DeMotte Campground

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Address: /td> Jacob Lake, AZ
Phone Number: (520) 643-7395
Website: Demotte Campground
Latitude   36.424    
Longitude   -112.131    
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Site Quantity: 38 Pad Type:
Price: Under $20 Quality:
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
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Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Demotte Campground Details

In addition to the unmatched views available in the Park, visitors to DeMotte Campground can enjoy excellent scenery and plentiful wildlife on the Forest. The Kaibab Plateau is known for its large mule deer and for the tassel-eared, white-tailed Kaibab squirrel, which lives only on this isolated plateau.

Recreation near Demotte Campground

Kanab Creek Wilderness

Flowing from its origin some 50 miles to the north in southern Utah, Kanab Creek and its tributaries have cut a network of vertical-walled gorges deep into the Kanab and Kaibab Plateaus. Within these walls lies a maze of water and wind carved fins, knobs, potholes, and other intricately sculptured forms. Elevations range from near 2,000 feet at the river to 6,000 feet at the rim's edge. The upper reaches serve as a winter range for the Kaibab mule deer. Vegetation is varied and sparse except for heavy riparian growth in the creek bottom. There are few dependable water sources here for man or beast during the summer months when temperatures approach 120 degrees. A number of trails lead into this rather hostile environment but many are poorly marked and infrequently maintained. Limited and arduous access to the Kanab Creek area adds a measure of remoteness that says this is truly wilderness.

Hull Cabin

Located just one mile south of the Grand Canyon, Hull Cabin is the oldest surviving historic cabin near the Grand Canyon’s south rim. This rustic cabin was built in 1889 as part of a sheep ranch, and was acquired by the Forest Service in 1907 for use as a ranger station. In 1985, the cabin was listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Hull cabin is located in a secluded stand of old-growth ponderosa pine forest. The location provides easy access to 360° views from Grandview Lookout tower, hiking, equestrian and mountain biking opportunities on the Arizona Trail, and fishing at Russell Tank. The small Hull Tank, located on the cabin grounds, is a prime watering hole for wildlife including elk, mule deer, black bear, wild turkey, javelina and numerous birds and raptors. If you are lucky you may even be able to spot a California condor.

Directions to Demotte Campground

DeMotte Campground is located within the North Kaibab Ranger District just 7 miles north of the entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park`s North Rim.

25 miles south of Jacob Lake on Arizona State Highway 67and 7 miles north of the entrance to the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.

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