When you stay at the Yavapai Lodge in Grand Canyon National Park, you’ll be experiencing a piece of the park’s history, but you’ll also be actively participating in its future. Take an elevator 22 stories down to a room that sleeps six. Come explore Arizona’s vast landscape and the grandeur of the Grand Canyon with safari-inspired glamping accommodations in Valle, Arizona. Directions from Valle, Arizona (via Hwy 64). You will make two 90 degree turns and the last 0.7 miles will be unpaved. Set off on an outdoor adventure with the comforts of home at hand and explore 2,000 miles of shoreline with incredible scenery at your own pace. More Information: From U.S.: 888-29-PARKS (888-297-2757); International: 303-29-PARKS (303-297-2757)www.grandcanyonlodges.com/lodging/phantom-ranch. Book a package with Grand Canyon Railway Hotel to ride the train to the park and stay in Williams, Ariz. However, you must have advanced reservations to stay and eat at this popular lodge. Come explore Arizona’s vast landscape and the grandeur of the Grand Canyon with safari-inspired glamping accommodations in Valle, Arizona. At night, you’ll find cowboys leading sing-alongs around the campfire and free S’mores fixings. The railcars are not available during the winter. Our glamping resorts boast fantastic views, quiet secluded locations, a host of activities, and of course, one of the county’s National Parks right on your doorstep! South Kaibab trailhead is the first stop on the Green Line. Original Grand Canyon Teepee Under the Stars #3 - Tents for Rent in Williams, Arizona, United States Coming by train? Wake up to a traditional Navajo breakfast of blue corn hot cereal with seasonal fruit and coffee and Navajo tea. More Information: 800-482-3955thecanyonmotel.com/williams_az_motel_railway_car_rooms_suites.html. Read how we use cookies and how you can control them in our Privacy Policy. Exclusive monthly Under Canvas news, camp openings, and deals. Enjoy all the amenities of our traditional Safari tents plus a private adjacent tent with two twin beds which is perfect for kids. A bathhouse with private stalls, including hot showers, flushing toilets, and sinks are conveniently located close to your tent. Western-styled log cabins, motor-lodge style guestrooms, RV park and camping. This layout is designed for families looking for a unique addition to their luxury glamping adventure. Getting There: The South Kaibab Trail is located near Yaki Point near Grand Canyon Village, Ariz. Because of the popularity of this area and extremely limited space, you are not allowed to park at the trailhead. You can also click on the Google Map image below for directions from Williams, Arizona to the GPS coordinates of our camp. We are working hard to get this resolved, but in the meantime please compare your navigation system with the directions provided below. Designed by famed architect Mary Jane Colter in the 1920s, it’s the only lodging below the canyon’s rim. Follow the road (and the white Under Canvas signs) for 2 miles. Stay in the loop on all things Under Canvas! Our tents are comfortable enough to rival a hotel room, and come with the added bonus of being right in the thick of the great outdoors. You can stay in a tipi and eat a traditional Navajo breakfast, go on a buffalo safari at a dude ranch or search for ghosts in a historic hotel. Valle, AZ 86046 The Stargazer offers all the luxuries of our Deluxe Tent with a viewing window above the king bed. Experience the Beauty of the American Southwest. ***The street address for our camp is newly registered and navigation apps may route you to an incorrect location. By continuing to use our site or by closing this box, you affirmatively consent to our use of cookies. Unlike the South Kaibab Trail, the Bright Angel Trail offers multiple places, including Indian Garden,  where you can refill your water bottle. Once you’ve spent your day experiencing the beauty and adventure of the area around our camp you can return to our luxury tented safari camp and unwind in style. If you are up for an adventure, spend the night in a refurbished railcar at the Canyon Motel And RV Park in Williams, Arizona. With a dirt floor and no electricity or running water, spending a night in a Navajo Hogan at the Shash Diné Eco-Retreat is an unforgettable cultural experience. Equipped with two double beds, a living room and a queen foldout sofa, there is nothing living down in the cavern but you. People have reported the TV turning on or off or feeling cold male hands touching their faces at night. Just off of historic Route 66 in the heart of Flagstaff’s downtown, this historic hotel was built with money raised by novelist Zane Grey and local citizens, opening on New Year’s Day 1927. Notice: JavaScript is required for this content. The only lodging below the Grand Canyon Rim. Our cabin-style Safari tents offer plush king size beds and a wood-burning stove to keep the tent warm at night. Horse rides, restaurant & saloon. Antelope Point Marina(800) 255-5561537 Marina Parkway N-22-B MP 4, Page, AZ 86040www.foreverresorts.com/antelope-point-resort-and-marina, Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas (888) 896-3829 100 Lakeshore Drive, Page, AZ 86040www.lakepowell.com/houseboating/houseboating-experience/, Bryce Canyon Cabins at Ruby's Inn in Utah. Enjoy these upscale accommodations in the heart of nature. By continuing to use our site or by closing this box, you affirmatively consent to our use of cookies. Exclusive monthly Under Canvas news, camp openings, and deals. Great Smoky Mountains: May 28 – November 30, Lake Powell – Grand Staircase: April 1 – October 31, 2021, Great Smoky Mountains: April 1 – November 29, 2021, Grand Canyon: April 15 – October 25, 2021, Mount Rushmore: May 6 – September 27, 2021. reservations@undercanvas.com. Or go for a wagon ride pulled by two Belgium draft horses and view buffalo from the wagon. Camp in the established Tuweep, De Motte, and Jacob Lake Campgrounds, at Kaibab Camper Village, or at dispersed camping in the national forest. Otherwise, hikers will need to take the village bus (Blue Line) to Canyon View Information Plaza and transfer to the Green Line. It’s well worth it to do a backcountry day tour of the area as the Monument Valley Tipi Village guides give you a real sense of place from sharing Navajo stories to showing you hidden trails.