The Grand Canyon!

Come To The Grand Canyon AnyTime You Like Down In Arizona!!

Come To The Park And Have Fun!

Grand Canyon National Park is the United States' 15th oldest national park. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, the park is located in northwestern Arizona

Every Day Its Open!

The best times to visit the Grand Canyon are March through May and September through November when daytime temperatures begin to cool and the crowds begin to thin. If you decide to visit during the summer (the park's peak season), be prepared for hordes of tourists and very limited lodging availability. You can find deals on hotels during the winter, but much of the park closes after the first snowfall.

Some Things You Can Do Here

Guarantied To Be Fun And Worth Your Vist

National Geographic - Amazing Flight Over The Grand Canyon

Frequently Asked Questions About The Canyon

Q: Does It Cost Money?

A: No, Its Free

Q:How Big is it?

A:That depends on how you look at it. The park includes over a million acres of land - 1,218,375.54 acres

Q:How Long Does It Take To Go Down?

A:The shortest route the bottom of the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River, is 6.5 miles (10.4 km) by way of the South Kaibab Trail. This also involves a vertical drop of about 4,400 feet (1,443 meters). The average person would make the trip down in 3-4 hours and the trip back up in 6-8 hours.

Q:How Old Is It?

A:That's a tricky question. Although rocks exposed in the walls of the canyon are geologically quite old, the Canyon itself is a fairly young feature. The oldest rocks at the canyon bottom are close to 2000 million years old. The Canyon itself - an erosional feature - has formed only in the past five or six million years. Geologically speaking, Grand Canyon is very young.