Ten-X Campground

Colorado River Grand Canyon, Arizona

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Ten-X Campground

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  • Every campsite is beautiful and spacious!- Ten-X Campground
  • And the stars are super beautiful at Ten-X Campground.- Ten-X Campground
  • Hammock trees everywhere!- Ten-X Campground
  • Plenty of flat spots to set up camp!- Ten-X Campground
  • Waking up just before sunrise at Ten-X Campground. Catch it on the rim if you can!- Ten-X Campground
  • Dogs are allowed in Ten-X Campground.- Ten-X Campground
  • There really isn't a bad campsite here.- Ten-X Campground
  • Wildlife may come and visit you.- Ten-X Campground
  • Perfect opportunity to sleep under the stars.- Ten-X Campground
  • One of two roomy group site at Ten-X.- Ten-X Campground
  • Sunset on the ponderosa forest.- Ten-X Campground
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Pros: 
Shady forest. Spacious campsites. Dogs allowed.
Cons: 
Campground can fill up. Reservations not available.
Region:
Colorado River Grand Canyon, AZ
Managed by: 
Forest Service
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservation phone number: 
877-444-67
Reservations possible: 
Yes
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Though it is not in Grand Canyon National Park, Ten-X is a terrific base camp for any adventures on the canyon's South Rim because it is located only 4 miles from the park entrance. Among the tall pines here in Kaibab National Forest you'll find a bit less bustle than within the national park, though this campground remains fairly busy throughout the open season from May to October.

A good choice for more than its proximity to the park, however, Ten-X is a pleasant setting with good accommodations. Sites are spacious, and each includes a picnic table, fire ring, and grill. Water faucets and toilets are spaced throughout the campground. All sites have parking for two vehicles, and pull-through parking sites can fit three vehicles or one RV up to 35 feet long. There are no hookups, showers, laundry, or dump station facilities.

A paved nature trail begins in the campground and meanders through the forest, providing a nice way to spend time with the family or walking the dog. Pets are allowed but must be on a leash at all times and never left unattended.

Most sites are first-come, first-served and non-reservable, so it's best to arrive early. Some sites can be reserved online at Recreation.gov, but you must book far in advance. If all sites are full, you can try your luck finding a site at Desert View Campground inside the national park. You can also find a spot to stay at-large in the surrounding national forest if you are prepared to camp with no amenities, minimize your impact, and pack out all your own waste.

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