Maswik Lodge, Grand Canyon National Park

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Maswik Lodge

Those that prefer more contemporary (and budget-minded) lodging may find Maswik Lodge a good choice. The location can't be beat, as it is but a quick walk to the canyon's edge. The lodging is also near Grand Canyon Village, the hub for activities and transportation in the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. Book Online.

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Where is Maswik Lodge located?

Amidst a ponderosa pine forest and just a quarter-mile from the canyon's edge along the south rim of Grand Teton National Park, Maswik Lodge offers economical and family-friendly lodging. The Lodge's convenient location in the southwest portion of the Grand Canyon Village makes for a quick walk to the canyon or an even speedier trip via a free shuttle that leaves from the front of the lodge.

How can I make a reservation?

Call (888) 29-PARKS (888-297-2757) or Reserve a Room Online.

Tell me more about the Maswik Lodge.

  • Season: Open year-round
  • Rates: $112 to $215
  • Amenities: The Maswik South rooms are motel-style while rooms in the north section are roomier and have a few more features such as a refrigerator and rollaway beds. Cabins that are open during the summer season offer a more rustic experience. All rooms are nonsmoking. Maswik Lodge's amenities include a cafeteria, sports bar, gift shops, ATM machine, and information desks for transportation and activities. One such important kiosk is the Backcountry Information Center where backcountry permits obtained for overnight hiking, horseback-riding, cross-country ski trips, and general information about venturing into Grand Canyon National Park's backcountry.
  • Historic Facts: Built in the 1960's, Maswik Lodge was initially called the Motor Lodge before being renamed to its current moniker in the early 1980's. Named after a Hopi Kachina (a deified ancestral spirit) who is said to guard the canyon.