Night Skies

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Learn about Zion National Park's night skies, why they're special, how to star gaze, and what you can do to preserve dark skies in your hometown.

A stary sky illuminates snowy red cliffs.
Stargaze on Your Own

Read about Ranger tips for stargazing in Zion!

The Zion IDA sign, with blue cliffs, a deer in the foreground, and the purple IDA logo.
Lighting Projects in Zion

Read about what Zion is doing to protect our dark night skies.

A full moon above red cliffs
Learn about the Night Sky in the NPS

Explore the work that the NPS is doing to protect and preserve dark skies.

Visit other International Dark Sky Parks

See what night sky sites may be close to you!

Last updated: April 2, 2024

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Zion National Park
1 Zion Park Blvd.

Springdale, UT 84767


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