Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Grand Canyon National Park

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Electric Vehicle EV Charging Station near Yavapai Lodge in the Grand Canyon

EV Charging Station near Yavapai Lodge in the Grand Canyon

The classic all-American road trip isn’t complete without a stop at the Grand Canyon. Electric vehicle (EV) owners don’t have to miss out on one of the natural wonders of the world. There are charging stations on the North Rim, South Rim and in the gateway town of Tusayan to keep you charged and ready to explore.

Grand Canyon Village

Location: Maswik Lodge, Grand Canyon Auto Services, Yavapai Lodge

Charger Types: J-1772

What to do while you wait: Hop on one of the park’s free shuttles to explore all the best of the South Rim (48 Hour Itinerary LINK). The three-mile, round-trip hike down Bright Angel Trail to 1.5-Mile Resthouse will give you a taste of the inner canyon or opt to stay on the rim by renting a bike from Bright Angel Bicycles and riding Hermit Road. Check out our 48-hour itinerary for more ideas.

NEMA 14-50 outlets are also available at El Tovar Hotel and Trailer Village RV Park


Location: Grand Hotel, 149 S State Route 64, Williams

Charger Types: J-1772 and Tesla Supercharger

What to do while you wait: Head to the Grand Canyon Visitor Center and IMAX where you can watch the film Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets to learn about 4,000 years of Grand Canyon’s history. If you’d rather not waste your hard-earned car charge circling for a parking spot later, leave your car in Tusayan and ride the free shuttle into the park to explore the South Rim.

North Rim

Location: North Rim Country Store, Mile Post 605 on Highway 67

Charger Types: NEMA 14-50 outlet

What to do while you wait: Head across the highway to the Kaibab Lodge to grab a drink and a bite to eat. Or, set up your tent at the Demotte Campground to enjoy the beautiful forests surrounding this side of the Grand Canyon.

Grand Canyon Gateway Towns

Chargers are available in the towns of Williams and Flagstaff to the south, Tuba city to the east, Page and Kanab to the north.


Shuttle Buses in Grand Canyon

Getting Around Inside Grand Canyon National Park

Guided bus tours and hiker shuttles are two options for navigating the Grand Canyon.

RV at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon watching the sun set

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Grand Canyon Train Depot

Getting to the Grand Canyon by Plane, Train, or Bus

Methods of transportation to get to all your great adventures. Ride the Grand Canyon Railway. Fly to the nearest airport and rent a car. Take a bus.

Grand Canyon View

How the Grand Canyon Became a National Park

The Canyon's natural beauty was under attack from developers, miners and ranchers. Jan 11, 1908, Roosevelt stopped them by establishing a national monument.

Couple walks through the newly renovated Grand Canyon visitors area. Photo by Whit Richardson

Grand Canyon Accessibility

Don't let limited accessibility deter you from everything the Grand Canyon has to offer.

Location of the Grand Canyon in Arizona, U.S.

Where is the Grand Canyon?

The canyon was carved out by the Colorado River in northern Arizona from Lake Powell at the Arizona-Utah border to Lake Mead at the Arizona-Nevada border.

Thor's Hammer in Bryce Canyon National Park

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The view at Mather Point in Grand Canyon Naitonal Park

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Follow these tips about viewpoints on the edge, floods, heat and dehydration to enjoy a safe and fantastic Grand Canyon trip.