Day Use: $15 per vehicle. Buy your single day-use pass online here! Senior Day Use: $10 Seniors (65 yrs old). Annual Pass : $100.
Zion National Park charges $35 per vehicle and $20 per person. An annual pass costs $70 per visitor.
All park visitors are required to purchase a recreational use pass upon entering Zion National Park . Entrance Fees All park visitors are required to purchase a recreational use pass upon entering Zion National Park .
Get your America the Beautiful Annual Pass at the USGS online store at store.usgs.gov/ pass (shipping and handling fees apply) or at REI’s online store at www.rei.com (free shipping and National Park Foundation donation). You can also pick up an America the Beautiful Annual Pass at participating REI stores.
No. The Annual Pass is valid at participating Federal recreation sites. Visit http://www.recreation.gov for more information about Federal recreation sites.
Much of the public land in Utah is open to tent camping , even if there are no developed campgrounds nearby. Check with the agency managing the land if you have questions. Here are tips to help you have an enjoyable tent camping experience: Make reservations or arrive early.
Both of these Parks offer great outdoor activities for all ages. For canyoneering and rappelling, Zion beats Bryce . You’ll find world-class hiking in either Park, but in Zion you can find yourself hiking through streams or on sandstone ledges, like Angels Landing – one of the scariest hikes in the world!
Spring and fall have the more moderate weather and might be the best time to visit Zion. April and May and September and October are usually warm and sunny with highs between 60 and 90 degrees on average.
While you can only drive through Zion Canyon in your own car a few months out of the year, you can always drive the Mount Carmel Highway. This 12-mile highway connects the south and east entrances of Zion National Park , and driving it is an experience in itself. Make sure to allow extra time for this drive .
While Zion is home to many different kinds of snakes, the western rattlesnake , also known as the Great Basin rattlesnake , is the only venomous snake in the park . Like other rattlesnakes , you can usually identify them by the triangular head and the rattle at the end of their tail.
Ideally, you need at least two to three days to visit Zion National Park . This gives you enough time to hike the longer, more popular trails, such as Angels Landing and the Narrows, and you can also add in a few of the shorter, easier trails, such as the Riverside Walk and Canyon Overlook.
|Entrance Fees (Valid for 7 consecutive days)||Fee|
|Private Vehicle Admits one private, non-commercial vehicle (15 passenger capacity or less) and all occupants.||$35|
|Motorcycle||$30 per motorcycle|
Normally, 110 of the 419 national parks in the country charge an entrance fee, while the other 309 national parks do not. The annual $55 Southeast Utah Parks Pass allows free entrance to national parks in the Southeast Utah Group ( Arches , Canyonlands, Hovenweep, and Natural Bridges).
The proposed plan allows only vehicles with an entry reservation into the park between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. during the high-visitation season, March through October. A total of 2,006 reservations per day will be available online up to six months in advance.