Grand Canyon National Park Lost and Found

Lost and Found Did you lose or misplace any items while visiting Grand Canyon National Park?

You are invited to make a lost property report by sending us the following information: Name, mailing address, telephone number, item lost, description of item lost with name of manufacturer, model number, color, and any specifics that will help us identify your property date lost where you believe the item was lost .

Email this information to GRCA_Lost_and_Found@nps.gov (that's GRCA_Lost_and_Found@nps.gov, don't forget the underscore!).

Or, if you wish to leave a report in person, call the Grand Canyon National Park Lost and Found Office at (928) 638-7798. If the answering machine picks up, please press #1 and leave a message about your lost property.

Or write us at Lost and Found Office, Grand Canyon National Park, P.O. Box 129, Grand Canyon, AZ, 86023.

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