Where To Stay on Your Grand Canyon Vacation

2016 Travel Alert

The National Park Service is celebrating its 100th year in 2016 and the parks will be having extra events, programs… and visitors! Book your lodging and campgrounds early to avoid disappointment.

Where should I stay on my Grand Canyon vacation? That is one of the most frequent questions we receive at MyGrandCanyonPark.com and the answer is there is an abundance of lodging both inside the park and throughout the Canyon area.

Featured Lodging

Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim

Grand Canyon Lodge

Hotel and cabins with the best views at North Rim

Yavapai Lodge

Yavapai Lodge

Newly remodeled hotel & dining at South Rim. Pet friendly.

Ruby's Inn in Utah

Ruby’s Inn

Near Bryce Canyon Park in UT. 2.5 hours to North Rim

Lodging and Camping Inside and Near the Grand Canyon

Inside the Park, there is a hotbed of campgrounds for both tent and RV camping. Or you can choose from historical lodges with modern conveniences to rustic cabins with clean towels and quiet nights. Near the Grand Canyon, in gateway towns you can find popular chain hotels, independent resorts, and campgrounds.

Lodging and Camping by State

If you’re taking a road trip to the Grand Canyon, you’ll want to check out our Lodging by State section below for great places to stay on your way.

Lodging and Camping by Type

A Grand Canyon vacation is a memorable experience. Make it even more special by splurging for a night or more at one of the area’s guest ranches or resorts. Is roughing it more you idea of fun? Link to our pages below on campgrounds, or RV parks.

Featured Lodging

Talking Stick Resort

Talking Stick Resort

Scottsdale, AZ hotel, casino, spa, shopping, and dining

Mormon Lake Cabin

Mormon Lake Lodge

Cabins, RV, & camping 2 hours to South Rim

Cayon Hotel & RV Park

Canyon Motel & RV Park

Unique railcar suites 1 hour to South Rim