We arrived at the Grand Canyon in March of 2020 as the Pandemic was hitting. The park was still open but limited access to services. We were able to maneuver around without any problem as crowds were not an issue. A lot of the visitor centers and busses and trams were not running/open due to Covid-19. I would recommend that you check all of the websites before you make the venture to ensure what's available.
I recommend bringing a good camera as the sights and views are breathtaking. If you have a video camera that would be a bonus. Dress appropriately, maybe layer your clothing as it can warm up near the early afternoon.
We stayed in a motorhome park in Williams, AZ called Grand Canyon Railway RV Park. This park was very nice, it was clean and dog/pet friendly. The sites are narrow, however, they have a nice doggie daycare within walking distance where we boarded our dogs for the night. Grand Canyon Railway Pet Resort.
There was a cute little restaurant in town where we had Italian food Station 66 Italian Bistro. I would describe this eatery as a little more upscale than a “family diner. ” The prices are a bit higher than most however, you will not be disappointed with the food and full wine and beer selection.
See the sights of Scottsdale on a Segway i2 Personal Transporter with the “Old Town Exploration Tour.” Roll with us into the historic Old Town Scottsdale District and glide your way through Scottsdale’s most renowned Downtown area. Experience everything from the preserved rustic traditions to the unique art scene and outdoor sculptures.
The Bridge and River tour is a scenic 3-hour bicycle tour will take you from the Upper West Side of New York City up and over the George Washington Bridge for a ride along the river on Route 9W. Get the full touring experience and leave New York City for a few hours. During the ride, we make stops at Grants Tomb Memorial on the Upper West Side.