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MANY THANKS TO THE CAMERON TRADING POST LODGE.

TONIGHT I AM BASKING IN LUXURY AFTER A HOT AND DUSTY DAY ON THE HIGHWAY.

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE MANAGEMENT OF THE CAMERON TRADING POST LODGE FOR PROVIDING ME WITH A BEAUTIFUL SUITE FOR THE NIGHT FOR $00 !

THANKS SO MUCH :)

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CHECK OUT THEIR SITE >>  HERE

 

Grand Canyon Hotel Lodging & Southwest Native American Indian Art

 

 

Native American Art
Online Store

Antique & Historic
Indian & Western Art

Native American
Indian Jewelry

Southwestern
Domestics

Native American
Themed Dolls

Contemporary Native
American Art

Native American &
Southwest Decor

Native American &
Southwest Sculpture

Southwestern Blankets
& Floor Coverings

and more!


the Cameron Trading Post has been a Grand Canyon lodging haven for travelers, traders, vacationers and explorers who come from all points of the globe. Just 30 minutes from the Grand Canyon National Park entrance, our location is ideal for Grand Canyon hotel and lodging accomodations. But the Cameron Trading Post is more than an Indian lodge or Grand Canyon hotel. Established in 1916, the Cameron Indian Trading Post has become a showplace for fine Native American art and Southwest art. The unique central location of our Grand Canyon lodging is perfect for exploring the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, and Native American Indian Country, but there is much to see right here. Our Gallery, with its beautiful and unique Native American Indian decor, houses some of the finest Native American Indian art in the Southwest, both contemporary and antique Indian art including Navajo rugs, Hopi kachinas, and Pueblo pottery. Our Gift Shop offers a wide selection of Southwest art, Native American art, and Southwestern decor. Visitors are surprised to find the suspension bridge spanning the Little Colorado River Gorge – the river pathway to the Grand Canyon – behind their hotel lodge and delighted at the view. Our charming Gardens also are an unexpected pleasure. Inside the Indian lodge you can grab a snack in the Market or sit down to a meal in our Restaurant that boasts antique furnishings, a huge fire place, and a beautiful pressed tin ceiling. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner our restaurant offers the perfect respite to enjoy your meal surrounded by antique luxury, beautiful Native American Southwest art, and the view of the Little Colorado River Gorge outside the windows. 

We are proud to say that people “just passing through” often become regular visitors to the Cameron Trading Post Indian lodge. Many of our customers have become avid collectors of fine Native American art and Southwest art. Some even come to stay in our Indian lodge hotel, enjoying one of our luxury suites for a few days while they shop for “new acquisitions” of Native American Indian art. Others come just to rest, relax and get “away from it all” using the lodge as home base for a leisurely explore of the Grand Canyon or Lake Powell. In the long tradition of the Indian Trading Post we welcome all of our guests, first timers and old friends alike.

But if you can’t come in person to stay at our Grand Canyon Lodging and visit our gift store and gallery, we invite you to explore our website. Browse our Online Store to experience and purchase some of the Native American Indian art, Southwest art and home decor that Cameron Trading Post has to offer. If you don’t find the Native American Jewelry or Southwestern art you are looking for, Contact Us and we’ll try to help. Visit our History section to learn the history of the Indian Trading Post and Indian Lodge in the Southwest – Cameron Trading Post in particular, details of how Native American Indian art is made and has changed. The Gallery link tells of the original Grand Canyon hotel, built in the 1930′s, that knew such guests as Clara Bow and former President Nixon. This building now houses our fine contemporary and antique Native American Indian art in a beautiful setting that lends itself perfectly to Southwestern art and decor. We have Travel Info available for things to do and see in the area, including the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam, The Hopi Mesas, Sunset Crater and Wupatki, Sedona, and so much more! You can also visit links for information about our restaurant, gift shop, gardens, Grand Canyon hotel lodge, and many other topics.

Whether visiting online, just passing through, or staying in our Grand Canyon hotel surrounded by Southwest art while you vacation in Grand Canyon country, we welcome you to experience the beauty, hospitality, and history of the Cameron Trading Post. Enjoy! And please contact us if you need anything at all.

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3 Responses to “MANY THANKS TO THE CAMERON TRADING POST LODGE.”

  1. roy Says:

    sounds like a pretty awesome place to be, big kudos to them for being so friendly!

  2. Katheryn Cochrane Says:

    Woah Tony, you’re almost across the states! Way to go!!
    Must be hitting much warmer weather down there, great for running! Better than snow storms in Newfoundland!! Best of luck!

    Katheryn
    Newfoundland
    Canada

  3. Mike Says:

    Great to that you are making such progress in your run.I honestly never eet anyone who could atart each day with such optimism not knowing wherethey would lay there head that night.We are with you every step. Mike and Linda Newfoundland

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