Grand Canyon National Park is continuing to adapt to changing COVID-19 guidance, and is adjusting operations as needed. There are modifications in place during the spring 2021 season (March 1 through May 28, 2021) Information in this page may or may not reflect current conditions and operations.
Visit this webpage (updated daily) for the current list of what is open and closed, and the hours of operation.
South Rim Restaurants and Groceries (Inside the Park)
Grand Canyon Visitor Center
Market Plaza (the business center of the village with a post office, bank, campground and RV park.)
At Canyon Village Market (open daily, year-round):
At Mather Campground - Camper Services Building
At Yavapai Lodge (open daily, year-round):
Grand Canyon Village Historic District
At El Tovar Hotel (open daily, year-round):
At Bright Angel Lodge (open daily, year-round):
At Maswik Lodge
Most Desert View Facilities are CLOSED until further notice
With public health in mind, the following facilities and areas remain closed:
Located 7 miles/11 km west of Grand Canyon Village at the end of Hermit Road; open daily, year-round.
South Rim (Outside the Park)
Groceries, restaurants and supplies are available in the gateway community of Tusayan, 7 miles/11 km south of Grand Canyon Village. During the summer months, every 20 minutes, the free Tusayan Route shuttle bus connects Tusayan with the Grand Canyon Visitor Center in the park. Tusayan Shuttle service will resume on March 1, 2020.
Phantom Ranch Canteen
Phantom Ranch Canteen is located at the bottom of Grand Canyon.
North Rim Restaurants and Groceries (Inside the Park)
(Usually May 15 through October 15) CLOSED for the Winter
North Rim (Outside the Park)
What You Can Do
Check out the links below for suggestions on simple things you can do to help protect the park and show that you, too, think "Green is Grand!"
Refill your water bottles!
Did you know that you can reduce plastics in the waste stream, litter along trails and walkways and greenhouse gas emissions just by refilling a reusable water bottle? Go to Grand Canyon's Reduce, Reuse, Refill page to learn more.
It's a great way to help the Grand Canyon and the environment. Go to the Traveling Green page for helpful tips on planning your next green adventure.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!
Thanks for doing what you can to help protect Grand Canyon National Park!
Last updated: April 2, 2021