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My family and I stayed at Canyon Village campsite for 4 nights. We had two side by side campsites. From the check in process forward we were pleased with the site. It is a well run, very centrally located campsite. Campsites are not on top...More
This campground is so peaceful and beautiful. Wonderful shaded sites. We were 2 adults and 5 children and teens. Everyone really enjoyed this campground very much! The sites all have picnic tables and fire pits with grates. And there are trees everywhere - nice tall...More
The site we got was extremely small for fitting a 9x7 tent which it was meant to fit. The trees were so tight the tent barely squeezed in. The dishwashing facility between the restrooms only has freezing cold water but at least you can wash...More
Staff and facilities here are great. It's a real "National Park Campground" feel and enough room at the sites to not see into your neighbour's windows. Stayed in an RV in June - chilly at night. Sites not completely level so be prepared for that....More
I loved our stay here! While it did get pretty chilly at night in early June it was a wonderful camp ground. The only improvement I could think of would be to add electric at the tent site. The staff and facilities were great. You...More
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Greetings! Yes, the campground loops and main road at Canyon Campground are all paved. The campground is graded with the upper loops, E and F, being higher up in elevation, and the A and B loops being lower in elevation... More
Greetings! Yes, the campground loops and main road at Canyon Campground are all paved. The campground is graded with the upper loops, E and F, being higher up in elevation, and the A and B loops being lower in elevation. Having been located at site B50, right off the main campground road, we would regularly see bike riders whizzing down the hill, which was quite entertaining and slightly terrifying! You would be able to access the amphitheater via bicycle from any campsite. Have fun!