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.