Trailer Village (Grand Canyon National Park)
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Best spot to stay
Extremely convenient, incredibly organized, and clean. Be sure to have everything you need before settling down for the night.
Good campground to make base camp
Stayed three days and only complaint we had was the shower situation or lack there of. At $50 a night you would think they could actually bud a bathhouse closer than 3/4 of a mile away. Besides that no complaints.
Grand Canyon!! What is there to say?
Clean and pretty empty this time of year.
If you need a hookup...
...this is fine. If you don't, go to Mather Campground. We decided to go to Trailer Village because it was going to be in the 20s and we wanted to run our electric heater. However, it is much like a private park; not a lot of space between the sites and a lot of people in one area.
There are no showers (they are at the Village Plaza for a fee), but there are a number of bathrooms scattered around. We saw deer in the campground every day. The shuttle bus stops at the campground entrance.
One for the more dedicated RV-er
A fairly clean, well laid out site this, very convenient for the shuttle into the park itself, which is simply spectacular. Reasonably priced too given the location, at around $35 a night. Facilities, however, are sparse. Toilets seemed to be limited (in the men's restroom at least) to 2 stalls and one urinal for the entire park. Maybe I missed some, but I don't think I did. Showers are a good walk away at Mather campground, and you'll need $2 IN QUARTERS to get an 8 minute shower. This was not advertised anywhere, so don't be caught out without change. If you're happy being self contained then all well and good. Based on location alone we'd go back.