At DeMotte Campground, you can go on a picnic, sight-see and view wildlife. You can also hike through the spruce-fir and Ponderosa pine forests and see spectacular views of the Grand Canyon.
Located 25 miles south of Jacob Lake, on the Kaibab Plateau, this campground sits on the Forest edge of DeMotte Park which is the largest of several beautiful meadows on the Plateau. If you want to learn more about the area, there are programs available. For supplies or a service station, Kaibab Lodge and a Country Store are nearby.
One unique feature about this campground is it’s home to many species of birds and wildlife, including the tassel-eared Kaibab squirrel, which is found nowhere else in the world.
Need to Know
- No Hook Ups
- No Group Sites
- 38 Single Family Campsites
- Cooking Grills
- Fire Rings
- Tent Pads
- Drinking Water is available
- Accommodates tents, trailers, and small motor homes
From Jacob Lake on US 89A, go 25 miles south on Highway 67. Take a right just after you pass Kaibab Lodge.
How to Book/Resources
For fees and reservations go to the www.recreation.gov website or call: (928) 638-1960
Contact Kaibab National Forest (928) 643-7395 or visit their website.