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About Grand Canyon Camper Village
Located just south of the Grand Canyon National Park entrance. RV sites with either 50 or 30 amp full hook ups or 30 amp water and electricity only (no dump). Tent camping sites are available without hook ups. Our amenities include coin operated laundry and restroom/shower facilities. We have a small camp store with excellent prices on post cards and other small souveniers. Reservations cannot be made for individual tent sites. Group tent rates and reservations are available for tent camping parties of 10 people or more only. Use the form on the "Contact Us" page to request additional information.
Access
Drive In, Hike In
Operator
Private
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Grand Canyon Camper Village is located in Arizona
Latitude
35.976 N
Longitude
-112.124 W
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13 Reviews of Grand Canyon Camper Village
Vast Views

A little on the pricy side of campgrounds, but well worth it. Shuttle service running to the Grand Canyon from the campground is great and location could not be better. Great modern facilities.

Nice

Great hosts

super windy

we lost our tent due to wind, blew over and was completly destroyed. tons of crows in the area.. cannot leave any food even a loaf of bread out. and the shower house is on the other side of the canyon, bring quarters its not free…. other than that beautiful views and would love to do again with a better tent or rv.

Quiet and peaceful

Super hot during the day and super cold at night. Along the trails there was still some snow in the shade. The campsite were more spaced out and roomy.

Near the Grand Canyon

This was near the Grand Canyon, which is why we chose it. Full hookups, no shade in our spot but it’s cooler in this area so it wasn’t too hot. Campfire pits were available and made our stay so much better! Stores and restaurants are nearby. We bought some groceries and made dinner. We did feel the grocery store was expensive so I suggest getting groceries before you head here.

Quiet, close, convenient

This campsite is very close to the bus line that travels into the National Park. It is also right behind a couple of restaurants as well as a general store that has tourist gifts along with essentials. The site was quiet, staff was knowledgeable and friendly and the other campers were respectful of others. the only down side I found was there were no trees for shade and privacy.

Right in the park (if I have the right campground)

This was a great place to camp. Always in the shade. Level spot. Bathroom and wash basin close by. Pretty quiet for the size of the crowd.

Cold at night in the Spring!

Great campground, sites aren't too close to each other. We went during spring break and it wasn't as busy as expected. (Maybe we had a different Spring break than everyone?!) It was warm during the day and SUPER cold at night so be prepared with a heavy sleeping bag!

Every spot is huge!

Every spot is a nice size and has plenty of room. Close to getting on the shuttle, food and beer! During the fall, the elk are loud at night, but it added to the experience. Bathrooms were always clean. Make sure to take your hammock down when you're not using it.

Not to impressed after staying in mather inside grand canyon.

We were not impressed. After staying in the Grand Canyon at mather, we were high on the beauty of the park. On the way out we decided to stay at this place. While there all the amenities, it just wasn't what we were looking for. No shade at all at the campsites.

The grand canyon is still right there though. So you still have your hiking, biking, rafting and everything else special about the grand canyon.

Cheers!