Cameron Trading Post Hotel

Highway 89, 54 Miles North Of Flagstaff, Cameron,
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Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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On the edge of the Grand Canyon

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 16, 2012

We traveled off season but we had some taught that there could not be free rooms in Grand Canyon area and thus we decided to stay on Cameron. Empty town, almost middle of nowhere but it was excellent place (only one major issue). It was in really nice environment, I think in eastern root of Grand Canyon, check pictures, it is really a scenery. Rooms were clean, nice and okay equipped.

The issue is drinks. It's in deep Indian area, selling beer, wine and spirits is prohibited. One can stand one day, at least :)

If you fly by Google Earth, you find that the place is located in the last corner of one Grand Canyon branch and the place is for practising next day trip (if you didn't come from the canyon), there is a small very nice Canyon!

Unique Quality: Garden and the Scenery.

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Overlooking the Canyon

by written on December 28, 2008

When we stopped and ventured around, we thought this was a really neat area and this trading post has all the amenities that travelers are looking for. Overlooking a beautiful Colorado River gorge, this lodge is part of the historic Cameron Trading Post. The rooms are decorated in Native motif with hand carved furinishing. Make sure you get a room that overlooks the back so you can see the gorge from your balcony. A beautiful gardens is secluded so guest can enjoy and take a leisurely stroll. Grand Canyon lodge offers a restaurant, gift shop, Native American art gallery, and market.

Directions: Off of Interstate 40 and Highway 89

East Grand Canyon Access

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 19, 2006

This is a good location, if you’re coming from the north or northeast, as you can go directly onto the East Grand Canyon Access Road (Route 64) early the next morning.

We eat in the restaurant, with its antique furnishings and metalled ceiling.

Unique Quality: This place has a huge souvenir shop, the Historic Navajo Trading Post.

Close by, is an early metal suspension bridge over the river.

Directions: At the start of the East Grand Canyon Access Road (Route 64)

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Address: Highway 89, 54 Miles North Of Flagstaff, Cameron,

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Amenities at Cameron Trading Post Hotel

  • Restaurant
  • Free Parking
  • Free High Speed Internet

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