Most campsites at Cedar Breaks are first come first serve, but you can reserve a campsite at the Point Supreme Campground using recreation.gov.
Online reservations must be made at least 3 days in advance. Camping is available from mid-June to mid-September. Visit our Campground page for more details.
Qualifying educational groups are able to access Cedar Breaks National Monument at no charge with an academic fee waiver.
There is no permit needed for individuals or small groups to visit the Ashdown Gorge Wilderness
but please respect private property inholdings & practice Leave No Trace Principals
Permits are required for the following, click on the links below for more information:
The Special Use Permit (SUP) authorizes activities that benefit an individual, group or organization, rather than the public at large. Examples include weddings, scattering ashes, commercial filming and/or photography, special assemblies, First Amendment activities, athletic events, or collecting of resource materials etc.
Each of these activities requires a special use permit that must be acquired in advance. Learn more and how to apply for a SUP.
Commercial use includes any organization (commercial and non-profit) offering a service or itinerary that has been packaged, priced, and sold as guided instruction using National Park Service lands. Examples include (but are not limited to) workshops, shuttles, guided bike tours, guided hiking tours etc.
Applications for commercial use must be submitted in advance and renewed yearly. Learn more and how to apply for a CAU.