Zion National Park License Plate Available
Contact: Ron Terry, 435-772-0160
Superintendent Jock Whitworth has announced that a Zion National Park license plate is now available to the public. The license plate, created to celebrate Zion National Park’s 100th Anniversary in 2009, can be obtained at Utah Division of Motor Vehicles offices throughout the state.
The special group license plate was authorized by the Utah State Legislature during its 2008 session. The Zion license plate provides an opportunity for Utah residents to show their pride and support for Utah’s most visited national park and one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world. Fees from the plates will go to the Zion National Park Foundation, a non-profit park partner, to support visitor programs, resource management projects, and facilities within Zion National Park.
Depicting the Great White Throne and the Virgin River in Zion Canyon, the license plate image was adapted from the Zion National Park Centennial logo. The plate is one of many centennial projects designed to celebrate the park’s first 100 years.
Learn more about the Zion National Park Centennial
Did You Know?
Zion National Park has a trail where pets are allowed. The Pa'rus Trail winds along the Virgin River for 2 miles at the entrance to Zion Canyon and is also a bicycle path More...