Jacob Lake Campground

U.S. 89A and AZ 67, Jacob Lake, Arizona, 86022, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on U.S. 89A and AZ 67, Jacob Lake, is near Kaibab National Forest.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJacob Lake Campground

Reviewed by sjm904

Not bad

Reviewed Jun 20, 2014
by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

Was worried that it would be full on a weekend, but getting there early (1pm), there were plenty of spaces.

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Reviewed by tomandjulie

Where's the lake? :)

Reviewed Jun 15, 2013
by (2 reviews) Maricopa , United States Flag of United States

It is a nice little campground. We had a spot by the road and it was a bit noisy. The bakery at the inn across the street is not only close but it looks wonderful!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Jacob Lake Campground

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Jacob Lake

God's power in creation

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 11, 2014

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... with chips, homemade roll & salad and I had a Billy the Kid (kid's size) burger & chips & salad. All for $21. Around the restaurant were movie posters with labels as to where they were filmed in the area. it was very interesting. There was also a pianola that intermittently played approp. songs.
Kolob Canyons had a 10 mile scenic drive with various stop-off points for photos. It again had the massive red cliff faces, deeply etched ...

We descend into the Canyon

A travel blog entry by veger on Jun 16, 2014

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The alarm rings signalling 4 A.M. time to get up for our hike. We need to be this early to avoid the heat of the day. A quick breakfast of oatmeal prepared on the Jetboil, pack up camp, and head to the trailhead.

We will be going into the Canyon via the Hermit Trail an unmaintained, steep and rocky trail leading some 4000' into the inner canyon. We arrive at the trailhead, fill the water bladders in our packs, we each carry 6 litres ...

Alone on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon?

A travel blog entry by ronamoon on May 20, 2014

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We got away from the Overland Expo with the wind blowing very strongly as we cruised north along H-89. Passed The Gap with the rugged escarpment of the Echo Cliffs to our east and then took the road to the North Rim. All this area is Navajo nation land, which takes up a big chunk of Arizona's NE corner. One thing we did notice while there was lots of stalls selling native jewellery and the like and lots of ...

Hiking and Chopper tour

A travel blog entry by wolters on Sep 02, 2013

Waking up at **** o'clock to se the sun rise over Grand Canyon. Totally worth it. Afterwards we were driven to the visitor center, where we could take shuttles to the different hikes. Me and Jack was doing the Skeleton Point, whilst the others were doing the cedar ridge. But as we were going into the canyon, we were doing the hike differently from a other hikes we had done previously, as we were going ...

Grand Canyon Sunset

A travel blog entry by wolters on Sep 01, 2013

Drive to my highlight of the trip, the Grand Canyon. The tour leaders had a tradition to blindfold us, and lead us onto the edge of the Grand Canyon, so it could really take our breath away. It was amazing. Chills going through my body. After taking in the view, we drove to camp to set up tents and chill, before going back to the canyon for sunset pizza ...

Other places to stay in Jacob Lake

  • Kaibab Camper Village

    1 mile SW of Jacob Lake Inn off Hwy 67, Jacob Lake | Campground
    from $17
    Traveler rating: 2/5 Fair (1 review)