in the midst of beautiful ponderosa pines and crisp, fresh air. With easy access to 360 degree views from the Grand View Lookout Tower, this campground is popular among scenic viewers and just campers who enjoy a good sunset. Hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders also flock there each year to take advantage of the excellent trails and wildlife viewing. When you visit, keep your eyes open for wild turkey, javelina, black bear, mule deer and elk. If you're an urban adventurer, the nearby town of Tusayan is filled with great restaurants, museums, art galleries and theaters, so be sure to make a day trip there! Amenities include: a kitchen, fire rings, tables and chairs, showers, picnic areas, propane stove, refrigerator and cooking equipment. See you soon!

Trailer Village (Concessionnaire Operated)

11 Yavapai Lodge Road, Grand Canyon Village, Arizona, 86023

The Trailer Village is located in Grand Canyon Village, Arizona, sitting quaintly on the canyon's southern rim. Campers can look forward to the adventure of a lifetime at this campground, with plenty of opportunities for solo or group hiking, biking, whitewater rafting and ranger guided activities. While exploring the area, visitors can soak in the breathtaking scenes of the Grand Canyon, climb along rock faces, or just enjoy the overlooks over a sandwich with friends. The campus has a number of great restaurants and coffee shops, and supply and grocery stores and within easy access. For the winter sport enthusiast, this park is also popular for skiing and sledding. Amenities include: full hookups, pull thrus, big rig access, walking trails, showers, restrooms, water, sewerage, WIFI and 30/50 amp sites. See you soon!

Ten-X Campground

, Kaibab, Arizona,

The Ten-X Campground is located in the beautiful town of Kaibab, on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Forest. Campers can look forward to a breathtaking natural environment, thick with ponderosa pine and curious wildlife. With plenty of nature trails for hiking and biking, and at an elevation of over 7,00 feet, the campground has excellent weather, perfect for the outdoor enthusiast. There's also sightseeing opportunities just a few miles away from the Grand Canyon, as well as excellent restaurants, shops and museums, and the nearby town of Tusayan is horseback riding, helicopter rides and other tours. With so much to do, many extend their stays once they arrive onsite! Amenities at the park include: water, fire rings, picnic tables, trash collection, tent pads and vault toilets. See you soon!

North Rim Campground

Arizona State Route 67, Grand Canyon, Arizona, 86022

The North Rim Campground is located in the Grand Canyon National Park, and is one of the most popular campgrounds in the area since it's clean, quiet and very well-maintained. Most campers go out there simply to immerse themselves in nature, and enjoy the sights and smells of the ponderosa pine forest. There are several great hiking trails; the Kaibab Trail is the most popular path, descending into the inner ring or the Grand Canyon, and giving campers a scenic view they'll never forget. Visitors can also look forward to picnicking, grilling and stargazing on those iconic southwestern skies. Jacob Lake is relatively nearby, and a great place for soaking in the mountains and lakeside beauty of Arizona. 

North Rim Campground (NPS Campground)

AZ-67, North Rim, Arizona, 86023

The North Rim Campground is located in the Grand Canyon National Park, and is one of the most popular campgrounds in the area since it's clean, quiet and very well-maintained. Most campers go out there simply to immerse themselves in nature, and enjoy the sights and smells of the ponderosa pine forest. There are several great hiking trails; the Kaibab Trail is the most popular path, descending into the inner ring or the Grand Canyon, and giving campers a scenic view they'll never forget. Visitors can also look forward to picnicking, grilling and stargazing on those iconic southwestern skies. Jacob Lake is relatively nearby, and a great place for soaking in the mountains and lakeside beauty of Arizona. 

Desert View (NPS Campground)

Grand Canyon Village, North Rim, Arizona, 86023

The Desert View Campground is located in the Grand Canyon National Park and is especially popular among hikers. Climbers get ready for peaks like the Moran, Grandview and Yaki Points which all offer spectacular views of the Grand Canyon. The Tusayan Ruin and Museum is also popular. Pro-tip, the best place to watch the sunrise is fro the Watchtower, so be sure to head up there before dawn for the light show! At the tower, campers will find a bookstore, snack bar and even a trading post featuring excellent symbols and gifts representing local culture.