I stayed 2 nights at the Bright Angel campground in late April. It was unseasonably warm, the high was 100 on the second day at the campground.
It is first come, first served, and the shade comes and goes and comes during the day. Most of the campground has plenty of shade though. There are places to hang your backpack and each site has ammo cans to store your food and trash.
We had no issues with animals getting into things or scorpions :)
There were deer everywhere though. People do not phase them. There was plenty of places to get water and the bathrooms had running water for the most part.
It was great. I really enjoyed the say. I can't wait to come back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Open all year, this campground offers 31 campsites. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Bright Angel Campground Hotel Grand Canyon National Park