Getting to the Grand Canyon

Driving to the Grand Canyon is a glorious journey. Download our Grand Canyon Park map and check our itinerary collection for your perfect road trip vacation. You can choose from many different routes that make the trip almost as exciting as the adventures you’ll have when you arrive.


Top Three Road Trips to the Grand Canyon

1. Tucson & Phoenix to Grand Canyon South Rim

See the Grand Canyon State’s finest in 362 miles. Start at Tucson and drive through Phoenix, Sedona, Verde Valley, arriving at the South Rim.

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Williams Arizona Sycamore Hike

Williams, Arizona

Kaibab Natl Forest, animal park, scenic train ride

Downtown Flagstaff Arizona

Flagstaff, Arizona

Museums, hiking, skiing, observatory, disc golf

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2. Reno & Las Vegas to Grand Canyon South Rim

Start in Reno, NV before heading south to enjoy the beauty of Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, and Kingman, AZ. From here it follows the Historic Route 66 to Peach Springs and Seligman. Then it’s I-40 East to Williams, AZ, and north to Grand Canyon’s South Rim.

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Kingman, Arizona

Kingman, Arizona

Route 66 history, wineries, gateway to Skywalk

Springs Preserve in NV

Springs Preserve, NV

Botanical gardens, hiking trails, museums

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3. Utah Parks Plus Grand Canyon Loop

Hit every national park in Utah plus both the North Rim and South Rim of the Grand Canyon on this 10-day trip.

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Arch in Moab, Utah

Moab, Utah

Arches & Canyonlands Parks, red rock landscapes

The Wave in Kane County, Utah

Kane County, Utah

Slot canyons, ATV trails, Lake Powell

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