Top Resources to Help You Plan Your Trip to Zion

Zion National Park - Kolob Terrace Upper

Planning a trip to Zion could be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Let those that have been to Zion National Park before, or even locals, do all the planning for you! We have compiled a list of articles and topics that should help you learn all you need to know about Zion so you can pick and choose your favorite activities, find the best hotels, and discover the must see sights. Springdale is the doorstep to Zion with lodging, boutique shopping, and an eclectic feel found nowhere else in the world. Wrap yourselves in the canyon walls and experience Zion with the following ideas.

Or just down the road about a 45 minute drive, you will find St. George Utah. It’s essentially the hub of southwest Utah with a thriving downtown scene, nightlife, restaurants and top notch hotels inviting you to stay. With easy access to Zion this is sometimes the pick for those who are looking for a little more. With nearby Snow Canyon State Park, ATV Adventures at Sand Hollow State Park, and quaint downtown, St. George is often a basecamp for travelers from all over the world. Check out a few more ideas if this sounds more like your style.

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Shuttle Services Resume Operation for the 2023 Season

Shuttle Services within Zion National Park have resumed operation as of Saturday,March 11th, 2023. This adjustment is the first in the seasonal adjustments that take place yearly within the park. Here's what to know when planning your visit…
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What to Expect this Labor Day Weekend in Zion

Labor Day weekend is upon us. It is always one of the busiest weekends of the year at Zion. With the anticipation of a busy weekend, park officials are asking those who are planning to visit the park this weekend, to plan ahead, especially with…
Patriarchs Smallest - Zion National Park
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President’s Day Weekend in Zion

Starting Friday, February 14th and running through the weekend, thousands of visitors are expected at Zion National Park. Due to the predicted influx of visitors, Zion National Park will resume weekend only (Saturday and Sunday), mandatory shuttle…
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Full length of Zion Narrows will remain permanently open to the public

A deal has been made to help keep the full length of the Zion Narrows trail permanently open to the public! The 16 mile long trail will remain open for the foreseeable future, according to the parties who were involved in the deal negotiating…
Weeping Rock closed after rockfall leaves hikers stranded

Weeping Rock closed after rockfall leaves hikers stranded

Three visitors were injured, and a number of visitors were temporarily stranded at the Weeping Rock Trail Saturday evening, after a rockfall occurred. Park employees responded to the Weeping Rock area to find that a large chunk of rock broke…
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Court of the Patriarchs in Zion National Park
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Waterfall at Lower Pine Creek Zion National Park
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