FREE ADMISSION to UTAH STATE PARKS to Anyone with a National Parks Pass

Good news!  According to the Kane County Office of Tourism, Governor Herbert has just authorized free admission to Utah state parks for anyone with a national parks pass, during the shutdown.

Additionally, this news on Zion National Park:

“The Washington County Commissioners are talking to the authorities about opening Zion NP restrooms, facilities, and pull outs.  [Utah officials] hope to have Zions completely ‘open’ by tomorrow and for weekend visitation; of course passenger cars can travel hwy 9 now (no busses or oversize vehicles).”

And for Lake Powell:

“The State is still trying to find a way to open Lake Powell, but there are issues with Quagga Mussel inspection.”

See Arrowhead’s compiled list of area state parks and attractions at or call us at 435-648-2569.

For more info from the Kane County Office of Tourism, go to or call 435-644-5033.

 Happy Trails,

Jane and Jim

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