Below are answers to many common—and some not so common—questions asked by our visitors. If you feel we've left one out, please let us know!
Can I reserve a campsite?
No, sites at the campground are first-come, first-served.
What facilities does the campground have?
The campground has 13 sites with fire grills. picnic tables and pit toilets. Hookups are not available.
What time does the campground fill?
Fill time varies throughout the year. During spring and fall it is not uncommon for the campground to fill early in the morning. During summer and winter, it may not fill at all.
What’s the maximum RV length in the campground?
Are pets allowed in Natural Bridges?
Yes, but they are not allowed on hiking trails. Read more about Pets.
What facilities or services does Natural Bridges offer?
Aside from the visitor center and bathrooms, there are no facilities at Natural Bridges. Gas, groceries, lodging and other amenities are available in nearby towns. Read more about Goods and Services.
Can I get information mailed to me?
Yes, you may request mailed information by contacting us. However, please consider that all published brochures and newspapers are available on this website.
Where can I get extra brochures?
Canyonlands Natural History Association operates the bookstores in our visitor center and sells the official park brochure that is handed out at entrance stations. You can visit them online at www.cnha.org.
Where can I buy an item I saw in your visitor center?
Canyonlands Natural History Association operates the bookstores in our visitor centers. Visit them online at www.cnha.org.
Does the Natural Bridges close at night?
No, the monument never closes. The visitor center is open daily year-round. Read more about Operating Hours and Seasons.
How do I get an entrance fee waiver?
Fee waivers are available to educational groups when the purpose of their visit is educational rather than recreational. More about Fee Waivers
What is the weather?
Current weather and local forecasts are available from the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Salt Lake City.
Will my cell phone work in Natural Bridges?
Cell phone coverage is poor to nonexistent throughout the area.
Can I volunteer at Natural Bridges?
Yes! The National Park Service needs volunteers throughout the year to assist with all aspects of park management. More about Volunteering
How do I get a job at Natural Bridges?
Read more about Working with Us.
Can I get married in Natural Bridges?
Yes, though a special use permit is required.
Can I film a movie in Natural Bridges?
All commercial photography and filming requires a special use permit.