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Grand Canyon Camper Village

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549 Camper Village Lane
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023



For Grand Canyon camping, visit Grand Canyon Camper Village: a Grand Canyon, South Rim campground just outside of the Grand Canyon National Park. Grand Canyon Camper Village is "the" Grand Canyon camping destination for you and your family's most memorable Grand Canyon visit. Our South Rim campground is open year-round and dedicated to providing you with the best Grand Canyon camping experience possible. Grand Canyon Camper Village is the nearest campground to the Grand Canyon National Park.

Located just one mile South of the Park Entrance, on Highway 64 at "Mile Post 236" in Tusayan, Arizona. The IMAX Theater, the General Store, restaurants, shopping venues and Park Shuttle Stops are within walking distance. Campground staff will be happy to provide you with current Grand Canyon Visitor's Guides and assist you with Grand Canyon tour information and reservations.

We offer a variety of RV and tent camping sites with your choice of hook ups and loads of amenities including coin operated laundry and shower facilities. Group rates and reservations are available for parties of 10 people or more. Call or email our office for additional information.


Basic Amenities
  • Full Hook-Ups
  • Hot Showers
  • Modern Restrooms
Special Features
  • Firewood Sold
  • Laundry
  • Playground
  • Volleyball
  • Picnic Tables
Additional Conveniences
  • Free WiFi
  • Tent Sites Available
Additional Notes

  • Free Wi-Fi (secured network)
  • Group Shelter
  • Clean Restrooms
  • Coin Operated Showers
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Picnic Tables (we do not supply BBQ grills)
  • Volleyball Court
  • Basketball Court
  • Hiking and Mountain Biking (campground adjacent to Kaibab National Forest)
  • Propane Sales
  • Ice and Firewood available
  • Small Camp Store



Map + Directions

Basic Directions

Directions from Interstate 40 (South):
In Williams, AZ take the "Hwy 64/Grand Canyon" Exit heading North. Travel approximately 54 miles until you come to Tusayan, AZ. Grand Canyon Camper Village Campground is behind the General Store on the East side of Hwy 64. If you get to the Park Entrance Gate, you have missed us.

Directions from Hwy 89 (East):
In Cameron, AZ you will turn West on Hwy 64. Travel approximately 35 miles until you reach the East Entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park. Continue on Hwy 64 for approximately 30 more miles. (You will pass several beautiful viewpoint of the canyon on the way.) When the highway comes to a "T" turn South (still Hwy 64) for 5 miles, you will then exit the National Park at the South Entrance Station. Continue traveling approximately 1 mile to Tusayan, AZ. Grand Canyon Camper Village is the very first business you will see and the first road you can take to the East. If you reach McDonald's, you have missed us.

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