Download PDF Map of the South Rim and Grand Canyon Village

Find historic buildings designed by architect Mary Colter, interactive visitor centers and incredible museums, along with lodges, hotels and campgrounds.
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Download Grand Canyon South Rim Map PDF

When many people talk about "the Grand Canyon," they are talking about the South Rim in Grand Canyon National Park with its busy hub, Grand Canyon Village. This area of the park is open to visitors 365-day-a-year. Here you'll find historic buildings designed by architect Mary Colter, interactive visitor centers and incredible museums, along with lodges, hotels and campgrounds. Use this map to find distances between areas of the South Rim, the Grand Canyon shuttle routes, and the greenway biking/walking path.

Need a Detailed Topographic Map for the Grand Canyon?

Buy the National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map Pack for the South and North Rims of the national park plus native areas of Grand Canyon West and Grand Canyon East at REI.com. Coverage also includes Lake Mead, Parashant National Monument, Glen and Paria Canyons and neighboring national forests and wilderness areas. Map notes locations of trails, trailheads, points of interest, campgrounds, geologic history and much more printed on waterproof, tear-resistant material.

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