Frequently Asked Questions about Local Services

Q. Where can I get my vehicle fixed?
A. There are two places in Springdale which can assist motorists with mechanical problems. Check the visitor center information desk for more information.

Q. Where are the closest medical clinics/hospitals to Zion National Park?
A. There is a medical clinic in Springdale and Hurricane. The closest hospitals are located in Kanab and St. George.

Q. Where is the closest gas station to Zion National Park?
A. There are two service stations in Springdale 1-mile from the south entrance. Numerous other stations are available in surrounding communities.

Q. Where can I go to get something to eat?
A. In the park, the Zion Lodge dining room and cafe serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dinner reservations are required; please call 435-772-7760. There are many restaurants in surrounding communities.

Q. Where is the closest grocery store?
There are grocery and convenience stores in Springdale, La Verkin, Hurricane, Kanab, St. George, and Cedar City.

Q. Are there internet services available?
A. In the park you can go to the Zion Lodge, there is a computer set up in the lobby for public internet use. In Springdale there are several places including: the Springdale Library, and several other local businesses.

Q. Where can I take a shower?
A. There are no showers available within Zion National Park. Pay showers are available in Springdale and east of the park. The availability of these services varies throughout the year.

Q. Where can I use my ATM card?
A. There is a ATM at the Zion Lodge. Banks and ATMs are located in most surrounding communities.

Q. Where can I do my laundry?
A. There are laundry facilities located in Springdale, Hurricane, and Kanab. There are no laundry facilities within the park.

Last updated: April 4, 2013

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Zion National Park
1 Zion Park Blvd.

Springdale, UT 84767


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