The Valle Travel Stop is part of our travel services complex which includes the Grand Canyon Inn, the Native American Art & Jewelry Gallery, the Southwestern Gift Store, and the Grand Canyon Inn Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge. We offer visitors to the Grand Canyon the convenience of shopping, staying, and dining with us! Located just 23 miles south of Grand Canyon National Park, we are closer to the Park than Williams and Flagstaff. Stay and shop with us and spend more time at the Grand Canyon! The Valle Travel Stop is an Official Grand Canyon National Park Pay Station. You can purchase your gate passes with us and save time at the Park entrance by using the express lane.
In addition to the fuel and tourist services we offer, the Valle Travel Stop has an out-
standing Native American Art & Jewelry
Gallery of collector art and jewelry and southwestern collectible art created by
Native American artists. Our Southwestern
Gift Shop has an exciting collection of
Grand Canyon, Route 66, and Arizona
apparel, collectibles and souvenirs.
Archaeology Day, SaturdayMarch 7th, 2013
On Saturday, March 23, 2013, Grand Canyon National Park will host its sixth annual Archaeology Day celebration, commemorating Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month. Special programs, activities and demonstrations will be held at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center throughout the day, with a special evening program at the Shrine of the Ages. Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month was created 30 years ago to inform the public about archaeology in the state of Arizona. In Grand Canyon National Park alone, over 4,300 archaeological sites have been recorded to date, and archaeologists estimate that the park may have as many as 50,000 – 60,000 sites. Some of the artifacts found in the park date back almost 12,000 years, testimony to the vast extent of the human history of the area. That history lives on as the descendents of those ancient peoples continue to utilize the area today. Grand Canyon National Park’s… read more