Area Status: Closed
Most people come to this campground because it is located on the main access route to the Grand Canyon's North Rim, which is 44 miles to the south. However, campers at Jacob Lake don't have to drive at all to take advantage of excellent opportunities for hiking, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing. Jacob Lake Campground offers 51 camp sites and is located 30 miles south and east of Fredonia at the intersection of US 89A and AZ 67, which are both paved highways.
Reservations for campsites at Jacob Lake Campground can be made through the Recreation.gov website or via telephone at 1-877-444-6777.
The group campground is adjacent to Jacob Lake Campground and features two group sites that can accommodate up to 100 people each. Reservations for the group campground can be made through the Recreation.gov website or via telephone at 1-877-444-6777.
For additional information on Jacob Lake Campground, please contact the North Kaibab Ranger District at (928) 643-7395 or the Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center at (928) 643-7298.
Jacob Lake Campground Access Map
Campground on the Kaibab" Images Album
At a Glance
||Generally open May 14 to Oct. 15 for overnight camping, depending on weather.
||Generally open May 14 to October 15. Dates vary depending on weather conditions.
||Jacob Lake Campground
Jacob Lake Group Camp
- Campsite (up to 8 persons) per night - $18
- Extra vehicle per night - $9
- Group size 10 to 35 people - $80 per group per night
- Group size 36 to 75 people - $120 per group per night
- Group size 76 to 100 people - $150 per group per night
||May 14 - Oct 15
||Late Spring to early Fall.
- Check out time is 2 p.m.
- Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash.
- It is strictly forbidden to drain wastewater onto the ground.
- All campgrounds limit campers to a 14-day stay.
- Tents, trailers and small motor homes are allowed, but there are no utility hookups available.
||Drinking water for daily personal use.
||America the Beautiful, Senior and Access Passes are honored.
30 miles south and east of Fredonia at the intersection of US 89A and AZ 67. Blacktop highways.