Kaibab Camper Village
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsKaibab Camper Village Jacob Lake
Nice wooded campground near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon
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<b><i><u>I Want to Sleep with You in the Desert Tonight...</u></i></b> ; 1:50am (MT): Gap, Arizona. After 6 hours of driving and 361 miles today (total mileage 1890). We ran out of steam with about 2 hours to go to the North Rim in Gap, AZ (this is 4:50am home time). We pulled off on the side of the road beside 2 …
Rise and Shine... 7:00am (MT): Jacob's Lake, AZ. Well the sun was up again around 5:15 this morning, but we managed to stay in bed until 7:00am. Got a pot of coffee going while Cindy and Margaret started fixing pancakes and bacon for breakfast. We took our time getting going this morning, but left around 10:30 to head to the North Rim again. …
We headed out early along Highway 89 to our way to the Kaibab Plateau in Fredonia. Along the way we saw the most spectacular scenery imaginable. Highway 89A was the turn we took toward Marble Canyon. Navajo Bridge crosses the Colorado River's Marble Canyon near Lee’s Ferry in AZ. Lee’s Ferry is the common launching point …
... to the cave it was a big cave with moss in the inside and were there was moss water came down. We read about this cave and it said in the winter where the moss is was icicles it showed a picture and it looked really cool. Then we went down to the sign again and up to the water fall we looked from the top and there was a big drop. We wanted to get to the bottom of the waterfall but we couldn't find out how. But then ...
... time along the way. As majestic and beautiful as it was we did a u-turn and headed back to the East entrance, foregoing Grand Canyon City and the two remaining viewing areas.
We made our first gas stop about 20 miles beyond the East gate, where H-64 intersects with H-89. We snacked up because there wasn't going to be a lot of lunch options between Cameron and our Jacob Lake destination. Navigating out of ...