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4 1/2 miles down Bright Angel Trail going towards Phantom Ranch, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023 See on map
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Reviewed 10 May 2018

We stayed here in April and the weather was perfect - definitely hot but not more than 90 degrees at the hottest time of day (mild in a place that can reach over 110 in the summer). This was our last of three nights at...More

1  Thank Kacey B
Reviewed 5 February 2018

Who knew this was here? After hiking down steep switchbacks for 4.5 miles, you arrive at Indian Garden on relatively "flat" terrain (nothing is really flat here). The cacti that came into view a mile back are now larger and more prolific, there are trees...More

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Reviewed 4 February 2018

Great hike into the canyon but you have to be well prepared. Good hiking shoes, plenty of water!!, plenty nutricious snacks, don't hike in mid day because of the heat. Leave Indian garden before 4 pm to get back to the rim before dark! Remember...More

2  Thank Ada2312
Reviewed 26 November 2017 via mobile

A ways down bright angel trail. It’s a good stop if you need a break. But nothing from a view or anything. Bright angel trail is great though. Well maintained. Water and restrooms. It’s easy to follow.

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Reviewed 26 September 2017

We hiked for 3 days and two nights in the Grand Canyon. After hiking in the hot blistering heat what a joy to reach this beautiful site which has a cool stream running through it, toilets and fresh water. Don't forget to walk to the...More

3  Thank kwkwkwkw351
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Offers 15 campsites. Less
Number of rooms
15
Also Known As
Indian Garden Hotel Grand Canyon National Park
Location
United States > Arizona > Grand Canyon National Park
Number of rooms
15
Also Known As
Indian Garden Hotel Grand Canyon National Park
Location
United States > Arizona > Grand Canyon National Park
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Traveller (26)
Room & Suite (6)
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Vanessa J
7 November 2016|
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It took us just under 5 hours from Indian Garden to the South Rim going up the Bright Angel Trail. But we also had 20 lbs. backpacks.
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"All the campsites are lovely"
232kaceyb
9 May 2018
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"This is not a hotel, but a day use area and campground. We were merely passing through."
17KAG
5 Feb 2018
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"You must have a backcountry permit to camp here...you pick the campsite, first come first served."
colleenb596
9 May 2016
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"You need backcountry permits to camp in the Canyon, and reservations to stay at the campsites."
Soggiorno
27 Jan 2014
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