Attractions

We are conveniently located close to a wide variety of points of interest:

  • Van/Jeep Tour: One-Day Tour
  • Grand Canyon Train: One-Day Tour
  • Hopi Indian Reservation: One -Day Tour
  • White/Smooth Water Rafting: One-Day Tour
  • Helicopter Flight at the Grand Canyon
  • Airplane Flight at the Grand Canyon
  • Backcountry ATV
  • Horseback Riding

We’ll be glad to assist you with your travel plan and reserve for you.

Please contact Grand Living Bed & Breakfast at 928-635-4171 or 800-210-5908 or email us at job@grandlivingbnb.com


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Grand Canyon Railway
There’s a difference between where a train goes and where it takes you. The Grand Canyon is a triumph of nature. The railroad that serves it is a triumph of man. Experience both as you ride the rails from Williams, Arizona to the South Rim. Strolling musicians perform the tunes of the West as the terrain changes from high desert to prairie, prairie to pine. It’s a view that’s ever-changing until you come across a view that changes so dramatically, it could very well change you. Departs Williams Depot daily at 9:30 AM. At the Canyon for 3-1/2 hours. Arrives back at Williams Depot at 5:30 PM. Only 1 mile from Grand Living B&B.
1-800-843-8724 or Visit www.thetrain.com

 


Elephant Rock Golf Course

featured golf course

This is a city-owned golf course welcoming the public and visitors alike. Golfers of all skill levels can enjoy 18 holes of championship golf among ponderosa pines. The course is within a five-minute drive of the KOA on Golf Course Road in Williams. Come play a relaxing game!
928-635-4935


Grand Canyon Deer Farm
Bring the whole family or group and walk among the tame fallow deer and hand-feed them at this well-run petting zoo. You’ll also see reindeer, Sitka deer miniature donkeys and horses, buffalo, and llamas, just to name a few. The farm is just eight miles east of Williams; take the I-40 Pittman Valley/Deer Farm Exit 171, turn north, then make a sharp left onto Deer Farm Road and follow it west for a half a mile. The deers are waiting!
1-800-926-DEER


 

Ground View of Meteor Crater in Cococino County Arizona

The Meteor Crater
Was the first crater to be identified as an impact crater. Between 20,000 to 50,000 years ago, a small asteroid about 80 feet in diameter impacted the Earth and formed the crater. The crater is the best preserved crater on Earth and measures 1.2 km in diameter. For many years, scientists had denied that there were any impact craters on Earth. The origin of this crater has been a source of controversy for many years. The discovery of fragments of the Canyon Diablo meteorite help prove that the feature was in fact an impact crater.


National Park

Grand Canyon National Park
Grand Canyon is a geological wonder, one of the Natural Seven Wonders of the World! Geologists suggest land erosion created this giant chasm, whose layers and strata are naturally “painted” in the spectacular colors. The south rim is open all year; the north rim is open May through mid-October.


Bear Land

The BEARIZONA a drive-thru wildlife adventure at the gateway to the Grand Canyon, it’s wild just as the West once was. Experience the majesty of bison, nimble sheep, stealthy wolves and more from the comfort and safety of your own vehicle, amidst 160 acres of pristine forest. Don’t miss the walk-thru area where guests can view adorable bear cubs and smaller animals. BEARIZONA is a must see while visiting the Grand Canyon and Williams, AZ.


* Other Things to do or visit:

  • Bearizona – 5 minute drive
  • Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Area – 1/2 hour drive
  • Northern Arizona University – 45 minute drive
  • Museum of Northern Arizona – 45 mintue drive
  • Lowell Observatory – 45 minute drive
  • Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater & Wupatki National Monument – 1 hour drive
  • San Francisco Peaks & Snow Bowl Ski Resort – 1 hour drive
  • Slide Rock State Park & oak Creek Canyon – 1 hour drive
  • Sedona Red Rock Country – 1 hour drive
  • Verde Valley – 1-1/2 hour drive
  • Grand Canyon IMAX Theater – 1 hour drive
  • Historic/Ghost Towns of Oatman
  • Lake Powell area
  • Painted Desert & Petrified Forest
  • Montezuma Castle & Montezuma Well – 90 minute drive
  • Meteor Crater – 90 minute drive
  • Tuzigoot Indian Ruins
  • Jerome Old Mining Town – 90 minute drive
  • Grand Canyon Caverns in Seligman – 90 minute drive
  • Prescott – 1-1/2 hour drive

Nearby Fishing Lakes & Hiking Cataract Lake, Kaibab Lake, & White Horse Lake

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