Grand Canyon National Park Visitor Info North Rim

Highway 67 into the North Rim remains open to public travel through mid-November, but from mid-November on, Highway 67 may close for the season on short notice due to major storms and heavy snowfall. Check with the Arizona Department of Transportation for road conditions (www.dot.state.az.us ). During daytime visitation, from mid-October until the final closure of Highway 67, emergency services ONLY are provided by the National Park Service. Visitors are reminded to pay special attention to their gas gauge, since gas will no longer be available in the park. Food service will not be available. Only portable toilets will be provided. Once the Arizona Department of Transportation closes Highway 67 south of Jacob Lake to vehicle traffic for the winter season, the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park also closes to vehicle traffic. The gate at Jacob Lake is closed and locked and the gate at the North Rim entrance station is closed and locked. The National Park Service does not unlock the entrance station gate for public vehicle access until North Rim visitor facilities open up for the season in mid-May. During the winter period when the North Rim entrance station gate is closed, the only public access into the national park is on foot, skies, or snowshoes. Snowmobiles are not allowed inside Grand Canyon National Park. Hikers and cross-country skiers are permitted to use the park's group campsites throughout the winter months if they have obtained a permit through the park's Backcountry Information Center . when public access what is open mid-May to mid-October roads are open visitor services and facilities are available mid-October to mid-November roads are usually open, check with Az Dept of Transportation no visitor services and facilities mid-November to mid-May roads are closed to vehicles, gate is locked at entrance station no visitor services and facilities, camping with backcountry permit only

Information Centers and Museums

Facilities listed below are open mid-May to mid-October only. North Rim Visitor Center - located adjacent to the parking lot on Bright Angel Peninsula. Park and regional information, maps, brochures, exhibits, and bookstore. Open mid May to mid October, from 8am to 6pm, daily. Interpretive programs offered seasonally. Public restrooms located in back of the building.

Food

Facilities listed below are open mid-May to mid-October only . Grand Canyon Lodge Dining Room - Located on the rim. Open daily daily for breakfast, 6:30am-10am; lunch, 11:30am-2:30pm; dinner, 4:45-9:45pm. For dinner reservations call (928) 638-2612 ext. 160. Snack Shop - Located in the Grand Canyon Lodge complex. Open 7am-9pm daily. Saloon - Located in the Grand Canyon Lodge complex. Open 11:30am-11pm daily. Open for gourmet coffee and pastries 5:30am-10:30am daily.

Gift Shops

Facilities listed below are open mid-May to mid-October only . Grand Canyon Association Bookstore - 8am-6pm Grand Canyon Lodge Gift Shop - 8am-9pm

In the park services

Facilities listed below are open mid-May to mid-October only.

FUEL

Chevron Service Station - 7am-7pm MECHANIC SERVICES. Minor auto repairs are available at the service station inside the park. Gas, diesel, and auto supplies are also available at the Kaibab Lodge Country Store and Jacob Lake.

POST OFFICE

A post office is available at the North Rim located in the Grand Canyon Lodge complex.

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