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Zion National Park

State Route 9 Springdale, Utah
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Zion National Park

Utah's first national park, Zion is home to gigantic sandstone cliffs of many different colors, narrow canyons, and an extensive array of animals and plants. There are innumerable things to do, including hiking, birding, bicycling, canyoneering, rock climbing, rafting, backpacking, camping, and horseback riding. You can also take advantage of such interesting ranger-led activities as walks, talks, and shuttle tours. Zion National Park also features two dining establishments that are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


Hours -

Open Daily: 24/7


  • Private Vehicle - $25.00. Valid for 7 days.
  • Motorcycle - $12.00. Valid for 7 days.
  • Per Person (no car) - $12.00. Valid for 7 days.


  • Nature Center Youth Programs
  • Evening Programs
  • Ranger-Led Bird Walk


  • Hiking
  • Bicycling
  • Horseback Riding
  • Canyoneering
  • Rock Climbing


There are limited parking spaces inside Zion National Park and the Visitor Center lots are usually full by the middle of the morning. A more convenient way to go is to park in the town of Springdale and take the free shuttle. Parking is available along the main road. Just check for parking restrictions.


There are a couple of meal options in Zion National Park. Castle Dome Café offers snacks and sandwiches for breakfast and lunch while Red Rock Grill Dining Room serves up a more extensive menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Reservations for dinner are recommended spring through fall by calling 435-772-3213.


  • Are there any rules for bicyclists in Zion National Park?

    There are a few rules of the road. Bicycles are only allowed on roadways and the Pa’rus Trail. They are not permitted in construction areas or off roadways. In addition, they’re not allowed to go through the Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel. Also, bicycles cannot pass a moving shuttle bus. A general guideline is to always be aware of your surroundings as the roads can be packed with pedestrians and vehicles.
  • Is there a shuttle I can take to get around Zion?

    Indeed, there is a shuttle, which stops at nine different locations throughout the park. The shuttle is free, wheelchair accessible, and you can get on and off as many times as you like. For transferring shuttles between loops, you’ll need to get off at the Visitor Center.

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