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Overview of Forest Road 241

Pad Type dirt

Open Seasonally Yes

Elevation 8,792 ft / 2,679 m

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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Reviews of Forest Road 241 2 people have reviewed this location.

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2 reviews

Reviewed 6/11/2021

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 1
Site Number: 241
Overall Rating

Would not recommend going at night. road was hard to maneuver gave us the creeps when we got there. multiple campsites no charge. do not start wood fires in the summer goes for the whole park big no no even if you see a pit it’s propane only do not get caught by a ranger big fine. went on a weeknight pretty private semi hard to find if busy on weekend not much tree coverage because of previous forest fires.

Site Quality

Oklahoma would stay here again

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Dare To Everywhere
Dare To Everywhere
Denver, CO
Buick Verano
31 reviews
“Didn't actually stay / Bare forest”

Reviewed 10/19/2020

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 0
Site Number: N/A
Overall Rating

"Visited": 10/6/2020

Site: N/A

Vehicle: Hyundai Rogue

Equipment: Tent

This is located along Grand Canyon Highway - Highway 67, within Kaibab National Forest.

We were looking for a place to stay near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. We scoped this area out before going into the park, to decide if we wanted to stay here or go further along our route. We decided to risk it, and drive further towards Marble Canyon later that afternoon.

We didn't really notice any sites on the drive that we took through. There was another road that took a left, and seemed like there might be more room there - although that was a different named FR. The colors were pretty in the fall, but there weren't any big trees and privacy and shade could be an issue. It was in a burn area and everything was thin and bare.

We gave up after not finding any open spaces and not loving the vibe. It didn't seem like anyone really camps here. The Arizona Trail cuts through here, and that was the only tiny open area that we saw.

Great location to North Rim, maybe we just needed to keep driving further.

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