The South Rim’s South Entrance is open 24 hours/day. Overnight accommodations, and some visitor services are available. More

Desert View and the East Entrance remain closed because of COVID-19 lockdowns on the neighboring Navajo Nation. You must enter and exit the park through the South Entrance. (Tusayan)

The North Rim is open for Day Use Only. The Lodge and Campground have closed for the 2020 season. Details

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Images of lodges on the south rim.
Examples of South Rim Lodging

South Rim

Lodging Inside the park
Lodging is booked well in advance, especially during spring break, summer months, and fall weekends.

Be sure to make reservations as far ahead as possible.

The lodges in Grand Canyon Village are open year round, and most are within walking distance of the canyon rim.

Reservations are handled by Delaware North and Xanterra Parks & Resorts.

(Grand Canyon Village)
On the left: El Tovar Hotel and Xanterra logo, on the right Yavapai Lodge with Delaware North logo
Xanterra Parks and Resorts
in the Historic District

Bright Angel Lodge
El Tovar Hotel
Kachina Lodge
Thunderbird Lodge
Maswik Lodge
Delaware North
at Market Plaza near the Visitor Center

Yavapai Lodge *
Trailer Village RV Park

* = Pets allowed
Additional fee may apply
Online Reservations:
Online Reservations:
Toll Free Reservations: (888) 297-2757
International (303) 297-2757
Toll Free Reservations: (877) 404-4611
International (801) 449-4139

Did you know? On the park's South Rim, limited free shuttle bus service has resumed? When you arrive on the South Rim, you will receive a copy of the South Rim Pocket Map and Services Guide. This map shows the lodges and their relation to the shuttle bus routes. You may download a copy of the map here.

Map of Grand Canyon Village showing the main visitor facilities and colored lines corresponding to the colors of the 4 shuttle bus routes. Download the Accessible PDF file.
Click on the map above to download the "Getting Around the South Rim" Map and Services Pocket Guide (4 MB PDF file)

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.

For general information about lodging in Tusayan:
Grand Canyon Chamber & Visitor’s Bureau
P.O. Box 3007 Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
(844) 638-2901

Best Western Canyon Squire Inn OPEN
800-995-2521 or 928-638-2673

Grand Canyon Plaza Hotel OPEN
800-995-2521 or 928-638-2673

The Grand Hotel
888-634-7263 or 928-638-3333

Holiday Inn Express OPEN
888-473-2269 or 928-638-3000

Red Feather Lodge * OPEN
866-561-2425 or 928-638-2414

Seven Mile Lodge OPEN
(928) 638-2291

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:

  • Valle, Arizona - 30 miles (50 km) south on Highway 64
    Grand Canyon Inn 800-635-9203
  • Red Lake, Arizona - 43 miles (69 km) south on Highway 64
    Red Lake Hostel and Texico Station
    800-581-4753 or 928-635-4753
  • Williams, Arizona - 60 miles (100 km) south on Highway 64
    Williams Chamber of Commerce
    800-863-0546 or 928-635-1418
  • Flagstaff, Arizona - 80 miles (130 km) southeast on Highways 64 and180
    Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
    800-379-0065 or 928-213-2951


Desert View

South Rim East Entrance and Desert View CLOSED Until Further Notice

Lodging is not available at Desert View; however there is a seasonal campground.

The Desert View Campground is
Closed due to Covid-19 concerns.
The Campground will be open for the 2020 season between mid-April and mid-October, 2020.

Desert View Webpage and Desert View Map (237kb PDF File)

Nearest Lodging Outside of the Park and East of Desert View

  • Cameron, Arizona - 30 miles (48 km) east of Desert View on Highway 64
    Cameron Trading Post and Motel *
    800-338-7385 or 928-679-2231
  • Tuba City, Arizona - 53 miles (85 km) northeast of Desert View on Highways 64, 89 and 160

    Diné Inn Motel

    Greyhills Inn

    The Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites

    Quality Inn *

  • Flagstaff, Arizona, 75 miles (120 km) southeast of Desert View on Highways 64 and 89
    Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
    800-379-0065 or 928-213-2951

Slideshow of various scenes of cabins and nature at Phantom Ranch.
Some Views of Phantom Ranch

Phantom Ranch

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.

Phantom Ranch Reservations are made through Grand Canyon National Park Lodges (Xanterra Parks and Resorts) via an on-line lottery 15 months in advance.


(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.

Reservations for the nearby Bright Angel Campground (NPS) are made through the park's Backcountry Information Center.

Additional information:

Series of images with lodges from the North Rim.
Various views of Grand Canyon Lodge

North Rim

North Rim Lodging is available for overnight guests.

Lodging is usually available between May 15, and Oct.15.

Grand Canyon Lodge provides the only lodging inside the National Park on the North Rim. Lodging is booked well in advance, so make reservations as far ahead as possible.

North Rim Lodging Information

North Rim Overview

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