Navajo National Monument Camping

Canyon View Campground


April 1 through September 30




This simple campground is a tenth of a mile away from the visitor center on an unpaved road. It is free and quiet, and has fine canyon views on both sides. There are 16 sites, three of which are good for group camping. These group sites can be reserved by calling (928)672-2700. There are pit toilets, charcoal grills, and no water; water is available at the other campground. People enjoy this campground for its silence and spectacular night skies.

Sunset View Campground


Open All Year


This campground with paved roads is close to the visitor center, has 31 small sites with picnic tables, charcoal grills, and parking spaces. The comfort station has restrooms, a camper service sink, and running water. No hookups are available; RV's are limited to 28 feet or less. The campground is first-come, first-served. In the winter, campers should be prepared for cold temperatures and snow. The terrain is sandstone and pinyon-juniper forest; the campground is private and restful.

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