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Zion National Park Lodgin

Zion National Park Lodgin

What time is it? Bedding and towels are provided for each guest occupying a dorm bed. Should a cabin guest arrive outside of window hours for check-in, they will need to ring the bell at the side window.

PHANTOM RANCH

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The National Park Service NPS will be making critical repairs in the coming months to the waste water treatment facility at the bottom of Grand Canyon. As part of this project the occupancy at Phantom Ranch has to be reduced, in both guest overnight lodging and the campground in order to drastically lower water and wastewater going into the facility until it is repaired.

Only to-go breakfasts, sack lunches, and dinners will be available. Alcohol sales are limited to two beverages per person and available only during reserved dinner service.

Alcohol may only be consumed at your cabin area, and not at the picnic tables outside Zion National Park Lodgin Canteen. Only guests staying in cabins may purchase alcohol. Should a cabin guest arrive outside of window hours for check-in, they will need to ring the bell at the side window. We thank you for your understanding and compliance. Learn about what we are doing to promote the health and safety of our guests and employees here. Phantom Ranch is the only lodging below the canyon rim, and can only be reached by mule, on foot, or by rafting the Colorado River.

Have questions about the lottery process? Visit our FAQ page. To view the Phantom Ranch Lottery schedule, click here.

Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter was commissioned to draft the plans for the facility. She produced sketches for a series of cabins. The rustic cabins and main lodge are built of wood and native stone blending with the natural beauty of the setting.

Space is extremely limited. Additional individuals cannot stay under your reservation, and guests are prohibited from doubling-up in the bunks or sleeping on the floors.

Children are welcome at Phantom Ranch; however, we discourage young children from hiking to Phantom Ranch due to extremes in temperatures in the summer and winter, and the remoteness of the location. Families with children 5 years of age or younger are limited to cabin use only. Overnight accommodations at Phantom Ranch consist of dormitory spaces and cabins. Cabins and dormitories are heated in winter and cooled during the summer months.

Dormitories — Zion National Park Lodgin unavailable These accommodations are available to hikers only. There are 2 male dorms and 2 female dorms.

Each dorm has 5 bunk beds, a shower, and a shared restroom. Bedding and towels are provided for each guest occupying a dorm bed. Children must be at least 6 years old to stay in a dormitory. Cabins These accommodations vary in size and accommodate from 2 to Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt guests.

Cabins are equipped with bedding, Zion National Park Lodgin water sink, toilet, liquid soap, and hand towels. Showers, bath towels, hot water sinks, and liquid soap-shampoo combination are provided at a central location. Pricing for cabins is based on Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt occupancy; additional guests may stay with an additional charge.

As of Monday, April 27, each caller will be limited to making one new reservation per phone call. Additionally, each reservation may include up to a maximum of nine guests for up to a maximum of four consecutive nights. As of Wednesday, November 1,Phantom Ranch requests will be processed using an online lottery system. Use the buttons above to enter the lottery or check for current availability.

What time is it? Time is confusing out here! Click here to check what time it is at our Central Reservations Office. Groups For overnight stays at Phantom Ranch, a minimum of 10 to a maximum of 20 Hikers is designated as a Group. For overnight mule rides,…

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Children are welcome at Phantom Ranch; however, we discourage young children from hiking to Phantom Ranch due to extremes in temperatures in the summer and winter, and the remoteness of the location. Should a cabin guest arrive outside of window hours for check-in, they will need to ring the bell at the side window. Use the buttons above to enter the lottery or check for current availability.