August 5, 2021 - reviewed by Alex
We went to grand canyon on August 5. Good season not hot.
I love this park its very close to everything restaurants stores..
Park has all hookups. When you call they don't answer. Not a problem it's has afterhours drop box.
July 14, 2021 - reviewed by matt idol
2 Night Stay
Excellent location to park and town, bath houses outdated and dirty and have to pay for showers.
June 30, 2021 - reviewed by Anthony
Excellent location to GC and had elk roaming the park which was nice to see! Walking distance to many restaurants, grocery store, and activities. My truck needed work and park maintenance loaned me a few tools so I could do a quick repair. Total life saver as not many repair shops around. Would stay again!
June 16, 2020 - reviewed by Lydia
Tent camped for one night. Passing through. Friendly staff. The elk passed through camp in the morning & the evening. Everyone complains about paying for showers but water is PRECIOUS here. I’m sure they charge to cut down on waste. Five stars
June 9, 2020 - reviewed by Gisel
Huge RV Park. Lots of spots. Most was closed off and all RVs were squeezed together in one area due to COVID. No shade for sites. Clean bathrooms. Saw elk walking through campground, that was pretty awesome. Closest campground to Grand Canyon entrance. A little expensive.
July 17, 2019 - reviewed by CAT
Great location but that was pretty much it. I've never seen a park charge for showers. It was close to the Grand Canyon and lots of food options. It was right behind a grocery store which had good souvenirs. Would stay again in a pinch.
June 9, 2019 - reviewed by Landsharkrich
Grand Canyon Area
Came in for 2 night while visiting the Grand Canyon. The park is a little outdated and needs some love. I had site 147. Which sites face to face with site 146. Good if you’re in a group but that’s it. About 16 feet between the 2 rvs. Lucky the guy that pulled into 146 went and got switched. 1 picnic table and 1 fire pit. Problem is the pit is 4 feet from the Rv in 148. Lol. Never seen a worse setup
May 21, 2019 - reviewed by Gene
I just made reservations for two nights in this park so I hope it’s nice.
May 14, 2019 - reviewed by Christina
Ok. No WiFi. Small spots and bathrooms are dirty. Very expensive for what you get but if it’s the only option it will do.
March 11, 2019 - reviewed by Dunnune
Very Pleasant Check In
After waiting while the Trailer Village employee chatted for 20 minutes about his lifestyle with a guest who had a reservation, only to be told “we’re full” ($59 + taxes) it was very pleasant to check in and be appreciated for $51 taxes included. We’re staying and getting great visitor service!
August 1, 2018 - reviewed by Gary From SC
This is a 25 or 30 $ night campground not 56.
July 10, 2018 - reviewed by Jen M
Happy To Be There
This is the closest you can get to the park without being in it. We had a full hook-up, great location. We were pretty close to the campground office, so we had our choice of their WiFi or Starbucks’s WiFi. The showers were $2, but we didn’t use them. Shuttle was amazing, access to other places also amazing. Nice General Store right next door. They have elk wandering around. I thought it was great and I would stay again. Also, very nice owners. Lady has a great laugh!!
July 5, 2018 - reviewed by Peggy
Good For A Stay
We had full services-water, electric and sewer. There is no WiFi (and the worker told us that) but there wasn’t good reception anywhere in the Grand Canyon. Sites were big enough. Some spots you pulled into and some you had to back into. Check where your hook ups are. Very convenient to the free shuttle that takes you almost. anywhere in the park. I can live without the internet for 2 days. We were in the park most of the time anyway! A neighbor used the laundry and said the dryers did not dry the clothes. I would stay there again.
July 2, 2018 - reviewed by Kristyn
Dont stay here!
Check in lady was unpleasant. $51 a night for electric and water in a gravel, outdated, dusty parking lot. At checkin the sign said it all "No Discounts" "No Refunds". I shortened my stay. Want free WiFi? It's only at the laundry building...and then it didnt work. Want a shower? $2 for 8 minutes... or use water on your site and pay $3 to dump. I got them.... uses their water to shower and fill my tank, then went into the park to use the free dump station. Its allowed. This bnb is the most I've ever paid for a site. .. and for NOTHING!! Find any place else. This is the first negative review I've written. Stayed 2 nights in a motorhome.
June 21, 2018 - reviewed by Tobler Family
Serves A Purpose
Close proximity to the Grand Canyon is a plus. The site itself isn’t anything to brag about but it serves a purpose, electric and water, no dump at site itself. Bathrooms were dirty and $2 for an 8 min shower in less than ideal showers. The area around the camp is convenient location wise, within walking distance but prices are EXTREMELY high. $11 for a meal at McDonald’s!! $8 for a small case of water, so stick up on your groceries and essentials before you arrive! Personally wouldn’t stay here again unless it was the only option.
June 16, 2018 - reviewed by CapeCourt
Lots Of Upcharges, Close To Park
So, you're about 2 miles from the park entrance which is great. Super-short walk to restaurants, but watch out they're crazy expensive! ($54 for two medium pizzas, I really wish I was making that up.) Sites are mostly level but pretty small. No grass for dogs or off-leash areas (unless you count the permanent trailer residents who let their pit bulls off leash to run up at your dogs). Very very limited shade. $2 for a shower?!? Never ever been charged this, as a family of four busy hiking the canyon this added up fast. They charge you to dump (again never had to pay this at any other campsite), but you're paying to be close to the park I guess. Stock up on groceries before you get anywhere near here, everything is crazy expensive. The wifi doesn't work at all, although you can walk up to Starbucks to use theirs. On the plus side, elk wandered through the campground almost every night.
