Stayed here overnight since there was no site available within Grand Canyon village. First RV park we found outside Grand Canyon so we stayed here since we were tired. Dirt parking but fairly level. Bathroom and showers were okay. Had to pay to use the showers. $40 was a bit high for a below average campground, but it was the closest we could find that had an open site.
Stayed in this CG overnight. Arrived after the office was closed but called ahead to make a reservation. Reservation was in the drop box when we arrived with clear instructions/map to our site. Park has clean restrooms/showers. My wife was impressed with the ladies private bathrooms with tubs. Never seen that before anywhere. Roadrunner Cafe was closed even though we arrived way before the advertised closing time. No cable TV and the WiFi service required password which was not provided to us in the reservation. Noticed several homesteaders. Someone revved up his motorcycle at night which was quite annoying.
Stayed in this CG overnight on our way to Grand Canyon. We arrived almost at closing time, yet the office staff was very helpful in accommodating us. A bit pricey but this RV park is located smack in the middle of a tourist area. Will stay here again in the future.