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Grand Canyon Wander Camp

16 sites · Lodging50 acres · Williams, AZ
After traveling the world extensively for over 5 years we discovered that there are few places as beautiful as the great outdoors. We live for untouched wilderness, gorgeous landscapes, and stunning sunrises. Thus Wander Camp was born, a Glamping Property with no boundaries. Finally an accommodation that enjoys traveling the world as much as you do. Wander Camp Grand Canyon is a rustic glamping accommodation, located in Dark Sky country, approximately 30 minutes from the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. Please be aware that you may encounter other groups during your visit. Our site features numerous glamping tents, and although it is nestled in a secluded area, you may still encounter other individuals. 4WD is recommended! BE PREPARED to drive on rural, unpaved roads, with the potential for both pot holes and large dips along the way. Parking is available as close to tents as possible, typically a short walk of 25-50 feet. Each of our large, waterproof canvas bell tents - 216 sq. feet, 16 feet in diameter and height - include low profile windows and a large netted door with double zippers for privacy. Inside you'll see they come furnished with not only the necessary camping furniture, but luxury beds with high thread count sheets, plush down comforters, pillows and blankets. A soft rug, side tables and leather wingback chairs give it that touch of home. We do operate completely off-grid which means no electricity is provided at camp. We provide solar lanterns in each tent for lighting, as well as solar lighted pathways throughout camp; however, you'll definitely want to make sure you take time to enjoy the darkness for star gazing outside of our tent.
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Switchback Tre's

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Williams, AZ
Peace and quiet near the Grand Canyon!
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Yö'ngö...

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Williams, AZ
Far removed from HWY 64 and the light and noise of other vacation rentals, Yö'ngö offers an exception view of the Milky Way Galaxy you won't find anywhere else. Secluded among the Pinyon and Pine trees in the high desert is this beautiful and luxurious geodesic dome. Yö'ngö is located about three miles from HWY 64 and about 20 minutes from the entrance of The Grand Canyon South Rim. We know you will enjoy our beautiful luxury dome with first-class amenities.
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The Moonshiner

