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Ten-X campground gives a camper the feeling he is still "out in nature" even while visiting the great Grand Canyon National Park! The typical visitors stay at the Tusayan and South Rim entrance areas, and these areas are very crowded and busy. Ten X is...More
This campground is great! It really takes you back to nature. The campsites are huge and so you really feel like youre alone in the forest. At night you can make a campfire in the provided firepit and you can listen to the coyotes howl....More
We had the most wonderful time staying at Ten-X Campground. The camp sites are HUGE, the stars are incredible, the campground is only 10 minutes from the park, we had multiple elk sightings, and the camp host is the best camp host we've experienced so...More
We stayed at a bunch of very well stocked, nicely manicured rv parks on our trip. This basic campground ended up being our favorite just for its proximity and location in the Forrest. There are no hookups but each site is large and the bathrooms...More
We were heading to Grand Canyon in June 2018 with a 39ft DP, and despite booking in January, there was no availability anywhere else. We were very reticent to book here given the heat in the area and no electricity or water hookups. We persisted...More
The earlier in the day the better and if you can arrive on a weekday, that increases your odds. If the campground is full, the camp hosts can direct you to free dispersed camping on US Forest land. You can then come back the... More
The earlier in the day the better and if you can arrive on a weekday, that increases your odds. If the campground is full, the camp hosts can direct you to free dispersed camping on US Forest land. You can then come back the next day to secure a spot or stay where you are. If you go into GCNP you can fill your water tank (assuming you have an rv) and use the dump facility for free.