View Campground is located 26 miles east of Grand
Canyon Village by Navajo Point. The east entrance station
to the Grand Canyon is just a couple of hundred yards
to the south of the entrance to the campground.
of the most spectacular views of the Grand Canyon are
seen from the Desert View Watchtower located within walking
distance of the campground. At the base of the tower is a gift/souvenir shop. On the second level, there is a terrace that allows great spanning views of the Canyon.
Just a mile and half west
from the campground is Tanner Trail. Tanner Trail leads
you down into the Grand Canyon and comes to an end at
the Tanner Canyon Rapids on the Colorado River.
View Campground is a first-come, first served campground.
At each campsite you can have a maximum of 2 vehicles,
6 people and 3 tents. Any vehicle pullong a trailer, pop
up tent or a motorhome towing a car is considered two
vehicles. Pets must be on a leash at all times. There
is a fine if you are caught without your pet on a leash.
Flagstaff travel north on Highway 89 to the town of Cameron
and turn left on S.R. 64. S.R. 64 will take you to the
east entrance of the Grand Canyon. Once in the National
Park, the campground entrance is on your right. Don't
forget to have your camera out at the Little Colorado
River Gorge will be to the north on S.R. 64 and is worth
a few pictures.From Grand Canyon Village follow S.R. 64
east 26 miles to the campground entrance.
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