What you need to know about the Grand Canyon National Park opening on April 6

It’s almost April.

But don’t expect to see the iconic Grand Canyon at the bottom of your tank.

The park’s first big day is April 6, and it’ll be the first time the park will be open to visitors after the summer monsoon season.

It’ll be only the third time the Grand Staircase-Escalante is open to the public.

And it’s the first year the park has had open access to it for a full year.

The park will open to all visitors, including those who’ve been living off the land.

Some areas, like the Grand Teton, will have a limited number of people, but everyone will be welcome to camp at the park, which has become popular as a place to hike and camp for extended periods of time.

The Grand Canyon’s opening is part of the National Park Service’s new $1.3 billion National Trails System, which will be in place from 2018-2025.

The system will cover more than 10 million acres in 13 states and the District of Columbia.