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Spider Rock Campground was exactly what we expected - dry camping in a primitive setting. I am giving it an excellent reveiw because of the experience we had. We live in a 39' motorhome. Howard, the park owner / manager was super accommodating. We had a nice back in spot.
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As a "city boy" from New York, I really have nothing to compare this with. The owner was friendly and welcomed us despite our late arrival. There are options for tent sites, as well as 3 Hogan (dirt hut) sizes. Although we were only 2 people, we opted for the "large" Hogan,
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This is a quite dry campground with plenty of trees for shade. There are port-a-pottys and water is available from a tank. There is plenty of space between campers and space for dog walking. Fire rings and picnic tables are available but some in poor shape. But, for $16 we
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Your enjoyment of Spider Rock Campground will depend on your expectations. This is basic RV camping. Don't expect KOA or Yogi Bear. Don't expect a concrete pad. Don't bother looking for a stainless steel shower room. When we were there it was pretty dry (read dusty) and I expect
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The entrance to this campground is quite run down and has a lot of junk scattered about. With that said, The campsite for our 24’ motorhome was spacious and private. Howard, the manager/owner was friendly and accommodating. We did not use or see the campsite restroom so that
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Large hogan — our home for the night.
Sunset from the campground
Stanza da un milione di stelle
Inside a large Hogan. Super cool.
Interior of the hogan
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Ooh. It'd be pretty tight. You will probably have better luck at Cottonwood Campground on the east end of Chinle near the visitor center. It looked to me like the spaces were bigger and more friendly to larger rigs.
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Shorter tours (3-4) hrs are $160 for 2 people; long tours (5-7 hrs) are $189 for 2 and extra charge for additional people on both lengths. Lunch is not included so bring your own; there were some snack opportunities in the canyons but I am not sure they are available all the time.
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How much was the jeep tour?
It was $160 and we gave about $20 extra since he had us out there about 6+ hours including stops and the good spirituality he shared along with the Navajo history. It was hard for the person in the middle in the back seat to see everything though so the stops were needed. It worth it overall. His jeep carried 4 people.
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are pets allowed
Yes, but this is rugged country. There are owners dogs on the property that roam the camp site. Bill
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"its first come, no reservations"
"Make sure there is a functioning jeep for your tour if you stay at Spider Rock."
"Not a lot of room for big rigs."
"This is a campground"
"A Navajo style small cabin for 2 people as a hogan was available and there was a sweat lodge nearby also besides the campsites."
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