With so many cool things to see and do, you might not know where to begin. So we’ve compiled our list of the absolute best things to do in Grand Canyon National Park for you.
A hike to Havasu Falls should be at the top of every Grand Canyon bucket list – especially for outdoor lovers!
If you’re entering Grand Canyon National Park via the South Rim entrance, you’ll definitely want to take a scenic drive along Hermit Road.
Located 4 miles from Page – in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area near the Utah border – Horseshoe Bend is easily one of the best sights in the Grand Canyon.
If you’re looking for a thrill, the Skywalk is one of the coolest things to do in the Grand Canyon. Located at Eagle Point on the West Rim, it’s well worth a detour if you’re approaching the Grand Canyon National Park from Las Vegas.
Explore the museum, and you’ll also learn all about the history of the canyon’s formation, the different layers of rock, and how history is embedded in the rocks through the various exhibits, 3D models, and interactive lessons.
Located on 160 acres of land in the Grand Canyon Junction area, this luxurious campground is just 30 miles from the South Rim entrance to Grand Canyon National Park. So it’s the perfect jumping-off point for exploring the park!
Photo: Under Canvas Grand Canyon