• A water drop clings onto the edge of a orange stalactite, surrounded by white stalactites.

    Timpanogos Cave

    National Monument Utah

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  • Seasonal Closure

    2014 Season: The caves and visitor center will be closed for the winter until May 5. The visitor center will be open on May 5, and the cave will open for tours May 10.

Our Staff & Offices

Our Staff

Headquarters - 801-756-5239

  • Superintendent - Jim Ireland
  • Administrative Officer - Shannon Stephens
  • Administrative Support Assistant - Tanja Covington
  • Supervisory Interpreter - BJ Cluff

Facilities and Maintenance - 801-756-5239

  • Facility Manager - Craig Yow
  • Facility Services Assistant (FMSS) - Camille Jensen
  • Maintenance Worker - Robert Riley
  • Maintenance Worker - Kody Hill

Resource Management - 801-756-5239

  • Integrated Resources Program Manager - Cami McKinney
  • Resource Management Specialist - Andy Armstrong



Contacting Us:

Timpanogos Cave National Monument
Alpine Loop, Hwy 92
American Fork, Utah 84003

Mailing Address: RR3 Box 200 American Fork, UT 84003

GPS Address: 2038 West Alpine Loop Road, American Fork, UT




Did You Know?

drapery cave formation

Cave Draperies, or Cave Bacon, form as calcite rich water trickles down an inclined bedrock surface. Over thousands of years a thin line of calcite builds up along the wall as water follows this same path over and over. These formations appear in caves in all different shapes, sizes and colors.