Romantic Grand Canyon Elopements Spots
Grand Canyon Elopement
About the Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon National Park is a uniquely beautiful venue for your dream elopement in 2022. There are six approved outdoor locations on the South Rim. Two outdoor areas on the North Rim and two indoor locations on the South Rim. Each location requires a Special Use Permit from the National Park Service, and fees range from $240 to $500. Your Grand Canyon Elopement may be scheduled up to one year in advance. The park requires a minimum of four weeks to process a basic permit request fully. Please apply for your permit early so you can receive it on time. Special events sometimes require more than four weeks of processing time, so apply sooner rather than too late.
The best places for your Grand Canyon Elopement
Whether in a small or large circle. A Grand Canyon Elopement offers many possibilities according to your taste. The surroundings and nature are unique and breathtaking. The atmosphere is indescribable, and the view of the different places is beautiful. Each place is different in its own way. Let yourself be inspired.
A somewhat secluded spot at the western end of Hermit Road for smaller parties. Only available in December, January, and February, when Hermit Road stays open to all vehicles. You can celebrate with up to 30 people.
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Rim Worship Site
Here you can celebrate with up to 50 people. It is located at the west end of Grand Canyon Village on the Rim Trail, a quarter mile (0.4 km) from the nearest parking lot.
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This viewpoint is located west of the main viewpoint in an area that is not accessible. It is less visited than other viewpoints and offers expansive views of the canyon. Parking is usually available nearby. Up to 35 people can celebrate with you here.
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In this spot, there is space for 45 people. It is recommended to use the free shuttle buses because the parking spaces are quickly occupied.
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This location is in an isolated place with limited parking and is accessible only by a 1.6 km dirt road. From May 15 to October 15, you can celebrate here with up to 85 guests. The site offers picnic tables, a pavilion, grills, trash cans, and a restroom. Unfortunately, only the lookout point is available for outdoor receptions.
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Cape Royal is located at the North Rim. Although it is a bit off the beaten path, its views at sunset are beyond incredible. The North Rim is extraordinary as it is the quietest of all the Grand Canyon areas. This is the perfect place for a peaceful and intimate Grand Canyon Elopement.
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Lipan Point is located directly west of Desert View, overlooking the Colorado River. It can accommodate up to 35 people—a perfect spot for your Grand Canyon Elopement.
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