Visiting the South Rim in an RV or Pulling a Trailer
The South Rim is a popular place that receives 6.0 million visitors each year. Spring break, summer and holidays during the fall and winter are busiest.
Parking is at a premium on the South Rim when it’s busy, particularly for RVs over 22 feet and vehicles with trailers, which have limited parking options. Here are some tips to help:
Park in Tusayan and take the Tusayan Route (Purple Route) shuttle bus 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: March 26, 2018