Picnic Guide: Arizona
Kaibab National Forest
a short distance from the Grand Canyon Rim, Indian
Hollow Campground puts you close to some of the
most spectacular scenery of any National Forest
North Kaibab Ranger
District, 430 South Main St.
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Hiking trails provide access to the
Thunder River Trail in Grand Canyon National Park and to a
network of Forest trails in the Kanab Creek Wilderness. This
area within the North Kaibab District is excellent for hiking,
sightseeing and wildlife watching. Rare desert bighorn sheep are seen
50 miles south of Fredonia on Forest
Roads 422, 425 and 232. 17 miles southwest of Big Springs. Forest
Roads 422 and 425 are graveled, all-weather roads, however the last 4
1/2 miles on FR 232 are advisable for pickups or similar rough road
- Primitive camping
- Wildlife viewing
- Access to Kanab Creek Wilderness
and Thunder River Trail in Grand Canyon National Park.*
- 3 single unit sites with tables
and cooking grills.
- Toilet (vault)
- May 1 to late November (depending
- *Permits to hike in Grand Canyon
National Park can be obtained from the Grand Canyon National Park
- No swimming.
- Pets must always be restrained or
on a leash.
- Motorbikes may be used only to
enter and leave the area.
- Arizona fishing license required
for anyone over 14.
- Only electric boat motors (1 HP or
- No dump station provided; no waste
water drained onto ground.
- 14-day stay limit.