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About Grand Canyon National Park
Over five million people decide to visit the Grand Canyon National Park each year and take in the beauty of this natural landmark. While many people view the canyon from the South Rim from their vehicles, others choose to hike the 21 miles from rim to rim across the canyon. Others still start at the North Rim of the canyon and drive around the exterior of the canyon to get the full experience and see as much of the canyon as possible.
There are many different activities for the entire family at the Grand Canyon National Park. The South Rim is open all year, whereas the North Rim is only open from mid-May to mid-October. Activities range from hiking, cycling, interpretive ranger programs, mule riding, whitewater and smooth water rafting, and bus tours of some of the most beautiful parts of the canyon.
The Grand Canyon Visitor Center also provides helpful information about the park, hiking trails, as well as a history of the region and the native peoples who once populated the area. The visitor center also includes fun activities for children, including a 3-D map of the canyon and interactive displays about special features of the canyon.
The Interpretive Ranger Programs at the Grand Canyon National Park are available throughout the year. These programs provide special tours and discussions about the local ecology, history, culture, geology, and special events. Some of these programs require reservations, so be sure to get in touch with the park service in advance to secure your place. The Interpretive Range Programs are excellent for children and families because they are engaging and interactive and often provide unique opportunities to see parts of the park that are only known to the park rangers.