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2 RV Parks near Many Farms, Arizona
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Many Farms. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Many Farms in the left hand column.
Sites: 93 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 60 Reviews
Sep 2019 - $14.00
For us, Canyon de Chelly NM, Cottonwood Campground, was OK for a one-night visit; it's not a destination CG we would choose to spend more than a day or two. CG PROS: Nightly fee only $14; most sites paved with level parking pads; most sites well-spaced from nearest neighbors; nice mixture of shaded to full-sun sites; dump station located near CG entrance; cell service OK (Verizon 2-bars); short driving or walking distance to Canyon de Chelly Visitor Center. CG CONS: Only first-come-first-serve CG, no reservation accepted; dry camping only; potable water only available from several CG water spigots; restrooms dated and not always super clean; sharp-barbed stickers imbedded in grass/weed ground cover surrounding many campsites; no park internet; and park staff and/or park security officers frequently not available to provide info or answer questions. - Kona Boy
Sep 2018 - $14.00
Dry camping with dump station, Mostly shaded, Somewhat tight navigation, Very quiet, Good Dish Sat from my site, AT&T data fluctuated from 2 bars LTE to 4 bars 4G. I was here to visit the Canyon de Chelly National Monument which is right next door. There were very few campers here during my stay. Generator hours are from 6:00 am to 8:30 pm. - Lugnuts
Jul 2018 - $14.00
Very nice campground! No hookups, shady sites. It was very hot and three dogs made themselves at home under my RV to keep cool. I reported it to the office but was told that they belong to someone who lives in the area and just 'hang out' in the campground during the day. They were nice dogs and I gave them water. Drove the park road in the cooler morning and it was really beautiful. Roads are excellent and the viewpoints have ample hiking. There was one guy surreptitiously hawking souvenirs at one of the viewpoints which is not allowed, according to signs. - mockturtle
Sep 2011 - $10.00
Spider Rock is a pristine, isolated, glorious spot for DRY camping, 9.7 miles inside the Park entrance, on a good paved road. Potable water and dump site are available; primitive toilets are clean. Campground host is accommodating and helpful. A mellow guy. He also gave us a private jeep tour of the Canyon. This is a peaceful, perfect spot: one which we hated to leave. - Rob Denholtz
Jun 2011 - $10.00
We found this campground to be a wonderful, "real world," Colorado-plateau, mesa-top experience. Unlike another local park (which, while a nice enough, shady, campground in a cottonwood grove, is NPS "plain vanilla,"with little separation from your neighbor), the campsites here are tucked among the pinion-pines and junipers found on top of the mesa. It is hard-soil dry-camping, bring your own drinkable water; the toilets are outhouse (but well-maintained), so we mostly used our own. The owner and his dog were extremely friendly and lead outings into the canyon, and the rates ($10/night for tent or pop-up) are good for a private campground. Big class A's and B's, and big trailers, might have some problem negotiating the campsite roads to the better sites, which wind among the trees, but for those of us with smaller trailers, no problem. - T. Fitz
Mar 2011 - $15.00
The web page for this campground is deceptive. If you like camping in a landfill or in a debris field after a major earthquake: then you will love this place. I wasn’t sure if it was the abandoned trailers with broken windows or the plywood lean-to pit toilets that was the most disgusting. We called the listed phone number and left a message. Never received a return call. Drove the 9 miles from the park visitor center and attempted to make contact in the office which was surrounded by debris and trash. No one at the office or anywhere on site. Nothing is level and you can’t tell the muddy roads from the campsites. The Cottonwood campground is fine. Spider rock is not worth the drive from the visitor center. Put this on your do not camp list! - plm