Historic Route 66 starts in front of the Art Institute of Chicago and weaves through much of the country’s heartland en route to Southern California’s Santa Monica Pier. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime journey, often labeled as an integral “bucket list” item, especially for RVers. The… Continue Reading “Grand Canyon Caverns, a Quintessential Route 66 Stop”
Tours Are Closed | Motel, RV Park Open! So, virus got you down? Come stay, beautiful, nice, quiet, clean air, no crowds, clear sky, just a wonderful place to hang out! Plenty of space here, 800 acres, miles of trails SAVE 20 PERCENT! BOOK… Continue Reading “THANK YOU FOR VISITING US!”
Leaves from front of the cavern building, 15 and 45 min. past the hr, daily 10:15 am – 4:15 pm. Information & Reservations available in the Curio shop or contact us.
A Side Trip from the Grand Canyon You’re Used to 10/15/2018 My husband Jared and I recently took a trip (a 10 year wedding anniversary trip!) to a different area of Arizona’s Grand Canyon we had never been to – Hualapai’s Indian Reservation. I… Continue Reading “Grand Canyon Caverns Airport”
Call now to book 2018 white water rafting one and two day trips on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. Reservations: 928-422-3223 Ext 2.
Grand Canyon Caverns Hires Ghost Experts to investigate Cavern paranormal activity Mike Kadletz, business manager of the Grand Canyon Caverns, an Arizona Route 66 landmark for over 75 years has hired the OCGALT Paranormal team (Orange County Ghosts and Legends Paranormal Team) in Orange… Continue Reading “Are the Caverns Haunted?”
We are pleased to announce The Grotto Association of Arizona has given us permission to start taking guests into the newly discovered caves! The new tour, called the “Wild Tour”, is the first fully new cavern tour at the Grand Canyon Caverns since 1927.… Continue Reading “New Cave Tour!”
Watch this TV news article about our newly discovered caves!