Phantom Ranch

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Phantom Ranch is tucked beside Bright Angel Creek on the north side of the Colorado River and is the only lodging facility below the canyon rim. The Fred Harvey Company became the concessioner for the camp in 1922 and hired the American architect Mary E.J. Colter to design permanent lodging. Open year-round, it is only accessible by mule, by foot, or by rafting the Colorado River. The accommodations at Phantom Ranch consist of dormitory spaces and cabins. The Phantom Ranch Canteen provides hearty breakfasts, sack lunches, and dinners. Advance reservations are required.
Image of Guestroom at Phantom Ranch, 1922, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, Location

Location Map

Explore Hopi Point and Yavapai Point in the surrounding Grand Canyon National Park. Arrive by foot, mule, or raft—the only options to get to the ranch.

Image of Guestroom Interior at Phantom Ranch, 1922, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, Discover

Discover

Discover the National Park Service Rustic-style archtiecture of the Phantom Ranch.

Image of Dining Area at Phantom Ranch, 1922, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, Explore

Explore

Explore the North Rim Visitor Center.

Image of Dining Area at Phantom Ranch, 1922, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, Experience

Experience

Experience South Kaibab Trail to reach Pipe Creek.

Image of Dining Area at Phantom Ranch, 1922, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, Taste

Taste

Taste lunch on the trail at Indian Gardens.

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