4th of July 2019 in the Grand Canyon area If your Grand Canyon vacation happens to coincide with the July 4th Independence Day holiday, you might be wondering where you can see some fireworks while you’re in the area. For starters, lighting fireworks anywhere within the boundaries of Grand Canyon National Park is a huge […]
Rainbow Bridge has drawn national attention for its cultural significance to a group of Native American people including the Navajo, Hopi, Paiute, Zuni and Ute tribes.
Hard to believe that on this day 97 years ago, Grand Canyon became a National Park. This view is of park ranger Tex Worley at Francois Matthes Point. Color photo NPS/S.Bridgehouse Posted by Grand Canyon National Park on Friday, February 26, 2016 Happy 97th Birthday Grand Canyon!