Located about 30 miles east of the east entrance to the national park, the trading post has been operating since 1916 and encompasses a sprawling gift shop, motel, and RV park, but the standout operation is the restaurant. With a mix of Victorian (ornate woodwork, and a pressed tin ceiling) and Navajo trappings (rugs and art), its an interesting place for the eye, enhanced by the big picture windows affording a view of the seemingly endless red desert. Meals are hearty and feature lots of regional spice, from the French toast stuffed with prickly-pear jelly for breakfast to the French dip on Navajo fry bread at lunch. Dinner adds steak, seafood, and Mexican plates to the mix.
Grand Canyon National Park
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Cameron Trading Post Restaurant
In Cameron Trading Post, 466 US 89
Our Rating Neighborhood Cameron Hours Summer daily 6am–10pm; winter daily 7am–9pm Phone 928/679-2231 Prices Breakfast and lunch $7–$14; dinner $11–$27 Web site Cameron Trading Post Restaurant
MapIn Cameron Trading Post, 466 US 89 Grand Canyon National Park
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