Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park

DeMotte Campground

This National Forest campground is located within the North Kaibab Ranger District just 7 miles north of the entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park's North Rim.

In addition to the unmatched views available in the Park, visitors to DeMotte Campground can enjoy excellent scenery and plentiful wildlife on the Forest. The Kaibab Plateau is known for its large mule deer and for the tassel-eared, white-tailed Kaibab squirrel, which lives only on this isolated plateau.

Attractions Camping.
Wildlife viewing.
Naturalist programs at the DeMotte Campground Amphitheater.
Access to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.

Facilities Hardened roads and spurs.

38 single-unit sites with tables and cooking grills. Tents, trailers and motor homes are allowed, but there are no utility hookups or dump stations available.

Drinking water.

Vault toilets.

All facilities are barrier free.

Concession services are available nearby. Services include gasoline, supplies, restaurants, lodging, and telephone.

Fees $17.00 for the first vehicle, $8.50 for the second per site up to 6 people per site. Golden Age and Golden Access cards are honored. Check-out time is 2pm. Reservations are not taken for this campground.
$6.00 per bundle of firewood.

Season Of Use May 15 to October 15 (depending on snowfall).

Other Information Elevation: 8500 feet

Campground Layout Map

Map of North Kaibab Ranger District and vicinity

Contact Information North Kaibab Ranger District, 430 South Main Street, Fredonia, Arizona 86022
Telephone: (928) 643-7395

Kaibab Plateau Visitors Center , HC 64, US Highway 89A/Arizona State Highway 67, Jacob Lake, Arizona 86022
Telephone: (928) 643-7298 Monday thru Sunday 8:00 a.m. ? 5:00 p.m.


25 miles south of Jacob Lake on Arizona State Highway 67

7 miles north of the entrance to the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.