Fire Restrictions In Effect Starting June 20th in Zion National Park
Effective June 20th Watchman Campground and South Campground in Zion National Park are closed to campfires due to the abundance of highly flammable cheat grass. Propane and gas stoves are permitted. Fireworks are always prohibited in Zion National Park.
Archeological sites occur throughout Zion National Park. These fragile resources provide important clues to the past. Because most sites can easily be damaged by human activities, only a few are designated as ''open'' to public viewing. With your help, these sites will remain intact and available for future generations to learn from and enjoy.
•Visit only if you are invited.
•Don't touch the art.
•Don't eat in the living room.
•Don't take the knickknacks.
•No slumber parties.
•Don't pee in the parlor...or any other room.
•Keep your feet off the furniture.
•Thanks for being a courteous guest!
Did You Know?
California Condors, which were released in Vermillion Cliffs, Arizona, in the late 1990's, are increasingly being sighted in Zion National Park. More...