Goods & Services
South Rim Services
(Grand Canyon Village)
Groceries and General Store
North Country Health Care Grand Canyon Clinic
Open Daily: 7:30 am – 5 pm 365 days a year
The park kennel is located on the South Rim near Maswik Lodge.
Lost & Found
Desert View Services
Desert View Trading Post Gift Shop
Information and Books
North Rim Services
The North Rim of the park has started to close for the winter. Visit this page for the closing schedule.
The North Rim Chevron Service Station is located on the entrance road into the Campground. Gasoline and diesel fuel is available within the park. 24 hour pay at the pump. Self-service gas and diesel fuel will continue to be available in the park through December 1 or until State Highway 67 closes.
Very minor auto repairs are available at the Chevron Service Station inside the park. Gasoline, and some auto supplies are also available at the North Rim Country Store (Kaibab Lodge) and at Jacob Lake 45 miles/ 75 km north.
Laundry and Showers (Coin Operated)
Located on the access road leading to the North Rim Campground. Open Daily 7:00 am to 10:00 pm - Showers 7:00 am to 8:00 pm through October 15th.
Located in the Grand Canyon Lodge complex. Window service open Monday through Friday 8:00 am to noon and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Closed Saturday, Sunday and holidays.
Emergency services are provided by park rangers on duty. Dial 911 from any pay phone, dial 9-911 from your cabin/motel room.
Lost and Found
For information about lost and found property contact the visitor center information desk or the Grand Canyon Lodge front desk, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Books and Gift Shops
Grand Canyon Association Park Store, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm (closes 10/31/2018)
Camping, hiking, and backpacking equipment may be purchased at the Camper Store in the North Rim Campground. 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Closed for the winter (10/15/2018)
Religious services are offered in the park. The National Park Service does not endorse any group or message. See bulletin board in lodge for schedule of services.
The National Park Service manages this area for its primitive values, improvements and services are minimal. No gas, food, water, lodging, garbage collection, or other services are provided.
A National Park Service ranger is stationed here year-round, but may not always be available. An emergency phone is located at the Tuweep Ranger Station.
Last updated: October 18, 2018