Lodging for Grand Canyon Trips
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We help solve the group lodging and tour needs for a Grand Canyon trip!
Staying at our outpost ministry site is how we can help your school or church group. Literally 5 minutes off I -40 in Flagstaff we are a great spot to stop to base out of for Grand Canyon tour and other points of interest in Northen Arizona. Taking advantage of our place for lodging, you and your students, staff, and volunteers will enjoy our safe place to play and learn while helping you meet your
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GRAND CANYON GROUP TOURS
We can connect you to great a great Grand Canyon tour with a Creation perspective. Grand Canyon group tours meet in the park, typically at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center. There are two different group tour options. Each respective tour will see completely different locations at the Grand Canyon and engage in different ways.
Option 1: Grand Canyon Vehicle-based Rim Tour
Your guide will meet the group at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center with a short walk to the rim and introductory talk to the Grand Canyon from near the famous Mather Point. Next, they will then ride along in your vehicle to other various viewpoints. Navigation and narration is provided along the way in addition to teaching at each stop. The teaching will be done at each overlook location, so even if you have multiple vans, your group won’t miss out on anything.
A group tour with your vans typically includes 4 to 5 stops from Mather Point to Desert View along Desert View Drive. Coach bus tours are limited to certain parking areas. Bus stops often include Mather Point, Grand Canyon Village, and Desert View. It is the best way to see the most canyon, with great views of the Colorado River, Painted Desert, and dramatically-different vistas at every stop.
Option 2: Grand Canyon Rim Walking Tour
Meeting your guide at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center, your group will start with an introductory talk to the Grand Canyon from near Mather Point. After that, we embark along the Grand Canyon Rim Trail heading west to Yavapai Point. Experience stops along the way and teaching about all we see as the canyon unfolds below us. At Yavapai, we will have views of the Colorado River below, along with the historic Phantom Ranch and Kaibab Suspension Bridge.
From Yavapai, you may choose to continue the Rim Trail heading west along the Trail of Time, or walk back to the Visitor Center. Juump in your vehicles for a 5-minute drive to the Grand Canyon Village for more views, another short walk to a rarely visited fossil bed area, and find and take pictures of various marine fossils seen.
Transportation and Park Fees
Groups are responsible for all transportation to the park and during the tour, as well as entry fees into the Grand Canyon National Park. Check the Grand Canyon Entry Fees page for information on park entry costs. If you are hiring transportation (such as a coach bus), make sure the transportation company possesses a current Commercial Use Authorization (CUA) permit to enter the park. The coach driver must present the CUA at the gate upon entry.
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the Grand Canyon!
The perfect way to engage heart, soul, mind, and strength...and hear how the Grand Canyon relates to the Genesis accounts of Creation and the Flood of Noah in the Bible.
We have school groups from around the USA who stay with us. Groups of middles school students all the way to college and young adults... they love our place.
It's not fragile but youth and young at heart friendly.
We have separate bunkhouses for guys and girls as well as a fellowship hall for meeting and eating. Its a great adventure experience.