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Best Camping near Canyon De Chelly National Monument, Arizona with RV Hookup

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Cottonwood Campground

1. Cottonwood Campground

One day doesn’t do Canyon De Chelly National Monument justice! That’s why Cottonwood Campground is the perfect place to set up basecamp to explore...

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Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping

2. Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping

Get back to basics on Lake Powell’s Wahweap Bay, over at Lone Rock Beach’s primitive campground. Pitch your tent on the sandy beach, or in the...

Cody
Cody: I love this campsite! As stated it is first come first serve with no designated spots. You can find a spot that you like and...
54 Saves
Mather Campground

3. Mather Campground

100% Recommend (8 Campers)

Storybook forest camping at the Grand Canyon, who knew? Mather Campground provides spacious and shady RV, tent, and even horse sites with stars at...

Jaymie
Jaymie: Mather Campground is GREAT. It's a little hard to find when driving from the entrance so check your map a head of time and pay...
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Escalante Petrified Campground

4. Escalante Petrified Campground

Wake up surrounded by petrified wood forests and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument when you spend the night at Escalante Petrified...

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McPhee Campground

5. McPhee Campground

You'll feel like the king (or queen) of the hill while staying at McPhee Campground. This RV and tent camping site is situated atop a 500 ft-high...

House Creek Campground

6. House Creek Campground

Get in on that reservoir beauty, because House Creek Campground is right on that sweet spot. Located on a grassy slope by the water high-spot, you...

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Kodachrome Basin Campground

7. Kodachrome Basin Campground

Between the famed Bryce Canyon and Staircase Escalante National Monument, Kodachrome Basin Campground is one of Utah’s best kept secrets. Named for...

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Sunset Campground

8. Sunset Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Steps away from your site at Sunset Campground is the Rim Trail, where the most famous hikes and hoodoos reside in Bryce Canyon. You can not only...

Leo
Leo: What an amazing experience. This site is great, just a 5 minute walk to the canyon rim, which makes it so easy to head over and...
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Singletree Campground

9. Singletree Campground

Don’t let the name fool you—there’s more than one tree at Singletree Campground. You may be in the heart of Red Rock Country, but whoever chose...

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DeMotte Campground

10. DeMotte Campground

Come one, come all—and, please, bring your families! Populated by numerous campsites, both single and group style, DeMotte Campground offers...

Steve
Steve: Pleasant Surprise DeMotte was! Plenty of elbow room btw sites. Nice views. Deer foraging in the nearby woods. Walking distance...
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North Rim Campground

11. North Rim Campground

The North Rim Campground is filled with towering trees, shady sites, and the quiet nostalgia the North Rim is known for. Sites for RVs, tents, and...

Steve
Steve: Stayed here at least four times in the past three years. It is great! $1.50 shower for 6 minutes; plenty of time! SHOWERS CLOSE...
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Fruita Campground

12. Fruita Campground

Surrounded by historic orchards and set alongside the Fremont River, the Fruita Campground is an oasis within the desert. After a long day of...

Michelle
Michelle: No reservations for this stunning little gem in the incredible and underrated Capitol Reef National Park. Plenty of incredible...
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Main

13. Main

With some sites open year round, Mancos State Park Main Campground is set in a beautiful ponderosa forest just south of Jackson Gulch Reservoir and...

West

14. West

The smaller of the two park campgrounds, Mancos West Campground is primarily for tent campers on the opposite side of the reservoir. It has most...

Tselkabikiid Yellow Hogan
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15. Tselkabikiid Yellow Hogan

We have a large hogan, our family used to live in. It is one room, with a dirt floor, wood stove and has electric, but no running water (but there...

Vanessa
Vanessa: If you're looking for a cozy place to stay while travelin' along old Route 66 this is your spot. Just minutes away from down...
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Dead Horse Point Campground

16. Dead Horse Point Campground

If you want to wake up surrounded by canyon rims that overlook onto southern Utah’s shockingly red rocks, look no further than Dead Horse Point...

Steve
Steve: If you want to really get away from the hubbub of Moab, including the traffic, this is the place! It's a drive to get to, but...
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North Campground

17. North Campground

North Campground makes it easy to swing by the general store for an ice cream before watching the sun sink behind the hoodoos at Sunset Point. RV...

David
David: cost $20 per night on top of $30 park entrance fee rather pricey. Bathroom with hot water & flushing toilets. Summer free...
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Mavreeso Campground

18. Mavreeso Campground

Located close to the river with (mostly) level campsites, Mavreeso Campground is ideal for both tent campers and RV drivers alike. Sculpt those...

West Dolores Campground

19. West Dolores Campground

You'll have it made in the shade at West Dolores Campground. These leafy areas sit along with west fork of the Dolores River and offer some pretty...

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Goblin Valley Campground

20. Goblin Valley Campground

You might think goblins are scary, but the bizarre rock formations bearing this name at the Goblin Valley Campground in Utah are anything but...

Michelle
Michelle: This place is amazing! Super dry and dusty so bring plenty of water. Stay in a yurt during the cooler months and you'll be...
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