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Cabins
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Big Springs Cabins
The Big Springs cabin site is located approximately 30 miles from Fredonia, Ariz., on Forest Service Road 22, about an hour drive from the north rim of the Grand Canyon. The cabins are about a 35-minute drive from the Rainbow Rim Trail, a winding 18-mile hiking and mountain biking trail on the forest that offers stunning views from five scenic overlooks along the north rim of the Grand Canyon. The cabins are a perfect base camp for day hikes on the Kaibab Plateau, or for group retreats in the cool pines. Visitors can enjoy picknicking, sight-seeing, wildlife viewing and access to additional scenic overlooks of the Grand Canyon from within the forest and other points of interest. To make reservations, please visit Recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777. For additional information on the Big Springs cabin rentals, please contact the North Kaibab Ranger District at (928) 643-7395 or the Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center at (928) 643-7298. For a story map on of the Kaibab National Forest cabin rentals go to the KNF Cabin Rentals. To see more photos of Hull Cabin, along with other images of our cabin rentals, go to "Kaibab Cabin Rentals" Images Album.
Access
Drive In
Operator
USDA Forest Service
Features
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Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
No Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Big Springs Cabins is located in Arizona
Latitude
36.602 N
Longitude
-112.35 W
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Directions
From Fredonia, AZ, head south on Forest Road 22 for 20 miles until the pavement ends. Continue on FR 22 for 6.7 miles of unpaved road to Big Springs Administrative site on your left (east of FR 22).
1 Review of Big Springs Cabins
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Good deal for families, solo travelers, and couples

The area is located between Zion and Grand Canyon North Rim. If coming from Fredonia (basically from Zion) you have about 6 miles of gravel road, but have 23 miles of gravel road between it and the North Rim. It’s not the smoothest gravel road I have been on, but I made it there going slowly in a sedan. I’d recommend a truck or SUV for the 23 mile gravel drive if possible.

you have to bring your own sheets and bathrooms and kitchen are in a shared area. A beautiful and peaceful place though!