Many roads into area, all narrow, winding and potholed. Arrive well before dark as roads are also full of livestock. Clean bathroom but no showers. Lovely views all around. Dark sky activities in summer. Shelters and fire rings at all spots as well as nice tent pads. Some rv only spots. Water inside visitor center, pump out front didn't work. Free admission to Monument, $15 bucks to camp. Improvements to water and infrastructure in progress. Fees for admission coming in May 2019.
Lots of canyoneers here, sites were overflowing with big groups. No shade at all, but most people spend their day in the canyon. Picnic tables be and pit toilets are the only amenities. It is a beautiful place, but a little crowded for me. I found a lovely spot back to the north on the banks of the Paria. Great night sky view. Vermillion Cliffs and GSENM right there as well as Lake Powell. Tons to do in this area!
Close to town, the Rio Grande Gorge and hot springs as well as ski valley. Awesome food, drink and music next door at Taos Brewing Mothership. Earthship Biotecture is down the road as well. Clean bathhouses, dish sink and beautiful views all around!
Great campground halfway down the Florida Keys. Nice showers and restrooms. Small campground, so pretty quiet. Secured gate at night. Kayak and paddle board rentals available. No clean swimming beach😟
Beach your boat/watertoys right out front! No services cept pit toilets, so bring it all. Bathrooms with sinks and outside rinse off shower at top of cliffs. Convenience store/gas 5 minutes away. Watertoy/boat rentals closeby at Wahweap or Page. Page has restaurants and Walmart, 20 minutes away. Busy especially on weekends, slow season is best.