3 Parks near Jacob Lake, Arizona
Jul 2015 - $18.00
Park is 25 miles south of Jacob's Lake and about 18 miles to the North Rim Lodge. Typical NFS campground. Host was very pleasant and helpful. A few of the sites are big enough for a large RV. We stayed in site 13 and I could of easily parked a 40 ft rig on that site. Some of sites are not very level and some sites are pretty small. We were there on the weekend and the campground was full by mid afternoon. Half the sites are can be reserved and the other half are first come first served. - DennisA
Sep 2014 - $8.00
This is a US Forest Service campground that makes a nice alternative to the one campground inside the National Park at the North Rim. The campground is set in a lovely ponderosa pine and aspen forest and is about 5 miles from the park boundary. It's another 15-20 miles or so to the Visitor Center and Lodge located at the rim itself. The sites are very spacious and many are pull-throughs that can accommodate any size rig. There are no hook-ups, dump stations, showers or flush toilets, but the campground is pretty and peaceful. The vault toilets were spotless and practically odorless. The camp host was very friendly and conscientious about the upkeep of the campground. While it would have been nice to have stayed in the park, we weren't able to get reservations in time for our visit so DeMotte made a nice alternative. Our rate reflects the use of our Senior Access Pass. - BruceandKathyWA
Sep 2013 - $5.00
Nicely maintained NFS campground, basic but pleasant. Rate based on senior discount. Camp host couple was friendly and effective. - SeeTheUSA
Mar 2016 - $10.00
Stunning star-filled nights really illuminate this campground. Is it a resort? No. Is it basic camping at it's best? Yes.
Easy driving distance to the Grand Canyon and beautiful Route 89 and 89A.
Big enough even for our 45' motorhome.
Don't miss this hidden gem if on the north side of the Grand Canyon. - Tucsonbenz
Oct 2015 - $9.00
This is a great little park. No hook-ups but in a beautiful Forest Service park in a pine forest. Bathrooms were pit toilets but were very clean. Host arrived at our camp site soon after set up and introduced herself and was very helpful. Firewood sold and brought to your site every afternoon. We had a large pull thru site that faced the forest for a very private and quite site. Only complaint was people traveling to fast and dust from gravel road. ATT worked great and satellite worked great from our site. - roaming around
Sep 2015 - $9.00
This campground is just the best. Lots of Ponderosas, but still got great satellite TV and Verizon reception. There are no services which is fine, but (!) beware - your fridge may not work on propane because of the altitude. The camp is at 8,400 ft. Firewood is available and the night skies are just dazzling. - Makaira
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Lots of shade, Ponderosa Pines. Tight spaces, more or less level. We stopped here on the way to the North Rim and left at sun-up. - Clyde Clevenger
Aug 2015 - $36.00
Dirt sites with only 30 amp. Sites were relatively flat with adequate space. There is a huge area to walk dogs under the pines. No wifi and barely any cell phone reception. - Dreaming
Jun 2015 - $36.00
The showers are expensive, the toilets are portapottys. But I would definitely stay here again. It was beautiful. No ATT cell, no WiFi, no TV - just nature. The hosts are very nice, but the owner is absentee, so if a real problem occurs, you may be out of luck. Pretty tight for most lots. Many lots are not very level. All lots are shaded by 60+ foot ponderosa pines. - TBBGII