Find information about Grand Canyon National Park’s location, entrances, visitor centers and shuttle stops to get your logistics in order before your vacation.
What is the difference between the three rims? Two are in the national park and the third is owned by the Hualapai Nation. And Havasu Falls is in between.
Those visiting the remote North Rim (a 5-hour drive from South Rim) will be rewarded with a chance to see the canyon without the crowds.
Open 365 days a year, the South Rim offers plenty of activities, restaurants and, of course, gorgeous views. It is the most-visited part of the canyon.
Learn about the lore behind the national park's most legendary places.
The region to the west of the national park is privately owned and operated by the Hualapai Tribe. It's 242 miles from Grand Canyon National Park visitors center.
After a long hike on the Havasupai Indian Reservation, enjoy three refreshing waterfalls in the canyon, Havasu Falls, Mooney Falls and Navajo Falls.
Explore this less-traveled route on the South Rim's western end by foot, bike, or shuttle. Hermit Road follows the rim for 8 miles with scenic overlooks.
What’s the difference? A lot. To start, they are on opposite ends of the canyon and 4 hours apart. Get the facts at a glance about these two vacation destinations.
Free shuttle buses operate in and around the South Rim village. No tickets are required, and bus stops are clearly marked throughout the park by signs.
Spectacular views on this scenic road will have you stopping often for photos.
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.