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 DeMotte
Campground US National Forest Service
- link to it!

Kaibab White Tail Squirrel, Grand Canyon, North Rim, Arizona, United States, Public Domain Photograph, USDALocated in the Kaibab National Forest, this National Forest Campground is located just 7 miles north of the entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park's North Rim. Providing excellent scenery, this campground is in the heart of the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the United States and has outstanding wildlife viewing opportunities.  Animals frequently spotted are mule deer, wild turkey, ravens, and the white tailed Kaibab squirrel, which is only found on the high Arizona plateau.

Campsites are on a first come first serve basis.  Reservations for groups are accepted and strongly recommended at this small campground, at least six months in advance is ideal.  You can make your reservations by visiting the National Recreation Reservation Service.

The DeMotte Campground has 23 campsites with a water faucet (water is potable), picnic table and cooking grill.  Pit toilets are available.  Fires are restricted to the fire grate.  No firewood is provided but the gathering of dead or fallen wood is permitted.  Cutting of wood or alteration of terrain is not permitted.  There are no showers, laundry, phones, hookups or dump stations at the campground.  Camping is limited to no more than 14 days in a 30 day period.

The DeMotte Campground can accommodate tents, pop-up trailers, and small RV's.  RV's over 22 feet will have to stay at the North Rim Campground in Grand Canyon National Park or the Kaibab Camper Village in Jacob Lake.  Open from May 15 to November 1, (depending on weather conditions), fees are $10 a night.  Checkout time is 2:00 PM and is based on the honor system.  Campsite administration is handled at the Kaibab Plateau Visitors Center, HC 64, Highways AZ 67/US 89A, Jacob Lake, AZ 86022.  The Kaibab Plateau Visitors Center can be reached at 520-643-7298.

Jacob Lake Campground US National Forest Service - link to it!

Also located in the Kaibab National Forest this National Forest Campground is located 44 miles north of the entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park's North Rim at the intersection of US Highway Alternate 89, and Arizona State 67.  There are excellent opportunities for hiking, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing.  Naturalist programs are available during the summer months, and there is a self-guided hiking trail near the Visitor Center. Horseback riding and chuck wagon style dinners are also available near by in Jacob Lake.

Campsites are on a first come first serve basis.  Reservations for groups are accepted and strongly recommended at this small campground, at least six months in advance is ideal.  You can make your reservations by visiting the National Recreation Reservation Service.

The Jacob Lake Campground has 53 campsites with a water faucet (water is potable), picnic table and cooking grill.  Fires are restricted to the fire grate.  There are no showers, laundry, phones, hookups or dump stations at the campground.  Pit toilets are available.  No firewood is provided but the gathering of dead or fallen wood is permitted.  Cutting of wood or alteration of terrain is not permitted.  Camping is limited to no more than 14 days in a 30 day period.

Tent campers, pop-up trailers, and small RV's up to 22 feet can use the campground.  RV's over 22 feet will have to stay at the North Rim Campground in Grand Canyon National Park or the Kaibab Camper Village in Jacob Lake.  Open from May 15 to November 1, (depending on weather conditions), fees are $10 a night, and up to six people are allowed to stay in a single campsite.  Minimum fee for group camping is $50 a night, and an extra $1 for each person over 50.  Checkout time is 2:00 PM.  Campsite administration is handled at the Kaibab Plateau Visitors Center, HC 64, Highways AZ 67/US 89A, Jacob Lake, AZ 86022.  The Kaibab Plateau Visitors Center can be reached at 520-643-7298.

Kaibab Camper Village - Commercial Campsite - Jacobs Lake - link to it!

Described as having large sites under ponderosa pines the Kaibab Camper Village is located 44 miles north of the entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park North Rim about 1/4 of a mile south of the intersection of US Highway Alternate 89, and Arizona 67.  You need to drive down a gravel road about 1/2 mile, but it is very well marked.

The Kaibab Camper Village has 110 campsites, 69 with full hookups, 30 without hookups, and 14 pull-through sites.  RV's are allowed to use a/c and or heaters for an extra fee.  The Kaibab Camper Village is capable of handling RV's of any size.  There are no showers or laundry at the campground.  Pit toilets, public phone, and a dump station are all available.  All campsites have picnic tables, fire rings and grills.  Wood is available for fires.  Tent campers are welcome at that site.  Open from May 15 to October 15, Kaibab Camper Village charges from $18 to $22 a night for camping.  You can contact the Kaibab Camper Village at (520) 643-7804 from May to October, and (520) 526-0924 from November to April.
 

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