While open, Zion
National Park has limited service available to the public and the
park is recommending visitors comply with the Governor’s directive
to temporarily discourage unnecessary travel and concentrated
recreational use to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. On March
27, 2020 Utah Governor issued a “Stay Safe Stay Home” Directive
to combat spread of COVID-19. The goals of the directive are to
flatten the curve, reduce potential impacts to local communities,
reduce the strain on hospitals and the healthcare system, and
minimize the impact on medical resources for those with highest need.
The following services are closed at this time:

Canyon Visitor Center

  • Human
    History Museum and the Zion Park Film

  • Kolob
    Canyons Visitor Center

  • All
    Zion Forever stores

  • Zion
    Lodge (through May 21st, 2020)

  • Canyon
    Trail Rides

  • Park
    restroom buildings are closed (portable toilets are available)

  • All
    park campgrounds

  • Angels
    Landing (Chained Section) is closed from Scouts Lookout to the end
    due to Covid-19

  • Lower
    Emerald Pools Trail

  • Observation
    Point (via the Easter Rim Trail)

  • Hidden
    Canyon Trail

  • Weeping
    Rock Trail

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