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Spider Rock Campground

Contact Info
Navajo Hwy 7
Canyon De Chelly, AZ 86503

Phone:
928-674-8261
Toll-Free:
877-910-2267
Basics
Number of Sites:
30 sites
Elevation:
6700 feet
Reservations:
Reservations Accepted

Description

Spider Rock Campground offers an all-natural camping experience in an unpaved setting amidst the junipers and piñon pines near the rim of Canyon de Chelly in northern Arizona.

We provide a unique personal experience among the Navajo people for tent and RV campers, and we now have hogans for an extra-special winter camping experience.

Amenities

Basic Amenities
  • Dumping Facilities
  • Hot Showers
  • RV Sites
Special Features
  • Firewood Sold
  • Fire Rings
Additional Conveniences
  • Pets Allowed
  • Reservations Accepted
  • Free WiFi
  • Tent Sites Available

Details

Season
Year round
Location
10 miles east of the Canyon de Chelly Visitor Center
Elevation
6700 feet
Basic Info
Total Sites:
30 sites
More Site Details
RV Hookups:
None
Pet Policy
Pets must be restrained or on a leash.

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
The campground is 10 miles east of the Canyon de Chelly Visitor Center on South Rim Canyon Drive at Canyon de Chelly National Monument.

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