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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Of the three Corridor Trail campgrounds, Cottonwood is by far the most rustic, has the fewest sites, and the smallest sites. But you'll get a picnic table, a box for storing food, a metal pole to hang your backpack, running water (usually) and nice pit...More

Thank drbking
Reviewed 9 July 2018

We stayed two nights at Cottonwood. We hiked South Kaibob trail to Cottonwood on the first day, Cottonwood to the north rim and back on day 2 and then Cottonwood up Bright Angel on the third. It was very warm bordering on hot when we...More

2  Thank TravelingBilli
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

This campground was fine as far as it having water and bathrooms. It was a place to stop on the rim to rim. But, this campground has NO cover. It is so hard to keep out of the strong sun here. Other campgrounds had overhangs...More

2  Thank hailikpn
Reviewed 31 December 2015 via mobile

Cozy canyon. Worth the 7 mile hike from Bright Angel campground even without the rim trip. The Box and Ribbon Falls excellent. Water and toilets. Easy stream access. Private camp sites. Slightly cooler than BA. Watch the ravens.... They can open your zippers!

3  Thank AMY L
Reviewed 20 September 2014

We camped here overnight as we climbed in and out of the canyon from the south rim and loved it. Nice secluded camp sites, water, toilets and picnic tables plus decent campgrounds. 8:00pm quiet curfew good, allowed plenty of time for rest. Make sure you...More

4  Thank Millie R
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Offers 14 campsites. Less
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Cottonwood Campground Hotel Grand Canyon National Park
United States > Arizona > Grand Canyon National Park
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"No rooms available at the tiny primitive campground, and reservations/backcountry permits are required to..."
27 Jan 2014
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