Visiting Grand Canyon's South Rim

The South Rim of the Grand Canyon is the most visited location at Grand Canyon National Park. The Scenic views and vista’s are what you are expecting and have been waiting a lifetime to see. The South Rim is open year around and accessible by all. This is your quick guide to South Rim Vacation Planning.

Recommended South Rim Hotels & Lodging

South Rim Tours

What is Monsoon Season at the Grand Canyon?

Description of Arizona’s Monsoon Season Generally when people speak of monsoons it brings a mental image of the horrendous torrential rains that plague Southeastern Asia.  In Arizona we speak of monsoon rains when we have thunderstorms that produce  two or

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Steaming to the Grand Canyon

Replication of 1902 Steam Car Ride To Canyon Two brothers from England are steaming to the Grand Canyon South Rim today and tomorrow. (August 26 & 27, 2014)  They bought the Toledo Steam Car in Michigan at an auction in

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Need To Know – South Rim

Location & Directions | Fee Stations: Open & Close | Parking & Shuttle Services | Backcountry Permits Grand Canyon South Rim is located in the Northwest corner of Arizona and can be accessed by Car, Plane and Railway. The town located right at the South Entrance

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Grand Canyon In Depth

Grand Canyon In Depth A new video series being published by Grand Canyon National Park Service is called Grand Canyon In Depth. Episode 1 will give you a feel for the inside of Grand Canyon. At GrandCanyon.com, we encourage you

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Things To Do – South Rim

Attractions | Tours | Ranger Programs | Hiking  | Biking  | Camping | River Running | Mule Riding Attractions Grand Canyon South Rim Look-out Points – Whether you are driving, flying, biking or walking to get to the Grand Canyon, you come for the views. Please see our list of

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Grand Canyon Historic Village

The Grand Canyon Historic Village has been lived in since the late 1800’s. These are some of the can’t miss sites that you should visit. Grand Canyon Historic Village Sites: Hermit’s Rest – Built in 1914 to look like an

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South Rim Grand Canyon Viewpoints

To find the best places to view the Grand Canyon, you have two choices – the Easy Access and the Take-A-Hike viewpoints. The Easy Access viewpoints are very easy to get to and take very little effort. The Take-A-Hike viewpoints

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Grand Canyon, Arizona

It somehow makes sense that Grand Canyon Arizona was one of the last places in the continental United States to be properly mapped.  That may explain why, even in this age of Garmin, GPS and the myriad other automated navigational

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Grand Canyon Facilities

Convenience | Museums | Yavapai Observation Station | Visitor Centers Food/Supplies/Bank/Post Office Available Facilities – SOUTH RIM: Groceries, supplies, a bank, and a post office are located at Market Plaza in Grand Canyon Village. The Village Route shuttle bus stops

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Havasupai Falls Arizona

 For years, the world renowned Havasupai Falls have been the destination of the avid hiker and adventure seeker in the Grand Canyon. As a result of this ever increasing demand… and with the last two years of viral videos

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Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff, Arizona’s reputation as a welcome stopover for weary travelers goes back hundreds, maybe even thousands of years.  Even the origins of the town’s name suggest as much.  Legend has it that an American flag, hoisted atop a tall pine

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Grand Canyon Tours

We have listed our Top Grand Canyon Tours to help you choose the right vacation adventure for you and your family. Whether you’re interested in experiencing the Grand Canyon by airplane, helicopter, river raft, jeep or by train. Our easy

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Big E Steakhouse and Saloon

  The Big E Steakhouse and Saloon is a great spot for dining and entertainment. Elling “Big E” Halvorson Elling Halvorson came to this area in 1963 with the challenge to construct the pipeline from Roaring Springs to the Grand Canyon

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