Forest Road 307, Grand Canyon NP

Tusayan Ranger District

Kaibab National Forest

Free Camping Near Grand Canyon National Park

Forest Road 307 might place you furthest away from Grand Canyon's visitor center and main attractions, but it offers some amazing boondocking sites with gorgeous views of the desert landscape. The best sites are within the first two miles from its entrance from Highway 64.


Tusayan Ranger District

Kaibab National Forest

District Office

Tel: (928) 638-2443


GPS: 35.9224, -111.7522

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 on Forest Road 307

The best sites are found along truck trails that run partially up the hillside. There are about eight of these within that first two miles. Road conditions on these trails are rutted and bumpy, and can be soft and muddy during wet weather. They’re better suited for 4WD vehicles with small trailers, though it’s not uncommon to see campers that have pulled larger rigs.

There are also a lot of trees growing close to the road and will certainly brush across your shiny paint job if that’s a concern.

However, these campsites place you about 20 miles from the town of Cameron for fuel and basic supplies. It’s a great mid-point between Grand Canyon National Park and the some of the attractions to the east like Lee’s Canyon and Little Colorado.

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