Grand Canyon National Park: Water Bottle Filling Station 0938

Designated water bottle filling stations have been installed in high traffic areas on both rims of the park, making it easier than ever before to refill your water bottle. Like the existing water fountains and sinks in buildings and facilities throughout the park, the new filling stations provide free, Grand Canyon spring water from the park’s approved water supply, located at Roaring Springs. The bottle filling station shown in this photo is at the Bright Angel Trailhead. NPS photo by Michael Quinn.

The South Rim filling stations are equipped to provide year-round access to water and are located at:
Hermits Rest (located near the other public amenities);
Bright Angel and South Kaibab Trailheads;
Canyon Village and Desert View Marketplaces; and
Grand Canyon, Verkamp’s and Desert View Visitor Centers.

The North Rim filling stations are located at:
North Kaibab Trailhead,
North Rim Visitor Center (adjacent to the restrooms), and
North Rim Backcountry Office.

Two filling stations provide only seasonal access to water:
North Kaibab Trailhead, and North Rim Visitor Center.
All others are equiped to provide year-round access to water.

Learn more: www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/refilling_stations.htm


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