Grand Canyon National Park Clear Creek

The Clear Creek use area is currently designated as at large camping with the following exceptions: No camping in the Clear Creek drainage from its mouth at the Colorado River upstream to the first major side canyon entering from the east, and between the North Kaibab/Clear Creek Trail junction and Sumner Wash, a distance of two miles. There are several campsites along the Clear Creek Trail on the Tonto Plateau. At Clear Creek, there are four campsites along the creek. They are not designated, but are recognizable.

BE AWARE THAT THIS AREA MAY BE SUSEPTABLE TO FLASH FLOODING!

Squirrels, mice and ravens will attempt to get at your food. No food storage is provided in Grand Canyon's backcountry. Please protect your food from wildlife and the wildllife from human food. A dehydrating toilet is located between the trail terminus and the Clear Creek drainage. Human waste and toilet paper are the only items that can be placed in the toilet.

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