Peach Springs

With a setting that inspired the town of Radiator Springs in the Pixar Film Cars, and activities like cave exploring, whitewater rafting, and the famous grand canyon skywalk, Peach Springs – on historic Route 66 – is not to be missed.

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Spelunk yourself to sleep? You can at Peach Spring's Grand Canyon Caverns.

Head underground for a guided tour of Grand Canyon Caverns, the largest dry caverns in the United States. If you're looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, stay the night in the Cave Room—one of the 10 most unusual places in the world to sleep. You'll snooze like a baby 220 feet below the surface—trust us, no ambient light from the city sneaks inside these cozy quarters.

Peach Springs, the capital of the Hualapai nation, is also the gateway to the Grand Canyon Skywalk—the glass-bottomed bridge hovering 4,000 feet above the canyon floor. If that doesn't get your heart pumping, stop by Hualapai River Runners to plan your Grand Canyon whitewater river-rafting excursion.

For a Wild West good time, book a stay on the Hualapai Ranch. You'll spend your days learning how to quick draw, along with other important cowboying skills, then spend the evenings listening to cowboy stories by a campfire while making s'mores.

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Just The Facts

For Visitor information

Grand Canyon West | PO Box 179 | Peach Springs, AZ | (928) 769-2230 |

County It all started How High? Head Count
Mohave 1883 4,797ft 1,090

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