Best Northeast Arizona Campgrounds
Cottonwood Campground. This sometimes cramped and noisy campground has RV and tent sites right in Canyon de Chelly. Indian Hwy. 7 near Canyon de Chelly Visitor Center, Chinle 928/674–2106www.nps.gov/cach.
Goulding’s Good Sam Campground. Views of Monument Valley are the draw at this clean, modern campground. Monument Valley Rd., off U.S. 163 just north of UT/AZ border, 24 miles north of Kayenta, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park 435/727–3231www.gouldings.com.
Mitten View Campground. Sites are crowded together, but most offer spectacular views of Monument Valley. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, near visitor center, Monument Valley Rd., off U.S. 163 just north of UT/AZ border, 24 miles north of Kayenta 435/727–5870 www.navajonationparks.org.
Navajo National Monument Campground. Beautiful and serene with no fee, this campground has no hookups, and open fires aren’t allowed (you must use camp stoves). AZ 564, Shonto 928/672–2700www.nps.gov/nava.
Spider Rock Campground. Cordial Navajo owner Howard Smith makes everyone feel comfortable at this informal campground nestled in low piñons within a few hundred yards of the canyon. Indian Hwy. 7, 10 miles east of Canyon de Chelly Visitor Center 928/781–2016www.spiderrockcampground.com.
Wahweap/Lake Powell RV & Campground. This campground in the Wahweap Marina complex, which is run by the National Park Service concessionaire, has views of the lake and serves both RVers and tent campers. U.S. 89, 5 miles north of Page near shore of Lake Powell, Wahweap 888/896–3829www.lakepowell.com.
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