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Attention: Effective December 1, 2014 or after first significant weather event, road access to Spring Valley Cabin Bunkhouse is CLOSED. Road is not maintained during winter, travel to cabin limited to foot or ski travel only. Road will reopen May 1, 2015. Call Williams District for more information (928) 635-5600.
Attention: Spring Valley Cabin Bunkhouse is closed January 4, 2015 through March 15, 2015.
SPRING VALLEY CABIN BUNKHOUSE, AZ
part ofKaibab National Forest, US Forest Service
Status: Open year round. Season Dates
OverviewSpring Valley Cabin and Bunkhouse offer a peaceful retreat with spectacular views, quiet solitude, wildlife viewing opportunities and access to cross country ski trails, all just minutes away from Flagstaff, and one hour from Grand Canyon National Park. This year-round getaway can host up to 14 people between the cabin and adjacent bunkhouse. The facility is popular among equestrian campers, as horses are allowed on the grounds.
The facility can be accessed by vehicle, however, drive-in access may not be available in winter. Cross country ski access is available when conditions require it. The distance from the winter parking area to the cabin is one mile. Guests are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring several of their own amenities.
The structures are located at an elevation of 7,320 feet, overlooking a wide meadow while being being nestled beneath mature ponderosa pines. The cabin was constructed in 1917 as the residence for rangers who worked at the guard station. The bunkhouse served as the office. It is still occasionally used as a field station for U.S. Forest Service employees.
With miles upon miles of national forest and park lands to explore, visitors have no shortage of outdoor activities from which to choose. The cabin is adjacent to a cross country ski trail, which provides access to the cabin when the roads are covered in snow, and an area for snow tubing is nearby.
The facility is made up of two buildings, a cabin and bunkhouse. The cabin is equipped with five twin beds and one queen bed, all with mattresses, to sleep up to seven people. A maximum of eight people is allowed within the cabin. There is a dining area, a restroom with flush toilet and shower, cleaning equipment, and a kitchen with drinking water and plenty of kitchen supplies.
Grand Canyon National Park's South Rim is a must-see attraction just over an hour away. The nearby town of Williams and the city of Flagstaff have numerous restaurants, hotels, gift shops, grocery stores and cultural attractions.
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Know Before You Go
Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From Flagstaff, follow Interstate 40 west for about 30 miles and take exit 178 at Parks. Proceed one-tenth of a mile and turn left onto Old Route 66. Follow this road about a half-mile, then turn right onto Spring Valley Road/County Road 141, at the Old Parks Store. Continue on County Road 141 to the intersection of Forest Road 76, just past milepost 8 (pavement ends just before reaching milepost 6). Look for the Spring Valley Cabin sign. Turn left on Forest Road 76, and proceed less than a mile. The cabin will be on the left.
From Williams, travel east on Interstate 40 for about 14 miles and take exit 178 at Parks. Follow the directions above to the cabin.
Mailing Address:SPRING VALLEY CABIN BUNKHOUSE
742 S. CLOVER RD
WILLIAMS AZ 86046
Phone Number:Project Office: (928)635-5600