The Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim offers you a view that can’t be beat. In the Sun Room, you can relax and look out over the Grand Canyon from a vantage point that the more discriminate traveler appreciates. Originally, built by Gilbert Stanley Underwood, Grand Canyon Lodge – North Rim overlooks the North Kaibab Trail and Bright Angel Creek as it makes it’s way to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. The North Rim Lodge is at a higher altitude than the South Rim and is cooler. The forest setting around the lodge is enjoyable and welcoming as the breeze blows through the ponderosa pine trees.
The only developed lodging within the National Park’s North Rim boundaries, this historic treasure has cabins and lodging tucked into the trees and dotting the canyon edge. Your other Lodging options near the North Rim when Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim is sold out are the Jacob Lake Inn and the Kaibab Lodge.
- The North Rim Visitor Center is also located between the parking lot and your entrance to the Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim. Due to the seasonality of operations at the North Rim Lodge, only open from May 15th – October 15th annually, the Lodge and North Rim are less visited than the South Rim. However, the beauty and solitude on the North Rim is sought after by those looking for more time with nature. The main tour offered from the Lodge is the Grand Canyon Mule Rides North Rim.
Grand Canyon Lodge Dining Room
- The historic dining room with wall to ceiling windows gives diners the unique opportunity to take in the Canyon’s views. Enjoying dining on the edge of the Canyon with those you’ve invited to share your Grand Canyon vacation is a treat. The number one thing you should know about the Dining Room is that reservations are recommended, so call 928-638-2611 during the Summer (May-Oct) or 928-645-6865 during the Winter (Nov-Apr).
Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim reservations
These cabins are spacious, with two queen sized beds, a full bath and a front porch. All are nestled in the pines. Most of these cabins sleep four people comfortably. Rollaway beds and cribs are permitted. Four of these cabins are ADA accessible. Two of the ADA cabins have one queen sized bed and full bath with bars, and two have one queen sized bed and a roll in shower. Two Queen Beds ADA Accessibility in four Cabins Most cabins accommodate 4 people Nestled in the Pines Standard View and Rim View Cabins
Remodeled in 2009, these cabins have two bedrooms separated by a 3/4 bath with a shower only. One bedroom has one queen bed, mini-fridge, and coffee pot. The second bedroom features a bunk bed (twin-size), one double pull-out sleeper futon (full-size), and writing desk. These cabins sleep six people comfortably. Rollaway beds are not permitted. One queen, one full and two twin beds (bunk bed) Accommodates 6 people Standard View and Rim Side Cabins Two of these cabins are ADA accessible. The ADA rooms are a one bedroom unit with one double and one twin bed. They accommodate 3 people.