Grand Canyon National Park offering free entry Nov. 11

Active military and veterans offered discounts from area businesses year round

Grand Canyon National Park is offering free entry on Veterans Day (Nov. 11). All active duty military and their dependents are also eligible for a free year-long pass to any national park.

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Grand Canyon National Park is offering free entry on Veterans Day (Nov. 11). All active duty military and their dependents are also eligible for a free year-long pass to any national park.

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Area businesses offer discounts to active duty and retired military.

Local Businesses offering Military Discounts

Hotels

  • All Xanterra properties in Grand Canyon Village — El Tovar Hotel, Maswick Lodge, Yavapai Lodge, Bright Angel Lodge
  • Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn, Tusayan, Arizona
  • Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, Williams, Arizona

Tours

  • Angel's Gate Tours, Flagstaff, Arizona
  • Pink Jeep Tours, Flagstaff, Arizona

Attractions

  • National Geographic Visitor Center and IMAX, Tusayan, Arizona
  • Maverick Helicopter Tours, Tusayan, Arizona

Dining

  • We Cook Pizza and Pasta, Tusayan, Arizona
  • Canyon Room, Coronado Room, Squire Pub (Best Western) Tusayan, Arizona

TUSAYAN, Ariz. — In honor of those that serve and have served in the United States military, national park units around the country, including Grand Canyon National Park, will be offering everyone fee-free entry on Tuesday, November 11.

Active duty members of the U.S. Military and their dependents can also pick up a free Annual Pass. Those wishing to obtain a pass must show a current, valid military identification card.

For both active duty military and veterans, businesses in Tusayan and the Grand Canyon offer discounts, as well as tour companies based out of Flagstaff and Williams.

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