Eating & Sleeping

During twilight, a rustic stone and log lodge of three stories with people dining outside on a large covered porch that runs the length of the building.
At the end of a summer day, visitors are dining on the outdoor patio of El Tovar Hotel.

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park visitors standing in front of a rustic lodge. vegetation is displaying fall colors.

South Rim Lodging

South Rim lodging is available all year, and books up well in advance, especially during spring break, summer months, and fall weekends.

a green and white dome tent in a campsite with a picnic table under tall pine trees.

South Rim Camping

Tent and RV camping is available all year in Grand Canyon Village, and seasonally at Desert View. Make reservations well in advance.

Lodge guests on walkways in front of a rustic stone lodge with a gabled roof above the entrance.

North Rim Lodging

Grand Canyon Lodge is open from May 15 through October 15. Lodging books up well in advance. Make reservations as far ahead as possible.

a blue and white dome tent and a picnic table in a campsite surrounded by golden aspen trees.

North Rim Camping

During 2023, the North Rim Campground will be open from May 15 through October 15. Sites are by reservation only through recreation.gov.

several rustic stone and wood cabins underneath green cottonwood trees and canyon walls.

Phantom Ranch Lodging

Advance reservations for meals and lodging at Phantom Ranch are required. Reservations are made via an on-line lottery 15 months in advance.

2 yellow dome tents in a backcountry campsite within canyon walls. 4 backpacks hang from a pole.

Backcountry Camping

To camp overnight anywhere inside Grand Canyon you must first obtain a permit from the Backcountry Information Center.

a goblet of ice water next to a fancy salad in a yellow bowl on a glass table.

Food: Restaurants and Groceries

Restaurants and groceries are available on the South Rim in Grand Canyon Village and Desert View —and on the North Rim during their season.

 

Due to the pandemic, public health measures are in place, including temporary closures, and modified operations.

Visit this webpage (updated daily) for a list of what is open, hours of operation, and COVID-19 updates.

 
three mobile phones side-by-side, are displaying screens from the NPS mobile app; the menu, map, and search.

The National Park Service Mobile App is a great tool for planning your trip, then it can be used as a guide during your visit. You can download the maps and content from Grand Canyon National Park for offline use. It’s especially handy if you’re exploring remote areas or concerned about data limits. Free and available now.

 

Additional Information:

Last updated: November 18, 2022

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PO Box 129
Grand Canyon , AZ 86023

Phone:

928-638-7888

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