News Releases

August 19, 2015
Bryce Canyon National Park's Annual Pass: A Great Deal for Local Residents and Repeat Visitors
What many visitors to Bryce Canyon don't realize, however, is that the park also offers a park-specific Annual Pass that waives entrance fees to Bryce Canyon National Park for 12 months from the date of purchase. At $35, the Bryce Canyon Annual Pass is a bargain for local residents and others who visit Bryce Canyon several times a year.


July 17, 2015
6th Annual Geology Festival July 31st & August 1st, 2015
Please join us for two days of fun family activities learning about dinosaurs; the geology of Utah's public lands, & how Bryce Canyon N.P. was formed –why it is not a "real canyon"!


June 24, 2015
Vapur Launches Hydration Program in Partnership w/ Bryce Canyon and Elkay
Vapur , makers of the flexible, reusable and eco-responsible "Anti-Bottle," is pleased to announce the launch of its Hydration Program partnership with Bryce Canyon National Park and Elkay.


May 28, 2015
6th Annual Utah Prairie Dog Day
Superintendent Lisa Eckert invites you to join the park in our sixth annual celebration of the Utah prairie dog, a native species to Utah and the Bryce Canyon area.


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April 23, 2015
Tourism to Local National Parks (Zion, Bryce, Cedar Breaks and Pipe Spring) creates more than $433 Million in Economic Benefits Report shows visitor spending supports nearly 5,000 jobs in local economy.
February 2, 2015
President's Budget Request FY 2016 for National Park Service
President Obama's budget request for fiscal year 2016 –the centennial year of the National Park Service –includes $3 billion for the bureau's critical conservation, preservation, and recreation mission.
November 25, 2014
Shared Use Path for Bryce Canyon National Park.
The National Park Service has published a proposed rule to authorize bicycle use on 6.2 miles of a shared-use pathway in Bryce Canyon National Park.

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