Grand Canyon West - Diamond Creek Restaurant

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Hualapai Diamond Creek Restaurant

The Diamond Creek Restaurant in the Hualapai Lodge is the perfect place to enjoy a bowl of Hualapai stew while browsing the internet on their free Wi-Fi. Stop by after touring the Grand Canyon Skywalk.

For more information:
Hualapai Tourism, Grand Canyon West
(888) 868-9378


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