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Yes it is Max length. Not necessarily because of difficult to navigate roads, but rather due to the amount of traffic at the park and the spot sizes are just that limited.

Are you planning on towing a small vehicle or are you intending to just drive in with your RV?

Thinking about the last time we were at the Canyon, the parking lots aren't necessarily built or meant for a big RV but we drove our car there and I wasn't looking at the RV spaces.

One thing you might consider is taking the RV to Williams, AZ, camp there and then take the train up to the Canyon in the morning, spend the day at the South Rim and then take the train back in the afternoon.

https://www.thetrain.com/

One suggestion I have is that if you're intending to ever visit Yosemite in CA, I can guarantee you DO NOT want to camp in the park... Impossible to get and you can camp just outside the park. Similar story there as you are limited in vehicle sizes due to the nature of the roads so you'll need to pull a car with you as I think there are some spots on that road that are 25' max vehicle.

HereIGo
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