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Grand Canyon National Park

If there is any place on Earth that puts into perspective the grandiosity of Mother Nature, it is the Grand Canyon. The natural wonder, located in northern Arizona, is a window into the regio's geological and Native American past. As one of the country's first national parks, the Grand Canyon has long been considered a U.S. treasure, and continues to inspire scientific study and puzzlement.

"It is the one great wonders. . . every American should see." --Theodore Roosevelt

Grand Canyon National Park facts

Acreage 1,217,262 acres
Elevation in Feet 0 ft.
Miles of Trail 0 mi.
Number of Campsites 120
Climate Desert
Year Founded 1919
Annual Visitor Count 4,756,771
Number of Animal Species 450
Entry Fee $8.00
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