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Grand Canyon RV Parks and Camping

Grand Canyon RV Parks and Campsites

For those RVers making their way to Americas' National Parks the Grand Canyon is an amazing destination for RV camping. Inside Grand Canyon National Park there are limited offerings for full hook-ups, but for those willing to dry camp the Grand Canyon and nearby parks have some great RV Sites. The only location with full hook-ups is Trailer Village on the South Rim, which is a mix of RV's, and housing for local Grand Canyon residents.  There are a few campgrounds including Trailer Village throughout the Park where you can park your motor home, but most are more conducive to smaller RV's.  Outside of the National Park there are numerous grated dirt Forest Service roads, and other free campsites for those of you who can go without hookup for a few days.  For RVers who want full hook-ups nearby cities like Flagstaff, Williams and Kanab will offer up everything an RV needs within driving range of the Grand Canyon. Read the guide below to learn more.

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List of RV Parks and Campgrounds

South Rim RV Parks and RV Camping

Trailer Village RV Park

  • Adjacent to the Mather Campground Trailer Village is operated by Xanterra Parks and Resorts and offers RV sites with hook-ups.
  • Rates are $43 per night
  • Advance reservations may be made by calling (888) 297-2757; for same-day reservations call (928) 638-2631.
  • A dump station (closed during the winter months) is located near Mather Campground.
  • Pets are allowed, but must be leashed at all times, and may not be left unattended.

Mather Campground

  • Located on the South Rim, Mather Campground is the largest campground in the park.
  • No hook-ups
  • 30-foot trailer or RV maximum
  • Located in Grand Canyon Village on Market Plaza Driv
  •  Fees are $18 per site per night
  • Group sites are also available, $50/night, maximum of 50 people and 3 vehicles per group site.
  • (877) 444-6777 or online at www.recreation.gov
  • Reservations are strongly recommended from March 1 through mid-November
  • From mid-November through February 28 reservations are not available at Mather Campground and family campsites are $15 per site per night, and group campsites are $30. This is on a first-come first-served basis.
  • A maximum of two vehicles, six people, three tents are allowed per site. (A vehicle that is towing a trailer, pop-up, tent trailer, fifth wheel, or a motor home pulling a vehicle is considered two vehicles).

Desert View Campground

  • Located at the end of Desert View Drive on the South Rim.
  • No hook-ups
  • First-come, first-served
  • Campsites at the Desert View Campground are $12.00 for each space for each night
  • 30-foot trailer or RV maximum
  • Located 26 miles/ 42 km east of Grand Canyon Village.
  • Open May through mid-October.
  • Learn more about the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.

Grand Canyon North Rim RV Parks and RV Camping

No RV campgrounds are located within Grand Canyon National Park on the North Rim, but there are several North Rim RV Parks and Campgrounds outside of the Park.

DeMotte Campground

  • Operated by the U.S. Forest Service. 16 miles/ 28km north of the canyon rim. No hookups or reservations.

Dispersed Camping

  • Although no hook-ups are available there are several Forest Service roads with space for Rvs. Inquire at North Rim Visitor Center inside park, or at Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center at Jacob Lake (928) 643-7298. In winter contact the North Kaibab Ranger District, Kaibab National Forest at (928) 643-7395.
  • Learn more about the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.

West Rim RV Parks and RV Camping

There are no RV campgrounds are located at the West Rim, including the Tuweep area of Grand Canyon National Park. There are however many options for Rvers in cities near Grand Canyon National Park.

  • Learn more about the West Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.

East Rim RV Parks and RV Camping (Marble Canyon)

Lees Ferry Campground

  • This is a tent camping site and will only fit the smallest of Rvs.  54 designated sites. No hookups. Grills provided, no open fires, bathroom/comfort station, potable water available, launch ramp 2 miles. No reservations. $12 per site/per night.
  • Learn more about the East Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
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