Grand Canyon Caverns Inn

Mile Marker 115, Route 66, PO Box 180, Peach Springs, Arizona, 86434, United States
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Well, depending on where you...

by purvee

Well, depending on where you will be in AZ, accomodations range in pricing.. However, you should stay in smaller towns out side of the city/attraction you will be at, they are with in driving distance, say 20 or so miles but the price difference is worth it.. For example, say you want to stay in Las vegas, and hotels are either booked or pricey.. you can stay either in laughlin or if you want to stay in laughlin, you can go across the river and stay in bullhead, still cheaper.. same with Grand Canyon, stay in either Flagstaff or Williams on the way to Grand Canyon.. Grand Canyon itseld only has 1 hotel and is usually booked a year in advance.. I tell people to make a town called Kingman their base to explore Arizona.. From Kingman, Vegas is 80 miles, Laughlin is 26, Lake Havasu is 40, Grand Canyon Caverns (These are actually underground caves which were used in the WW and is an interesting place with historical information on AZ), and about 180 Miles from Grand Canyon, and 140 from Sedona.. YOu can Make Kingman your base to explore various areas around there for few days and then move towards Grand Canyon and then down to Phoenix areas.. Hotels in Kingman are usually very cheap.. it's a tourist town, or transient rather.. so usually get a good room in a nice hotel for $20-$30 a night.. Ofcourse another thing I always tell people is bring your tent and just camp out.. becareful of mountain lions and wild coyotes.. though if you find a good area, it's usually good.... and bring something to brush off the bullheads (little brush like things which can sting you, plants).... Also depending on the time of year, be wary of weather... Keep lots of water... enjoy!!

Go to Grand Canyon National...

by purvee

Go to Grand Canyon National Park, Even Grand Canyon Caverns, Lake Havasu, Jet Ski through the Colorado River in BullHead City while enjoying the casino night life across the river bed to Laughlin, NV. Go 4 Wheeling or Dirt biking is a must on any arizona off roads.., skiing at Dessert Bowl in Flagstaff, and Ofcourse, don't forget the natural Blue Turquoise Hot Pools in Sedona... Growing up, hiking and camping in remote areas of AZ, walking through dry river beds or during rainey seasons walking through knee level waters of floods and rivers.. (Dangerous ... do only if you know the river and flow well)... Ofcourse hanging out Laughlin is always good too.... You actually can win money in Laughlin vs. Vegas.. and you can actually save money there too:) it's much cheaper then Vegas and only about 50 miles away..

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Address: Mile Marker 115, Route 66, PO Box 180, Peach Springs, Arizona, 86434, United States