Hualapai Lodge at Peach Springs

On the longest stretch of original Route 66, it's the primary starting point to explore the raw canyon landscape by whitewater rafting and off-road touring.
The Hualapai Lodge in Peach Springs, Ariz. Photo courtesy of the Hualapai Nation

The Hualapai Lodge in Peach Springs, Ariz. Photo courtesy of the Hualapai Nation

The Hualapai Lodge is situated on the longest stretch of highway left of the original Route 66. It is the primary starting point for travelers looking to explore the raw canyon landscape via whitewater rafting, off-road touring, hiking, fishing, hunting and more. The hotel is a perfect point for starting your trip with Hualapai River Runners, the only one-day Grand Canyon whitewater rafting trip.

The Hualapai Lodge is the gateway to the breathtaking drive on the only road leading to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

Amenities include free WiFi, heated pool and spa, and fitness center.

Diamond Creek Restaurant at Haulapai Lodge

Located right in the Lodge, Diamond Creek Restaurant's reasonably priced menu features delicious and authentic Native American specialties such as the Hualapai Taco and Stew with fry bread, plus fresh grill items and all the favorite American menu selections. The staff welcomes special requests for dietary needs or discerning palates. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Hualapai Legacy Package

This lodging package includes hop-on-hop-off shuttle to Eagle Point, Guano Point, and Hualapai Ranch.

For more information:
Grand Canyon West Reservations and Hualapai Tourism
(888) 868-9378 or (928) 769-2636
Peach Springs, AZ


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