Kaibab Camper Village

1 mile SW of Jacob Lake Inn off Hwy 67, Jacob Lake, Arizona, 86003, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Jacob Lake

The Grand Canyon from the other side

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh

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Woke up a little early to try to make this ranger tour that starts at 8:00 on the North Rim. We are about an hour north of the canyon in a town called Jacob Lake. The drive to the North Rim was great. The Pinion Pines were all over the place, tall and majestic. About a quarter of the way was a large section of burned off pines. Halfway there you …

Day 15- A Dam Grand Day

A travel blog entry by ai_firestone

14

Today was a long but great day. We got up at 5.30 to drive to our pick up point for our Grand Canyon tour (which we had to shift from sat to today as we mis-read our pickup times for our camper-van). We jumped on the bus and started with a tour up to a ranch in Arizona via the Hover Dam. ( which is the only project in USA government history that has come in under budget and ahead of schedule). This is very impressive and puts the Clyde Dam in Cromwell to shame (though the electricity ...

Off the beaten path

A travel blog entry by darrylg

32

... Ugly ( cue up Clint Eastwood western music). I met a nice couple from the Netherlands who saw the Grand Canyon by telling the ranger they were turning around but just kept going! I love that spirit! We *****ed about the government screwing up vacations. Before we parted ways they gave me a line on another primitive road with awesome scenery. They turned around because the road became unpassabe by car. I continued on. A few miles ...

The Grandest of Canyons, from a New Perspective

A travel blog entry by keralajs

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In 1952 the first Cinerama Theater opened in New York City with its first film, "This Is Cinerama," and I saw it the following year. I was sitting in a plane, flying over a vast forest. Suddenly, there it was: the Grand Canyon, beneath me. I nearly fell out of my seat, and from that moment I would not rest until I had visited the Grand Canyon. We got to the South Rim in 1997; it was wonderful, we even hiked a third of the ...

Grand Canyon from the Top

A travel blog entry by farnie10

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by Mel

After Havasupai we took it easy for a while and just joined the hordes of tourists who visited the Grand Canyon carpark... Sorry, I mean the South Rim. However, as crowded as it was luck was on our side! Doing our first sweep of the crowded car park a familiar Aussie accent hailed us and recognising the Aussie flag in Tonka's front window told us to back up and take his soon-to-be vacated car spot! Noice!

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