• Temples and Towers of the Virgin

    Zion

    National Park Utah

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  • Fire Restrictions

    Fire restrictions prohibiting campfires and charcoal fires in Watchman and South Campgrounds are in effect. More »

  • Trail Closures

    Monday to Thursday through 9/18: The East Rim Trail from Weeping Rock to Echo Canyon, including Hidden Canyon, is closed.
    The Hidden Canyon Trail is closed through 9/18. More »

Water Source Conditions

Seep Spring
 

Please check the updated conditions at the visitor center when obtaining your permit.

Springs and water availability in wilderness areas listed below. Please purify all water sources!

 

Dry - Spring will not have water available.
Trickle - Spring will have water but at a low enough volume that it may take an extended period of time to refill a water bottle.
Flowing - Spring will have water recharging at a rate faster than an average consumer water filter can pump.

 

East Rim
Stave Spring
(Near the junction of East Rim and Deertrap Mountain Trails. Seasonal spring).
Condition - Dry

Kolob Canyons
Beatty Spring
(Between campsites 10 and 11 on the La Verkin Creek Trail. Typically flows year round).
Condition - Flowing.

Southwest Desert
Coalpits Wash Spring
(Located 3.5 miles up Coalpits Wash, under an overhang. Seasonal spring)
Condition - Flowing.

West Rim
Sawmill Spring
(Near campsite 9 on the West Rim Trail. Seasonal spring).
Condition - Trickle.

Potato Hollow Spring

(Near campsite 8 on the West Rim Trail. Seasonal spring).
Condition - Dry.

Cabin Spring
(Near campsite 2 on the West Rim Trail. Typically flows year round).
Condition - Flowing.

Wildcat Canyon
Wildcat Spring
(Along the Wildcat Canyon Trail 1.5 miles from the junction of Wildcat Canyon and West Rim Trails. Typically flows year round).
Condition - Flowing.

 
 
 

Did You Know?

CCC Camp in Zion, 1935

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) had three camps in Zion National Park in the 1930's. Much of their work can be seen today. More...