Grand Canyon Village, located in the National Park of the Grand Canyon in Coconino County, Arizona, is a village that’s your home away from home.
Identified as a census-designated place (CDP), Grand Canyon Village focuses and is constructed around the need to accommodate tourists who visit the canyon. Steeped in a rich history dating back to the beginning of the 1900s, the village itself has several park structures that are landmarks and designated on the National Register of Historic Places as such.
So deciding to leave your hometown to experience a rich outdoor American experience that is aesthetically pleasing to all nature lovers and non-lovers alike, the Grand Canyon Village will ensure that you feel right at home among the structures which take you back in time to the days of the initial railroad construction.
From biking, hiking and backpacking to rafting, enjoying the cool breeze and the magnificent views, the Grand Canyon Village affords you an adventure complete with friendly faces as Rangers are everywhere.
The historic center of Grand Canyon Village is principally defined by the canyon rim stone wall and features structures such as the El Tovar Stables, the Hopi House and the Kolb Brothers Studio. There are numerous opportunities to shop and dine amidst the interesting art and history, ensuring that when you leave the village, you can take tangible piece of it home with you.