Great View, Family
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It was so huge to observe. It is worth my visit to USA. Only one thing to note is that on the right view point there are no phone coverage. We have appointed meet our friends there. But could not contact them spend two hour and have to travel back to market place.
The North Rim Campground is nicely shaded by trees, and campsites are separated by some distance. It is located on a sliver of the plateau that is bounded on the east by Roaring Springs Canyon and on the west by Transept Canyon, both of which feed into Bright Angel Canyon. The camp is supplied with water from Roaring Springs. It is next to the Transept Canyon, and every morning we would go sit on one of the limestone outcroppings that juts into the canyon and watch the rising sun cast light onto it, the Bright Angel Canyon, and the Grand Canyon beyond it, all of which were visible. The Transept Trail runs along the rim of this canyon one mile to Grand Canyon Lodge. From there a half-mile trail runs to Bright Angel Point, which provides a marvelous overlook of Bright Angel Canyon and the Grand Canyon beyond it. The main trail into the Canyon from the North Rim is the North Kaibab Trail. It descends through the Roaring Springs Canyon on the east side of the campground, but one must drive or walk 1.2 miles on the road to get to the trailhead. (We drove.) The campground has a laundry and shower, for which quarters are needed. There is a change machine for $1 and $5 bills. There is a general store which offers coffee and food as well as a variety of supplies, as well as a WiFi service that is slow but free. We camped in a tent on a site nestled among trees and bushes, and it was well sheltered from wind.…
So enjoyed staying at this campground at the North Rim. We booked the site well in advance and even though the site was busy there was ample room between campers to allow you privacy . The site was beautiful with trees all over. Within minutes you were able to get on a trail to see the canyon. The shop was well stocked with basic groceries and veg and the showers and laundry were well maintained and spotlessly clean. WiFi was available in the shop ( as well as coffee and delicious biscuits!) Highly recommend this RV site
We loved the campground. We had a pull-through Site #71 which had a large amount of space behind us for a lovely campfire at night and relaxing. The weather was perfect. While the campground has no amenities, there were water spickets all around the campground, a dishwashing station at the bathrooms, clean restrooms in the loop and pay showers and laundry a short walk from our loop. Everything was in pristine condition and well taken care of. We stayed 3 nights and would definitely stay again. We even got to see a Kaibab Squirrel while we were hiking from the campground to the lodge on Bridle Trail. The North Rim is the only place in the world the Kaibab squirrel lives. We felt honored to have seen one.
What a great campground! Small overall but large sites. Showers, laundry, check-in, bathrooms, water, general store and trails within walking distance from the sites. The general store has WiFi, and a great assortment of food & gifts. It is not cheap but very convenient. The shower facility was great! It was clean, well-maintained and well priced. ($1.50 for 6 minutes) It was the best camping facility shower I've ever used. The washers/dryers worked well, too. It's a short drive to the visitor center, lodge, and all points and trails. The whole place smells lovely from the pine trees.