On January 11, 2000, Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument an area of 1,048,321 acres was set aside by Presidential Proclamation to protect the array of scientific and historic objects, and the remote, scenic qualities of the region. The National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management share responsibility for the management of this land - consistent with applicable laws and policies.


There are a variety of rules and regulations that dictate how the park must be managed. These regulations help us protect monument resources while also providing visitors with a safe and enjoyable experience.

  • The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and the Superintendent's Compendium provide a complete listing of monument rules and regulations.
  • The Superintendent's Compendium is reviewed annually and provides a list of regulations under the discretionary authority of the superintendent.

Management Plans

A variety of management plans inform and direct the day-to-day decisions of monument managers.

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