East Side Highway 67, Grand Canyon NP

North Kaibab Ranger District

Kaibab National Forest

Free Camping Near Grand Canyon National Park

The east side of Highway 67 takes Forest Road 611 to several other forest roads (610, 216, 2650, et al). Dispersed camping is allowed all throughout these roads. It's recommended you download the Motor Vehicle Use Map (see Downloads below) and keep it on your phone for later reference.


North Kaibab Ranger District

Kaibab National Forest

District Office

Tel: (928) 643-7395


GPS: 36.3976, -112.1247

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: 14 days in a 30 day period

Amenities: None

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Camping Along the East Side of Highway 67

Conditions along these roads are firm packed dirt suitable for any vehicle, however the further you go down these roads the conditions get bumpy with places were water pools from rains. It’s best to always take 4WD vehicle because there are very few places to turn around.

While there are miles of roads with dispersed camping, previously-used campsites are few and far between along the north side of the Canyon. You may find yourself driving for several miles before you find an open site. But if you manage to get into one, you’ll encounter a lot more peace and quiet along the north side of the canyon.

Wildlife up here is more elusive just because there are fewer campers throwing food at them. But they are still everywhere if you’re patient enough.

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Motor Vehicle Use Map, Front Side - North Kaibab Ranger District, Kaibab NF, 2018

Motor Vehicle Use Map, Back Side - North Kaibab Ranger District, Kaibab NF, 2018

Dispersed Camping Guide - Kaibab National Forest, 2020

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