Indian Hollow

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Picture courtesy of the Kaibab National Forest


Indian Hollow is located on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and sits at an elevation of 6,300 feet. This first come, first serve campground is open year round and is used primarily as a Trailhead camping spot. The Thunder River Trail 23 is 15 miles which leads into the Grand Canyon.  This campground also makes a great starting point to explore the Kaibab Plateau and other various forest trails.

Need to Know

  • 3 Tent and RV sites up to 32 feet- no hook ups
  • Dispersed Camping
  • No cell Service
  • 1 Vault Toilet
  • No water

Getting there

Starting from Fredonia, you’ll drive about 1 mile east on US Highway 89, and then turn right on Forest Road 22. 30 miles- turn right onto Forest Road 425.  G

How to Book/Resources

Campground Website: Indian Hollow Campground

Contact Kaibab National Forest  (928) 643-7395 or visit their website.


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