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Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

We stayed one night at the Hualapai Ranch, 5 adults and two boys ages 10 and 6. The cabins were basic but clean and relatively comfortable. The boys absolutely loved the " ranch" environment. There are Lasso lessons and kids over age 9 can try to ride the bucking bronco. By staying there, we were able to get the 8 am shuttle to the Skywalk and do that while it was not crowded and before it got too hot. I've seen some negative reviews of the Ranch and suggest you do a bit of research including reading the positive reviews as it is not for everyone, if you have young kids, this is a perfect choice. The dinner was a choice of baked chicken or pork ribs served with a corn muffin and a cookie. There was also a choice of mashed potatoes, beans or macaroni salad for a side. There was a vegetarian option. There is NO alcohol allowed on the ranch so keep,that in mind. There was complimentary bottled water in our room and unlimited soft drinks. Breakfast is a couple of simple choices. In the evening there is a campfire with cowboys to tell a tale and sing songs. You can also roast marshmallows and make s'mores. The staff was friendly and efficient and the gift shop has a selection of reasonably priced items. At night there is dark and the stars literally pop out to greet you. Each cabin has a porch to sit and enjoy the quiet. There are some extras of horseback riding and wagon ride that we did not have time to try.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
2  Thank Martha W
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GCW_Marketing, Public Relations Manager at Hualapai Ranch, responded to this reviewResponded 17 June 2017

Thank you for visiting Grand Canyon West and your review of Hualapai Ranch. We're glad to hear you and your kids enjoyed the visit. Like your boys, most kids just love Hualapai Ranch. We're also glad you had the opportunity to experience the night sky. It's quite a site to see. We appreciate you and your family visiting and happy to hear you had a great time.

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Reviewed 25 May 2017

This review is for the 'Western' town, not the lodgings (which we didn't stay at). This was the hokiest, lamest tourist attraction I've been to in a long time. Knock-off cowtown. Boring. Nothing to do. Boring views. The only half-decent thing about this was the food at the restaurant. It was ok... nothing special, but really, nothing about this 'ranch' was great. Skip this part on the Hualapai reserve.

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled with friends
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GCW_Marketing, Public Relations Manager at Hualapai Ranch, responded to this reviewResponded 26 May 2017

We are sorry to hear you found Hualapai Ranch "lame." While it may not have appealed to you, other visitors to Grand Canyon West enjoy it, especially those with young children. We hope you enjoyed the recent of your experience at Grand Canyon West. Thank you for visiting.

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Reviewed 27 April 2017

The cabins were nice , clean and great towels .But when i got up in the morning to experience the "multiple hiking , biking and jogging trails" as advertised Security forbade me to step off the very limited "Ranch "property .absolutely not one single trail. The horseback ride offerd was only for 30 minutes ,not 60 not 90 because they were "short staffed" even though I got there at 8 am with no one else around they refused to let me book an hour , no one else showed up for at least a couple hours after .No fires no Smores no stories .
It was so bad it was surreal ..Sold as a frontier experience.a complete falsehood .If you want to get close to nature go somewhere else .

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

The skywalk was pretty amazing. They dont let you take your own photos and the package is $65 if you want them. Be prepared to spend extra money:) The restaurant has breath taking views. The entire reservation has no alcohol. If you like a glass of wine at night, you'll have to sneak it in your room.

Service was ok. Better at the Skyview than the western town.

I would not recommend eating the ribs. Eat the chicken. They are the only two options served at the main
restaurant.



Stayed: April 2017, travelled with friends
1  Thank Stacy D
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GCW_Marketing, Public Relations Manager at Hualapai Ranch, responded to this reviewResponded 17 April 2017

We're glad to hear you enjoyed Skywalk and the views from the restaurant. It just recently opened and guests really seem to like it. Thanks for visiting.

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Reviewed 13 April 2017

Walking onto the property you are welcomed by everyone. Front desk clerks couldn't have been more helpful. There were shoot outs, horse rides a bank robbery, a mechanical bull! It was too windy for the campfire so they brought us to the dining hall and made us smores. They told us about the land, the people, the sacred grounds.

They have a bus you hop on and they take you to the grand canyon - sky walk - it was super convenient also.

They make you feel special and involved, and everyone has stories to tell. It was truly a great experience.

  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled with family
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3  Thank Tracy B
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GCW_Marketing, Public Relations Manager at Hualapai Ranch, responded to this reviewResponded 15 April 2017

Thanks for your review. it sounds like you had a great time that you won't soon forget. Sorry to hear it was too windy for a campfire, but we're glad you got your s'mores in the dining hall.

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