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Reviewed 26 November 2017 via mobile

A ways down bright angel trail. It’s a good stop if you need a break. But nothing from a view or anything. Bright angel trail is great though. Well maintained. Water and restrooms. It’s easy to follow.

Stayed: November 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 27 September 2017

We hiked for 3 days and two nights in the Grand Canyon. After hiking in the hot blistering heat what a joy to reach this beautiful site which has a cool stream running through it, toilets and fresh water.
Don't forget to walk to the Plateau Point for a great sunset view.

Stayed: September 2017
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Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

Indian Garden was great. There are covers for shade at the campsites. The rangers came out and introduced themselves. Also, there is a nearby creek to cool off. Water and bathrooms are easily accessible. There is lots of wildlife like deer and squirrels that are used to people so they just stroll around the grounds near you. Also, the mile and a half hike from here to the plateau lookout was my favorite.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

I can't improve upon RaktimRay's evocative description below but wish to clarify something: the junction he mentioned is the 2.4 km (one-way) trail to a Plateau Point (where the water was not working a few days ago.) It did not seem well marked as he said but we were coming up and so weren't tempted to take the wrong turn. It would be pretty evident if you did as it goes north at a pretty consistent elevation with minor ups and downs but your trail to the river trends gently downhill right away. However, it is on a temporary diversionary path due to trail maintenance. If you are going down the bright angel trail, you will be directed left, the way he says to not go! But it is a short diversion and hopefully will not be in place long.
However, imagine our surprise when, coming up from the river heading for the rim, we saw a sign warning "bright angel trail closed!" We sure didn't relish going all the way back down and up south kaibab! Thankfully it was only a brief misunderstanding due to somewhat of a mislabeling! Only that brief stretch was closed.
Even though it was early season, there was quite a queue for water but it was cold and delicious and we found it, after the tortuous devils corkscrew, a delightful oasis of rest and hydration before the even more demanding switchbacks above on the way to Grand Canyon village. How I wish to someday spend a night here!

Stayed: April 2017, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

This campground is well maintained and the park ranger couldn't have been friendlier. She answered a lot of our questions and gave us suggestions on how to add to our experiences. Don't forget to enter the lottery if you want to camp here as so need a permit.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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