The Grand Canyon is one of the most beautiful and humbling natural wonders of the world and with tourists coming from all around the country to visit. It takes a team of dedicated park rangers and assistants to keep the area clear so people young and old can look upon it with awe. In order to keep the Canyon protected and the facilities maintained, the entrance fees to the Grand Canyon have increased for the first time in almost ten years.
The seven-day pass for a single vehicle for the Grand Canyon is now $30, which is only a $5 increase from the norm. Motorcycles will only be charged $25 for a seven day pass. All other fees will be $15. These fee increases are going to enhance visitor services and repair various park facilities. It’s a small price to pay in order to keep the Grand Canyon grand. For more information about these price increases, click here:: New Grand Canyon Entrance Fees in Effect