Zion National Park is Open
From early spring to late fall, ride free shuttles in Springdale and the park. You do not need a ticket or reservation to ride the park shuttle. Check the seasonal shuttle schedule before your visit.
Check the weather forecast and our Weather and Climate page. See real-time conditions near Springdale on the park webcam.
Avoid exposure to toxic cyanobacteria. Do not submerge your head in or drink water from any rivers in Zion National Park.
Wildfire & Campfires
No known wildfires in Zion National Park.
No prescribed fires are happening in Zion National Park.
Fires are allowed in established, metal fire rings or grills.
Fires are never allowed outside of established, metal fire rings or grills. Fires are always prohibted in Wilderness areas of Zion National Park. Fireworks are also always prohibited.
Trails & Hiking
Pick a trail from our hiking guide. Check the weather and drink plenty of water. Temperatures vary widely. Bring layers of clothing, food, water, and a flashlight.
Some trails are closed. Please do not enter closed areas.
Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel
Tunnel is open. Oversize vehicles always require one-way traffic control by park rangers to go through narrow tunnel. Rangers manage traffic:
Learn more size restrictions and about the Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel.
We share updates about park roads on Twitter @ZionNPS and on the webpage you are reading. For other Utah road conditions, call 866-511-8824, or if you are in Utah, dial 5-1-1 on your cell phone.
Zion Canyon Scenic Drive: Only accessible by free shuttle bus at most times of year. Please check the seasonal shuttle schedule. When the road is open to drivers and if parking fills, the National Park Service may temporarily close the road.
Last updated: December 1, 2022