Grand Canyon Village, Grand Canyon National Park
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Designed to make your visit to the Grand Canyon easier, Grand Canyon Village provides hotels, campgrounds, parking lots, shuttle stops, restaurants, and much more. Head to the market and stock up on hiking snacks, or ask staff at the visitor's center for a map and suggestions for the best viewing points. Tour the historical buildings in use since the village's construction in 1901, including a Hopi house, railway station, and cabin. Choose from a long list of activities available, such as fishing, mule riding, and stargazing at breathtaking night skies. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Grand Canyon National Park holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Grand Canyon Village and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Be patient as there are many people during the day, but if you spend the night you can go out at night to see the stars. There were no people out at 9 pm.
El Tavor stands on top of the hill and other hotels are near there is a walkway down past a few gift shops down to lookout studio wear trainers or comfortable footwear the views are stunning
Place to stop and get everything one would need to visit the south rim at the Grand Canyon. Even had a post office, where we mailed our favorite postcards to family and friends.
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