Just upstream of the Colorado River and Little Colorado River confluence sits a vacant cabin built in 1880 by Benjamin Beamer. The stone cabin is built on a midden of up to almost 5.5 feet and dates back to AD 600.
Beamer was one of the many miners seeking fortune in the Grand Canyon. He lived in the cabin for 12 years.
The cabin is an unlikely stop for white water rafting trips because the main attraction at the Little Colorado River confluence is swimming down the Little!
Beamer’s Cabin along the Little Colorado River was last modified: July 22nd, 2015 by