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The Grand Canyon
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A stone watchtower with staircase at the Grand Canyon under a sunny sky dotted with clouds.

Entrance Fee Information

Exterior view of the Yavapai Lodge featuring multiple benches and expansive windows.

Yavapai Lodge Directions

An elk grazing near a white RV in Trailer Village, with trees and grass around.

Trailer Village Directions

Viewpoint at the Grand Canyon with tourists enjoying the expansive canyon views under a clear blue sky.

Desert View

An outdoor pool area at the Squire Resort with sun loungers and umbrellas, flanked by a multi-story hotel building under a cloudy sky.

Squire Resort Directions

Entrance Fee Information

The Grand Canyon National Park charges entrance fees for visitors. These fees vary based on the type of entrance pass you choose:

1. **Private Vehicle Pass:** $35 – Provides access to the park for one private vehicle and all its passengers for up to seven days.

2. **Motorcycle Pass:** $30 – Grants one motorcycle and its riders access to the park for up to seven days.

3. **Individual Pass:** $20 per person – Permits one individual to enter the park by foot, bicycle or motorcycle for up to seven days.

4. **Grand Canyon Annual Pass:** $70 – Offers unlimited entry for one year from the purchase date.

All passes grant access to both the South Rim and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Entrance fees are used to support various park maintenance, conservation and improvement projects. Visitors under 16 years old are admitted for free. Additionally, there are special discounts for senior citizens, active duty military members and individuals with disabilities.

If you plan to visit multiple national parks within a year, consider the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass. It provides access to over 2,000 federal recreation sites across the United States.


Mark your calendar for these national park entrance fee-free dates in 2024!

  • January 15: Birthday of Martin Luther King Jr.
  • April 20: First day of National Park Week
  • June 19: Juneteenth National Independence Day
  • August 4: Anniversary of the Great American Outdoors Act
  • September 28: National Public Lands Day
  • November 11: Veterans Day


  • Illustrated map of the Yavapai Lodge area in Grand Canyon National Park, showing paths, shuttle stops, key facilities, and contact numbers.

    Yavapai Lodge®

    11 Yavapai Lodge Road
    Grand Canyon, AZ 86023

    When you enter the park, you will see three options on the park signage; Market Plaza, Village and Campgrounds. Follow the signs to Market Plaza, and once you get close, the signage will change to Yavapai Lodge.

    Local Phone Number: 928-638-4001

    GPS: 36.054303 / -112.119714

Trailer Village Directions

  • Illustrative map of Grand Canyon Trailer Village showing different lengths of RV sites and related amenities, with a key and compass for guidance.

    Trailer Village® RV Park

    100 Trailer Village Road
    Grand Canyon, AZ 86023

    When you enter the park, you will see three options on the park signage; Market Plaza, Village and Campgrounds. Follow the signs to Campgrounds, and once you get close, the signage will change to Trailer Village.

    To book a NEW RESERVATION or for EXISTING RESERVATIONS, please call: 877-404-4611

    For NON-RESERVATION-related inquiries ONLY, please call: 928-638-1006

    For NON-RESERVATION-related inquiries ONLY : 928-638-1006

Desert View

  • Illustrated map of Desert View with labeled landmarks, parking areas, and pathways, featuring icons for facilities and a compass.

    Desert View

    Desert View is at the Grand Canyon’s east entrance. To get there from Grand Canyon Village, follow Desert View Drive (Highway 64) east for 26 miles

Squire Resort Directions

Tourists gathered at the edge of the Grand Canyon, overlooking its vast, layered rock formations under a hazy sky.


At the one-of-a-kind Grand Canyon National Park, the opportunities to explore are endless. Plan your adventure today.

A woman and a young boy looking out the window of a vehicle during a Grand Canyon tour, with sunlight highlighting the natural landscape outside.


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