November 2017 Grand Canyon Caverns Newsletter

Grand Canyon Caverns

November 2017 Grand Canyon Caverns Newsletter

Dear Friends of the Caverns,

Continuing beautiful weather, but subtle signs of the impending winter, are everywhere. As we prepare for the holidays, we wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! We are very thankful for the support of all our wonderful Friends of the Caverns.

Sincerely,
John McEnulty
Partner, Grand Canyon Caverns


This month @ the GCC:

  • Activities right now:

    Exploring Hiking Rafting Horseback Riding Lodging RV Campground Tent Camping Animal Park Beer Food

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  • Winter

    We have been spending quite a bit of time preparing for the upcoming winter. All the motel rooms have had their heaters cleaned and tested, and each motel room has a bathroom heater, which is terrific for those chilly nights. From raking leaves, to winterizing structures, there is a lot that must be done above ground. Now, underground it’s a different story, as the temperature in the caves is always pleasant and the weather is always perfect for a hike or adventure!

  • Campground and RV Park

    The campground and RV park have been staying busy throughout the fall, even as the weather has cooled. While they will remain open year-round, as winter approaches the dedicated restrooms and showers will be closed. Porta-potties will be positioned at the bathroom entrance, and showers will be made available at the motel. We have firewood for sale, and with the restaurant just a short walk away, the campground and RV park at the Grand Canyon Caverns will remain a good option while traveling along Route 66 – all winter long.

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  • Cavern’s Offseason

    The offseason brings reduced hours and activities at The Grand Canyon Caverns. We strongly encourage you to call ahead call ahead to verify hours and to make reservations. Cavern tours run daily, year-round, as weather is never a problem! The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner during the winter. Most other activities are open but may be limited by weather. As always, free breakfast for Motel guests and Campers / RVs staying with us is offered daily, year-round.

    See our offseason hours »

About the GCC:

The Grand Canyon Caverns, the largest dry caverns in the United States, is located on Route 66, just East of Peach Springs, AZ and over 200 feet below the surface. Stop by and take a tour, you won’t be disappointed! Directions To Grand Canyon CavernsDirections To Grand Canyon Caverns