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Bright Angel Campground

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Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
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Yavapai Lodge
2,342 reviews
#2 of 3 hotels in Grand Canyon National Park
 
El Tovar Hotel
2,925 reviews
#1 of 3 hotels in Grand Canyon National Park
 
Bright Angel Lodge
2,470 reviews
#1 of 1 B&Bs / Inns in Grand Canyon National Park
 
Maswik Lodge
2,852 reviews
#3 of 3 hotels in Grand Canyon National Park
 
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1 - 5 of 55 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After a long hot hike it was wonderful to sit in the creek and cool off. The campsites are level, spacious and all have shade at one time of day or another (creekside campsites are very shaded). The nearby canyon wall provides a great backdrop....More

Thank Tom F
Reviewed May 26, 2017

My husband and i are avid backpackers and have hiked into the Grand Canyon multiple times. We recently hiked down South Kaibab and up Bright Angel trail; we stayed at Bright Angel Campground for two nonconsecutive nights ( with one night at Cottonwood and one...More

1  Thank terry3124
Reviewed May 15, 2017

Beautiful place to rest after a long hike. I strongly suggest putting your feet into Bright Angel Creek after hiking down here. Camp sites have anti-squirrel boxes. It is very important to put all of your food in those boxes! There are a couple places...More

2  Thank Tamara V
Reviewed March 14, 2017

This is a must do if you legs can handle the hike. We hiked down South Kaibab and stay one night and Bright Angel and then took the Bright Angel Trail back to the rim. Camping permits need to be applied for in advance, the...More

1  Thank herd_of_5
Reviewed March 13, 2017

Spectacular campground right along the creek. We hiked down South Kaibab in May & stayed two nights along the creek. The Park Rangers are absolutely the best and so helpful and are always present for anything you might need. Phantom Ranch was a short hike...More

Thank UpperWestSide72
Yavapai Lodge
2,342 reviews
#2 of 3 hotels in Grand Canyon National Park
 
El Tovar Hotel
2,925 reviews
#1 of 3 hotels in Grand Canyon National Park
 
Bright Angel Lodge
2,470 reviews
#1 of 1 B&Bs / Inns in Grand Canyon National Park
 
Maswik Lodge
2,852 reviews
#3 of 3 hotels in Grand Canyon National Park
 
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Open all year, this campground offers 31 campsites.
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Tbigs
April 20, 2017|
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Response from agriffi8 | Reviewed this property |
You request the hiking permit. Once it is paid for and approved then you dont have to do anything else. When you get to the bottom you simply pick an empty site and set up camp. A ranger will come along and check your hiking... More
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mailmsmadhu
January 13, 2017|
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Response from Chicago_ks | Reviewed this property |
Not the site I had. I got spotty cell service at Maswick lodge.
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alamandapatriot
January 8, 2017|
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Response from agriffi8 | Reviewed this property |
no. it is at the bottom of the grand canyon and you can only get there by foot. no power. there is water available from a community faucet.
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"campsites are well maintained and available next to the creek"
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"Note that this review pertains to the RV park we stayed at. We feel the park's hotels will prove adequate..."
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"Bring an AC charger for your cell phone for pictures. Outlets are in the bathroom."
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"no room but campsite number 10 was awesome"
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