May 29, 2018 - reviewed by South Carolina
Overpriced Parking Lot
Beware the shower requires $2 in quarters for 8 minutes. No hot water for the first 2 minutes.
May 8, 2018 - reviewed by Senior Pass Holders
They start taking new guests at noon and you can not make a reservation on the day of your arrival. 1st come, 1st served. Asked for full hook ups on a Monday at 2 pm, and ended up with water and electric. No dump. TV stations are about 54 miles away, so no TV or cable. Wifi is weak. Starbucks next door is much better. To dump costs $3 for guests. To take a shower is $2 in quarters. The lot was about level on gravel. Different size lots available for rent to class A RV.
What I liked about the place is how near the town is. Buss shuttle to the park run about every 20 minutes. When you get your pass, it is free. Have a senior pass, so it is free for me. Several restaurants near by. If you can not stay at Grand Canyon village, stay at this place and bring your pocket book!
May 5, 2018 - reviewed by Kevin
Huge parking lot, as others have shared. Have electric and water hookups. Dump site costs $3 extra. Have pricey propane, and charge you $2 for a shower. This place is clearly in business simply to take you for all your money. Only stay if all the other RV parks are full. On the positive, the location is good - can walk to many shops, restaurants, tour places. Has a Starbucks and market adjacent. The parks shuttle service can shuttle you into the park from a stop a few 100 feet away.
April 28, 2018 - reviewed by RV Traveler
Avoid If Possible
Rude check in person said they had no partial hookups so we were required to pay the $58 for full hookup. Come to find out partials were available. Paid extra for fairly clean showers. Laundry was $6 for wash and dry. Dusty and dirty with no concrete pad. Very close quarters. Quiet enough. Avoid this RV location you can.
February 8, 2018 - reviewed by Spj
Mistook this for the Grand Canyon Trailer Village which is in the park and less than a mile from the canyon. This place is an expensive parking lot behind a strip mall outside of the park. The trailer village in the park is cheaper, much nicer and has cable tv. Don't make the mistake.
October 2, 2017 - reviewed by MMM
Sites very close together. No fire ring. Very expensive. Locals walking under the fence and using showers and restrooms. Office staff a little rude and not very welcoming. Paid $51 a Night. Close to park entrance.
July 29, 2017 - reviewed by Eddie
Was ok for a night or two. Close to park. Dirty and muddy when rains. No gravel or concrete. Bathrooms are clean, but quarter operated, 2 dollars for 8 minutes.
July 12, 2017 - reviewed by Henry
2 nights. Close to Park. North lots better than south. Seems to serve it's purpose. Bathrooms just ok
May 25, 2017 - reviewed by Mike C
A Big Let Down
The only thing this campground is this convenient to the south entrance of the Grand Canyon. $46 a night for a tiny spot on a pad of dirt, dust, no shade, water and electric, $46. And they want two dollars more for a quick shower. At that price I should have a shower and a massage included. All of the campsites right on top of each other with very little separation. The restrooms were clean and well-kept, The staff was very friendly and helpful.
May 13, 2017 - reviewed by Alina
We've been traveling the Grand Circle for three weeks, and this is definitely our least favorite rv park.
Not great facilities, my husband actually got accosted by an unsavory character who tried to start a fight with him, the roads around the park are muddy and not super well maintained, and my shower (which cost $2 for 8 minutes) was lukewarm for the first 3 minutes and then cold after that. My husband said his shower was warm though. Overall, it was not a great stay, but there aren't many options when you need somewhere to plug in so that you can run your heater. We did see that the RV park with power in the park is $45, which is less than we paid here, so that might be worth checking out.
April 21, 2017 - reviewed by Mike
Very rude lady at desk, whoever cleans their bathrooms should be fired. WiFi non existent. WAY too much money for what u get. Only good thing is it's close to the Grand Canyon. Stay away from the Texaco gas station. $3.39 a gallon...Not advertised.
April 8, 2017 - reviewed by Lynn
Property Sold And Will Close Forever
While checking in was told the park was sold and will close for good at the end of summer season, a hotel being built there. So no need to review..... nice that it was so close to grand canyon.
September 20, 2016 - reviewed by Luke W.
Not sure why there's so many bad reviews, it's a tourist destination, this is what you get. Not a bad site, no television or radio reception, but you're at the Grand Canyon, get out of your camper and explore!! If you're in a RV, no issues. Tenters keep in mind showers are not free, but there are other tenting locations in the area that aren't so urban. Staff is friendly.
August 10, 2016 - reviewed by Wayne
We were there 2 nights. We found it to be a good experience. The staff was great. Got it on a drive up, couldnt be happier. Would recommend this spot. Thanks to all that made this possible.
June 29, 2016 - reviewed by Tom
Made reservations month in advance for two spots, they would not put us together, lady rude, spots close, good elc. Give it a one
May 13, 2016 - reviewed by Mark E
Do not waste your money. NO cable. NO radio reception. NO tv reception. You have to pay for your shower. $2.00 for 8 minutes. Staff could care less on this issue.
March 14, 2016 - reviewed by Winsor
Don't know why people are giving this place such bad scores. Really enjoyed our time there. Had lots of space and no trouble getting help when needed. WiFi slow when over loaded but over all good time here. Really enjoyed the Grand Canyon.
October 26, 2015 - reviewed by Wildklee
OK RV Park.
Spaces are close together. Very few trees. Some sewer hookups are not user friendly. It is close to Grand Canyon National Park. Bathrooms could use improvements. No charge for showers. Expensive to do laundry. Close to shops and restaurants.
May 6, 2015 - reviewed by Ralf
Gravel, gravel every where. Very little grass. Spaces are narrow. Showers cost $8.00@
Reasonably clean. WiFi is via Sat and gets over loaded