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Grand Canyon National Park

Open today: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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Take the time to explore the Grand Canyon! Be careful during the Monsoon season. The rains come in... read more

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Bucket List!

No words for the awe of Mother Nature. Pretty amazing how a river can carve this out! Stop at all... read more

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Reviewed yesterday

Take the time to explore the Grand Canyon! Be careful during the Monsoon season. The rains come in fast and furious and could cause some issues. It is a beautiful place for sure!

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Reviewed yesterday

No words for the awe of Mother Nature. Pretty amazing how a river can carve this out! Stop at all the overlooks you can stop at. Each one has a different view! Love the sign about ‘rock bottom’.

Thank Nicalaine B
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We've visited 7 National Parks on our 3 week Roadtrip in the US. Each is so well organized, with maps and information boards throughout the Parks. This one is no exception. We bought an Annual Pass costing $80 at our first Park, which covered us...More

Thank CardiffMaddie
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is too beautiful for words. Pictures don't do it justice. There is so much to take in, it was a spiritual experience for me, imagining how it must have looked over the years. The train ride is a must, the guides pointed all...More

1  Thank texasjoy10
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Once in a life time experience. Amazing view. The day we went there it was sunny, bright and windy. Enjoyed the park close to 3 hours and it was the best part of our trip to Arizona..

Thank pbsreekumar
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We took the train from Williams. Lots of tourists from all over the world. The blue line shuttle bus was a nice way to see the park especially for elderly senior citizens who have limited mobility! Only issue was very limited bathrooms were open by...More

Thank P3753BJkarend
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This National Park has many problems. The Park Service has done its best to overcome them, but you can't fix everything. The Park Service is charged with protecting lands, but also providing access to all people. They do a good job with parking and shuttle...More

Thank Terri P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Get there for sunrise to see the beautiful colors of the canyon walls. We went to the Geology Center for an un crowded view. Costs $35 for a weeks entry fee

Thank jcmallard1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Having now seen the canyon for myself its no wonder this place is on most people bucket lists. The Canyon views are breath taking. We completed the rim walk which took us about 3 hours and we couldn't believe what we saw. The weather was...More

Thank colina908
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited the South Rim in mid October, flying from a small airport on the outskirts of Vegas, flown to the national park in a small plane, stopped at a visitor centre and took a walk around the rim and then took a short helicopter...More

1  Thank Passport55772519878
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Keith T
23 October 2018|
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Response from Chia2005 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Keith, if you want to see the Grand Canyons, and you want to drive there, you will need to either go the South Rim or if you are willing to pay around $80 per person, you can go to the West rim which is run by the... More
Bhagirathi R
8 September 2018|
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Response from martinov10 | Reviewed this property |
You just pay 35 for the park . Then the rest is free .
paula v
11 August 2018|
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Response from TanZimSa | Reviewed this property |
Take Scenic Byways. You can travel some of the most beautiful roads in America -- go past Zion & Bryce canyons.