Vacation Rentals in Grand Canyon National Park

Vacation Rentals in Grand Canyon National Park

Start comparing over 1,650 rentals in Grand Canyon National Park and book at the best price!

Best Vacation Rentals in Grand Canyon National Park

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Coconino County
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 1
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 2
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 3
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 4
more...
Coconino County
Vacation Rental • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
Access will include a separate queen bedroom, one bathroom, microwave, coffee maker, refrigerator/freezer, and smart TV. Due to our remoteness, our night skies offer world-class stargazing. This location is superb for getting the most out of your Grand Canyon experience, being right in the middle of the action of the Grand Canyon, Bearizona, and the Sky Walk.We take your comfort very seriously, so let us know if there are any issues. We have people who live on site or close to it, to help the guest in any way.The location is in between the city of Williams, AZ, and the Grand Canyon South Ri...
from $51 / night
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Coconino County
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 1
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 2
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 3
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 4
more...
Coconino County
Vacation Rental • 6 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
Access will include two separate bedrooms, two private bathrooms, microwave, coffee maker, refrigerator/freezer, and smart TV with FREE WIFI. Due to our remoteness, our night skies offer world-class stargazing. This location is superb for getting the most out of your Grand Canyon experience, being right in the middle of the action of the Grand Canyon, Bearizona, and the Sky Walk.We take your comfort very seriously, so let us know if there are any issues. We have people who live on site or close to it, to help the guest in any way.The mobile home park is located one mile off the highway down...
from $79 / night
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Coconino County
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 1
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 2
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 3
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Coconino County, Picture 4
more...
Coconino County
Vacation Rental • 4 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
Access will include two separate queen beds, two bathrooms, a full kitchen with an oven, stove, microwave, coffee maker, refrigerator/freezer, and smart TV. Due to our remoteness, our night skies offer world-class stargazing. This location is superb for getting the most out of your Grand Canyon experience, being right in the middle of the action of the Grand Canyon, Bearizona, and the Sky Walk.Guest interactionWe take your comfort very seriously, so let us know if there are any issues. We have people who live on site or close to it, to help the guest in any way. Otherwise we leave you alone...
from $65 / night

Other holiday ideas and property types in Grand Canyon National Park that might be interesting

Popular Destinations in Grand Canyon National Park

    Prices and availability

    Current Vacation rental prices Grand Canyon National Park

    $279for 27 Jul - 3 Aug
    $304 annual average
    Aug
    Sep
    Oct
    Nov
    Dec
    Jan
    Feb
    Mar
    Apr
    May
    Jun
    Jul
    Average price per week

    Current vacation rental availability Grand Canyon National Park

    29%for 27 Jul - 3 Aug
    59% annual average
    Aug
    Sep
    Oct
    Nov
    Dec
    Jan
    Feb
    Mar
    Apr
    May
    Jun
    Jul
    Percentage of available rentals

    Highlights Grand Canyon National Park

    • Scenic rentals
    • breathtaking sceneries
    • a wide portfolio of outdoor activities
    • historic buildings

    Vacation rentals in Grand Canyon National Park

    Scenic rental locations

    Take a trip to this breathtaking park full of incredible sceneries. The Grand Canyon National Park is a 1,217,262-acre park located in northwestern Arizona's Coconino and Mohave counties. The Grand Canyon, a gorge carved by the Colorado River system, is one of its most unique features. Most visitors come to the park headquarters, the Grand Canyon Village, which has many rental properties to suit your preference. It also offers access to many hiking trails and guided walks. I'm sure you would want to be captivated by the grandeur of this work of nature!

    A vacation rental just for you

    Access the perfect rentals with flexible accommodations. Here, your preference is your ultimate guide: from private accommodations to accommodations for larger groups, say, groups of ten, they leave you spoiled for choice. Enjoy the fast internet at your disposal. After hiking through the trails, refresh with a warm bath in the Jacuzzi or a swim in the pool. These rentals are customized for your intended experience, with balconies exposing the eye-catching loveliness of the surrounding terrain. They are also child and pet-friendly to maximize your comfort. These are just the serene vacation properties fit for the scenic features the park offers you!

    Vacation rentals in Grand Canyon National Park

    The area and getting around

    A park brimming with sceneries

    Due to the Canyon's sheer magnitude, it divides into several rims. The park covers a majority of the Canyon, especially the north and south rims. The North Rim is the most popular as it houses the park's headquarters. The rim also offers a wider variety of scenic views and activities. Numerous vantage points, such as the Mather point, the first from the south, and Lipan Point, a viewpoint east of the Grand Canyon village, ushers you to the sheer beauty of the gorges. The floor of the valley is bewildering, with the Colorado River cutting through it. Rim-to-river-to-rim hikes are exhausting but memorable.

