In honor of Grand Canyon's 99th birthday on February 26, 2018, the Grand Canyon National Park and Grand Canyon Conservancy unveiled the logo for the 2019 Centennial.
The logo was the result of a collaborative effort between the park’s official nonprofit partner, Grand Canyon Conservancy, Grand Canyon National Park employees, and marketing firm Off Madison Avenue.
Depicting one of Grand Canyon’s most significant elements, the Colorado River, the logo is a visual reminder of the rich natural, cultural, and historical resources found at Grand Canyon National Park. The accompanying tagline, Go Grand, encourages inspiration and grand adventures.
The launch of our logo signals the start of our Centennial Celebration which will feature lots of special events and programs for supporters, the community, and the nation.
Stay tuned for more details regarding Grand Canyon's Centennial. It’s going to be an amazing year and we hope you’ll join us.
More information, visit Grand Canyon National Park.
Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and Grand Canyon National Park have partnered to produce "100 Years of Grand" – a centennial project to showcase archival materials around the early years of Grand Canyon.
Weaving together decades of history, "100 Years of Grand" brings together thousands of photographs, documents, and correspondence to enhance the public's understanding of the history of the park.