Peach Springs (Walapai: Hàkđugwi:v) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Mohave County, Arizona, United States. The population was 1,090 at the 2010 census. Peach Springs serves as the administrative headquarters of the Hualapai (meaning People of the Tall Pine) people, and is located on the Hualapai Reservation.
Things to do in Peach Springs
5 based on 41 reviews
No other restaurant view on the planet like this place. Had the filet, cauliflower casserole (amazing) and a glass of wine. Everything was perfect. Super nice staff. Reasonable prices. About 1hr-20min from Vegas Strip. West Rim canyon views and this restaurant are worth the drive. You will be as amazed as I was. I'll be back.
4 based on 95 reviews
The full service Diamond Creek Restaurant compliments the family friendly atmosphere with breakfast, lunch, and dinner service.
Perfect stop on 66. The stew and flat taco are excellent. Great taste of local cuisine. Onion rings and honey dipped fried chicken really good as well. Outstanding service!
4 based on 153 reviews
My husband made this reservation after searching for the “nearest lodging to Grand Canyon West.” Only to find out afterwards that despite its physician location nearest to the west rim, its access through a road is actually over 2 hours from the rim. You can reach Vegas in that time or stay at Kingsman which is the same distance from the rim, much bigger, cheaper with multiple food options. Peach springs has all of one restaurant! Lodge is sandwiched between highway 66 and the railroad. Even with room on the highway side, you hear the train every 15 minutes including the horn. Yes, other reviewers do not exaggerate, it’s truly 15 minutes. All day and all night. Bring your Xanax. Unless you sleep like the dead, you will hear the train. It’s in the middle of nowhere but not like a retreat in the woods type of nowhere, it’s on US 66 away from everything. Save your money and more importantly your time. Map this before you book it. If you are traveling east from Vegas via GC to Sedona then perhaps this is worth it. Oh and for the free breakfast you have to pay extra for the hot options (eggs, meat). Tourist trap at its max. Worst mistake ever booking this. Found out too late.
4 based on 58 reviews
We ate dinner after we finished our Cavern Tour. The resturant is located in the building with the gift shop and Cavern Tour. The decore of the building is very nice and is still right out of the Route 66 days. The resturant prices are good especially for the quality of the meals. Everyone in our group tried something different and everyone really liked what they received. The server was fun and did a great job with our group of 10. If nothing esle you need to try a piece of the home made PIE, they were all fantastic, some of the best I have had in all of the Southwest. They have a limited selection of beers and wines but we all found something to suit our taste.
This is a must stop place to get a road rest and some great food. We will be back to try some of the other items on the menu.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This is a small Market on Route 66, in Peach Springs, AZ.. You will find a coffee shop, small bakery, groceries and gas pumps. This is the only service/convience store in town. The prices are very reasonable, the facilities are clean, and the stafff are very friendly.
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