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Lodging is available within the park boundaries as well as outside.


There are several nice campgrounds within the park boundaries. The biggest ones can be found at the top of the North Rim and the South Rim, and at the bottom of the Grand Canyon next to Phantom Ranch. Several primitive campsites throughout the Grand Canyon allow for multi-day hikes through the backcountry.

Hotels and Motels

Hotels and motels are located inside the park boundaries and outside.
  • Within the park boundaries
    The hotels in the Grand Canyon Village are an ideal starting point for many trips at the South Rim. Places are limited and high in demand. For more information visit the Grand Canyon National Park website.
  • Tusayan
    Tusayan is only about one mile south of the southern park entrance at the South Rim. There are several motels and inexpensive but also nice hotels in Tusayan, and the park entrance is not very far. It is convenient to stay here and explore the park. We stayed at The Grand Hotel, which is a nice hotel with a hot tub and good rates at the entrance of Tusayan.
  • Cedar Ridge
    The Cameron Trading Post is a nice hotel about 30 miles east of the South Rim. For day trips into the Grand Canyon National Park it is rather far away, but it's a great place for your first or last day!
  • Phantom Ranch
    Phantom Ranch is located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, right next to the Bright Angel Campground. Several bungalows and a cafe and restaurant will make your stay a real pleasure. For more information, visit the Grand Canyon National Park website
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