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Drone Regulations for Antelope Island State Park

Posted on: March 16th, 2017

After a review period, the following guidelines have been set for Antelope Island State Park. In order to protect peoples’ privacy and enjoyment, along with the well being of our abundant wildlife, the following guidelines and regulations are in place (these are for Antelope Island State Park only. For other areas, please contact those parks […]

Drone Regulations

Posted on: March 6th, 2016

  Dead Horse Point is a small state park that often experiences high levels of visitation. In order to protect peoples’ privacy and enjoyment, along with the well being of wildlife, drones are prohibited from March through October of each year.  Between November 1st and February 28th/29th of each year, drone use is permitted by permit only. […]

Weddings

Posted on: April 20th, 2018

Weddings & Elopement Ceremonies at Dead Horse Point State Park are permitted via the special use permit process.  Multiple site options for groups of various sizes are potentially available.  Look through the Dead Horse Point Wedding Packet before contacting the park to obtain your permit. Attention Wedding, Elopement, and Engagement Photographers: Take a look at the wedding packet […]

Permits

Posted on: August 13th, 2017

Certain activities at Snow Canyon State Park require permits. If you find the activity you are interested in listed below, click the link for more information. Canyoneering Permits Weddings Professional Photography/Videography Drone Usage *For other events, such as Film Shoots, Sporting Events, Commercial Use (by Guides, Provisioners, and Outfitters), and Workshops, please contact the Park Manager. *

Frequently Asked Questions

Posted on: April 2nd, 2015

Rules and Regulations: Collecting: Everything in the park is protected by law. Removal of any natural or cultural resource is prohibited (R651-620-2). Dogs: Dogs are allowed in most areas of the park, but must be physically controlled on a six foot leash. Pet owners are responsible for picking up and properly disposing of all fecal […]

Current Conditions

Posted on: March 2nd, 2015

Day Use: Open Launch Ramps: Open Campground: Closed Entrance Fees apply year round. Please pay by using the fee envelopes and the iron ranger, or our credit card machine. Both are located in the far right lane as you enter the park. Failure to comply may result in CITATION. Day Use Summer (May-October) $10 per […]

Current Conditions

Posted on: March 2nd, 2015

Day-Use: Open Surface: ICE Launch Ramp: OPEN BUT DOCK HAS BEEN REMOVED Campground: Open. Water Temp: 32 degrees Water Level: 33% full.  Fishing Conditions: The fishing is average right now.   http://wildlife.utah.gov/hotspots/ Ice Thickness: 7-10″ Ice is Never 100% Safe! — Do not judge ice safety on thickness alone. Ice does not form or maintain a uniform thickness. Snow, wind, slush, temperature, […]

FAQs

Posted on: February 15th, 2015

Facilities                                     FAQs                                               Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Can I make a camping reservation?  Yes!  Reservations for camping, day use cabanas, cabins, and pavilions may be […]

Park Fees

Posted on: February 12th, 2015

Purchase your Parks Pass Day Use: $15 per vehicle up to 8 people Senior Day Use:  $10 Seniors 62+ per vehicle up to 8 people. Walk In: $5 per person Annual Pass: $75 available for purchase at the entrance gate. Senior Adventure Pass (Annual):  $35 available for purchase at the gate. Group Day Use (Cotton Tree Cove) Reservation Fee: […]

Park Fees

Posted on: February 12th, 2015

Purchase your Parks Pass Day-use fee: $15 per vehicle with up to 8 people Senior Day use fee: $10 (Seniors 62 and older) per vehicle with up to 8 people. Camping fees: Main campground: $25 per night.  ($20 extra vehicle fee/per night)  Limit 2 vehicles per site. To make a reservation, please call (801)322-3770 or […]