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Best Camping near Monument Valley Overlook, Arizona with Showers

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Mustang Valley Campground
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1. Mustang Valley Campground

80% Recommend (15 Campers)

This spectacular campsite is the closest you'll get to the Tribal Park, is for the first time ever open to the public. These undeveloped...

Maggie: Mark and Jennafer are awesome! Make sure you ask Jennafer about her work with preserving the rights, history, and environment...
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Cottonwood Campground

2. 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

3. 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: 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...
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Tent Camp among Anasazi Ruins
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4. Tent Camp among Anasazi Ruins

Pitch your tent in our sites in an old orchard with red rock cliffs and ancient Anasazi ruins just a few feet away. Enjoy a full country style ...

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RV Camp Among anasazi Ruins!
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5. RV Camp Among anasazi Ruins!

Park your RV in our sites in an old orchard with red rock cliffs and ancient Anasazi ruins just a few feet away. Enjoy a hot included breakfast at...

Mather Campground

6. Mather Campground

100% Recommend (16 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: 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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Sunset Campground

7. Sunset Campground

100% Recommend (9 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: 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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Escalante Petrified Campground

8. 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

9. 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...

North Campground

10. North Campground

100% Recommend (5 Campers)

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: 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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Kodachrome Basin Campground

11. 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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BaseCamp 37° - Kaibab View
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12. BaseCamp 37° - Kaibab View

This 14' x 16' canvas tent has a king sized bed, with a Tuft & Needle mattress, and luxury linens and blankets. A solar system at each tent...

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Hull Cabin

13. Hull Cabin

Plainly put, Hull Cabin is awesome, and the perfect way to feel like a local ranger playing in the Grand Canyon. Located just a mile from the South...

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the "Dome-i-cile"
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14. the "Dome-i-cile"

A domicile is a place of residence, but ours is much more exciting: a comfortably furnished, 20ft diameter geodesic dome built into the the...

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Dead Horse Point Campground

15. 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: 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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Goblin Valley Campground

16. Goblin Valley Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

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: 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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Green River Campground

17. Green River Campground

A verdant oasis in the midst of Utah’s desert, Green River Campground provides sites shaded by tall cottonwoods on the river bank—perfect if you...

Steve: Great State Park CG not far off of I-70. Good place to spend a night if you're on your way east or west. Adjacent to Green...
Greenleaf Canyon Campground
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18. Greenleaf Canyon Campground

Welcome to Greenleaf Canyon Campground! We are dedicated to the adventurous traveler that would never be satisfied with a stuffy hostel or...

Lauren : I couldn't be happier that the path lead us to Greenleaf Campground. The land parks itself so perfectly under the endless,...
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Warner Campground

19. Warner Campground

Taste the rainbow (and we aren’t talking Skittles here) at the 9200-foot highn Warner Campground in Manti-La Sal National Forest! Here, Rainbow...

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Homolovi Campground

20. Homolovi Campground

Rich in anthropological artifacts, Homolovi Campground is geared toward the camper who has an itch for history. Situated quite close to the area’s...