“a lodging haven for Grand Canyon travelers for nearly a century”
For nearly a century the Cameron Trading Post has been a Grand Canyon lodging haven for travelers, traders, vacationers and explorers who come from all points of the globe. Just 30 minutes from the Grand Canyon National Park entrance, our location is ideal for Grand Canyon hotel and lodging accomodations. But the Cameron Trading Post is more than an Indian lodge or Grand Canyon hotel. Established in 1916, the Cameron Indian Trading Post has become a showplace for fine Native American art and Southwest art. The unique central location of our Grand Canyon lodging is perfect for exploring the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, and Native American Indian Country, but there is much to see right here. Our Gallery, with its beautiful and unique Native American Indian decor, houses some of the finest Native American Indian art in the Southwest, both contemporary and antique Indian art including Navajo rugs, Hopi kachinas, and Pueblo pottery. Our Gift Shop offers a wide selection of Southwest art, Native American art, and Southwestern decor. Visitors are surprised to find the suspension bridge spanning the Little Colorado River Gorge - the river pathway to the Grand Canyon - behind their hotel lodge and delighted at the view. Our charming Gardens also are an unexpected pleasure. Inside the Indian lodge you can grab a snack in the Market or sit down to a meal in our Restaurant that boasts antique furnishings, a huge fire place, and a beautiful pressed tin ceiling. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner our restaurant offers the perfect respite to enjoy your meal surrounded by antique luxury, beautiful Native American Southwest art, and the view of the Little Colorado River Gorge outside the windows.
The area to the east outside of the Grand Canyon can get pretty desolate, so the Cameron Trading Post is a good place to gas up your car or pick up some snacks on your way in or out of the park.
I loved the history here but once you walk inside the store, it's just like any other gift shop selling trinkets in the southwest.
Not really worth the stop, stayed one night before we went to Grand Canyon, but next time will just stay an extra night in Sedona. If you want to have a beer in your hotel room, plan ahead and bring your own. The nearest place to buy alcohol is Grey Mountain down the road. Boring stay, unless you spend your time in gift shop. A positive~pet friendly hotel $15 fee
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