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Williams, AZ
Bring your own bedding and an adventurous spirit, The Moonshiner awaits you! This is a unique no-frills camping experience, a perfect place to unwind, unplug, and stargaze from the comfort of bed. You will need to bring everything you may need for camping, besides shelter. Please read the entire description to make sure this is the right camping experience for you. It contains important information about what to expect, including condition of the local roads. The Moonshiner is a vintage 1968 camper on a private acre that has been lovingly renovated. She sleeps 2 people cozily on a shared pull out bed. There is no light pollution out here, so you can see the Milky Way most nights. Enjoy a HUGE skylight over the double bed for some of the best stargazing in the country! Guests have full private access to the camper and the surrounding yard. The camper is on a private acre and it’s all yours to do your thing. Your privacy will always be respected, and the property is laid out to ensure that. Please note that the camper does not lock from the outside, but you can lock yourself inside with a deadbolt. ❂ WHAT TO BRING ☽ Guests are responsible to bring whatever supplies you think you may need for a good camping experience. This may include items such as: water, food, sunblock, warm clothes, bedding such as sleeping bags and pillows, lantern, flashlight, headlamp, battery bank for charging devices, propane for the heater, firewood or charcoal, lighter or matches, cooking and eating utensils, paper plates, paper towels, wet wipes and toilet paper. ❂ COMPOSTING TOILET SYSTEM ☽ Instead of a normal toilet, we have a compostable camping toilet in an outhouse. You'll need to line it with a provided green compostable bag. Instead of flushing, use the provided scoop to add dirt, and put bag in the compost bin (sign posted) before you check out. There may or may not be toilet paper so we recommend bringing a roll. The high winds we often get will blow it away so store it safely. You will be expected to leave the toilet clean at check out. ❂ SHOWER ☽ There is a shower bag in the outhouse. If you want to use it, put some water in the shower bag, let the sun warm it up (or not - if you don't mind a cold shower!) and it's good to go. ❂ GARBAGE ☽ There is NO garbage service/disposal. Guests are required to follow our pack in, pack out policy which means take your garbage with you at check out. This includes used propane tanks and recyclables. Any compostable items, such as food, can go into the compost bin. ❂ ELECTRICITY ☽ We are totally off-grid and there is no electricity provided. Just a battery powered lantern. ❂ WIFI ☽ Most cell phones services work great out here, but there is no WiFi. ❂ COOKING ☽ There is a charcoal grill for cooking, that's it. You are required to bring your own charcoal and lighter fluid to use it and anything else you may need for cooking/eating. While there may be a few cooking utensils on site, we do not keep an inventory and can not guarantee what supplies are there. ❂ WATER ☽ There is NO running water here. Guests are required to bring whatever water they may need with them. This includes drinking, washing up water and water for the shower if you choose to use it. ❂ CAMP FIRES ☽ You are required to bring your own firewood for campfires. Local gas stations sell bundles. While there is usually some form of kindling material, lighters, or matches on site, we recommend bringing these items with you. There is typically a county wide fire ban during the dry summer, this can be anytime from May or June into August so you may not be allowed to have a campfire during these months. It is your responsibility to check for fire bans and follow the law. Search Coconino County fire ban for up to date information. Please feel free to ask me if you're having any trouble finding out this information. ❂ BEDDING ☽ We do keep some spare blankets in the camper, but guests are responsible to bring their own bedding of choice, such as sleeping bags and pillows. ❂ CHECK OUT ☽ We don't charge a cleaning fee, so guests are required to clean up after themselves and take all belongings, trash and recycables. Please see house rules for a breakdown of our checkout procedure. ❂ PETS ☽ Non-destructive house trained pets are welcome to join you. We don't charge pet fees, but you do need to add them to your reservation and follow the Pet Rules in the House Rules section of the listing. ❂ WILDLIFE ☽ Please understand that you are camping in the wilderness. Things live out here and you may come across them, especially in the summer. Bugs, mice, snakes, rabbits, elk, and cows are all common. ❂ THE HEATER ☽ There is a Mr. Buddy brand propane camping heater provided, however, guests are responsible to bring their own 1 pound propane tanks to use it. The Coleman brand propane is the most abundant and Walmart in Flagstaff has the best prices. Only use propane, don't use butane, or butane/propane mix. A tank will last roughly 4 hours. The heater is safe to use overnight but please be aware that once the propane canister runs out a small amount of gas will be let out into the air. Changing the tank also releases a small amount of gas. It is recommended to crack open the small vent windows below the main skylight for ventilation. Please note that propane heaters have difficulty starting in temperatures below 20°F. When staying in the winter, make sure you arrive before the temperature drops too low. Storing your propane tanks in a warmer place can help prevent this. ❂ ROUGH ROADS ☽ There is about mile of dirt roads between the property and highway 180 that can be rough, bumpy, and feel like off-roading in spots. Can your sedan make it here? Yes, most of the year. Though I can't promise that you'll agree. Most of the year is dry and we've had many guests drive a Prius here. If you drive too fast on the dirt roads, you'll damage your car and we take no responsibility for that. If you get yourself stuck in the snow/mud, we take no responsibility for that. Tow trucks are very expensive so don't get stuck. During Monsoon Season (mid-July through September), heavy rain is common. You can still drive your sedan here then, many locals have sedans, but you have to be cautious. The roads dry up fast and pools in puddles. Avoid driving on the dirt roads during a storm as flooding can happen when the rain is very heavy and the water is rushing to find its place. Get in or out of camp prior to or after the storm if you don't have AWD/4x4. Avoid large puddles and obviously muddy terrain in general, these are areas you can get stuck in. The wintertime conditions can be very extreme. From December into March, the dirt roads can get really bad, especially January and February when we get the most snow. The roads tend to have a constant freeze/thaw cycle that leaves them a muddy, slushy mess in the afternoon. When they're frozen over, especially in the morning, the dirt is much easier to drive on. Sometimes a 2wd vehicle can pass if the weather has been dry. You'll most likely need a 4x4 when coming here in the winter. If there is snow, your chances are getting stuck will increase as the dirt roads aren't plowed, even with an AWD/4x4. Use extreme caution during winter storms, snowfall can be heavy and you'll need enough clearance to make it in or out of camp. You may have to park near the highway and hike 1 mile to camp. Tire chains are helpful on the snow covered dirt roads for all vehicles. Pay attention to the weather report on last minute bookings and use your own judgment on whether you feel comfortable driving here.
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The Invisible Home |Grand Canyon|

