Campground isn't for the average camper. You have got to want to go
there. And it's a hike! Easier than the trails into the
grand canyon, Havasupai is an 11 mile hike from the trailhead
to some of the most impressive series of waterfalls in the
you enjoy campgrounds that are secluded, Toroweap
Point Campground is just for you. This might be
one of the most secluded campgrounds in the country. Toroweap
is approx. 140 miles west of North Rim and 80 miles southwest
of Fredonia. Just being secluded isn't the reason you come
to Toroweap Point, it is the views!
Campground is located just south of Slide Rock
State Park in scenic Oak Creek Canyon. The campground is
located right on Oak Creek. 19 campsites are small and some are now reservable. Come early and during the weekdays to
have a chance at one of these prime campsites. The camp
area is so small that there no room for RV's. Only one vehicle is allowed per site.
FR 9350 is a dispersed campground that sits right on the edge on the Mogollon Rim. The town of Christopher Creek is directly below the campground. Several of the campsites are within a few feet of the edge, so choose your site wisely. The road into the campground splits campground with half the campsites near the rim and half the campsites away from the rim. if you have kids, I would suggest a campsite on the right side which is most likely 100 yards or so from the rim
Primitive Campground Mitten View (Northeast Arizona)
Unfortunately, the old Mitten View campground has been closed and a new hotel is in it's place. However, the Navajo Parks and recreation has a primitive first come first served campground just north of the visitor center.
Just east of the campground is the
most photographed of the formations in Monument Valley,
West Mitten Butte, East Mitten Butte and Merrick Butte.
Mitten View Campground is just over a mile south of the
This Campground is scheduled to be closed until June 2013
Canyon Lake, the most popular camping area in the entire
state, has much to offer. Virtually every amenity is either
available on site or within a few miles. The Spillway
Campground set just above the lake and has 26
campsites all very closely knit. This campground
is by reservation only. The campground is well
shaded by ponderosa pine, oak, aspen and douglas firs.
This small primitive campground offers views of the San Francisco Peaks and camping opportunities in the cool aspen trees that surround Lockett Meadow. This is a terrific campground for those who cherish a real mountain camping experience and love to hike Wilderness trails.
This campground is located in a magnificent, rugged canyon that served the famous Apache Indian leader, Cochise, as a refuge against his enemies. As you enter the East Stronghold Canyon, you pass in the shadow of rocks that quite likely served the Apache warrior as perches for his lookouts. The haunting shapes into which the forces of nature have carved those rocks helps make a visit to this charismatic place an unforgettable experience.
Rim Campground is convieniently located just south of the North Kaibab
Trail, one of the most widely used trails in the Grand Canyon.
The campground sits right on the north rim and campsites
can be reserved as much as five months in advance. There
is even an option to reserve premium sites.