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Hualapai Ranch

At a Glance

    Pros

  • front porches have relaxed desert views
  • rustlers tell tall tales and strike up a tune at campfire programs
  • dining room serves meals all day long

    Cons

  • no phones, Internet, or TVs

Hualapai Ranch Review

Accommodations at Hualapai Ranch, the only lodging on the West Rim, are available as a package through Hualapai Tourism, and hotel rates ($153 per person) include continental breakfast, either lunch or dinner, a Hualapai visitation permit, and shuttle service to the rim overlooks at Guano Point and Eagle Point. Cabins are clean and neat, but also very small and unassuming. The front porches make for a good place to sit and unwind after a hectic day exploring the sights at the West Rim. The cabins are adjacent to a small "Western" town, where visitors can pose for snapshots, sign up for guided horseback tours and wagon rides, watch gunfight re-enactments in the dusty streets, and visit a petting zoo.

    Hotel Details

  • 26 cabins.
  • Rate includes some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-26-2013

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