Use Springdale as your home base to explore Zion National Park. Find the picturesque town at the park’s southwestern entrance. Springdale has less than a thousand permanent residents, but welcomes millions of visitors annually.
Explore Springdale on foot or by bike. It’s truly a one-street town, with everything clustered along the Zion-Mount Carmel Highway. Browse for hiking gear or book a guide for your visit to Zion National Park. Shop and dine in town. Despite its small size, Springdale has over three dozen restaurants.
Glimpse the iconic red rocks of Zion National Park around the bend. Hop on the complimentary shuttle, which stops in Springdale, and explore the park’s famous sandstone cliffs, emerald pools and tumbling waterfalls.
Discover some of the biggest attractions in Zion National Park just outside Springdale. Visit Watchman Peak around sunset, when it appears to glow as the sun sets behind it. Make a rugged hike through the backcountry around Mount Kinesava. Photograph Bridge Mountain, a unique rock formation that arches out like a graceful bridge.
Splash in the Virgin River. The 162-mile (261-kilometer) river skirts around town and through Zion National Park. Rent an inner tube in town and spend a few lazy hours floating in its current.
Relax in front of the big screen at Zion Canyon. Catch the showing of Zion: Treasure of the Gods, a documentary about the history and splendor of Zion National Park, which is shown daily on the theater’s massive screen. See a play that will entertain the whole family at Springdale Utah Theater, located in the Bumbleberry Inn.
Walk in the footsteps of early settlers in Grafton, a ghost town about 20 minutes west of Springdale. The remarkably preserved picture-perfect town has been featured in several films, such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Whether you stay overnight, stop for a meal or just pass through, don’t miss Springdale. It is known as a gateway to Zion National Park, but it has plenty to see and do in its own right.
Hiking, Nature and Natural Parks
Get information on the various park activities, view exhibits on the park’s geology and purchase souvenirs at this informative visitor center.
Embark on this trail to travel back in time to the Triassic period, with a vista of the colored rocks of the Zion Canyon.
Discover an oasis in the heart of Zion National Park, where three small pools and waterfalls sparkle in the desert.
Commune with nature and explore the great outdoors at The Narrows during your travels in Springdale. Stroll along the riverfront or discover the area's mountain views.
Take the Zion Canyon Shuttle to the last stop and explore the breathtaking scenery at the northern end of the canyon.
Marvel at the stories of people who lived in seemingly barren lands and created a lasting impact in this northern Utah national park.
TWO BREATHTAKING NATIONAL PARKS IN ONE TOUR! YOU'LL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN! Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon on a day trip from Las Vegas. Enjoy complimentary hotel pick up, smoothie and fruit salad as breakfast and a boxed lunch.
Learn why artists and photographers have flocked to Zion National Park for the last hundred years during a tour of this national gem. Leave the glittering lights of Las Vegas in your rearview mirror and discover a desert paradise during a full-day trip that includes lunch and a mellow hike to Emerald Pools.
Take a break from the city and escape to nature's sanctuary, Zion. When initially discovered by Mormon settlers in the 1800's, they saw the landscape as paradise on Earth. With an eclectic landscape and ecosystem, Zion showcases everything from sandstone cliffs, tall mesas, gorgeous waterfalls, and sweeping plains.
Spend a full day with us at Zion National Park, Utah's oldest of the five national parks and closest to Las Vegas. Only a 2.5-hour drive from Las Vegas, you will drive through The Mojave Desert and Moapa River Indian Reservation.
Cover a wide range of sights in just 3 days, letting Mother Nature's beauty surround you. Visit national parks landmarks that include Zion, Bryce, Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, and the Grand Canyon, spending the night in a 3-star hotel accommodation.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: 1 Zion Park Blvd, Zion National Park, UT 84767-9402 Experience the beauty of Zion National Park from above. Atop one of the highest peaks in East Zion the incredible view carries on for miles all around.
Discovering the beauty of Zion vista by vista
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Planning a scenery-to-sizzle sejour between Zion National Park and Vegas