• Cedar Breaks amphitheater

    Cedar Breaks

    National Monument Utah

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  • UT 148 Closed

    Utah Highway 148, the main road through Cedar Breaks National Monument, is closed for the winter season. The route is groomed as a snowmobile trail until mid-March.

Fees & Reservations

Cedar Breaks Individual Fee: $4 Per Person
Valid for seven days, this fee is for visitors, age 16 or older, entering the park. Children age 15 and under are free. This fee is paid at the entrance station at Point Supreme.

Camping at Point Supreme Campground: $14 Per Night
This fee can be paid at the self pay station at the campground entrance. Read more about Point Supreme Campground here.

Reservations

Reservations for Point Supreme Campground are made through www.recreation.gov. Click here to go directly to Point Supreme Campground's listing.

Passes
Entrance fees are not charged to holders of valid Interagency America the Beautiful Passes, Senior Passes, Access Passes, Cedar Breaks Annual Passes, Golden Age Passports, or Golden Access Passports. Click here to learn more about these passes.

Special Events, Non-Commercial Groups, Fundraisers
Please call park headquarters 435-586-9451 for information. National Park Service units require special authorization to hold an event inside and/or traveling through boundaries. (36 CFR § 71.10(a)) Sometimes these events require extra fees in addition to regular entrance fees. (36 CFR § 71.10(b))

Academic Fee Waivers
Qualifying educational groups are able to access Cedar Breaks National Monument at no charge with an academic fee waiver. To learn more about these fee waivers and exemptions, click here.

Why Pay Fees?
Click here to learn how your fees are used at Cedar Breaks National Monument.

Did You Know?

Buried in Snow

Cedar Breaks National Monument can get over 15 feet of snow during the winter months. Although most visitor facilities are closed during this time, the Monument is open to travel via cross-country skis, snowshoes and snowmobiles. Volunteers also staff a yurt to warm winter visitors. More...