Beautiful area, but not a place to sleep in late. Most campers arrive in the evening and leave early the next morning, making a ruckus in the process.
Bathroom was nice and clean, and having it heated was so nice in October at over 7k elevation.
The dish washing sink mentioned in a previous review is turned off during the colder months. There is a place to get water in the grey water disposal area, but the spigot is close to the disposal basin, so who knows what has been splashed on the spigot, so bring your water.
Verizon and AT&T data without WeBoost, but both are pretty weak.
Seriously good. Free grey water dump stations, clean bathrooms, picnic table at each site. 10/10
Stayed here in our short skoolie on our way to CO. Nice little campground with clean bathrooms, a picnic table at each site, and a place to wash dishes/dump gray water. Doesn’t get much better than that for a free campground. Would absolutely stay here again.
Quiet place with some shade…pulled in late at night and was able to find a nice spot.
Drove all the way up here and all of the campgrounds are blocked off as of 3/12/2021. Looks like a cool place though!
The CG was 3/4 full, but everyone was quiet. Verizon cell service basically non existent. I would stay here again!!!
They have a bathroom (no showers) but an outdoor sink for washing dishes. They also have trash cans, and the place is very nice and quiet. There's a few nice little hikes where you can see the old cliff Indian dwellings from the 1300's. The road getting there is paved, a little rough, but nothing too drastic. Our 20-foot trailer handled it just fine. The camping site spaces are short—good for anything shorter than 28 feet. I got a slow, but usable internet signal via data roaming.
Perfect spot if your on the way to or from the grand canyon . Running water at the bathroom flushable toilets and a camper sink. All paved roads and you get to experience yhe Navajo National Monument