A Journey Into The Wild

Take a lonely and rocky two-track road in a 4x4 to the edge of the Grand Wash Cliffs. Find a stunning solitary vista deep into the Grand Canyon. Relax in the shade of ponderosas at Mount Trumbull. Touch ancient waters at Pakoon Springs in one of the driest places in the world. Parashant is remote. There are no crowds here. Be equipped to leave pavement, cell service, and the 21st century behind.

View of Whitmore Canyon from Mt. Logan
Plan Your Visit

Explore a vast landscape of desert cactus and canyon walls, ponderosa pines and rugged rock formations.

View of a camera on a tripod with mesas and cliff faces blurred in the background.
Things To Do

Explore the various activities you can do to visit or learn about Parashant.

View of the rising sun from a remote viewpoint overlooking the Grand Canyon.
Scenic Drives & Viewpoints

Hundreds of miles of backcountry roads lead to incredible scenery and many remote destinations. Plan ahead.

The sun setting behind a glowing tent in a ponderosa forest.
Camping

Here you can wake up in your tent, open the flap, and enjoy scenic views with no one else for miles around. No fees or reservations needed.

Jeep on steep road by dropoff
Travel Safety & Vehicle Recommendations

Are you wondering if your vehicle, tires, and equipment are appropriate to visit the monument? Read more here.

View overlooking the Grand Canyon from the Twin Point overlook.
Webcams

Can't make it to the monument? No problem. Take in the views of Parashant from wherever you are!

Image features barrel cacti in a Mojave Desert environment, surrounded by spring wildflowers.
Nature

Learn about the natural resources across the monument, from the rocks under our feet to the sky overhead and everything in between.

Image features researchers and monument employees releasing relict leopard frogs at Pakoon Springs.
Science & Research

To apply for a scientific research and collecting permit, visit the NPS Research Permit and Reporting System website.

Last updated: March 1, 2024

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

Public Lands Information Center
345 East Riverside Drive

Saint George, UT 84790

Phone:

(435) 688-3200
This federal interagency office is staffed by employees from the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, U.S National Forest Service, and by dedicated volunteers from the local community. Phones are answered Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The information center is closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and all federal holidays.

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