Kaibab National Forest near Williams AZ - We got our 31' Class C RV backed into this spot just south of Grand Canyon Airport. It's about 1/4 mile from 64, accessible by a well groomed dirt road with a brown sign reading "347". <br /> <br />The site was just after "347FA" on the map. Only a few side road markings after the highway 347 sign. The entry to the side cut road is fairly deep, but we made it with the RV. Had to do a five point turn in order to back into the site, but was able to swing back out onto the dirt road in one swoop. <br /> <br />Fairly good AT&T cell service with data. Fire ring at site, but unable to use due to fire restrictions. The Kaibab National Forest website has a map that shows where you can camp and where you cannot. We were really excited about a "pull-through" site off 320, but found out it wasn't legal to camp there after referencing the map. <br /> <br />This is in the Tusayan district. <br /> <br />Plenty of other sites down these forest service roads, and the website map has dots on either side of the roads where it's legal to camp. We explored a few others in our sedan down that some road that we could have gotten the RV into, plus many more for tents or 4x4 trucks. Other sites down the road had less of a ditch to negotiate to get into the site. We were able to get our low clearance sedan into a few (not this one). <br /> <br />The first few sites you pass on 347 didn't look like they were legal to camp at based on the map, but that may be our interpretation, we didn't ask anyone. <br /> <br />We was clear and dry with a low in the 50's in June. Deep ruts indicated that 4wd May be necessary in the rain or when wet. Only had one other vehicle pass by around sunset.
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