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Pets Allowed
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About Trailer Village - Grand Canyon National Park
Operator
National Park Service
Access
Drive In
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
No Market
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Trailer Village - Grand Canyon National Park is located in Arizona
Latitude
36.053 N
Longitude
-112.113 W
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4 Reviews of Trailer Village - Grand Canyon National Park
Great for larger RV’s

This is a great campground in the Grand Canyon National Park it is close to the village, you can bike and hike fom this location. There is also a bus stop at the entrance to this campground that will take you all around the canyon to see all of the sites. All of the spots are pull through and have water electricity sewer and cable. The cell service is ok depending on where you are at. There are a lot of people from other countries that stay at this campground so you meet a lot of nice people. The campground is very close to the rim and many amenities. There is also elk that will come through and graze. We stayed for seven days in August during the rainy season very pleasant.

nice place to stay in RV

This was an ideal place to stay with an RV at the Grand Canyon. The bathrooms were nice enough and the sites were a decent size- I wouldn't say private, but it worked for us. The real draw of this campground is that it's close to all the main hiking areas and central part of the park.

RV centered

site: seemed geared towards RVs.
amenities: not very clean. attractions: bus to Grand Canyon available. I would probably not go camping here (just drove through checking out the campground).

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Pleasantly Surprised at Trailer Village

We stayed two nights in Trailer Village RV Park at the Grand Canyon. We made reservations for our site four months ahead. That was necessary as the campground was full when we arrived! The sites were a good distance apart and there was green space between the RVs. Our site was on the end of a row, and there was a large grassy buffer between the site and the road. We even had plenty of room to put up a tent. Picnic tables, charcoal grills, and full hookups were all provided, including, to our surprise, cable TV! There was no WiFi and our Verizon cell signal was 1-3 bars throughout our stay. No video streaming, but text and email were fine. We have a 17' travel trailer and that plus two vehicles fit well into the parking garage area. There is also an overflow parking lot and you can pick up the Blue Line bus right at the Campground entrance station,which we did! Public bathrooms were clean and stocked, although we did not use the showers so cannot comment on those. Trash and recycle were available close to each loop.