Reopened Grand Canyon Amenities Extend Free General Admission to Frontline Workers

Rick McCartney

Grand Canyon West has announced an extension on its thank you offer of complimentary general admission for an expanded list of eligible frontline workers.

Through June 15, the company is offering complimentary general admission for police, firefighters, emergency medical technicians, healthcare workers, grocery store employees, janitorial workers, maintenance workers, truck or bus drivers, and teachers. It’s a small thank you from Grand Canyon West for the incredible work frontline workers are doing to help communities everywhere get through this COVID crisis.

“We are pleased to announce we are extending our complimentary general admission offer to continue to express our gratitude and appreciation for the courageous service of frontline workers,” said Colin McBeath, CEO of Grand Canyon Resort Corporation.

Grand Canyon West is opening in phases. The world-famous Skywalk, Eagle Point, and Guano Point opened at Grand Canyon West on June 1, 2020. Hualapai River Runners will relaunch their whitewater rafting tours and brand-new rental offerings on June 8, 2020.

Through June 15, 2020, frontline workers will receive complimentary General Admission to Grand Canyon West at the on-site ticket counter when they show a work ID to validate they are a police officer, firefighter, EMT, healthcare worker, grocery store worker, janitorial worker, maintenance worker or a truck or bus driver.

On June 1, Grand Canyon West also launched special introductory pricing to celebrate reopening. To celebrate this momentous occasion — from now until July 31, 2020, guests can get a General Admission ticket and Skywalk bundle for just $59. This limited-time offer can be booked at grandcanyonwest.com or by calling 1-888-868-WEST.

For more information on how Grand Canyon West is welcoming back visitors with rigorous new health and safety protocols, go to grandcanyonwest.com/reopening-information/

The Grand Canyon Resort Corporation is a wholly owned enterprise of the Hualapai Tribe. The corporation’s properties include Grand Canyon West, the Grand Canyon Skywalk, Hualapai River Runners, the Zipline at Grand Canyon West, the Hualapai Lodge, and the Walapai Market.

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