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Pima Point, Grand Canyon National Park

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Known for its scenic sunsets, Pima Point serves as a South Rim viewpoint with vistas over a vast stretch of the area's rugged canyons. Observe jagged cliffs, rock formations, and plateaus, or stay for the sunset for a chance to the canyon hues go through a stunning transformation. A cafe, gift shop, and restrooms are available near the site, as is a bus stop in case you don't travel by car. Work out when and for how long to visit Pima Point and other Grand Canyon National Park attractions using our handy Grand Canyon National Park trip itinerary maker.
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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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  • and much better choice imo than Hopi Point — the number of people at the Shuttle Stop on their way back to the Village was incredible there. Felt very smug to be on the Shuttle!  more »
  • You see down to Colorado river and get great look to the Grand Canyon. Take red bus route to get here.  more »
  • We loved this view! You can see a little of the Colorado River but mostly it's just an amazing view of the canyon and all the topography. Breathtaking  more »
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  • Neat destination for the family. One to remember. Buses are not that great but they work. Ride bikes!
  • Beautiful views of course. We were there off season, so we were able to drive our vehicle out there. I believe its only accessible by the bus during peak summer season. But its nice because then we could take our time and soak up the view for as long as we liked.
  • Beautiful views year round, buses take you here and all around every 15 minutes, all in all just a beautiful, awe-inspiring place to visit.
  • So pretty. Such an amazing place!
  • Another great place for sunset at GCNP.