The Kaibab National Forest is pleased to offer historic Spring Valley Cabin to you through the Arizona Cabin Rental Program. Enjoy spectacular views, cross-country ski trails, and time "away from it all" at the furnished abode. The cabin has a capacity of eight people for overnight stays, and is available year-round. With the bunkhouse up to six more people can stay overnight, for a total capacity of 14 people. The bunkhouse is not reservable on its own.
$100 for the cabin; $150 for the cabin and bunkhouse. Reservations may be made 1 day to 6 months in advance online at Recreation.gov or by phone: 877-444-6777; International 518-885-3639. No walk-in reservations.
Pets are not permitted in the cabin or bunkhouse. Smoking is prohibited inside the cabin or bunkhouse.
Nearby cities include Flagstaff, which is approximately 20 miles east, and Williams, which is approximately 20 miles west from the rental cabin.
Take exit 178 off of Interstate 40 at Parks (about 14 miles east of Williams, AZ). Proceed 1/10 of a mile and turn left; follow this road (Old Route 66) 1/2 mile; turn right onto Spring Valley Road at the Old Parks Store. Spring Valley Road is County Road 141. The pavement ends just before you reach milepost 6. Continue on Forest Road (FR) 141 to the intersection of FR 76, just past milepost 8. Look for the Spring Valley Cabin sign. Turn left on FR 76 and proceed 3/4 mile and the cabin will be visible on your left.
Reservations may be made 1 day to 6 months in advance online at Recreation.gov or by phone: 877-444-6777; TTY/Hearing toll-free 877-833-6777; International 518-885-3639. No walk-in reservations.
Horse Riding & Camping
Spring Valley Cabin was built in 1917. It served as the residence for rangers who worked at the guard station. The bunkhouse was the original office. Pets are not permitted in the cabin or bunkhouse. Up to four horses are allowed in the corral only, not in the pasture or cabin area. Renters are required to provide their own feed and water for horses. Feed (hay, alfalfa, grain, pellets, etc.) must be certified weed-free. If you plan to bring horses, contact the Williams Ranger District Office before making your reservations to ensure you understand all the requirements and restrictions.