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Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim. Western cabin or Pioneer cabin? Cookout?

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I'll be traveling with my husband and my Mom to the Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim in a couple of months. I've reserved a Western Cabin (Standard View) and a Pioneer Cabin (Rim Side) and I obviously need to choose which one I want to keep. Does anybody have any tips? They both seem to have pros and cons.

I would also like to know if anybody has any opinions about the Cookout. Is it just for kids? Fun for adults? Is it worth the price?

Thanks!!

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