Gatherings and commercial activities in National Parks often require a special use permit. The purpose of these permits is to ensure the protection of the park's natural and cultural resources, as well as to minimize conflicts between park visitors and your guests. Permits will be specific in nature to the activity being permitted. Activities requiring a Special Use Permit may include First Amendment gatherings, weddings, or sale or distribution of printed matter.
The form above should be used for all special uses except rights-of-way. If applying for rights-of-way, use SF-299 - Application for Transportation and Utility Systems and Facilities on Federal Lands (PDF).
Contact the monument at (435) 781-7700 to help determine if you need a Special Use or other permit.
Did You Know?
Mormon crickets are wingless grasshoppers that swarm across roads through the summer in the western United States. These flightless insects can form such large swarms that the road appears to move and change colors where they cross.