    The unique activities and services

    You can start a hike from literally any point in the rims or choose a walking or driving tour for casual sightseeing. Private flyovers are also common with helicopters and small airplanes from Phoenix, Las Vegas, or Grand Canyon National Park Airports. There are, however, restrictions to the flyovers. You can go rafting in the Colorado River or choose sky diving from the park's airport. After the day's excursion, you may visit the Grand Canyon Village for services such as food, fuel, and souvenirs or return to your serene vacation property just within.

    Travelers and activities

    Grand Canyon National Park for hiking enthusiasts

    The Grand Canyon National Park is a haven for hiking trails. Several of them in the North Rim include the Widforss Trail, Uncle Jim's Trail, and the Transept Trail. The North Kaibab Trail is handy for rim-to-river-to-rim hiking as it connects down to the river. It also opens up trails to the south rim, such as the Bright Angel Trail and the South Kaibab Trail. Paved paths are numerous in the South Rim but fit, and experienced hikers prefer the unpaved trails, especially the rim-to-river-to-rim excursions.

    Grand Canyon National Park for adrenaline junkies

    Are you aiming to have a new adrenaline rush? Look no further: The Grand Canyon National Park is ideal for giving you just that, and sky diving is your go-to activity for this. While hiking in the terrain is stimulating, sky diving is the ultimate experience here for adrenaline junkies. Rafting in one of the rapids of the Colorado River is yet another one to evaluate your grit. You may not boast of being an adrenaline junky if you have not been here for the ultimate jungle experience!

    Did you know that the Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world? You only need to stand on top of one of the rims to understand why!

    Top 5 travel tips for Grand Canyon National Park

    1. Lake Mead National Recreation Area

    Located in the westernmost part of the Grand Canyon National Park, this recreational area is the perfect spot for water recreation, whether swimming, boating, or fishing. It is also an intersection of many hiking trails. You can also access the Hoover dam within the recreation area.

    2. Zion National Park

    Get to visit the Zion National Park located just two hours north of the Grand Canyon North Rim to view its steep red cliffs stained by oxidation of the iron within the rock. Enjoy hiking through the trails or take on horseback riding. When tired, sit back, and perhaps, you may see a desert bighorn sheep passing nearby.

    3. Historic buildings in the South Rim

    Most historic buildings are a stone's throw away from the Grand Canyon Village and are easily accessible. If you are a history enthusiast, buildings such as the Kolb Studio, today serving as an art gallery and exhibit, fascinate you. Others, including the Desert View Watchtower and the Grand Canyon Railway Depot, are also captivating.

    4. Explore Flagstaff

    This county seat of Coconino County has proximity to the Grand Canyon National park. Get to enjoy its rich tradition and art. Visit the Museum of Northern Arizona located here.

    5. Explore Mesquite

    Mesquite is an iconic city and a gateway to the marvels of northern Arizona. Located 180 miles to the North Rim and 350 miles to the South Rim, it's also a perfect place to stay and plan your trip to the Grand Canyon National Park. You can explore the city's camel safaris or visit its renowned casinos.

    FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Grand Canyon National Park

    How much do the vacation rentals in Grand Canyon National Park cost on average?

    At an average cost of $320 per night, Grand Canyon National Park lies at the lower end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.

    When are vacation rentals cheaper in Grand Canyon National Park?

    Those who want to be budget-friendly should visit Grand Canyon National Park in July, May, or August, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $293, $300, and $304 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

    When are vacation rentals more expensive in Grand Canyon National Park?

    It can be concluded, by analyzing the data from the previous year, that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of December ($348), October ($346), and November ($344).

    Is Grand Canyon National Park a good location for a last-minute getaway?

    When visiting Grand Canyon National Park, it is necessary to plan ahead as 67% of rentals are usually booked, according to the data from last year.

    What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?

    The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, May (with an availability of 97%), June (96%), and January (37%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

    When are fewer rentals available in Grand Canyon National Park?

    According to data from last year, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Grand Canyon National Park are, in order, April (with 7% of available rentals), August (8%), and March (8%). During these three months, the availability is very low (7%). It is therefore recommended to book early.

    How many vacation rentals are there in Grand Canyon National Park?

    Holidu collaborates with 4 different partners to give you a choice between 1,100 vacation rentals we have in Grand Canyon National Park.

    Holidu compares hundreds of websites to find your perfect holiday rental for the best price.

    500+ more