If you're a first time visitor to Grand Canyon National Park, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Grand Canyon National Park.
Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Grand Canyon National Park.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:
"I just completed the hike from the S Kaibab Trail to the Colorado River and back up the Bright Angel Trail on July 4th 2015." See More
"If camping, I prefer Mather Campground in the park as you can walk directly to the rim and it's a nicer experience than Grand Canyon Camper Village which is located in Tusayan." See More
"From Sedona, head up the canyon to Flagstaff, then to the Grand Canyon South Rim (unless you've already been – but I've been 8 times, and it never gets old for me)." See More
"Isn't Sedona pretty close to the Grand Canyon Visitor Center and Zion National Park Why do you want to go to California?" See More
"It’s an hour drive to the South Rim Trail." See More
"Also see Mather Campground, I think they may require a reservation in September." See More
"Grand Canyon Village is the most popular entryway into the park." See More
"Antelope Canyon looks amazing- need a permit -get onto the rez for a look at how they live -Havasu Falls on the southern side of the canyon is remarkable -Buckskin Gulch." See More
"A cool and relatively hike would be the Hermit Trailhead to the springs." See More
"Historic hotels like The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa in Denver or the Grand Canyon Lodge have also been worth a splurge." See More
"You can forget about the Grand Canyon National Park - North Rim." See More
"They do have places to eat within the Lodge, but I would check out the Rough Rider Saloon." See More
"In a few hours drive of the actual Four Corners Monument spot (which is a bit of a tourist trap run by the local Native Americans), you can make it to Monument ValleyCanyonlands National Park,Bryce Canyon National Park and North Rim Visitor Center" See More
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