Grand Canyon Ranch - DUPE - OLD OWNERSHIP

Two-Night Stay at Grand Canyon Ranch in Northwestern Arizona

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Working Cattle Ranch with Horseback Riding and Rodeo Demonstrations

The Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail winds about 1,300 miles from its trailhead in Nauvoo, Illinois, to Salt Lake City, Utah. During its heyday, the trail helped nearly 70,000 Mormon pioneers—including Brigham Young, who made the first crossing in 1846—escape religious persecution. Today, at Grand Canyon Ranch, covered horse-drawn wagons still escort guests along a small section of this historical trail. The ranch’s history is just as rich as the trail’s—it’s near springs that were home to the Cohina tribe thousands of years ago, and it was once owned by a notorious cattle rancher and gunfighter.

Grand Canyon Ranch—a 2.5-hour drive from Las Vegas—is still a 165-square-mile working cattle ranch. The owners raise corriente cattle, which are bred for their speed and dry wit; see them in action at the Western Arts Rodeo Arena, where professional wranglers demonstrate roping and cutting techniques. Venture into the surrounding wilderness on a guided horseback ride that passes scraggly joshua trees and herds of wild buffalo, or take a helicopter tour, which flies over 19 miles of the western rim of the Grand Canyon.

Keep chilly desert nights at bay with warm bedding in an authentic Native American tepee hand-painted with traditional symbols. This Getaway also includes daily western-style breakfasts served in the historical ranch house.

Meadview, Arizona: Desert Landscape Surrounded by Red Rock Canyons

Grand Canyon West, a tourist destination owned by the Hualapai Nation, is just 15 miles east of Grand Canyon Ranch. Although the area is not a part of Grand Canyon National Park, it showcases similarly breathtaking views of striated red rock canyons and the Colorado River. Some of the best views are visible from the Skywalk, a U-shaped glass bridge suspended 4,000 feet above the canyon floor. While here, hike to scenic vistas or take a walking tour of authentic Native American dwellings, where you’ll see live performances.

Drive about two hours east to get to the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Largemouth and striped bass and bluegill crowd the lake’s waters, making it an ideal spot for canoeing, picnicking, and fishing.

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

What You Get

Two-night stay with daily breakfast ($15 value/person)

  • Option 1: $149, stay for two adults in a standard tepee (up to $368 value)
  • Option 2: $169, stay for two adults and two kids 11 or younger in a large tepee (up to $398 value)

Book by: 10/1/12
Travel by: 10/31/12

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

Amenities

  • Nightly campfires with live country-western music
  • Roping and wrangling demonstrations
  • Onsite restaurant and bar
  • Horseback and wagon rides available
  • Helicopter tours of the Grand Canyon available

The Fine Print

  • Must book by 10/1/12 or promotional value expires
  • Must complete travel by 10/31/12
  • Limit 4 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift
  • Limit 1 per visit
  • Valid only for option purchased
  • Reservation required, subject to availability
  • 72-hour cancellation policy or fee of applicable one night's stay applies
  • Must be 18 or older to check in
  • Credit card required at booking
  • Valid for Standard or Large Tipis
  • 5.25% tax not included.

Other Details

Room Details

In All Available Tepees

  • One double bed (an additional rollaway bed may be added to larger tepees)
  • Standard occupancy: 2
  • Maximum occupancy: 2 in standard tepees; 4 in large tepees
  • Adding occupants above standard: in large tepees only, $50 per night for each additional occupant 12 older; two kids 11 or younger included in deal

Hotel Policies

  • Check in: 3 p.m.
  • Check out: 11 a.m.
  • Parking: free
  • Rollaways: no charge
  • Smoking policy: no smoking inside the property
  • Pet policy: pets are not allowed inside the property.
  • Accessibility: handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
  • Room upgrades: not available

Getting There

  • By plane: about 110 miles from McCarran International Airport (LAS)
  • By car: about 125 miles from Las Vegas

Traveler's Tips

  • To get to Grand Canyon Ranch by car, you must drive over about a mile of unpaved road.

Customer Reviews

13 Ratings

The ranch was one of the greatest experiences I have had. So much to do. We even did the horseback ride in the sunset. It was beautiful and so clean. The cabins were adorable and comfortable. The best part was the most tender flavorful steak!!!
Natisha · May 15, 2014
The cute cabins the sunsetting.
Ecktor · January 14, 2014
Nothing I would change. It was amazing! ") I woild recommend it to anyone. A great getaway from th city with a partner or just to gey away grom the city.
Ecktor · January 14, 2014
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