Access to Bill Hall/Thunder River Trails is currently okay, however we recommend hikers check on road conditions prior to their hike. North Bass Trailhead and Point Sublime are usually not accessible by car until late May/early June, in a heavy snow year access may be even later. Hikers without a permit can stop by the Read the full article…
Purified drinking water is usually available year-round at Bright Angel and Indian Garden Campgrounds and at Bright Angel and South Kaibab trailheads. The list below reflects seasonal changes and will be updated when water is turned on or off. North Kaibab Trailhead: water turned ON Supai Tunnel: water turned OFF Roaring Springs Day Use Area: Read the full article…
For the Days of of April 7-11, 2013. We will be giving $5.00 off a room. You must mention this code “APRIL IS HERE” when making the reservation. This is only valid on reservations made between 04/06-04/11/2013. If you do not mention this code at the time of reservation, it will not be honored. KMY
Sore Mouth Disease (also known as contagious ecthyma) is thought to be responsible for the illness observed among the bighorn sheep population at Zion National Park.
Zion NP, Cedar Breaks NM and Pipe Spring NM Tourism Creates Nearly $160 Million in Local Economic Benefit
A new National Park Service report shows that visitors to Zion National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and Pipe Spring National Monument spent $159,975,000 in communities surrounding the parks.
This marks the fourteenth year of operation for the shuttle system in Zion National Park and Springdale, Utah.
Climbing routes on cliffs used by nesting Peregrine Falcons in Zion National Park will be temporarily closed beginning March 1, 2013
All commercial activities require a Commercial Use Authorization from Zion National Park
Visit www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/trail-closures.htm for information regarding the availability of permits for winter / spring 2013