Most RVers just aren't interested in dispersed camping, and that's okay. We're sitting down here by the campsite at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, and it is full, full, full. Reservations are required well in advance of your trip. It is also dry camping everywhere. It's also not free.
If you're still not intrigued by the idea of cruising on in on your own schedule, choosing a quiet section of the Kaibab National Forest, and putting out a couple of lawn chairs, I've added a picture of the Canyon for you to enjoy while I have nothing interesting to say.
But, you protest, I want to be near the Grand Canyon while I camp! I can't do that if I'm camping for free in the quiet forest!
In fact, you can be ON the Rim, if that's your desire. Looking out your windows to the other side of the Grand Canyon. On a good gravel road, just a few easy miles from the main road. Just outside Grand Canyon National Park. But, I'll save that for another post.
For now, here are a few campsites we admire. I've added the main Park complex for perspective, in the south of the map.