Sleep under the stars inside the national park. The greater Grand Canyon region is also chock full of campgrounds and RV Parks.
Don’t let your road trip to the Grand Canyon sound just like your neighbors’ vacation. Set your trip apart - stay at unusual lodging along the way.
While other parks may need to wait until summer, the Grand Canyon’s warmer temperatures allow for year-round camping and exploring.
Short for “glamorous camping,” stay here to experience nature in tents equipped with the creature comforts of home near Grand Canyon National Park.
Backcountry permits are required for all overnight backcountry camping in Grand Canyon National Park.
Camp in the established Tuweep, De Motte, and Jacob Lake Campgrounds, at Kaibab Camper Village, or at dispersed camping in the national forest.
If you wish to camp anywhere in the park, other than in developed campgrounds on the North Rim, South Rim, or Tuweep, you must obtain a permit from the Backcountry Information Center.
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Camping in the park on the North Rim is restricted to established campgrounds. Campsites fill up fast; make reservations as far in advance as you can.
Take the stress out of camping by renting fully-equipped campers and roof top tents for your Arizona vacation.
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Campsites are on a first come – first served – self-registration basis. No reservations are accepted for campsites for the Desert View Campground at anytime.
Open year-round. Operated by the National Park Service and located in Grand Canyon Village, this campground offers tent and RV camping.
Trailer Village RV Park is the only in-park RV park with full hookups and it's incredibly close to the Grand Canyon's South Rim.
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Camp right outside the Grand Canyon National Park at the Ten-X Campground or the Camper Village for tents and RVs.
A personalized guide to help you decide where to spend the night on the South Rim from remote backcountry sites to RV heaven.
Elevate your national park vacation when you and your family spend the night at a glamping camp.
Want to sleep under the stars but skip sleeping bags and pit toilets? Try glamping near Grand Canyon, Saguaro, Zion and Arches national parks.