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Williams, AZ
Welcome to our off-grid tiny home near the Grand Canyon, where nature takes center stage! ☀ Pets Welcome ☀This unique 100 sqft retreat boasts mirror sides, seamlessly blending into its surroundings ☀Only a 30 minute drive from the Grand Canyon entrance ☀Beautiful Stargazing It is highly recommended to come with an SUV/ car that has 4 wheel drive or all wheel drive
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RV Camp Site Close To Grand Canyon

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Williams, AZ
Great RV Camp Site Close To Grand Canyon 30 mi. Very Private Location A Few Minute Drive From Highway 180. The Camper Is Equipped With 1 Sleeping Quarter & Can Accommodate Up To 3 People. The Camper Is In Good Condition And Features Many Amenities To Make Your Stay Comfortable. The Property Is Completely Off Grid And Has Great Views Of The Surrounding Area. The Summer Temps Are 20 Plus Degrees Cooler Then Phoenix & Las Vegas. 33 Ft Camper With 2 Slide Outs. Feature Brand New Leather Power Reclining Sofa With Power Head Rest & New Queen Memory Foam Mattress. There Is A User Manual Onsite. The Camper Has All Basic Off Grid Features. Lights, Rest Room, Shower, Charging Station, Cell Phone & Device Internet Service Is Available In This Area. There Is A Store & Gas Station A Few Mins Away, Please Bring Ice. 50 Quart Cooler Onsite.
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Grand Canyon Eco Retreat

6 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Williams, AZ
Located on 10 off-grid acres near the Kaibab National Forest, Grand Canyon Glamping invites you to be immersed in the serene landscape of our Northern Arizona property. This is the native land of the Hualapai, Havasupai, Hopi, and Dine people. Awarded "Best Hipcamp in Arizona" by Outside Magazine! On our mostly untouched hillside you can disconnect from the day-to-day hustle, see local wildlife, lie back in a hammock, and have the chance to interact with the land in its unaltered form. Our number one goal is sustainability and we have built everything man-made here with that in mind. This involves using reclaimed lumber as much as possible, not building with plastics or concrete, and collecting all of our power from the sun. We hope to provide the most comfort possible while keeping the land as close to how we found it as possible. Please respect the land while you are here and the land will take care of you! We started in 2019 with a piece of untouched, hilly land, and created a natural sanctuary for mindful retreats. We now have 3 glamping yurts open half the year, a tiny A-frame cabin which is open year round, a yoga deck, a sauna and cold tub, composting bathrooms and open-air hot showers, a picnic area, and more projects in the works. You're welcome to walk around exploring to see what animals you might see! We also offer 4-day yoga retreats which run most weekends from Friday through Monday. Yoga classes, guided hikes, Reiki, massage, or sauna use are available as add-ons for any guests! Glamping is a great option for first-time campers since you don't have to buy or bring any gear! Our yurts and tiny cabin are fully furnished with comfortable beds, solar power, lights, and lots of extra blankets for those chilly mountain nights! Some listings come with a camp stove and cooking gear, or you can ask about adding on Chef Zach's famous vegetarian breakfast!
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Whiskey Rose Ranch

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Flagstaff, AZ
Whiskey Rose Ranch is 10 acres bordered by national forest at the base of Kendrick Peak. 1/2 The property boasts an incredible open field with stunning views of Kendrick Peak and the other half is filled with ponderosa pines and elevation. We have access to wonderful hiking to beautiful Aspen groves or hike to the top of Kendrick Peak. We have back road access to the lava tubes which are always a days worth of exploring or drive 2 miles to the Nordic center for more outdoor activities. We are centrally located so you can get to Williams in 45 minutes where there is Bearizona or the new gravity coaster as well as the steam train. We are exactly 1 hour to the Grand Canyon and 30 minutes to snowbowl or Flagstaff! Our property is easy to access off a maintained dirt road only 1 mile off the 180
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Grand Canyon Wrigley Ranch Cottage

