National Park Closures
DON’T PANIC and don’t cancel your plans! There is still a lot to do and see in southern Utah. INCLUDING seeing a portion of Zion and Bryce National Parks
Yes, it is true National Parks across the country are officially closed. However, talk to the locals and you will find there are well traveled locations to overlook into the parks that are still viewable for the general public.
There is still A LOT to do and see in southern Utah!
ZION NATIONAL PARK: Highway 9 through ZION NATIONAL PARK is still open which provides views to many of the popular park features including the mile long tunnel and Checkerboard Mesa. Also open is the giant screen movie Treasure of the Gods which presents grand views of Zion’s not readily accessible from the general areas.
CEDAR BREAKS, is the road through Cedar Breaks, also open and the views are accessible, but all buildings will be closed and unmanned.
SNOW CANYON STATE PARK, 20 minutes outside of St George, is a great spot to visit as well.
BYRCE CANYON NATIONL PARK: Best Western Ruby’s Inn offers a private shuttle and viewing location into Bryce Canyon. Southern Utah also has several historic sites, and ghost towns worth checking out.
We recommend calling a Best Western close to each National Park to find out what additional attractions there are to visit in each area. There are known outlooks that give access into the parks. Those still make a trip worthwhile.
SNOW CANYON STATE PARK, St. George, BW Coral Hills 800-542-7733
ZION NP: BW Zion Park Inn 800-934-7275
BRYCE NP: BW RUBY’S INN: 435-834-5341, BW PLUS Grand Hotel: 435-834-5700
CEDAR BREAKS: BW El Rey Inn & Suites: 435-586-6518, BW Town & Country 435-586-9900