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Navajo Point, Grand Canyon National Park

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Where to stay in Grand Canyon National Park

You'll find plenty of options if you want to stay inside Grand Canyon National Park. Most campgrounds and lodges sit around the South Rim area, and they tend to fill up quickly for summer visits, so book as far in advance as possible. The price range for lodge accommodations varies greatly, so there's something for nearly every budget. The less-visited North Rim features one lodge. For those who hike to the bottom of the canyon, dormitories and cabins are available at Phantom Ranch. If you can't secure a place in the park or find something there to your liking, the small village near the south entrance offers inns and economy motels. You’ll have the convenience of nearby restaurants if you stay there.
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  • Located near at the east entrance and watch tower. Not so crowded than Mather Point etc. Great view to the canyon.  more »
  • This was my first trip to the Grand Canyon, so I confess to being inexperienced. That said, the view from Navajo Point was worth the stop. Look it up on your map and it is about the second-to-last vis...  more »
  • Do not miss this trip to the Watchtower and grounds. It is not accessible form the last tram stop. The walk is too far to do in a couple of hours. There is ample parking at this site as well. Take you...  more »
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  • Great View's. Gotta stop at all the points of interest. All points give different views.
  • A great place to start or end your day at the Grand Canyon. Sweeping views and not as crowded as many other areas of the park.
  • Bring your puppy! Lovely views
  • A must see for anyone on earth! You have to be there to understand.
  • One of best points on the south rim. Can see the river from here.