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Kaibab National Forest

U.S. 89a/Az 67, Jacob Lake, AZ
+1 928-643-7298
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Parkland consisting of more than 1.5 million acres that border the north and south rims of Grand Canyon National Park.
  • Excellent75%
  • Very good19%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“grand canyon” (33 reviews)
“open plains” (2 reviews)
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U.S. 89a/Az 67, Jacob Lake, AZ
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+1 928-643-7298
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"grand canyon"
in 33 reviews
"beautiful drive"
in 7 reviews
"open plains"
in 2 reviews
"low clearance"
in 2 reviews
"bison"
in 5 reviews
"park service"
in 2 reviews
"great scenery"
in 3 reviews
"both sides"
in 2 reviews
"northern arizona"
in 2 reviews
"visitor center"
in 4 reviews
"beautiful area"
in 2 reviews
"off road"
in 2 reviews
"deer"
in 18 reviews
"rim"
in 42 reviews
"wildlife"
in 20 reviews
"plateau"
in 6 reviews
"miles"
in 10 reviews
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Reviewed 6 days ago

At the DeMotte campground a ranger did an excellent 45 minute presentation - with slide show - on condors. Good job!

Thank DVMeyer
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Please take the time to take highway 89A and see some wonderful country. This is a high plains plateau up to almost 9000 feet, and even in the summertime it is cool. We were there in late May, and the aspens were just coming out...More

Thank danielcbush
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

I love this forest (and all forests) but there are hunters/shooters in this forest and other National Forests as well (and it is allowed, believe it or not). My friends and I were riding horses in what WAS the quiet and serene surroundings when, all...More

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Reviewed 26 November 2017 via mobile

Went South out of Fredonia on 89A a few miles and turned right on 22. Went a few more miles and the hiway made a curve to the left. Should have stayed on it because the"road" we ended up on was 2 dirt tracks made...More

Thank Ken W
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Reviewed 3 November 2017 via mobile

My sister and I visited the visitor center and the reps were very informative! The center was equipped with good books and resources.

Thank peanutsonparade
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Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

Our tour bus drove through the KAIBAB (pronounced: chi-bab) NATIONAL FOREST on the way to the Grand Canyon & then we also flew over it while on a GC Helicopter Tour. This National Forest surrounds both sides of the Grand Canyon. As we traveled thru...More

Thank GeorgeH-LI_NY-ExPat
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Reviewed 17 October 2017 via mobile

There are so many beautiful drives in northern Arizona and the Kaibab national Forest is just another one of them. Have your camera ready and be prepared to stop for the photo opportunities. Not a treacherous drive by any means but very pretty. Takes a...More

Thank Fastphilad
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Reviewed 16 October 2017

We followed the map we received at the entrance to Grand Canyon National Park, North Rim to various overlooks designated on the map ending at the Lodge. It was overrun with tourists and after appreciating the views and discovering the restaurant was booked until late,...More

Thank ALMink49009
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Reviewed 3 September 2017

We drove through the Kaibab National Forest on our way from Utah to the Grand Canyon. The view is amazing. At one point you climb to almost 10,000 feet. The temperature went from 93 to 59 as we ascended up the mountain. At the top,...More

Thank Rodney B
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Reviewed 29 August 2017

We were on a 3 week off-road trip and the North Rim was a key part of that agenda. Kaibab ended up being a high point also. We felt like we were the only ones around in most of our travels in the NF. Be...More

Thank Tad A
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Chad T
16 December 2016|
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Response from 24connie | Reviewed this property |
We were summer travelers!
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Cheri C
26 October 2016|
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Response from Chris L | Reviewed this property |
Realize there are limited trails. We found the ones on the north side of the canyon are less traveled.
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summarah
11 September 2016|
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...oops I obviously meant “map” LOL
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