|Avoid the Crowds at the Grand Canyon this Fall|
The Grand Canyon is probably the most iconic road trip destination in the country. Fire up your Lance Camper this fall or winter and cruise to the Grand Canyon for a good old American road trip you'll never forget. The best part about going in the off season? You'll avoid most of the crowds.
Things to Do at the Grand Canyon
Peering over the cliffs of the Grand Canyon is definitely the most awe-inspiring activity you can do at the park, but there are tons of other adventures to experience too. Take part in a three-hour mule trip along the canyon rim, walk the Trail of Time, rent a bike and hit the trails, take a helicopter tour, venture into the museums on rainy days or head out on a day hike to see some of America's most breathtaking sights.
Visiting the Park
The Grand Canyon welcomes visitors during all times of the year, but summer is certainly the busiest season. By planning your trip in the fall or winter, you'll miss out on most of the big crowds, which means that you can take in the park without the distraction that tons of people cause. Most people visit the South Rim, which is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It is highly recommended that you make a camping reservation, regardless of when you plan to visit.
Vehicle permits to Grand Canyon National Park cost $30 per vehicle. Campground fees range from about $12 per night to $25 per night, so call ahead to make a reservation and find out your desired campground's fee.
See the Grand Canyon in Your Lance Camper
Hit the road in the comfort and convenience of a Lance Camper. Simply find a Lance Camper dealership near you (they're located nationwide!) and tour the models that fit your lifestyle. Lance Camper offers truck campers, travel trailers, and toy haulers.