Camper Village

Tusayan, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Tusayan

Nappy, Slappy, and So So Happy

A travel blog entry by alicoad


Today is going to have to be bullets, I think: -I woke up naturally at about 5:50 -Alicia and I (Alicia still sleeping) (we were face to face) smile excitedly at each other about the day off -Cereal breakfast with Kim and Lauren. And then Sam Alcorn and Lil Ray Ray joined us. -Change and get ready for hiking -Long, enjoyable second breakfast at the diner with MSJ, Lauren, Kim, Leash, Katie and Jordan -Run into B&Bers everywhere -Snag Jacob for the hike -Take the blue ...

Wednesday 9 th Navajo country

A travel blog entry by valerie7

Another rough ride in the back of the trucks with the Indians, and we stopped and bought some jewelry. Amazing scenery. Arrived at the Grand Canon later in the afternoon, and looked over the magnificent rim. Later we had a geologist give us a detailed explanation of how the canyon was formed. Had our final dinner. John and I got a bit dressed up, and received a very rousing cheer when we got on the coach! All ...

The Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... in front of you show layers of different rocks. The cliff drops are intimidating and exciting at the same time. The vastness of the Canyon makes you feel like an ant.

Today we walk some of the Southern Rim. The Grand Canyon is split into two rims – Southern (which is the more popular side) and Northern (only approx. 10% of the visitors come here). The Canyon was created when volcanic plates collided with the Northern America continent. Through time ...

Hiking on the Kaibab Trail

A travel blog entry by daviscolorado


After an introduction to hiking in the Grand Canyon yesterday, we tried one on our own today. Luckily the weather was a bit cooler so we didn't need to start too early. We decided on the Kaibab Trail, going past Ooh Aah point (really) to Cedar Ridge and back (of course!). Going down is the easy part and the kids skipped down, pretty much. Astrid wasn't keen on coming back up but with a lot of coaxing we all made it ...

First day at the Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by daviscolorado


Early start ... again. This time, to catch a bus to the Hermit's Rest and join a ranger for a family hike. He told us a bit about the plants we saw - including the Agave, which flowers after about 20 years, producing a huge yellow spike and then dies. We also saw fossils that we would never have seen without some guidance! Amazing to think that the rock way at the top of the canyon was actually once under the sea. ...



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