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Spider Rock Campground

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Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Great location on the rim of the canyon de chelly, nothing fancy. Bring your own water and firewood. highly recommend doing the tour with Howard the camp host, it was absolutely amazing! Howard is very knowledgeable, born and raised there. The tours are reasonably price...More

Thank Elcapitanca
Reviewed 16 October 2017

This is Primitive Camping, Bring water, though water is there, its not always topped off. Toilet facility is questionable but it was better than digging a hole (almost) If you want luxury dont go I loved it. They had Hogans that you could rent nightly...More

Thank Bradnvicki
Reviewed 11 June 2017

I made my camping and jeep tour reservation more than a month in advance. I called the day before (Saturday) to tell Howard we were on our way for our tour and would arrive at 10 AM Sunday. He said that would be fine because...More

2  Thank Bonnie T
Reviewed 4 June 2017

We stayed 3 nights at Spider Rock and enjoyed the quiet setting (aside from an occasional truck on the highway) and the dark sky at night. Facilities are minimal, so don't go there expecting any extras. However, Howard (camp owner and host) does put on...More

1  Thank Bruce M
Reviewed 30 May 2017

My husband and I camped here while visiting the canyon and, like the other reviews said, there are no amenities. It is dry camping. It is also quiet and more remote than cottonwood. We liked that! Howard, our host, was very quiet and soft spoken....More

Thank Cathy S
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5 June 2017|
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Response from Bruce M | Reviewed this property |
Generators ok, just respect quiet hours.
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Response from Bruce M | Reviewed this property |
Shorter tours (3-4) hrs are $160 for 2 people; long tours (5-7 hrs) are $189 for 2 and extra charge for additional people on both lengths. Lunch is not included so bring your own; there were some snack opportunities in the... More
11 April 2016|
Response from Mark M | Reviewed this property |
It was $160 and we gave about $20 extra since he had us out there about 6+ hours including stops and the good spirituality he shared along with the Navajo history. It was hard for the person in the middle in the back seat... More
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"its first come, no reservations"
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"Make sure there is a functioning jeep for your tour if you stay at Spider Rock."
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"Not a lot of room for big rigs."
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"This is a campground"
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