Daily Caverns Tours 9:30am- 6pm

Caverns Suite
RV Park
Motel Rooms, Bunk Houses, Theme Rooms and Lodging
Radiator Springs Gas Station
Gift Stores, Convenience Store
Hiking Trails

Opening Soon:  the Restaurant and Grotto

Keeping Safe. On the tours, at your request, the only ones taking the elevator trip down and up are the people in your party and the tour guide!

Call 928–422-3223 option 1 for motel, option 2 for tours


115 Mile Marker AZ-66 Peach Springs, AZ 86434

Motel: 928-422-3223 option #1

Caverns: 928-422-3223 option #2

Email: [email protected]

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A Place to Stop...In the Absolute Middle of Nowhere!

Located at mile marker 115 along Old Route 66, the Grand Canyon Caverns & Inn offers guests and visitors the chance to take a moment and step back in time to the heyday of the “Mother Road”. Whether you are a visitor to our network of caverns 21 stories below the surface, a hiker about to start your adventure to Havasupai falls, a rafter about to embark on a one or two day rafting trip, a family traveling to see the wonders of the Grand Canyon, or you are just passing by and decide to have a slice of pie and say hello, the Grand Canyon Caverns offers something for everyone.

Our short and standard tours run every day except Christmas day. During the summer, our hours are 9am – 5pm with tours running every half hour, while our winter hours are 9:30am – 6pm. We also offer the Wild Tour and the Explorer Tour by reservation. To book any of these, you can call our Curio Desk at 928-422-3223 option 2.
You may also chose this option for booking our Canyon Suite or the Grotto Restaurant.

A stay at our Inn Includes free WiFi access in all of our 48 vintage motel rooms as well our three bedroom Ranch House, Bunk House Village, and the public areas in the lobby and back patio by our gardens, A playground for our littlest guests to burn off that extra energy, flat screen televisions with Blu-ray/DVD players upon request, a Lending Library, free pool access in-season, free parking and complimentary continental breakfast.  


Imagine, if you can, spending the night in the oldest, darkest, deepest, quietest, and largest suite room in the world. Imagine, 220 feet below ground, in a cavern that took 65 million years to form, in a room that is 200 feet wide, 400 feet long with a 70 foot ceiling.

Cavern Grotto

An Underground Dining Adventure

The “Cavern Grotto” is open for business! Our brand new, deep underground cave restaurant, the Cavern Grotto is now taking reservations. Now is the time to reserve a seat for one of the most amazing dining experiences possible!

To get to this restaurant, you’ll need to take an elevator. You’ll be taking it down—21 stories down—into a 345-million-year-old cave network that stretches 60 miles to the Grand Canyon.

Reviews From Our Guests & Visitors

Grand Canyon Caverns
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Casey Ames
Casey Ames
03:18 03 Jun 20
Great if you have never been to any other cavern. For the U.S.'s largest dry caverns it was great. The fact it was used... as a nuclear fallout shelter was interesting. When you go, don't follow the GPS off from route 66. Just continue driving down route 66 to mile marker 115 and you will see the entrance. It looks shady from the road but it is a good cavern. Friendly more
Slate The Great
Slate The Great
21:43 28 May 20
We loved this place. Kids were fascinated of the caverns. HO SEE THIS!
17:10 03 Apr 20
Best tour to the carvens, not crowded when I was there. The tour guide was nice and informative. History of the cave is... very fascinating. And the drive there is a lot less traffic and more more
Steve Kummer
Steve Kummer
03:48 13 Mar 20
This place is literally in the middle of nowhere in the desert -- tumbleweeds, sagebrush, junked out cars, and a very... lonely Historic Route 66. I was skeptical at first, and thought my wife was playing tricks on me. I was pleasantly surprised.There is a full service restaurant and gift shop here, but the attraction is the underground caverns. The geology of the caverns is interesting as well as its history as a nuclear bunker. They still have rations in this place from the 1960s nuke scares and civil defense preparedness. The cavern is available for weddings and as an overnight hotel room, and there is also a can have lunch in the cavern as well. The food is decent and the waitstaff are friendly. Was definitely a unique experience. I recommend more
Jessica May
Jessica May
18:33 22 Feb 20
The Standard Tour is a great tour to take! Dino was our tour guide, and he made some awesome jokes while we were there.... I will say, there is a bit of climbing on the standard tour, so if you have asthma or knee problems, please be advised this tour may not be for you. Dino was very considerate, and made sure each member of our group was okay, and keeping up. The natural formations down there were so amazing!read more
Wonder Dave
Wonder Dave
21:51 13 Feb 20
Ray was great tour guide. Lots of fun history and scientific information. Neat place to visit. I doubt my phone... pictures provide the scope of the more
Christine Gentry
Christine Gentry
19:51 29 Jan 20
January is a slower tourist time and our visit was so enjoyable. The staff are so personable, friendly and helpful. I... felt that they tried to notice what you were interested in with your visit and give information about it. I can honestly say that I had the best Patty Melt sandwich I've ever had at their Western Style with mining theme restaurant. My husband had a delicious and very large hamburger with onion rings on it. His fries were plentiful and thick cut fried to perfection. My coleslaw tasted yummy like my homemade. The cave tour is very well done with humor added in. This is a dry cave so no slick paths. Temperature in cave was 56 degrees with very low humidity. Handrails and lighting were abundant. Artifacts found in cave are on surface level. Gift shop was nice. There's a RV park that we liked and will use another year. The Radiator Springs entrance to the parking lot of the motel is a terrific theme using the movie Cars as it's model. Play and picnic areas are abundant. Overall it was a clean and fun experience that will bring us back for camping and more
James Glaskox
James Glaskox
17:19 30 Dec 19
This place was well worth the stop. You're already on old Rte 66, which is a sight filled travel route. The gas... station, inn, restaurant, & cavern is all sorta rolled into one big experience. Prices seemed reasonable, and the staff is helpful. The tour guides for the caverns are knowledgeable. The restaurant has excellent food at "fast food" prices. When you stop in; look around, ask questions, they are proud of their destination & are full of information. This location is best suited to those who are taking a road trip & seeing the sights along the way. If you're simply travelling by car & are in a hurry, you will not enjoy this place as much. If you're not into local history or memorabilia, you may not enjoy this stop either. The whole site & experience is continuously molding & upgrading. But, they still keep the small town, informal feel. Not a commercialized, overcrowded destination. Thank you to all the staff & management. I greatly enjoyed my visit!read more
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