Cameron Trading Post

The Historic Cameron Trading Post is a shop, restaurant, motel and RV park -- all in one. Shop the Post's selection of American Indian crafts and Southwestern art. Feeling hungry? Enjoy a meal inspired by American, Mexican and local cuisine, such as their famous Navajo taco, in the Cameron Grand Canyon dining room while you relax by the large stone fireplace. Take a walk through the on-site garden or peruse the selection of antique and new American Indian art and crafts in the gallery. If all that has left you tired, the Trading Post's on-site lodge offers simple, yet comfortable accommodations decorated with hand-carved furnishings in historic Southwestern decor. For travelers who prefer their own RVs and campers, full hook-ups (electrical, sewage and water) and pull-through sites are offered adjacent to the Cameron grounds right off US Highway 89.

  • Accessible
  • Family Friendly
  • Parking Available
  • Pet Friendly
  • Location
  • 466 US-89
  • Cameron, Arizona 86020
  • HoursDaily (winter): 7 a.m.-9 p.m.; Daily (summer): 6 a.m.-9:30 p.m.

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