North Rim Wedding Sites
All outdoor weddings require the NPS Special Use Permit ($150, non-refundable) and are limited to these designated sites. The permit does not grant exclusive use of the area and public access cannot be restricted. Wedding parties must abide by all park regulations. Parking may be limited.
To check available dates and locations online see the
Grand Canyon National Park Permit Calendar
Point Imperial Viewpoint
11 miles from Bright Angel Point and Grand Canyon Lodge, is the highest viewpoint in the park at 8800 feet. Wedding parties of ten or less may use the viewpoint. Larger gatherings must use the nearby picnic area. The maximum group size for Imperial Point is 20.
Receptions can take place in the public picnic areas at Cape Royal, Point Imperial, or along Highway 67 just north of Bright Angel Point. Wedding parties must provide all food and beverages and clean up the site after the event.
Indoor Weddings & Ceremonies, North Rim
Grand Canyon Lodge does not host weddings or receptions, nor does it hold blocks of rooms for wedding parties. Guests may make individual reservations up to 13 months in advance by contacting Forever Resorts, (877) 386-4383 or www.foreverlodging.com. Be sure to specify the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park when you call. International callers please dial their office directly at 480-337-1320 for reservations.
The sky is the limit, however there is no air service available so if you want a North Rim Wedding, transportation will need to be arranged. Monumental Arizona Weddings & Events is here to plan it all.
Cape Royal Amphitheater
The site is located at Cape Royal, 23 miles from Bright Angel Point and Grand Canyon Lodge. A sign points the way to a small site with six low log benches beyond the picnic area. Maximum group size is 40.
Grand Canyon Wedding Sites
South Rim, is open year round. Based on the time of year and available wedding sites, the amazing locations on the south rim of the canyon including Lipan Point, Moran Point, Grandeur Point, Rim Worship Site and Pima Point. A National Park Service special use permits will be required for these areas at the cost of $150 in 2019.
South Rim Shoshone Point is available May 1st to October 15th and offers a wonderful remote site off the beaten path. The National Park Service permit for Shoshone is $450 for 2019.
North Rim is open from May 15 - October 15 annually. There are two wedding sites, one at Imperial Point and a group site at Cape Royal.
A National Park Service special use permits will be required for these areas at the cost of $150 in 2019.
We will guide you to securing the special use permit from Grand Canyon NPS. To check dates visit the Grand Canyon NPS Site Calendar
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