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Parks, AZ
Your 1b, 1ba Cottage comes fully stocked with all basic amenities like, soaps, toothpaste, towels, dishes, silverware, pots & pans, a few spices, sugar, coffee, hot chocolate and includes a dual-heated (his/hers), King bed and a pellet stove with a backup gas heater. The Cottage sits on 10 acres+, unlike 1-2 acre or less, packed areas like Kachina Village, Mountain Aire, Baderville, Doney Park, or Sherwood Forest, which are tightly packed neighborhoods. These “city neighborhood styled areas” are NOT desirable; mixed communities with nice houses and junk properties intermingled and virtually no land or easy forest/wildland access. At The Cottage, you will not be in a suburban or semi-rural neighborhood. You’ll be staying far from local cities. This is a free-standing, remote, deep-in-the forest place with a gorgeous view of the famous Spring Valley and mountain views of Mt. Sitgreaves. Walking, hiking, biking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing start at your door. The Cottage is a separate home, with living room, kitchen, bedroom, bath, & dining nook. Kitchenware and utensils, salt, pepper & some spices stocked for your convenience. The Cottage is nestled in 40ft-75ft pines, the perfect place for a weekend getaway deep in the Kaibab National Forest. Whether you’re looking to beat the heat of The Valley, Havasu, Tucson, So California or Vegas, or for a serene trip, a romantic getaway, or an adventure vacation, or even a honeymoon, this is the place. You'll love the "no air conditioning needed" comfort of The Cottage. Open, crack or close windows to adjust your room temp. This property was initially developed in 1990 by the Wrigley Family. Yes. Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs), Wrigley Chewing Gum. Known by legacy as “The Wrigley Ranch,” it’s the last vestige of the once incredibly expansive, former land holding of one of America's most prestigious families. Horseback Riding available on site, guided or unguided riding right here all year 'round! Also Target Shooting & 4wd Tours are usually available March 15 - Nov 15! (Weather restrictions may apply. Add'l costs apply. Visa, MC, Cash. More details below.) Friendly dogs welcome. But they MUST be perfectly controlled by voice commands OR must be on leash. Dogs may not be left alone in cottage unless we approve in advance. Incessant barking is banned by law. Unless you can absolutely control you dog(s) please don't bring them. No felines (cats) unless we approve in writing in advance. No Pit Bulls or Rottweilers, however. Over 500 canine guests so far. As remote as this may be, you'll be safe and secure as we are here on property to assist in any unusual or emergency situation. We have never had such an occurrence. However, we do have clear and efficient plans for any unexpected emergency. We have many motion sensor night lights. Free amenities include pellet stove fuel & one free 12 pack of split firewood per stay for the fire pit (as long as no fire restrictions are in effect). BBQ tools included. Add'l firewood at only $6 per 12 add'l pieces. No Wi-Fi because of satellite bandwidth limitations/costs. No cell phone reception because you're too deep in the woods! To use your cell phone, you'll need to drive out to the prairie about 2 miles down the road. Tarry on out to our pond and enjoy sitting on our glider/bench while the ducks frolic. If you like, bring fresh fruits and veggies to hand feed all the free-grazing birds. Horses love carrots and apples! Take the goats for a walk. Walk freely on our 10 acre property plus its 30 acre add’l fenced forest land or just head out onto walking/ski trails to Spring Valley Tank where elk, antelope and deer get their water. Continue your hike on 1000s upon 1000s of acres on the Sitgreaves mountain range or Spring Valley Knoll. Fishing at local lakes most Spring, Summer and Fall. Many lakes are nearby in Williams including Cataract, Kaibab, Dogtown and White Horse lakes. Grand Canyon a little over an hour due North. Bearizona drive-thru wildlife park about 13 miles West. Sedona and its Red Rock majesty about an hour SE. Meteor Crater and Painted Desert about 45 mins East. Out of Africa wildlife park and indoor shooting range about 1:15 SE. Verde Valley Railroad in Clarkdale, next to Cottonwood. SnowBowl winter ski resort and its Summer Fun activities nearby in Flagstaff. Folks often ask how close walking trails are. Start at The Cottage’s door and virtually head