Parking at the South Rim Visitor Center Plaza (Lots 1, 2, 3, 4)
As you drive into the Village area from the South Entrance Station, or from Desert View Drive, (State Route 64) signs will direct you to the Visitor Center Plaza Parking Complex.
As you approach, the 4 Visitor Center Plaza parking lots are numbered, 1 to 4, starting with Lot 1. (The lots are shown visually in the detailed map below.) The parking areas are represented by numbers, colors, and animal symbols to help you remember where you left your car.
Restrooms are located in separate buildings on either end of the Visitor Center Building.
Lot 1 is the closest to Mather Point and Grand Canyon views, and has Pull-through Spaces for RVs and Vehicles with Trailers.
Lot 2 is closer to the Visitor Center Plaza. No RV spaces.
Lot 3 often acts as the overflow lot is a short walk to the Visitor Center Plaza. No RV spaces.
Lot 4 is close to the Bicycle Rental/Café, GCC Park Store and the Visitor Center/ Plaza. No RV spaces.
Important: there are No Parking Spaces for RVs and/or Vehicles with Trailers in Lots 2, 3, 4.Large vehicles should NOT pull across multiple regular parking spaces.
During the busy season, if you arrive by 9 am, you can usually find parking in one of the four lots around the Visitor Center Plaza.
What to do next:.
Visitor Center Plaza, The Visitor Center building itselt is closed at this time. However, an Information table outside the building is staffed by park rangers from 8 am - 5 pm daily
You can also shop in the park store, rent a bicycle, or have a coffee.
- From the Visitor Center Shuttle Bus Terminal, you can take a free shuttle around Grand Canyon Village(Blue Route)
You can also take the Blue Route to connect with the scenic Hermit Road shuttle (Red Route)
- From the Visitor Center Shuttle Bus Terminal, another option is to take the Kaibab Rim Route(Orange Route) eastbound to Yaki Point scenic overlook, and the South Kaibab Trailhead, or board the westbound Orange Shuttle to Mather Point and Yavapai Geology Museum.
- If you would rather walk, than ride a bus, walk ( .2 mile ) to Mather Point for your first view of Grand Canyon.
- From Mather Point, you can continue walking along the Canyon Rim Trail - or return to the Visitor Center.
Overview Map of South Rim Village Parking Lots
While lots 1-4 near the Visitor Center Plaza provide for convenient parking, these lots fill by late morning during busy periods, including spring break, summer and holidays during the fall and winter.
Additional parking is available in lots A-B at Market Plaza and C-D in the Village Historic District. The 3 lots that can accommodate RVs (1, B, and D) are indicated by green arrows.
Parking at Market Plaza and in the Village Historic District (Lots A-D)
Parking is available in lots throughout Grand Canyon Village. Please avoid parking along the roadside except where signs or lines on the road indicate that it is permissible. RVs and vehicles with trailers should only park in designated areas. Large vehicles should NOT pull across multiple regular parking spaces. Lots A-D are described in more detail here and shown in the map above.
- Lot A: Near Park Headquarters, is a long parking lot, across the street from Market Plaza. It tends fill in the early afternoon. Lot A does NOT have space for RVs or vehicles with trailers
- Lot B: Near the businesses in Market Plaza. This is the largest lot and has space for RVs and vehicles with trailers. This lot tends to fill in early afternoon. The Post Office, Chase Bank, General Store and Yavapai Lodge are located here
- Lot C: This small lot in the village, near the intersection of Center and Village Loop Roads may have parking spots when others lots are filled. Lot C does NOT have space for RVs or vehicles with trailers
- Lot D: A large lot near the Backcountry Information Center (BIC) in the Village. May have parking spots when others lots are filled. The southern portion of this lot, just beyond the BIC building, has large, pull-through spaces for RVs and vehicles with trailers.
When it is busy in the village, Lot D is the best lot to park in to access the Hermit Road (Red Route) Shuttle, Bright Angel Trailhead, and the Village itself.
TheSouth Rim Pocket Map and Services Guide
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On Campus at GCC: Glendale Community College fair to welcome new students with booths, music, food
The Glendale Community College Welcome Center will host an event to introduce students to the campus from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 29.
There will be student services booths, campus tours, food, music and giveaways. Students can also purchase textbooks, parking permits and student photo IDs.
RSVP at glendale.edu/welcomefair. Check-in will take place at 9:30 a.m. in the college’s auditorium.
Open registration for the fall 2019 semester continues through Aug. 30. Fall semester classes will begin Sept. 3.
A schedule of courses is available online at glendale.edu/schedules.
For information about tuition-free noncredit programs offered at the Garfield campus, visit glendale.edu/ce.
Digital and graphic arts courses available in fall
The graphic and web-design program at Glendale Community College is intended for working professionals who need to upgrade their skills, students preparing for transfer and individuals seeking training to pursue a career in graphic design.
Students can earn a certificate of completion or an associate’s degree in graphic design. The degree also prepares students for transfer if they want to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
The curriculum emphasizes creating a portfolio as well as preparing students to seek employment as production or graphic designers.
Some of the courses offered during the fall semester that are required for the program include typography, digital illustration, graphic design foundations, digital publication design, graphic design identity and logo development, web graphics, web and mobile layout and Photoshop.
Open registration will continue through Aug. 30. New students can still apply for admission at glendale.edu/apply.
For more information about the college’s graphics programs, contact graphic and web-design chair Rebecca Hillquist at [email protected]
Free lip-reading course for hearing impaired offered
A free lip-reading course will be offered by Glendale Community College’s Center for Students with Disabilities beginning Sept. 5.
The class will meet from 9:30 to 11 a.m. on Mondays and Thursdays in the Glendale Adult Recreation Center, 201 E. Colorado St., through Dec. 9. The class can be entered at any time during the semester.
Registration is available online at glendale.edu/apply.
The course is designed to improve communication skills for those who are hearing impaired by recognizing visible sounds on the lips. The anatomy of the ear and the hearing process will be discussed and interpretation of an audiogram will be explained.
Speech therapist Stela Fejtek will be the instructor. She holds a master’s degree in communicative disorders from Cal State Northridge. She is a learning-disabilities specialist at Glendale Community College, with extensive experience in aural rehabilitation.
For more information, contact Fejtek at [email protected]or (818) 240-1000, Ext. 5413.
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