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North Rim Visitor Center, Grand Canyon North Rim
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Grand Canyon National Park
Arizona 86052
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North Rim Visitor Center, Grand Canyon

 

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The North Rim Visitor Center is more than an information point offering maps and brochures. Learn about the Grand Canyon. Discover North Rim trails. Take part in a ranger program as well as special events offered from time to time. Pick up a Discovery Pack and engage the kids (aged 9-14) in Grand Canyon ecology.
Getting There
 
The Visitor Center is located on the Bright Angel Peninsula, adjacent to the parking lot and just across from the Grand Canyon Lodge.
Hours & Times
 
The North Rim Visitor Center is open daily 8:00-18:00 from mid-May to mid-October. Ranger programs are offered free of charge at various North Rim locations throughout the summer season. The time varies. Check the bulletin board at the visitor center, campground and lodge for special events.
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Ranger programs are free of charge. Only 10 discovery packs are distributed each day. Public restrooms are located at the back of the Visitor Center.
 
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