Tusayan, AZ | Camping & RV Parks near South Rim

Camp right outside the Grand Canyon National Park at the Ten-X Campground or the Camper Village for tents and RVs.
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Ten-X Campground

Tex-X Campground near Tusayan

Located 4 miles south of the national park South Entrance in Kaibab National Forest, this 70-site campground offers an alternative to Grand Canyon Village camping and is adjacent to a network of bike-friendly dirt roads. Closed in winter. Sites are $10 per night; some are first come, first served; other sites can be reserved.

(877) 444-6777
recreation.gov

Camper Village

Tusayan Camper Village. Photo by Whit Richardson

Tusayan Camper Village. Photo by Whit Richardson

This private campground is one mile south of the park's South Entrance. It accommodates tents ($25/night) and RVs (hook-ups $35-$50/night). 

(928) 638-2887
grandcanyoncampervillage.com

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