10 Must-Pack Items for the Grand Canyon

How many times have you arrived at your travel destination to discover you’ve forgotten to pack something important? It’s easy for essentials to fall through the cracks when you’re rushing for the door. The best way to make sure you have everything you need is to make a list! Here’s one to help you get…

5 Things About The Grand Canyon You Never Knew

For over a century, tourists have traveled from all over the world to admire the Grand Canyon’s breathtaking vistas. Here are 5 things about the Grand Canyon you never knew. 1. Scientists do not know how old it is In 2012, a shocking study suggested that the process may have begun as far back as…

Grand Canyon All-Season RV’ing Done Right at Trailer Village RV Park

Looking to take you RV on the road this winter? Look no further! Make your way to Grand Canyon National Park where Trailer Village RV Park will be waiting for you. Located minutes from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, Trailer Village RV Park is open all year-round making your spontaneous winter getaway that…

Ace your holiday party conversations

7 Grand Canyon facts sure to impress The holidays are here. Which means it’s also holiday party season. While figuring out what to wear and what to bring are important, so is having something to say when you get there. Now you already know not to talk about religion or politics (especially now). So what…

The Most Dangerous Animal in the Grand Canyon WILL SHOCK YOU

Charging elk, bighorn sheep, mountain lions, one of these must be the most dangerous animal in the Grand Canyon, right? Not quite – According to local hospitals, the rock squirrel is the most dangerous animal of all the Grand Canyon residents. Rock Squirrels use their charm and wit to lure tourists in, but as you…

Grand Canyon named world’s best place to Stargaze

2019 has been an iconic year for the Grand Canyon. February of 2019, the Grand Canyon marked it’s first 100 years. In addition, On June 22, 2019 the International Dark-Sky Association named Grand Canyon the Dark Sky Place of the Year (AKA the world’s best place for stargazing). Here’s why it’s a big deal. What…

Wait, Is There A Lost Civilization Buried Beneath the Grand Canyon?

As one of the seven wonders of the natural world, the Grand Canyon is a true national treasure. There are countless cool things to do when visiting Grand Canyon National Park at Yavapai Lodge. From hiking to history to stargazing that’s literally out of this world, there’s so much to explore at the Grand Canyon….

Five Grand Canyon restaurants earn Green Restaurant® certification

Five Delaware North-operated restaurants at Grand Canyon National Park are now certified as a Certified Green Restaurant® by the Green Restaurant Association (GRA), a national nonprofit organization helping restaurants to become more environmentally sustainable. Yavapai Restaurant, Yavapai Tavern and Canyon Village Market & Deli each became 3 Star Certified Green Restaurants, while Desert View Trading…

How was the Grand Canyon formed?

At 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and more than a mile deep, the Grand Canyon is one of the most unusual natural environments anywhere on the planet. More than 4 million people visit each year, staying at resorts nearby such as Yavapai Lodge. But a question many have is: how on Earth…