- By kevin
- On May 7, 2018
- North America
- Travel Tips
With our travel guide to visit the Grand Canyon, to find the best restaurants in Grand Canyon, and book the Grand Canyon tour Las Vegas tours on the Globerouter.com website with deals. For a nice hike that affords great views of the canyon, walk along the Rim Trail, an easy, paved 12-mile trip that can be hiked at length or in short segments, and is accessible via the South Rim heading westward. In the summer and at various points along the trail, you can hop on the free South Rim shuttle bus.
Find the Best Restaurants in Grand Canyon
North Kaibab Trail, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
Bright Angel Bicycles and Cafe
Grand Canyon Visitor Center 10 S Entance Rd, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023
El Tovar Lodge Dining Room
6312 South Fiddlers Green Circle, Suite 600N El Tovar Hotel, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023
Grand Canyon Lodge Dining Room
North Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
Canyon Village Market Place and Deli
Grand Canyon Village Market Plaza, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023
What to Eat
Unlike many other national parks, the Grand Canyon is home to several restaurants and grocery stores, meaning you won't have to necessarily stock up before you enter the park. There are an abundance of establishments on the South Rim (especially Grand Canyon Village), and fewer resources on the North Rim.
Many travelers prefer a quick meal at one of the on-site cafeterias in the South Rim, instead of an extended (and expensive) meal at one of the park's restaurants. Many of the Grand Canyon's restaurants are housed within the park's lodges, including the El Tovar Hotel and Bright Angel Lodge.
Recent travelers said many of the restaurants in nearby Tusayan, Arizona, are particularly disappointing. In fact, many recommended packing lunches from local delis, such as RP's Stage Stop and Canyon Village Market, each located near the South Rim entrance to the national park.