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Old 12-26-2012, 09:39 AM   #1
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Lookin for a campground on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon

We are planning a trip to include the North Rim of the grand Canyon this summer. We will probably spend 2-3 days. Will appreciate any suggestions on campgrounds. We are a 36ft class A and are open to most anything that has room to accommodate us.
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Some choices

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Hey Mr. Bill - I just posted our suggestions over on the Escapees forum.
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Try Kaibab Camper RV Village in Jacob Lake, AZ. It's been several years since we stayed there, but they had full hookups and are within a reasonable distance of the park entrance.
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Try Kaibab Camper RV Village in Jacob Lake, AZ. It's been several years since we stayed there, but they had full hookups and are within a reasonable distance of the park entrance.
Stayed here last summer for a week. Great place to stay if you want full hookups. Roads and sites are dirt, but it didn't bother us at all in our 40ftMH
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How are the roads and the drive up to the campers village. I'm assuming I would take 89 and 89a from flagstaff. I'm new and don't want any white knuckle driving
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We stayed at the Jacob Lake RV park for three days last summer. It is about 20 miles to the park but they have full amenities with 50amp hookup. It is an OK park for parking then getting out to see the sites, I would not like to stay there over a week. Showers are pay as you go and a little on the rustic side. The people that run it are friendly and the park is well kept.
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