Note: Grand Canyon National Park is currently unable to process any Commercial Filming or Still Photography Permits due to staffing shortages. Thank you for your understanding.
Grand Canyon National Park is recognized worldwide as an area set aside and administered with preservation at the core. In order to preserve and protect resources and to assure the enjoyment of those resources by the public, the following guidelines are established by the superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park as they relate to filming and photographic activities within the park boundaries.
How to Apply
The application packet must include:
Long Filming and Photography Permit Application (Revised June 2017)
You may email us if you have questions.
Location Fee Schedule
Commercial filming: digital or film recording of a visual image or sound recording by a person, business, or other entity for a market audience, such as for a documentary, television or feature film, advertisement, or similar project. Under P.L. 106-206, all commercial filming requires a permit and is subject to a location fee and cost recovery charges.
Note: Grand Canyon National Park is currently unable to process new Film/Photography Permits due to staffing shortages. We hope to be able to accept new requests during June, 2019.
Last updated: August 13, 2019