After ripping down the Porcupine Rim Trail on your mountain bike, find your way to the Granstaff Campground, right where the trail meets Highway 128. Kick back in this tent-only site with a well-deserved brew and take in the stunning views of Negro Bill Canyon framing the Colorado River. Don’t forget to check out the native cottonwood and willow trees that have sprouted up all around the campground since the BLM took out the non-native trees back in 2008.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents
16 sites
Up to guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available


Offered near the campground.

Horseback riding
Off-roading (OHV)
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching


Natural features you'll find at Granstaff Campground.

River, stream, or...
Swimming hole
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Hipcamper Amber
Amber H.
didn't provide a recommendation.
April 23rd, 2017

We pulled in late at night, not really knowing where we were. When we awoke the next morning, we saw that we were RIGHT next to the busy road, but also RIGHT next to the river. The views were beautiful but being so close to the road wasn't exactly the most desirable. I'm guessing all the campgrounds along that road are that way. We spent very little time at the actual site, so it didn't really matter. We hiked the Negro Bill canyon trail nearby, which was picturesque. The dog loved it. Grab a breakfast burrito in town at Love Muffin. Would we camp here again? Meh. We'd probably try somewhere else.

Our campsite.This is a view from an upper parking area.  It's parking area, then road then campsite.CampsiteView from our camp site
Hipcamper Emily O.
recommends this listing.
July 24th, 2017
Hipcamper Amber H.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
April 23rd, 2017
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38.612° N, 109.533° W
Tent Only: 16 Sites
(Up to people per site)

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