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Lodging Inside the park
Did you know? On the park's South Rim, free shuttle bus service is operating on a modified schedule During the 2021 Season, the Hermit Road (Red Route), and the Eastbound Kaibab Rim (Orange Route) will be in service. The Village (Blue Route), and the Westbound Kaibab Rim (Orange Route). and the Tusayan (Purple Route) are not in service.
Lodging Just Outside of the Park
South of Grand Canyon Village, accommodations are available in the gateway community of Tusayan, 7 miles (11 km) south of Grand Canyon Village, along Arizona Highway 64.
Best Western Canyon Squire Inn OPEN
Holiday Inn Express OPEN
Red Feather Lodge * OPEN
Seven Mile Lodge OPEN
If you plan to be staying at one of the lodges in Tusayan during our busy season, (March 1, through September 30) the park provides free shuttle bus service between Tusayan Hotels/Lodges and the South Rim Visitor Center every 20 minutes.
Visitors entering the park from the gateway community of Tusayan via the free shuttle bus must present a valid park entrance pass. Entrance passes may be purchased at park entrance stations, online, or at these businesses in Tusayan.
Additional Lodging Available South of Grand Canyon Village:
Lodging is not available at Desert View; however there is a seasonal campground.
Nearest Lodging Outside of the Park and East of Desert View
Phantom Ranch, at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, is a popular destination for both hikers and mule riders. Overnight dormitories and cabins can be reserved and meals are available for purchase. Advance reservations for meals and lodging are required.
(An NPS backcountry permit is not required for overnight stays at the dormitories or cabins at Phantom Ranch.) The park's Backcountry Information Center does not make reservations for Phantom Ranch lodging or meals. Reservations are made through Grand Canyon National Park Lodges.
"Traveling Green" is a great way to help Grand Canyon and other areas you visit reduce carbon emissions, divert and reduce what goes into the waste stream, and to generally help the environment.
Visit our Traveling Green page for helpful tips on planning your next green adventure.
Thanks for doing what you can to help protect our environment!