There will now be a shuttle running during 20-minute intervals from the Grand Canyon to Tusayan, Arizona. The stops along Tusayan will include some favorite entertainment venues and eateries such as: IMAX, Best Western, Big E Steak Saloon, and The Grand Hotel. After they’ve made all of these stops is when the shuttle heads over to the Grand Canyon and allows riders to check out all of the scenic views and access to the most popular trails.
- All those desirous of lodging at the Grand Canyon National Park in Tusayan, Arizona, should not bother about parking but take the shuttle buses.
- There is an anticipation that during the spring break there will be large crowds so the shuttle will run at 20 minute intervals starting at 8 am.
- There are about six million visitors to the Grand Canyon annually and the shuttle lessens the stress of visitors during the spring breaks and reduce vehicular congestion.
“Green stripes and NPS arrowheads make all Grand Canyon National Park shuttle buses easily identifiable. Buses are wheelchair accessible, fueled with clean-burning compressed natural gas, and have bike racks that can hold up to three bicycles.”