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GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — Grand Canyon National Park celebrates its centennial season this year, and the nation’s second most popular national park is expected to draw a record number of visitors — a figure that could top 6.5 million. So, if you’d like to join the 100th birthday celebration for the majestic canyon’s national park, we’d strongly suggest you beat the crowds with a winter visit.
While the canyon’s North Rim closes to the public during the winter, the South Rim remains open, and the park’s scenic drives, viewpoints, trails, lodgings and RV campgrounds are delightfully uncongested.
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