The Zion Canyon Bed and Breakfast is located near the beautiful main entrance to Zion National Park. When you stay with us you’ll have spectacular views every morning and night. Your park fee gives you seven days of access to Zion so you can take your time and explore many parts of the Canyon on different days. You’ll find that Zion National Park is so diverse and magical that you’ll want to stay as long as you can.

Zion National Park, located in the southwest corner of Utah, is a magnificent canyon of towering monoliths and red sandstone cliffs. The park extends over 30 miles and covers 229 square miles. Zion National Park received its name from early Mormon settlers, and many of the formations in the park have names from the Bible. The park was first established in 1909 as Mukuntuweap National Monument, but in 1919 the monument received national park status and was renamed Zion National Park. Zion National Park with its many canyons is home to several different species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish.

Protected within Zion National Park is a spectacular cliff-and-canyon landscape and wilderness full of the unexpected including Kolob Arch - the world's largest arch - with a span that measures 310 feet. Zion National Park is full of beautiful colors, scenery, and wildlife. Wildlife such as mule deer, golden eagles, and mountain lions also inhabit the Park. The sandstone which makes up most of the rock in Zion National Park was formed by the compacting of sand about 150 million years ago. This occurred when cementing properties of compounds such as calcium carbonate compacted the sand, which covered the huge desert of the west.

Dunes were at that time formed into the present day Navajo Sandstone. The next stage of creation occurred starting close to 4 million years ago when streams running of the Colorado Plateau caused the Virgin River to flood. As the river flowed through current area of Zion National Park, it eroded the rock away taking boulders, sand, and pebbles with it. Over time it formed, or rather carved the canyons of Zion National Park that we see today.

Zion National Park Entrance Fee Rates:
$12.00 Single Person Entry into Zion National Park by foot, bicycle, or motorcycle for 7 days.

$25.00 Single Vehicle Entry Valid at Zion National Park for 7 days.

$10.00 Golden Age Passport Lifetime pass, available to U.S. residents 62 years old and over, valid at all Federal fee areas.

$80.00 Golden Eagle Passport Valid at all Federal entrance fee parks or areas for 1 year from month of purchase.

Commercial Tour Vehicle Fees
Commercial tour fees are charged. Operators should contact the park at (435) 772-3256 for specific information on rates. Commercial tour operator’s fee is based on bus capacity and ranges from $35 to $190

There are size restrictions on vehicles traveling through the 1.1-mile (1.7 km) tunnel on the Zion National Park - Mt. Carmel Highway (SR9). The tunnel height at its east entrance is 11 feet 4 inches (3.5 m). A $15 fee may be required for escort service for large vehicles through the narrow tunnel. Parking of large vehicles is regulated in various locations throughout the Park during the summer.

Zion National Park Shuttle System
The Springdale Shuttle stops at six locations in Springdale. The Zion Canyon Shuttle loop stops at eight locations in the park. Riding the shuttle is free. The shuttle runs from March 21 through October.

Where To Park
Avoid parking hassles. Parking is limited inside Zion. One may park in the town of Springdale and ride the town shuttle to the park. Look for the ''Shuttle Parking'' signs throughout town. If you are staying at a lodge or motel, simply leave your car there and ride the town shuttle to the park. The parking lot at the Zion Canyon Visitor Center commonly fills by mid morning. Tune your radio to 1610 AM for additional information.

Take Your Time
Buses run frequently throughout the day, as often as every six minutes. You do not need to rush to catch one. Take your time to plan your visit. Use the exhibits outdoors and the information inside to make the most of your time. Ranger presentations near the main shuttle stop are a great way to learn more about the park before you ride the shuttle. The bookstore has maps and publications that can augment your visit.

Click here for a map of the Zion National Park Shuttle Route!

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P.O. Box 302 • 101 Kokopelli Circle Springdale, UT 84767
(435) 772-9466 • Cell (435) 668-3058