Grand Canyon South Rim

Grand Canyon Wedding Packages

Grand Canyon South Rim

About Grand Canyon South Rim

Located in Northern Arizona, the South Rim of the Grand Canyon has both indoor and outdoor wedding accommodations. Whichever site you choose will leave a glorious, lasting impression.

Facts and infos

  • Open year round
  • Special Use Permit required (has to be obtained by couple)
  • Early reservation recommended (there is only one event per day allowed on a viewpoint)

To get married in the Grand Canyon a permit is necessary, the permit process require a minimum of 4 weeks. Do not wait until the last minute for your booking. It is possible that complex special events require more than 4 weeks to process.


  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
High (°F) 40 45 51 60 70 81 84 82 76 65 52 43
Low (°F) 18 21 25 32 39 47 54 53 47 36 27 20
High (°C) 5 7 10 15 21 27 29 28 24 180 11 6
Low (°C) -8 -6 -4 0 4 8 12 12 8 2 -3 -7

Outdoor wedding locations:

  • Pima Point, for smaller parties, (may not be open in December, January and February if Hermits road is closed)
  • Rim Worship site, for up to 50 people.
  • Grandeur Point, for up to 45 people.
  • Shoshone Point, for up to 85 people, only viewpoint available for outdoor receptions. Open from may 1st through October 15.
  • Moran Point, for up to 35 people, offers an expansive view over the canyon, less visitors on this point
  • Lipan Point, for up to 35 people, view over the Colorado River

Indoor wedding locations:

  • Shrine of Ages, features a 280-seat auditorium, with a smaller room that holds 60 people. No alcohol permitted in the building. Food only permitted in the smaller room.
  • Park lodges different possibilities

Grand Canyon- Wedding Packages


We currently don't take on any new bookings for Grand Canyon. See our packages offered to Southern Arizona in the Tucson and Phoenix area.