Guest Ranches & Cabins

A vacation to Grand Canyon National Park is a Western vacation. Remember City Slickers? Well, this region is full of guest ranches. Whether you want to be a “dude” that’s catered to, or a guest that “roughs it” or even works at a real ranch, you can find it here.

Another type of rustic stay is in a cabin or cottage. Make yourself at home in your own private place to stay in the wilderness.

The Caboose Suite at the Canyon Motel. Photo by YouTube

8 Eccentric Places to Stay Near the Grand Canyon

Don’t let your road trip to the Grand Canyon sound just like your neighbors’ vacation. Set your trip apart – stay at unusual lodging along the way. Read More...

Phantom Ranch Cabins at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. NPS photo by Michael Quinn

Canyon Bottom | Phantom Ranch

Comfortable oasis nestled tucked beside Bright Angel Creek on the north side of the Colorado River. The only lodging below the Grand Canyon Rim. Read More...

The View Hotel has spectacular views of Monument Valley on the Arizona-Utah border. Photo by Dave Krause and Hotel courtesy

Monument Valley | The View Hotel

Navajo-owned business in the Tribal Park at Monument Valley. Stay in one of our 95 hotel guest rooms, a private, secluded cabin, or camp with an RV or tent. Read More...

Mormon Lake Lodge Cabins

Mormon Lake, AZ | Mormon Lake Lodge

45 mins to Flagstaff, 2 hours to the Grand Canyon. Western-styled log cabins, motor-lodge style guestrooms, RV park and camping. Horse rides, restaurant & saloon Read More...

Bright Angel Lodge in the Grand Canyon. NPS photo by Micheal Quinn.

South Rim | Bright Angel Lodge & Cabins

A National Historic Landmark. Designed by famed architect Mary Jane Colter. Just a few feet from the Canyon rim, it’s the check-in point for mule rides. Read More...