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I've tent-camped in a lot of places, from KOAs to Grand Canyon North Rim campground. The Canyon Campground is right up there at the top of the list. It's real camping. The campground is in a thick lodgepole pine forest; there's lots and lots of...More
Like most national park campgrounds Canyon is simple (no hookups, fire pit, picnic table). The sites are located in a lodgepole forest which provides plenty of shade, but there are a lot of mosquitoes (bring repellent and keep reapplying). The sites are fairl well spaced,...More
I am amazed at some of the poor reviews. When you camp in any National Park you cannot expect luxury...Our site here was very nice, the showers were hot and clean. The location was very convenient to not just the canyon but Hayden Valley early...More
I've always enjoyed the shower facilities here. You get two with your camp site. They are not restricted by time so after a few days camping, you can get a shave and really get clean. While you're at it, was your clothes. I think the...More
Arrived to a campsite which was not able to be camped on - over 3 feet of snow. After waiting in line for over 45 minutes to switch sites I was told all sites were taken. Funny with the line of people waiting to check...More
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Greetings! Yes, the campground loops and main road at Canyon Campground are all paved. The campground is graded with the upper loops, E and F, being higher up in elevation, and the A and B loops being lower in elevation... More
Greetings! Yes, the campground loops and main road at Canyon Campground are all paved. The campground is graded with the upper loops, E and F, being higher up in elevation, and the A and B loops being lower in elevation. Having been located at site B50, right off the main campground road, we would regularly see bike riders whizzing down the hill, which was quite entertaining and slightly terrifying! You would be able to access the amphitheater via bicycle from any campsite. Have fun!