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We drove down Highway 64 until just past Grandview Point, then turned south on Coconino Road (Fire Rd 310) and entered Kaibab National Forest where dispersed camping is allowed. We enjoyed the sunset on a partial view of the canyon in complete solitude.
Drove through a lot of this Forest on my way from St. George on my way to Grand Canyon. Interesting and quite picturesque. They were doing some controlled burns along the way which made the drive kind of eerie. Lots of photo ops and lookouts...More
Terrific place to see the natural Arizona landscape. If you are on the way to the Grand Canyon, I wouldn’t necessarily go out of the way, but if you are within the area definitely a stop that is worthwhile.
It is much farther traveling from Tucson to the north rim of the Grand Canyon which is in the Kaibab National Forest than if we went to the south rim. You will be rewarded by a higher elevation, cooler temperatures, 1/10 is many people, wild...More
To many folks, AZ67 is just the road to the North Rim. It's much more if you SLOW DOWN and watch and listen! If you're not camping, stop at the visitor center by the Jacob Lake Inn and grab a pamphlet, and stop at the...More