Where are Services near Zion National Park?

Where can I get my vehicle fixed? Where are the closest medical clinics/hospitals to Zion National Park? And other services surrounding Zion National Park.
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Where can I get my vehicle fixed?
There are two places in Springdale which can assist motorists with mechanical problems. Check the visitor center information desk for more information.

Where are the closest medical clinics/hospitals to Zion National Park?
There is a medical clinic in Springdale and Hurricane. The closest hospitals are located in Kanab and St. George.

Where is the closest gas station to Zion National Park?
There are two service stations in Springdale 1-mile from the south entrance. Numerous other stations are available near the east entrance, Mt. Carmel Junction, and Kanab.

Where can I go to get something to eat?
The Zion Lodge dining room serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The cafe offers grab-and-go lunches. Dinner reservations are advised. Other food service restaurants are available in Springdale (south entrance) or Mt. Carmel Junction and Kanab (east entrance).

Where is the closest grocery store?
Grocery stores are available in Springdale and Kanab. Convenience stores are available in Mt. Carmel Junction.

Are internet services available?
In the park, both the Zion Canyon Visitor Center and the Human History Museum have free, public WiFi. In Springdale there are several places including: Springdale Library, and several other local businesses.

Where can I take a shower and do laundry?
There are no showers or laundry facilities in the campgrounds in Zion National Park. The only public showers are in Springdale located at Zion Outfitter for a fee. www.zionoutfitter.com/showers-and-laundry/ There are laundromats in Springdale and Hurricane, plus many hotels in the area have guest laundries.



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Shuttle Buses in Zion National Park

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

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Rock formation at Zion National Park

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A tunnel on the Mount Carmel Highway road in Zion National Park

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Location of Utah national parks

Where are Utah's National Parks?

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South Campground in Zion National Park

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Map of Zion National Park

Official Zion National Park Map PDF

A very specific and useful map of Zion National Park showing roads and entrances.

Dog drinking water out of a water bottle

Can I Bring My Pet to Zion National Park?

Leashed dogs are not allowed on any trails or wilderness areas, except the Pa’rus Trail. Access the trail from Canyon Junction or the visitors center.