Copper Canyon Sierra Lodge

Venture off the beaten path at the Copper Canyon Sierra Lodge
The lodge is built like a long, low, old-fashioned log cabin
Hospitable staff will make your stay memorable
Relax on the porch in hand-crafted log chairs
Enjoy delicious meals, prepared with care from your onsite cooks
Melanie Schneider
Rooms feature fireplaces and glowing lanterns
Homespun cotton bedspreads, bathrobes and richly tiled floors offer cozy accommodations
Rooms have fireplaces and modern tiled bath facilities
Gas lamps will light the way after sunset
Soak in the terrace views of the Cusarare River

The Copper Canyon Sierra Lodge is nestled against the side of a small pine-scented valley in the Copper Canyon and is about as far off the beaten path as you can get. Here you'll find no electricity, no telephones, no TV's, no radios, no internet. Experience Copper Canyon without the noise and bustle of modern life - experience the best Copper Canyon has to offer!

The Lodge
The lodge is built like a long, low, old-fashioned log cabin with a corrugated tin roof. The 18 guest rooms open onto a long tiled front porch, with rustic wooden, hand-crafted log chairs. Kerosene lanterns are strung across the porch. Relax with a good book, visit with friends, all while the Cusarare River, located directly in front of the lodge, twists and winds its way through the valley to a nearby waterfall.

Guest Rooms
Although rustic in nature, the guest rooms are spacious with rich, red-tiled floors, white plaster and log walls, Indian rugs, homespun cotton bedspreads, beamed ceilings, Indian murals, and modern, tiled bathrooms with hot water and even bathrobes! The gentle glow of the gas lamps lends romance. Each room has a wood-burning stove to keep you warm, a few with fireplaces. Guests find that there is an elegance to the rustic lodging at the Copper Canyon Sierra Lodge - each room offers plenty of rest and comfort.

Dining Options
All meals are included and the simple, hearty food is perfect after a day of hiking to the nearby waterfall, painted caves or the village of Cusarare. Guests dine together in a large and delightfully cozy room with a giant stone fireplace, Indian murals, and varnished tables. A roaring fire takes the night chill away, and so do Marta's margaritas. Make a toast to the fine folks who delight in making your stay authentic in every way!