Visiting the South Rim in an RV or Pulling a Trailer
The South Rim is a popular place that receives 6 million visitors each year. Spring break, summer and holidays during the fall and winter are busiest.
The page is about finding RV parking on the South Rim. Campground and Trailer Park information is here.
Parking is at a premium on the South Rim when it’s busy, especially for RVs over 22 feet and vehicles with trailers, which have limited parking options. Here are some tips to help:
Park in the gateway community of Tusayan and ride free shuttles into the park:
If you choose to drive into the park:
There is no RV parking in these lots:
Download or refer to you copy of the Pocket Map and South Rim Services Guide, which contains a map of the bus stops, parking areas, and trails with distances.
Last updated: July 3, 2018