Resources For Visiting Zion National Park
This is where you can find websites, helpful phone numbers, friends groups and cooperating associations, and, sometimes, books related to the park.
Zion National Park: www.nps.gov/zion
Private Vehicle: $25. Valid for 7 days. Admits private, non-commercial vehicle (14 passenger capacity or less) and all occupants to Zion National Park including both the Zion Canyon and Kolob Canyon areas.
Motorcycle: $12. Valid for 7 days. Admits one individual on a private, non-commercial motorcycle to Zion National Park including both the Zion Canyon and Kolob Canyon areas. Any passengers pay the per person fee not to exceed the private vehicle fee of $25.
Per Person: $12. Valid for 7 days. Admits one individual with no car to Zion National Park including both the Zion Canyon and Kolob Canyon areas. - typically used for bicyclists, hikers and pedestrians. Youth 15 and under are admitted free.
The Zion National Park Foundation is dedicated to making possible and funding many needed projects throughout Zion National Park, currently including Educational Outreach programs and Resource Management projects.
Sweeping panoramas, fluted slot canyons and fossilized sand dunes are among the subjects that Jon Ortner brings into focus with Canyon Wilderness of the Southwest, an expansive coffee table book.
The 7th edition of The Complete Guide To The National Park Lodges offers updates in the overviews on park lodges along with the insertion of full-color images from lodges and settings 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.