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Grand Canyon National Park
About the Venue
The Grand Canyon is vast and is too hard to describe without seeing it for yourself. You and your loved one will have a once-in-a-lifetime experience along the south rim for your ceremony. Don't pass up the opportunity!
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- You are responsible for the permit application and fee. We can advise with the permit, but cannot complete anything on your behalf, based on the National Park Service's rules.
- The permit fee ranges from $240-500 ($500 for ceremonies at Shoshone Point).
- Visit the National Park Service Grand Canyon site for the permit application, fees, and site information: https://www.nps.gov/grca/learn/management/sup.htm#CP_JUMP_2220839
- All ceremonies, regardless of size, require an approved Special Use Permit issued by the National Park Service. Weddings may be scheduled up to 1 year in advance.
- Note that winter conditions may exist from November to April (road and park closures sometimes).
- Instructions for how to pay the nonrefundable application fee will be emailed to you after the park confirms receipt of application. By law, the park must recover costs associated with managing these permits and sites through these fees.
- Permit processing time varies, but expect at least 4 weeks. Contact and email your approved permit to us at Simply Eloped, so we can schedule your vendors!
- Travel fee of $260 per vendor.
- Maximum guest count is 20 people.
- Wheelchair accessibility depends on the site you choose.
- Dogs on-leash are allowed in certain areas, but not below the rim - check the site you choose for more information.
- No alcohol is permitted.
- No chairs or decor allowed.