This National Forest Campground is located within the North Kaibab District just 7 miles north of the entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park's North Rim. In addition to the unmatched views available in the park, visitors to DeMotte campground can enjoy excellent scenary and plentiful wildlife on the Forest. The North Kaibab is known for its large mule deer and the black bodied, white tailed Kaibab squirrel which lives only on this isolated plateau.

Guided hikes and horesback rides are available at nearby concessions. A number of trails and roads provide access to the National Forest and unique views of the Grand Canyon.

Attractions:
Camping.
Sightseeing.
Wildlife viewing.
Access to the North Rim of Grand Canyon.

Facilities:
23 single unit sites with tables and cooking grills.
Drinking water.
Toilets (flush).
Concession services nearby & gasoline, supplies, restaurant, telephone.

Fee: $10 per vehicle per night up to 6 people/site. Tents, trailers, and small motorhomes are allowed, but no utility hookups are available.

Season: May 15 to November 1 (depending on snowfall).

Elevation: 8760 feet

Location:
25 miles south of Jacob Lake on AZ 67
7 miles north of the Park entrance to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.