(Grand Canyon Village)
Lodging Inside the park
Yavapai Lodge is now operated by Delaware North.
To view Photos of the historic El Tovar and Bright Angel Lodges:
DYK? The park's free shuttle buses connect the lodges with restaurants, shops, visitor centers, scenic overlooks and trailheads.
Canyon Squire Inn
Holiday Inn Express
Red Feather Lodge
Seven Mile Lodge
The Grand Hotel
If you are staying at one of these lodges during the summer months, the park provides free shuttle service between Tusayan and the park. (mid-May through mid-September)
Desert View (South Rim - East Entrance to the Park)
Cameron Trading Post and Motel
Additional lodging is available in Tuba City, 53 miles/85 km northeast of Desert View on Highways 64, 89 and 160.
Nearest Available Lodging brochure for both the South and North Rim (46 kb PDF file, Sept. 2015)
NPS photos by Michael Quinn
Inner Canyon - Phantom Ranch:
The park's Backcountry Information Center does not make reservations for Phantom Ranch lodging or meals. Overnight guests of Phantom Ranch who have advance reservations do not need to obtain backcountry camping permits.
Reservations for meals and lodging are required.
To view more photos of Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the canyon:
For Additional information:
Lodging Inside the park is Closed for the Winter
2015 North Rim Grand Canyon Guide Newspaper
May 15 through October 15, 2015.
North Rim Guide (letter-size)
Pages split to print on 8.5 x 11" paper.
(4.3 MB PDF File)
North Rim Guide (tabloid size)
Prints on 11 x 17" paper
(2.2 MB PDF File)
The 2015 edition of the North Rim Guide contains the maps, schedules and information needed to plan your visit.
The North Rim has a short season, so it is best to reserve lodging and campsites as far ahead as possible.
Download Maps and Trail Guide as one large page 22.5 x 17" (467 kb PDF)
Lodging Outside the Park (North Rim)
Jacob Lake Inn
Additional lodging is available in Fredonia, 77 miles/ 124 km northwest on Highways 67 and Alt. 89, Kanab, 84 miles/135 km northwest on Highway 67 and Alt. 89, and Marble Canyon, 82 miles/131 km northeast on Highways 67 and Alt. 89.
Nearest Available Lodging brochure for both the South and North Rim (43 kb PDF file, Sept. 2015)
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Visit our Traveling Green page for helpful tips on planning your next green adventure.
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