Camper Village

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

Gotta fly

A travel blog entry by petercubit on Aug 06, 2015

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We started very late compared to our fellow guests. As I had trouble sleeping, I heard some leaving around 4-ish. Damn those cars that sound the horn when you lock / unlock. Why? We headed towards Yaki Point however it requires use of the shuttle bus so we stopped near there to take in the incredible vista and then headed to the visitor centre. At this spot there is a fair amount of accommodation, mostly cabins or camp grounds. Also here ...

Spectacular

A travel blog entry by petercubit on Aug 05, 2015

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... Basin as many islands are now further exposed. The dam itself is a feat of engineering. It was finished in 1931 right on budget. Many men died in its construction and there is a memorial to them just before the dam wall. People were slowly pouring water over the edge of the dam wall and the updraft would send it all back as droplets. We retrieved the car and drove across the dam, although you can no longer drive through to the highway. As we headed back up to ...

Magical Day

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Aug 04, 2015

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... on the chance to see it. So we pull off the highway when the sign tells us to exit and go and have a look. We didn’t want to pay for $10 parking fee, so we drove through, quickly pulled over in a “no stop zone” and snapped some quick photos. It was pretty incredible, and definitely larger than I imagined. We spend about half an hour in total driving through and looking at it before we head back onto the highway again.

We see a Starbucks ...

Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by jenny.cogbill on Aug 02, 2015

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1st - 2nd August Yesterday morning we were up early for the helicopter, but unfortunately the storm meant the helicopter ride had to be postponed. As a result we drove into the Grand Canyon, and Chris, Marie and I did the first section of the bright angel trail it was a brilliant walk, quite steep, but amazing to walk down the different rock strata, it was amazing that the path itself changed as you walked ...

The North Rim and Antelope Canyon

A travel blog entry by thomasroadtrip on Jul 29, 2015

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... outside. The next morning we headed out to actually see the Grand Canyon. We were determined to make more of it than a crowded overlook of the canyon. We found a 20 mile 4-wheel drive only access road to Point Sublime. It took us an hour and a half to reach the point. We were immediately in awe! It truly is breathtaking, if not somewhat vertigo inducing, to stand on a rock with no railing, a ...