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Only reason I gave this review 4/5 stars is the rangers always checking up on us. We are more into dispersed camping and this was a pit stop going to the Grand Canyon from Zion. Area is nice and clean. Bathrooms were available as well. Other than that, solid campsite with tables. You can also bring…
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This camp site has great views, it was very windy when we stayed here. I’m sure it’s not windy all the time. The road in is pretty easy, as you drive in it gets more tough. We had a Subaru and made it just fine.
This campground doesn’t have hookup, BUT it is the most beautiful campground I’ve ever seen. Nestled in a canyon on the Colorado river, everything has been kept entirely natural looking to match the area. We were able to walk to the Colorado river. So fun!
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This spot is great, easy to access, within walking distance of a store/gas station. There is firewood for sale, friendly staff, clean toilets, well maintained sites. It’s only an hour drive to the North Rim.
Stayed here one night while visiting Lake Powell. Got a peek of the lake from the edge of the campground. Only a few spots - on a Thursday ~4pm there were 2 left. No amenities. Slow, but passable wifi via Verizon.
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We camped here for a few nights and had a really nice time. There is little shade at the campsites, but there are places you can go for shade. The laundry room is air conditioned and has outlets to charge devices. The people working in the store and check in were super friendly. Would definitely…
Wicked convenient to Page / Horseshoe Bend / Lake Powell. Still 2 sites available as of 8pm on the Friday of 4th of July weekend, so despite it being small it’s not a bad place to check when others are full! Close to the highway so a little noisy, but a great stopover point for one night.
If I had to describe Arizona camping then this would be the perfect campground description. Such a beautiful area with a pristine CG to boot.
More red than green, awesome views of the Colorado as well as easy access which I benefited from due to the float trip we came for, and wonderful people…
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Beautiful views. Fun place to camp and swim. But also very hot with very little shade. It was also a pretty long walk to get to the water. A bit pricey, but it is a National Park, so you have to except to pay more.
Great place to camp and unload all your gear before hitting the north rim grand canyon. Can be a little noisy with kids playing but unless you've never been a kid it won't bother you.
Beautiful location, nice flat paved sites, good size sites, fire pit and grill! Problem was bad cell service, internet as well as having to pay for showers that didn’t work and 2/3 of the dryers in laundry didn’t work. Beautiful location for sunrise and sunset!
This was a really great spot! Like the other reviews was was a little tricky to find but when we did it was awesome. The gate was closed so we were a little deterred but we saw people behind it so we opened it and there wasn’t any issues! The stargazing was absolute top notch. There was about…
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The spot was a little difficult to find. When going south on the highway it is on the left. The coordinates take you to the gate, you just need to make sure that you slow down so that you don’t miss the gate! When we got there we were able to see RVs out there in the distance so we were able to…
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Check-in took a LONG time! Upon check-in, the staff member seemed very confused with questions we asked. Booking online said 25’-30’ RVs were allowed in the self contained RV/tent area, depending on the site. We knew we were taking a chance on not finding a fitting site with a 30’ rig. When asked…
I arrived on a Saturday at about 1230pm and there were only about five or six spots open. All kinds of set ups, big rigs, smaller rigs, tents and pop-ups. It’s a beautiful place￼. A couple of the spots overlook the Colorado river otherwise, you can just walk over there and dip your feet in or go…