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Grand Canyon’s east will reopen its gates to visitors

Known as the area of the notable Desert View Watchtower. Grand Canyon National Park's east entrance has been closed for most of the pandemic. It'll finally open its gates on Thursday.

All other roads are open to residents as they were. COVID-19 safety rules, including a mask necessity, are placed on the reservation. Only state and government highways that navigate the Navajo Reservation are open to guests.

Accommodations and services within the park are accessible in Grand Canyon Village 25 miles to the west. Outside the park, lodging, food, and gas are accessible in Cameron, 30 miles east on the Navajo Reservation.

The park closed the entrance to debilitate travelers from passing through the reservation, which had lockdown and time limitation controls. The reopening was reported Wednesday by park Administrator Ed Keable and was based on input from tribal and state authorities and community members.

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