We stayed at Trailer Village over Christmas this year and it was very nice. It snowed about 6" the first day we were there but they plowed and sanded the roads almost immediately and we easily drive around with our non-4WD truck. The lowest temperature we encountered that week was 2 degrees F overnight which is pretty cold for us Texans. :)
As other's have said, it isn't the most picturesque campground in the world, but it is walking distance to the GC rim. It's also pretty reasonable at $35 per night with full hookups (disconnect your sewer hose when not in use though as the ravens like to poke holes in them....not sure why).
I say go for it.
We're here at the Grand Canyon and it is gorgeous as always. There is about 4" of snow on the ground but the roads are clear and there are about 25 RVs in Trailer Village. Took the advice to come up 64 and there were no problems at all.
We're supposed to get some snow in the next couple of days and its supposed to get quite a bit colder. So far we are really glad we came on this winter adventure....thx for all the good advice.
The weather looks nice so we're going to stay at Grand Canyon Trailer Village next week between Christmas and New Years. We have a four season trailer (Lance 2285) and the temperature is supposed to get down to the low teens which is pretty cold to us Texans. :)
Anything we should be particularly vigilant about to deal with the low temperatures?
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2012 Toyota Tundra 5.7 pulling a 2012 Lance 2285