This site was found because we arrived too early at the NF campground, so the option to boondock came about. As you approach the Tusayan from the south, you’ll see a roundabout just before the village of Tusayan. About 100 feet past the roundabout on your right, you’ll find a nicely kept dirt road. As you proceed up the hill on that road, you’ll see that there are actually multiple boondocking opportunities here.
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All of these sites are quite wonderful, and it’s nice and quiet as well.
The Kaibab National Forest is close by and offers 300+ miles of trails and other activities such as boating and fishing. Also close by is the Arizona Trail, a crushed rock trail that makes walking, running, or biking much easier.