Off-Grid Living or RV Camping- Open Spaces

Grand Canyon Junction (AKA Valle)

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To secure the property for owner finance payments you will be redirected to our payment page to make the $250 non-refundable closing and doc fee. You will be contacted for arrangements to pay the full down payment by wire transfer, cashier check, etc. Note also when financed in-house a $15/mo loan service fee and estimated property taxes to be added to monthly payment.

To secure the property for cash payment you will be redirected to our payment page to make the deposit plus the $250 non-refundable closing and doc fee. You will be contacted for arrangements to pay the full cash payment by wire transfer, cashier check, etc


People from all around the world come to visit, enjoy and marvel at the Grand Canyon. You can do that whenever you want, as a land owner in the Grand Canyon Estates. Escape from society for a while or permanently and put down your stakes in this 4.77 acre lot to call your own.  You can live on property that is clean, pristine and unmarred by development. This property is for people who desire a way of getting back to nature.

Grand Canyon Estates is located in North Central Arizona at Grand Canyon Junction (aka Valle). That puts it only about 30 minutes south of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and 30 minutes north of Williams, AZ.  Grand Canyon Junction is approx. 30 minutes north of Williams, AZ and approx. 30 minutes from the Grand Canyon. It is a small town that has an Inn, gas station, convenience store and an Airport. Flagstaff is the county seat and is the closest metropolitan area with an estimated population of only 68,000 and about 50 miles away, just an hour away. It is located next to Mount Elden, just south of the San Francisco Peaks, which includes Humphreys Peak, at over 12,600ft, within an hour drive you have the highest point in the state and the lowest.

There are many recreational activities in the area, of course Grand Canyon National Park and its attractions. Hiking the trails there or in Kaibab and Coconino National forest. There’s great hunting available and you are located in GMU 9. Water activities on such as boating, fishing, skiing on Lake Mead or rafting on Colorado River.  In the winter there is snow skiing at Arizona Sunbowl. This has tremendous possibility of future growth and progress and is among the most amazing and breathtaking regions of Arizona. Inspiration Guaranteed

Recreational Camping or Building a Home

If you’re looking for a base to camp and enjoy the areas many outdoor activities, then this is a perfect place as you can camp 120 days or 3 months. If you’re looking to build and stay long term, than its still the perfect place as the county allows for RV living, tiny home, and traditional cabin build homes.

This parcel offers plenty of open space for privacy of your build or RV. With 4.77 acres there is enough area to have several campsites to rent if you are looking to do do AirBnB or HipCamp.

Of course, the most important resource is water. Do note that County residents obtain their water in a variety of ways, including Domestic Water Improvement Districts, owner cooperatives, community water systems, shared wells, individual wells, and commonly in this area many residents take advantage of hauled water from the local Valle Canyon Water company.

Property Information

Parcel Size

4.77 Acres




Coconino County

Nearest Cities

Grand Canyon Junction (aka Valle), Williams, Flagstaff

Parcel Number



2225 Coldwater Dr.

Legal Description

Grand Canyon Unit 15, Lot 29









Dirt Road


Solar or Generator


Haul/Holding Tank




Agricultural Residential (AR)


approx 6065 FT

Nearby Attractions/City

Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park, in Arizona, is home to much of the immense Grand Canyon, with its layered bands of red rock revealing millions of years of geological history. Viewpoints include Mather Point, Yavapai Observation Station and architect Mary Colter’s Lookout Studio and her Desert View Watchtower. Lipan Point, with wide views of the canyon and Colorado River, is a popular, especially at sunrise and sunset.


Flagstaff is an hour drive away, often called the “The City of Seven Wonders” because it sits in the midst of the Coconino National Forest and is circled by the Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, Walnut Canyon, Wupatki National Monument, Sunset Crater National Monument, and the San Francisco Peaks.

The city , surrounded by mountains, desert and ponderosa pine forest, is a gateway to the San Francisco Peaks, home to Arizona’s tallest mountain (Humphreys Peak) and the Arizona Snowbowl ski resort. Nearby, Wupatki National Monument has Native American pueblo sites, and Walnut Canyon National Monument is dotted with their cliff dwellings.


Is approx. 30 miles south of the property, which makes Williams just 60 miles away from the southern rim of the Grand Canyon. This makes Williams a popular stop for visitors to the natural beauty of Arizona. The historic Grand Canyon Railway makes it southern stop here, ferrying hundreds of thousands of tourists every year to and from the Canyon on its hundred-year-old steam-powered line. In the more immediate surrounds, the Kaibab National Forest and the Bill Williams Mountain area provide great opportunities for camping, hiking and adventure.

Hunting – Kaibab and Coconino National Forest

Arizona offers some of the best, and most unique, hunting opportunities in the nation. Whether your pursuits in the field involve any of the state’s 10 big-game species, or its abundant small-game choices, including waterfowl, hunters can count on having an enjoyable and memorable experience. More information needed to start preparing for your next hunting adventure on the Arizona Game and Fish Department website.