Zion National Park Sights

Zion Canyon's grandeur is best experienced on foot whenever possible, but there is something to be said for covering a lot of ground on wheels. Take the shuttle whenever possible. Driving is the only way to easily access Kolob Canyon, for example, and from November through March, driving your own vehicle is the only way to access the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive.

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The Grotto

  • Restaurant–Sight

Get your food to go at the Zion Lodge, take a short walk to this lunch retreat, and dine beneath a shady oak. The amenities include drinking...

The Narrows

  • Geological Site

This sinuous 16-mile crack in the earth where the Virgin River flows over gravel and boulders is one of the world's most stunning gorges.

Weeping Rock

  • Geological Site

Surface water from the rim of Echo Canyon spends several thousand years seeping down through the porous sandstone before exiting at this...

Zion Canyon Field Institute

  • Educational Institution

The Zion Natural History Association's educational arm conducts workshops about the park's natural and cultural history. Topics include...

Zion Canyon Scenic Drive

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

Vividly colored cliffs tower 2,000 feet above the road that meanders north from Springdale along the floor of Zion Canyon. As you roll...

Zion Canyon Visitor Center

  • Information Center

Most of the information here is presented in an appealing outdoor exhibit next to a gurgling stream shaded by cottonwood trees. These...

Zion Human History Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This quaint museum tells the park's story from the perspective of its human inhabitants, among them Ancestral Puebloans and early Mormon...

Zion Lodge

  • Hotel–Sight

Architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood, responsible for many noteworthy national park lodges, designed the original Zion Lodge, which opened...

Zion Nature Center

  • Restaurant–Sight

On your way to or from the Junior Ranger Program you can feed your kids at the center's picnic area. When the center is closed, use the...

Zion–Mount Carmel Highway and Tunnels

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

Two narrow tunnels as old as the park itself lie between the east entrance and Zion Canyon on this breathtaking 24-mile (round-trip)...