Utah State Parks Blog

COVID-19 UPDATES

This page will be updated as more information evolves and becomes available. Consult the table at the bottom of this page for info on specific parks.


#ResponsibleRecreation

The Utah Division of Parks and Recreation takes the health and safety of our visitors and employees seriously.

Employees have been asked to clean high-traffic areas or highly-used materials regularly, as well as to not report to work should there be concerns about their health status.

We encourage everyone visiting state parks practice #ResponsibleRecreation. This means: separating yourself and honoring the social distance of others, avoiding crowded trailheads and areas; and keeping parks and facilities clean.

We advise park visitors to always use their best judgment when determining the safety of themselves and their families. Guests are encouraged to practice healthy hygiene and avoid visiting parks if they feel ill or are having symptoms.

Please help keep our parks and park facilities clean and tidy by cleaning up after yourself in the restroom and informing our staff of any deficiencies you may encounter.

Utah State Parks is following the guidance and recommendations of our health partners. This includes social distancing and limiting the size of groups — as well as “Clean-Avoid-Cover” guidelines. Visit coronavirus.utah.gov for up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Utah.

Consult the table below for status on individual park closures or partial closures.


Updated: 05/09/2020; 11:38 a.m.

COVID Map 5/1/2020
Click to enlarge map | Map updated: 5/1/2020

All areas managed by the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation are open to all visitors. Consult the table for more information and always check with local public health officials if you have questions.

Park Open: Parks open to all visitors. Local orders and directives can be found here.
Visitor Center Closed: Park remains open, but the Visitor Center is closed.
Campground Closed: Park remains open, but camping (including cabins, yurts, etc.) is closed.
Park Closed: The park and all its facilities are closed to the public.


Click a park to learn more about their designation and operating hours.

 Park NamePark Open Visitor
Center
Closed
Campground
Closed
Park
Closed
Anasazi State Park Museum
Garfield County
Antelope Island State Park
Davis County
Bear Lake State Park
Rich County
Camp Floyd State Park Museum
Utah County
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
Kane County
Dead Horse Point State Park
Grand & San Juan Counties
Deer Creek State Park
Wasatch County
East Canyon State Park
Morgan County
Echo State Park
Summit County
Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum
San Juan County
Escalante Petrified Forest State Park
Garfield County
Flight Park State Recreation Area
Utah County
Fred Hayes State Park at Starvation
Duchesne County
Fremont Indian State Park and Museum
Sevier County
Frontier Homestead State Park
Museum
Iron County
Goblin Valley State Park
Emery County

(Reduced Visitor Center Hours)
Goosenecks State Park
San Juan County
Great Salt Lake State Park
Salt Lake County
Green River State Park and Golf Course
Emery County
Gunlock State Park
Washington County
Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park
Summit County
Huntington State Park
Emery County
Hyrum Lake State Park
Cache County
Jordanelle State Park
Wasatch County
Jordan River OHV State Park
Davis & Salt Lake Counties
Kodachrome Basin State Park
Garfield & Kane Counties
Millsite State Park
Emery County
Otter Creek State Park
Piute County
Palisade State Park
Sanpete County
Piute State Park
Piute County
Quail Creek State Park
Washington County
Red Fleet State Park
Uintah County
Rockport State Park
Summit County
Sand Hollow State Park
Washington County
Scofield State Park
Carbon & Utah Counties
Snow Canyon State Park
Washington County
Steinaker State Park
Uintah County
Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum
Millard County
Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum
Uintah County
Utah Lake State Park
Utah County
Wasatch Mountain State Park
Wasatch County
Willard Bay State Park
Box Elder &
Weber Counties
Yuba State Park
Juab & Sanpete Counties

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