out! Take a 2 mile RT flat walk to Spring Valley Tank, a very popular watering hole for all thirsty wildlife around here on the Spring Valley X-Country Ski Trail. Take a hike or dirt bicycle ride to Shulz Pass and see it's gorgeous high mountain meadows about 1 mile past Spring Valley Tank. Or for near 360 degree views of most of Northern Arizona’s highest peaks plus a glimpse of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, take a 4 mile RT horseback ride or hike due East to Lone Tree Lookout, about 1/2 mile past Spring Valley Knoll. And if you dare and you’re in high altitude climbing condition, try mountain hiking to the peak of Mt. Sitgreaves due West of here. No fire roads. No trails unless you stumble upon an elk trail. We are told that only 5 people per year find the summit and make it to the top. Please advise us if you intend to try it. If you tackle this challenge, please advise us when you depart and when we should expect your return. Please have a cell phone AND GPS emergency locator with you if you try. Max stays: 9 nights. 650-700 sq ft is an estimated cottage size; what we were told when we purchased the property. "Emergency" hosted laundry services for spills on bedding at $25 per load (wash and dry). No self-serve laundry available. If you have a different type of laundry emergency, please ask if we can help. This is a NO SMOKING COTTAGE indoors. OUTDOOR SMOKING AREA: Concrete areas and around the outdoor fire pit. NO BUTTS IN FIRE PIT nor to the ground ever. Store butts in cans or bottles. NO SMOKING OUTSIDE OR OFF THESE TWO VERY SPECIFIC AREAS. NO SMOKING ON TRAILS NOR ANYWHERE IN SURROUNDING NATIONAL FOREST. Fires in the forest are a major concern here no matter what official bans may be in place or not. Official bans may include a ban on outdoor smoking and allow smoking in your vehicle only. PROPANE/GAS BBQ AVAILABLE ALONGSIDE WOOD BURNING BBQ. OPEN FIRE PIT if BURNING is OK. ONE LARGE BUNDLE OF FIREWOOD INCLUDED FREE AT CHECK-IN. Horseback riding is usually available year ‘round, limited by weather and ground conditions (mud/snow). Smooth sole riding/cowboy boots mandatory (we rent boots @ $5 per ride). Other mandatory wear: long sleeve shirt, long pants (no shorts), jeans preferred (no leggings, comfy pants, or jogging outfits), ski clothing OK in Winter, waterproof clothing/rain gear during Summer monsoons (June 20 - Sept 20), well-lined or heated gloves in Winter, thick or heated socks in Winter, sunglasses recommended in Summer and if snow cover is >50%, and long Johns or layers in Winter. We saddle. Free but mandatory acquainting where you groom, pick hooves, do ground work and ride in small areas to start. Then, we will rate your comfort, confidence and control and set riding limits accordingly: on our roads only, in the 3 acre fenced pasture, our 40 acre fenced property, or ride off property. All off property rides require a guide. Hosted target shooting may be available at additional cost that varies depending on weapons chosen and cost of their ammunition. Ask for quotation, scheduling and availability. Strictly supervised. Or bring your own guns and ammo for target shooting near here. Varmint hunting requires an AZ hunting license. Big game requires tags must be acquired about a year in advance. No game processing on site. If you're going to The Grand Canyon, the official Route 66 town of Williams, AZ known as "The Gateway to the Grand Canyon," Bearizona, The Grand Canyon Railway, The Deer Farm, Flagstaff's Sunset Crater Volcano or Arizona Snowbowl, Meteor Crater, Walnut Canyon, the Red Rock Country of Sedona and its Oak Creek Canyon, Out of Africa, The Camp Verde Railroad, Havasupai Falls, Grand Canyon Caverns, Antelope Canyon or Horseshoe Bend, we sit at the virtual center of all these wonderful destinations.
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Looking for a camping experience near Grand Canyon Village, Arizona that accommodates your furry friends and provides a touch of luxury? With over 330 available options, Hipcamp has got you covered with glamping options that allow pets. Prices range from $25 to an average of $125 per night. Our top-rated campsites include Creekside - Kolob Gate Gardens (516 reviews), Zion On The 9 (224 reviews), and Hawks Hideaway Camping, LLC (204 reviews). Amenities such as potable water, showers, and trash are popular among our campers, while wildlife watching, snow sports, and climbing are favorite activities.

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