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Grand Canyon National Park: North Rim Entrance Station

Since 1928 the North Rim Entrance Station has served as a first point of contact for visitors to the Grand Canyon National Park. Though substantially altered, it is an excellent example of the Rustic park architecture developed by the National Park Service during the 1920s and 1930s. ARG prepared a detailed Historic Structure Report (HSR) with multiple treatment options to recapture the most appropriate historic configuration, appearance, and expression of the original design, while improving the entire experience of the park entrance, addressing dilapidated conditions, and providing greater safety, visitor amenities, and future flexibility.