Resources For Bryce Canyon National Park

This is where you can find websites, helpful phone numbers, friends groups and cooperating associations, and, sometimes, books related to the park.

Bryce Canyon National Park: www.nps.gov/brca

Park telephone: 435-834-5322

For maps and brochures by mail, please write to:

Information Packet Request

Bryce Canyon National Park
P.O. Box 640201
Bryce Canyon, Utah 84764-0201

Admission to Bryce Canyon National Park is for seven days. No refunds are given due to inclement weather.

Bryce Canyon National Park Vehicle Permit- $25.00
Admits one single, private, non-commercial vehicle and all its passengers. Organized groups are not eligible for the vehicle permit.

Bryce Canyon National Park Individual Permit - $12.00/person
Admits one individual when entering by foot, bicycle, motorcycle, or non-commercial group. Individuals 15 years old and younger are admitted free of charge.

Bryce Canyon National Park Annual Pass - $30.00
Valid for twelve months from the date of purchase, for unlimited visits to Bryce Canyon National Park. It admits the purchaser and any accompanying persons in a single, private, non-commercial vehicle, or the purchaser and accompanying immediate family (spouse, children, parents) when entry is by other means (shuttle, bicycle, and foot). This passport covers entrance fees only and is not refundable and/or transferable.

Friends Organization

The Bryce Canyon Natural History Association is a nonprofit organization created to aid the interpretive, educational and scientific activities of the National Park Service, at Bryce Canyon National Park and the USDA Forest Service on the Dixie National Forest. A portion of the profits from all bookstore sales are donated to these public land units. Since BCNHA's inception in 1961, donations have exceeded $3.5 million.

Helpful Books

Stars Above, Earth Below, A Guide To Astronomy In the National Parks

Add Stars Above, Earth Below, a Guide to Astronomy in the National Parks to your library and you'll not only gain a better appreciation of the dark skies over national parks, but you'll also be better informed on the stars twinkling at you.