Zion National Park camping, hiking and backpacking are available to park guests. Other outdoor adventures include biking along Zion Canyon Scenic Drive and rafting along the Virgin River. Guests in search of more leisurely activities can partake in Zion park ranger-led events, join a guided horseback tour or watch for one of the 285 bird species recorded in the park. Park guests can stop by the Zion Canyon Visitor Center to pick up a Zion National Park Map.
Zion Park is open 24 hours a day, year round. However, some attractions may be closed during inclement weather or colder seasons. A weekly admission pass is $25 per vehicle or $12 for individuals. Zion National Park camping is available at three developed, frontcountry sites for a fee and reservations are required. Guests looking for more luxurious accommodations within the park can stay at Zion Lodge. While there is no additional booking fee, it’s recommended that reservations are made should you wish to stay at the lodge's cabins.