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We stayed at the Canyon Motel and RV Park in late January in our RV. The accomodations, especially over winter, were perfect. Office employee Tina Sutherland was absolutely wonderful and personable. Price was the best for the area. I'd highly recommend giving this RV Park...More
We stayed there whilst on a Grand Canyon Road Trip with a group of friends and we were delighted staying in one of the Cabooses! It was like nothing we have ever stayed in before and we loved it.
Kevin and Shirley were really helpful...More
Conveniently located off I-40 about a half hour west of Flagstaff and about an hour south of the Grand Canyon, the Canyon Motel and RV Park was a perfect location for sightseeing the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff area. The staff was friendly and welcoming and...More
This is our second time staying at the Canyon Motel. It is our lodging place of choice when in northern Arizona. There is NOTHING that can beat the experience of staying in a red caboose for children! My kiddos were thrilled beyond belief when we...More
My family and I are repeat customers who last stayed here in November 2010, and have enjoyed each stay. The kids love the train cars, and my wife and I enjoy staying at a historic Route 66 location. The refurbished 1940's rooms are an excellent...More
US$62 - US$119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Cedar_Park_chump | Reviewed this property |
The air conditioning was probably not strong enough to get the room ice box cold, but it met our needs. If we remember correctly. The big advantage to being in Arizona is that you don't have to worry about the humidity. I... More
The air conditioning was probably not strong enough to get the room ice box cold, but it met our needs. If we remember correctly. The big advantage to being in Arizona is that you don't have to worry about the humidity. I would book to stay there in August.
Response from Shirley Y | Property representative |
Yes we sure do... we are surronded by the Kaibab National Forest and most of our guests love to take there pets into this area. This is Mother Natures backyard and pets can run free here and enjoy themselves!
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"Definitely stay in the Train Carriage or Caboose"