What better place is there to celebrate Earth Day than at Grand Canyon National Park?! The park’s “Green Team” has invited park protectors and sustainability advocates to celebrate Earth Day at the park. Earth Day, which occurs during National Park Week, is a fee-free day at Grand Canyon National Park so come visit NPCA and all the informative booths while spending a lovely day at the South Rim.
All Earth Day booths are located in the courtyard at the Mather Visitor Center from 10 am to 2 pm. This is a great opportunity to learn about the Grand Canyon and renew your commitment to National Parks and Earth Day!
WHAT: Visit NPCA during Grand Canyon’s Earth Day
WHEN: Sunday, April 20, 10 am 2 pm.
WHERE: Courtyard, Mather Visitor Center, Grand Canyon National Park’s South Rim
WHO: All are welcome to this free event!
CONTACT or RSVP: Direct questions to Kevin Dahl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be prepared for a lovely sunny day at the park. There are lots of parking areas at Mather Center, but you can also park anywhere throughout the South Rim area, including the town of Tusayan, and use a free shuttle. It is a fee-free day at the park, so you won’t have to pay. There time of year there will be a lot of people at the park. Plan ahead and be patient if there are lines.
Come enjoy a day of celebrating National Parks and sustainability with NPCA at the Grand Canyon!