Grand Staircase Natl Monument Visitor Center | Water

United States

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Visitors center for the national park in Kaibab, UT. Hose bib for potable water on back side of building, 15' from pavement, in front of the handicapped parking sign.

24/7 access to water. Free.

The center itself is only open on weekdays, closed weekends.

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Checked in with the friendly staff at the Visitors Center who said we could fill our RV with potable water today. It is near the accessible parking and was easy to back the travel trailer up to without a lot of vehicles in the parking lot. Need your own hose.

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Here on Sunday June 4 2023. The water is off.

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Still locked up. Literally with a cap and a lock. Looks like it's closed for good.

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Locked up, no access. 2 bars Verizon. 40 character req is stupid ;-)

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The spigot is still locked up for winter

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Currently tap is closed, certainly for the winter.

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We were able to get water at the spigot in the front no problem. Was cool and tastes good. Came after hours and we're able to attach a hose. But needed some length to reach the car.

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The water spigot has a lock on it now. Water is also shut off at the fountain upfront

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Great spot for water. Couldn't get our MH close enough to fill as we had our "toad" on, but it's definitely doable with a long hose.

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Spigot is on the back of the building, closed on Sundays (and Mondays too I think) so it's easy to fill up water without being in anyone's way. We had to back our trailer up onto the walkway a little to reach with our 25ft hose. The spigot is threaded, so you can attach. See photos for configuration.

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Still available as of 2/9/22. Not the spigot by the front doors. Go around back for the other one. It’s kinda hard to notice at first but it’s there! No need to ask permission.

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the water spicket is to the left of the building.

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Water 💦 Free.
On the side near bathroom.
Just perfect! 😁

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Bathrooms were locked but water was on. Nice place

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The water is turned off, unable to get water here. The Silver Eagle next door has a spicket, though.

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exactly where it said it was. quick and easy back on the road!

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Perfect spot, right by restrooms. Spigot is not threaded so you'll need a jug or a hose with a spout sleeve of some kind, approx 15' from spout to curb. Awesome staff and very kind.

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Easy access potable water hose. Asked first. Great find!

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Visitors center for the national park in Kaibab, UT. Hose bib for potable water on back side of building, 20’ (6.5m) from pavement, in front of the handicapped parking sign. Sufficiently long garden hose is attached to fill an RV.

24/7 access to water.

The center itself is only open on weekdays, closed weekends.

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