Grand Canyon Caverns
Home of the largest dry caverns in the United States, The Grand Canyon Caverns and Inn offer over 800 acres to explore on your next vacation.
You can stay at the Caverns Inn, located conveniently at the entrance of the Grand Canyon Caverns.
After getting settled into your room at the Inn, it’s time to go on an adventure of a lifetime. Are you ready to explore the Grand Canyon Caverns? An elevator takes you 210 feet below the earth's surface. That is a very long distance. It’s equivalent to a 21 story building!
There is lots to do around Grand Canyon Caverns and the activities could easily fill up a week. From horseback riding in the day to site seeing at night on the night sky observation deck. You can visit the Supai waterfalls or drive the Diamond Creek Road. Diamond creek road is 17 miles of well maintained hard packed gravel road leading to the shores of the Colorado River 4,000 feet below the rim of Grand Canyon. This was a favorite of Teddy Roosevelt! Once you take the drive, you’ll know why.
If you like to go camping, the Grand Caverns and Inn has 50 full hook-ups sites for RV’s of all sizes and special spots surrounded by the privacy of full grown trees without hookups but with potable running water. Private flush toilets with hot shower are available for all campground and RV guests.
Visit the Grand Caverns web site to get all the details necessary to plan your next vacation.