Genuine Pine Cabin Accommodations at the Historic Grand Canyon Western Ranch:

Midsize cabins feature a queen size bed, single bed in loft area, sleeping cot, bathroom with tub or shower and fireplace or heater.  

Genuine Pine Cabins:

All cabins are detached, each one custom built, have beautiful woodwork interiors, porches all with spectacular views and containing authentic western artifacts such as saddles and wagon wheels.

The cabins are open year round. Our western standard cabin has a queen size bed, full separate bathroom with an antique cowboy bath-tub or shower and fireplace or heater. Midsize cabins feature a queen size bed, single bed in loft area, sleeping cot, bathroom with tub or shower and fireplace or heater. Large cabins feature a queen size bed, two single beds in the loft area, full separate bathroom with an antique cowboy bathtub and fireplace or heater. Daily maid service is included. Genuine Pine Cabin stays at Grand Canyon Western Ranch are available year round.
    AMENITIES AVAILABLE:
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Professional musicians provide live western entertainment (complimentary)
  • Campfires at night (complimentary)
  • Helicopter flights of the Grand Canyon
  • Horseback and wagon rides to view our wild buffalo herd
  • Roping, professional Wrangling and other western demonstrations in our Rodeo Arena
  • Overnight campout
     

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Grand Canyon Western Ranch, 3750 E. Diamond Bar Rd., Meadview, Arizona 86444 U.S.A.

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