• Spires of Cedar Mesa sandstone in Chesler Park (Needles District)

    Canyonlands

    National Park Utah

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  • Extreme Fire Danger

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Fees & Reservations

ENTRANCE FEES

All federal lands passes are issued and accepted at Canyonlands.

Individuals:
$5 (Good for 7 Days)
This fee applies to motorcycles, bicycles and walk-ins (per person).

Vehicles: $10 (Good for 7 days)
This fee includes all occupants of a vehicle.

Local Passport:
$25 (Good for one year)
Good for entrance to Arches, Canyonlands, Hovenweep and Natural Bridges.

Commercial Tours
Fee depends upon the capacity of the vehicle. 1 to 6 passenger vehicles are charged $25 and $5 per person. 7 to 25 passenger vehicles are charged $40. 26 or more passenger vehicles are charged $100. Read more about commerical use authorizations.

CAMPING FEES

At the Island in the Sky, sites at Willow Flat Campground are $10 per night. In the Needles, sites at Squaw Flat Campground are $15 per night. All sites are first-come, first-served.

RESERVATIONS

Reservations are available for backcountry permits, river permits and for group campsites in the Needles. Regular sites at the developed campgrounds are first-come, first-served.

Did You Know?

Juniper Berries

The Utah juniper, one of the most common trees in the southwest, has the ability to self-prune. During droughts, these trees will cut off fluids from one or more branches so that the rest of the tree can survive. More...