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1 RV Park near Shonto, Arizona
May 2018 - $1.00
What a gem! And what a value: Free! I opted for the Canyon View campground which was at the end of a fairly short but narrow gravel road [one lane]. There are views of the canyon and lovely pine trees all around. No hookups but each site has a grill and a picnic table. This park is off the beaten path but well worth the drive on an excellent paved road. The Visitor's Center was closed but an employee/ranger was handing out brochures about the park. I asked about Verizon signal and she said there was none at the Canyon View campground but there is at the Sunset. Nonetheless, I found a very usable Verizon signal at Canyon while there. The only caveat, other than the size limitations---and they should definitely be heeded [nothing over 28'], is that the sites are red soil and would likely, after a hard rain, turn into a very slippery mess. I will definitely return. - mockturtle
Jan 2018 - $30.00
Navajo National Monument is a little known gem. beautiful hiking and scenery. Cliff dwellings, interesting information in the visitor center about the Navajo (Dineh) culture. Watch the tree cover carefully! We're 32 feet and the site was just barely long enough. curvy roads. we put out road triangles to make sure we were visible - captaincakes
Jun 2017 - $1.00
It is actually free to camp here, with a seven day limit. There are two campgrounds, Canyon View and Sunset. Sunset, with 31 small sites, can be reached by all paved roads and is the closest to the Visitor Center. It has flush toilets and drinking water, but not for filling RV tanks. Also, there is no dump station, so plan on arriving with full tanks and leaving with waste. Canyon View requires driving on some good gravel road and is a little further away from the Visitor Center. There are some close branches, so if this is your campground of choice, it would probably be a good idea to scout it first via car/truck. It has pit toilets and no water but the sites are much better separated than Sunset and the views are fantastic at some of the sites. We chose Canyon View and had no difficulty with our 28 foot motorhome except for using care with the tree branches. The Park website indicates that 28 foot length is the maximum, but we saw several longer rigs. We loved our space and ended up staying longer than we had originally planned. We had reasonable Verizon service, voice and data. We were able to get DirecTV without a problem. We would definitely camp there again. - TheJim