Rangers helpful. Views great. Watch the film if you have time. The restrooms are not so clean and no water for washing hands.
This visitor center is small but has everything you need to remember your trip - shirts, books, postcards as well as displays on the history of the canyon and the first explorers. There's also a short film you can watch that is very informative. The Rangers are a great resource if you need help planning a trip so be sure... More
The Visitor Center is your first stop to the Canyon. It has nice restrooms and a gift shop. You definitely want to walk out the back to the trail down a few steps to see one of the amazing views of this canyon.
My husband & I are native "Coloradoans". We had never been to the Black Canyon. Went from one end to the other. The people at the visitor's center were very helpful.
Camped here two nights, came in late or early depending on your point of view. 4 adults and 6 kids ages 2-8. Our arrival was met by some confusion due to the fact is was in the early AM and the campsites all seemed to be taken, but in reality they were not. The rangers put up signs for reserved... More
There is a nice small theatre at the visitor center and my husband & I really enjoyed watching a short movie(about 20 minutes) introducing the history of the area, great movie for all ages. Also, there is an outlook behind the visitor center with spectacular view, highly recommended to visit. Rangers were very helpful, and we received great advice for... More
I don't remember if they had snacks for sale but there was a restroom available. It had useful information about the canyon compared to other great canyons.
This visitor center is pretty typical of most of the national park visitor centers. Exception is the amazing view. It's pretty close to the entrance and has all of the necessary facilities such as restrooms, gift shop, various displays telling you the history and formations of the canyon, and a nice little theatre. I found the staff helpful and friendly.... More
Good movie of area. Very nice rangers and retail staff. Good stuff to buy. The oak flats hike is a bit challenging but nice introduction to area. You take part of it if you hike down to he river.
This wonderfully-designed center is fairly near the entrance to the park. Located directly on the south rim, it is built of logs, and houses restroom facilities, a small gift shop, visual displays, and an educational video. The park guides were extremely helpful as well. Be sure to take the short walkway down to the overlook. The canyon floor is about... More
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