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Liverpool, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

Probably the worst RV camp we have visited in many a year. The showers are coin operated $2:25 for five minutes, toilets are nothing more than cesspit. Very basic and very poor value for money. Worst of all is the reception staff, very rude and completely indifferent to their customers needs. There was a power outage when we arrived -...

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Marion, Iowa
Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

This "Village" is a very basic campground. You see the other comments on the facilities. The sites are close together and a tight fit. We were fortunate that there was not a unit parked next to one side of ours or our awning could not have been extended. Only partial extension of slide outs on the other side. Lots are...

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Thank Steven H
Reviewed 29 September 2016

Camping here was a a bad experience. "Showers" turned out to be one coin operated shower for the whole campground($2.25 for five minutes). Toilet facilities turned out to be unlit porta-potties/pit toilets. Sewer hookups only in a few sites. No dump station. Staff were indifferent/rude. No wifi. Would not stay in business were it not for being one of the...

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Littleton, Colorado
Reviewed 25 September 2016 via mobile

Wanted to visit north rim and advertised as only rv place with full hook-ups. Upon arrival was informed that place had no power due to extensive outage. Not their fault, but was also informed there would be no refund and the staff was quite rude about it. Primitive sites and no wifi......whaaaaaat? Not happy at all, but may be stuck....

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Spokane, Washington
Reviewed 17 September 2016

The reason to stay at this campground is so that you can visit the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and enjoy full RV hookups. It's set in a lovely Ponderosa pine forest, which you really appreciate after driving through the desert. They do have water restrictions as every drop has to be trucked in, but we were able to...

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Thank circa2015
Cornville, Arizona
Reviewed 8 September 2016

On arrival,which must be before 8pm(rule no 1),you will be given a list of rules. Failure to follow rules will incur a fine! We were delighted to have everyone using the rv spot beside us as the dump station,therefore we were unable to use our picnic table,as excrement and flies covered the ground,as well as appalling smell! This was continuous....

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Tampa, Florida
Reviewed 27 August 2016

Roads and sites are gravel. Sites are not level, but there's lots of trees. Cell phones work, but no cable or TV via antenna. Road to the campground is 3/4 mile gravel, with lots of potholes. The North Rim is 45 miles from the CG.

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Thank ta96silver
Reviewed 24 July 2016 via mobile

We stayed here for a few days while we visited the North Rim. This is area is FAR less developed than the South Rim, so this is he only CG w full Rv hookups near the park. It's very clean and nice. Not much to do at the CG itself, but the park offers so much to do, we weren't...

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1Thank JerryApel
Reviewed 15 July 2016

Travel plans change - things happen on a multi-thousand mile trip. I was unimpressed that regardless of how much notice is provided, we lose our deposit... that isn't the industry norm/standard and needs to be modified.

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Anderson, South Carolina
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

Stayed here 3 nights in June after not getting a site in the National Forest. Well run and the people who run it are nice and helpful. Very shady. Mostly for bigger campers but we were fine with our teardrop camper. They do have some dry sites but we wanted water and electricity so we went in with the big...

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Kaibab Camper Village is the only campground (private or public) near the North Rim of Grand Canyon that has RV hookups. A quiet, family owned campground with many tall, beautiful Ponderosa pine trees, it is a pleasant mixture of shade and Arizona sunshine at an elevation of about 7,900 feet. The North Rim is about 42 miles south, via State Route 64. Kanab, Utah is 37 miles to the northwest. Kaibab National Forest land surrounds the campground. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Kaibab Camper Village

Address: 1 mile SW of Jacob Lake Inn off Hwy 67, on Forest Road 461, Jacob Lake, AZ 86022
Region: United States > Arizona > Jacob Lake
Price Range: $22 - $111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 81
Also Known As:
Kaibab Camper Village Hotel Jacob Lake
Kaibab Camper Village Jacob Lake, Arizona
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“Go elsewhere.”
 of 5 bubbles georgejQ3047FO, 29 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Be sure to get reservations in advance. This is a very popular tourist area.”
 of 5 bubbles circa2015, 17 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Stay where you are told to do so. Try the horse riding session right opposite the campsite.”
 of 5 bubbles YoPlace, 6 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Ask for a site with utilities on the correct side and ask for sewer. Does not cost any extra!”
 of 5 bubbles 795stanleyw, 26 Sep 2015 | Read review
“The back-in spaces on top of the hill look a little more level and wider.”
 of 5 bubbles jnlswain, 30 Aug 2013 | Read review
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