RV Parks & Campgrounds

Navajo National Monument Campground National Parks

4.6 Stars 4.6 - 7 Reviews  
(928) 672-2700
Tonalea, Arizona


All year

Total: 30, Max RV Length: 28 ft

Water, Pets allowed, Tents, Picnic Tables, Restroom


February 22, 2024 - reviewed by BPR
5.0 Stars   FREE
Spectacular! Beautiful, Quiet And Free
We had been driving north on 160 and I had been afraid we would have to just keep driving. We decided to give the Monument campground a try and we r so glad we did!! Don't b turned off by the 9 mile drive in to the National Park site. It's so worth it. Granted, it's February and there were only about 4 of us hard-core campers there but we had our choice of lots of sites. Flush toilets, and camper sink (looked functional but we didn't use). Very quiet, beautiful stars, gorgeous sunset, loved the landscape of scrubby trees, great area for walking dogs, and the visitor center was quite informative. We hiked the trail to the Pueblo site in the morning. No wood fires allowed. We did have so.e difficulty finding a level site and certainly not doable for very big rigs although there seemed to be some.pull thru side of the road sites. We did a back in site. Dismt use the picnic table due to cold temps and some snow on the ground! We would def stay again.

November 4, 2021 - reviewed by Timoteo
5.0 Stars   FREE
Ranchito Cascabel
This place is amazing. I appreciate the Navajo Nation opening this space up for me to visit.

January 29, 2020 - reviewed by bmorford
5.0 Stars   FREE
Beautiful Night Skies
My buddy and I stayed here on our 3,500 mile motorcycle touring trip in late summer 2019. The place is well maintained with a sink and flush toilets. Amazing starry skies at night the way God intended. Honestly I can't believe it's free but it is. I didn't have a chance to check out the historical/cultural sites but it looked promising. ALSO...if you're coming in from Page, AZ don't be tempted to take the road that goes through Shonto. It was just plain horrible and shouldn't even be on a road map in my opinion. We tried but we had to turn around and wasted a bunch of time. Anyway, the monument was a great place to spend a night for this proud public landowner.

June 6, 2019 - reviewed by Stevedrivesatruck
5.0 Stars   FREE
Nice Camping
This is a nice free campground. The sites are small but paved. It is off the beaten path. There are some good hikes and the people at the ranger station are very helpful. Bring what you need and make sure you have water. See TinyTrailerLife video on YouTube.

October 11, 2017 - reviewed by Stitch
4.0 Stars   FREE
Great Place
Not only can you hike down to the ruins but the view from the upper observation deck is fantastic. The campground is small but well maintained. All the sites and roads have just been paved. The sites are small but private. The skys at night are awesome. Bathrooms are small and need cleaning.

October 22, 2016 - reviewed by Stan
3.0 Stars   $
A Quiet Stay
This is a great stop for quiet, dark skies and Anasazi ruins. However they are not kidding a out 28 feet maximum. Many will only accommodate a rig such as a tent trailer. And a couple of sets of leveling blocks are needed. We have a 25' trailer and perhaps 1/4 to 1/3 of the sites were suitable and then you need to park the truck. Toilets reasonably clean, no showers. No water, no power, no dump. Great views. Price is right .... free.

July 8, 2015 - reviewed by Virgil
5.0 Stars   
Frre Campground, no electricity but verynice place.