COVID-19 Updates

At Grand Canyon National Park, creating a safe and healthy environment is our highest priority. Delaware North is taking appropriate actions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States Public Health System and the National Park Service.

Effective Sunday, March 22, 2020, the following Delaware North Operations will close:

  • Yavapai Lodge, Yavapai Lodge Restaurant and Tavern
  • Trailer Village RV Park (full hook-up, no hook-up and partial hook-up) is closed, along with Trailer Village restrooms
  • The RV and Camper Services laundry, showers and food service will be closed
  • Effective March 23, 2020, Canyon Village Market & Deli will be open from 12-6 p.m., takeout meals available
  • Desert View Market & Deli and Desert View Trading Post and Ice Cream
  • Desert View Service Station will be available for self-service gas with credit card only

COVID-19 Cancellation Policy Adjustment

In light of recent events, Yavapai Lodge & Trailer Village is making a change to the way existing reservations have traditionally been handled. We will be temporarily offering refunds to current reservations without a cancellation fee. If you do cancel your current plans, we hope that you’ll consider joining us at a more convenient date this year.

If you have any questions or need assistance with your reservation, please contact us at:

877-404-4611
https://www.visitgrandcanyon.com/contact-us

From everybody at Yavapai Lodge & Trailer Village, thank you for your patronage.

We're looking forward to having you as our guest, and wanted to let you know about the numerous precautions that Yavapai Lodge and Trailer Village has taken due to recent events. Yavapai Lodge & Trailer Village is actively monitoring the coronavirus situation and taking actions advised by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure the safety of our guests and employees.

We wanted to give you the peace of mind that:

  • Yavapai Lodge and Trailer Village is following the CDC's guidance relating to employees staying home from work when experiencing symptoms of acute respiratory illness. This includes actively encouraging symptomatic employees to stay home and sending home associates who appear symptomatic. If a Yavapai Lodge or Trailer Village employee is confirmed to have coronavirus, managers have been instructed to immediately report it via our corporate crisis hotline.
  • Our parent company, Delaware North, is partnering with Ecolab to supply cleaning and sanitation products for use in our workspaces. Yavapai Lodge and Trailer Village has ordered appropriate products and shared Ecolab's guidance on specific touch points common to our workspaces that should be disinfected with increased frequency.
  • Yavapai Lodge and Trailer Village leadership was also briefed on CDC guidance for businesses to plan for and respond to the coronavirus. This includes several directives and communications such as informative posters at key locations, hygiene supplies, environmental cleaning best practices, guidance from the National Restaurant Association specific to food-service operations and local and state health department recommendations.

We have also provided employees with a coronavirus update and additional guidance from the CDC.

Yavapai Lodge and Trailer Village has long excelled at delighting its guests. You can rest assured we are taking appropriate steps to ensure that your stay is a great experience.