Grand Canyon Facts
Learn all about the Grand Canyons history, geology and so much more with our articles about Grand Canyon Facts. Get information for homework, or your next trip to the Grand Canyon.
You probably assume that the Grand Canyon West Rim and Skywalk are part of the Grand Canyon National Park. Actually, They aren’t. This part of the Grand Canyon belongs to the Hualapai Tribe and provides the largest portion of the tribe’s income. The... Read More >
The Grand Canyon is said to be home to numerous ghosts, spirits, and other types of paranormal activity. If you would like to pursue ghost hunting in the Grand Canyon, you need a K-II meter. Choosing a K-II meter for ghost hunting activities can be a challenging task.... Read More >
Each year, millions of people visit the Grand Canyon. Hiking, biking, backpacking, swimming, fishing, camping and touring historical locations within the national park are just a few of the many activities pursued by visitors. While the park lures people with its... Read More >
Did you know the Grand Canyon’s history includes a donkey known as Brighty? A children’s book about him was written by Marguerite Henry in the early 1950s. It is a wonderful story that many people think is fiction but this donkey really existed and did all... Read More >
The Grand Canyon is home to a large assortment of animals that are considered to be exceptionally dangerous. Examples include the mountain lion, black bears, and charging elk; however, based on local emergency room visits, the rock squirrel is actually the most... Read More >