Grand Canyon Camping
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Join our 2 to 8-day backcountry tours, with gourmet food and quality gear served up by the most experienced, knowledgeable guides with 20 yrs experience in adventure travel.
Pygmy Guides â€“ Hit the trails of Grand Canyon National Park for 1-5 days of fun for everyone. Waterfalls, ancient ruins, pictographs, wildlife and more await below the rim.
Campgrounds within the Grand Canyon National Park are operated by the National Park Service within its guidelines, restrictions and camping fees. Outside the park campgrounds area also available in the surrounding Kaibab National Forest. If you wish to camp anywhere within the Grand Canyon National Park other than developed campgrounds on the rims, a Backcountry Permit is required from the Backcountry Information Center.
There are two main types of camping permitted at the Grand Canyon: camping in "developed" campgrounds where vehicles and campers are allowed; and backpacking and camping within the canyon, which requires a Backcountry Permit. These are necessary for camping in the North Rim, South Rim, or Tuweep. Find rules, information on permits and how to reserve camp spot here.
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