If you only have 1 day, 2 days, 7 days, here's what to see and do in the Grand Canyon. Go hiking, rafting, entertain the kids, and learn history.
What to do and see on your Grand Canyon vacation. Go hiking, ride a train or a mule, raft down the Colorado River, and more.
Ride a bike, take a hike, attend a ranger program, become a Junior Ranger, watch the stars and more things to do with kids in the canyon.
The Grand Canyon may be the Seventh Wonder of the World, but there are more wonders waiting to be explored nearby - canyons, wildlife parks and lakes.
Whatever your desire, there are plenty of things to do from November through March in the Grand Canyon.
Get ready for adventure. Here are some of our favorite things to do while at the South Rim from biking in solitude to exploring some of the rim’s most historic treasures.
With its amazing red-rock vistas and starry skies, Grand Canyon is a fantastic place to spend a romantic weekend or celebrate an anniversary.
Here are 8 exceptional ways to have fun and be present, Grand Canyon-style.
Junior Rangers follow the directions below to earn their certificate and badge. Earn the Raven, Coyote, Scorpion Award, or the special Phantom Rattler Patch.
A family hikes to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, discovering there's more than meets the eye.
Have only 24 hours in paradise? Make the most of it with this action-packed itinerary that includes Yavapai and Hopi Points, Bright Angel Trail, and Hermit's Road
What does your week look like? Mix and match to create the ultimate vacation.