Park Access

Zion National Park is located in southwestern Utah. The nearest national airport is in Las Vegas, 150 miles away.


Accessibility in Utah’s National Parks

Both visitor centers and are fully accessible to those with special needs. The Zion shuttle buses are also fully accessible. Several campsites are reserved for people with disabilities. Service dogs are permitted on a leash anywhere in the park, including on trails, in buildings, and in the backcountry. Read More...


Operating Seasons/Hours

Zion National Park is open to the public every day of the year. Some services and facilities may close or reduce hours during parts of the year. Read More...

Ranger Victoria Allen greats visitors at the Arches Visitor Center. Photo by NPS Andrew Kuhn

How Much Do Utah National Parks Cost?

A trip to Utah isn’t complete without a visit to one of its many national park and wilderness areas, so pack a little extra money to cover entrance fees. Read More...