Fremont Indian State Park and Museum

Events

Experience the numerous points of interest within our park.  Explore the canyon we are located in to find Fremont Indian petroglyphs, pictographs, and pictoglyphs. Take a ride on an ATV through our park to connect to the longest ATV trail in the world. Descend into a reconstructed pithouse to imagine the lives of the Fremont Indians 1000 years ago.  Come into our museum during open hours, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm,  to discover our large collection of Fremont Indian artifacts.



*For all park events, day use fees apply ($10 per vehicle, up to 7 individuals in a vehicle). Park campers are welcome as included in your stay with us. Thank you

**All dates and events subject to change.

MAY IS UTAH’S ARCHAEOLOGY MONTH!!!

May 7th – Guided Hike with an Archaeologist, 10 am & 2 pm. Meet at the front entry of the museum and join our archaeologist as she takes you on a lesser-known hike with new insights and great rock art!

May 11th – Stars & Scorpions, 8:30 pm, Museum Parking Lot. Have you ever seen the Milky Way from a Dark Sky Park? That is only one thing you may see during our Scorpions & Stars program where we pair the celestial (Scorpio) with the terrestrial (scorpions)! Join us at the northeast corner of the parking lot at the museum to kick off the program. Enjoy using black lights to find some scorpions and learn some interesting facts about them. Telescopes are set up in order to enjoy some more of what the night sky has to offer!

May 14th – Behind the Scenes with a Curator, 10 am & 2 pm, Museum Gallery. Join the park’s archaeologist and curator as she shows some amazing artifacts in our collection that are not on exhibit. She’ll provide you with the amazing history of each item!

May 21st – Archaeology Dig Day, 10 am – 2 pm, Museum. We’ve all seen and wanted to experience those Indiana Jones adventures! Now is your chance to learn how archaeologists dig for clues and examine our rich history.

May 27th – Scorpions & Stars, 8:30 pm, Museum Parking Lot. During our Scorpions & Stars program we pair the celestial (Scorpio) with the terrestrial (scorpions)! Join us at the northeast corner of the parking lot at the museum to kick off the program. Enjoy using black lights to find some scorpions and learn some interesting facts about them. Telescopes are set up in order to enjoy some more of what the night sky has to offer! If you don’t want to join in on the scorpion search folks are welcome to stay at the parking lot to use the telescopes for the night.

May 28th – Movie in the Park, 6 pm, Centennial Park & Cabin area. It’s Memorial Day Weekend! So bring the family out and enjoy some snacks while you watch a movie on our big screen. Bring camping chairs or blankets to get comfy and settle in! Movies will be announced on our FB page the week of.

June 11th – FREE FISHING DAY for the STATE OF UTAH! Our park offers up some great fishing opportunities! Clear Creek runs all the way through the park with plenty of trout for the taking!

June 18th – Indigenous Skills Day, 10 am – 2 pm, Museum Parking Lot/Gallery. Come and enjoy some Indigenous demonstrations including bread-making (even get to try some with honey butter!), flute playing, and flint knapping!

June 30th – Scorpions & Stars, 8:30 pm, Museum Parking Lot.

July 9th – Movie in the Park, 6 pm, Centennial Park and Cabin area.

July 16th – Picnic in the Park, 9 am – 1 pm, Centennial Park and Cabin area. Come and enjoy some Pioneer demonstrations! Learn how to pan for gold, dutch oven cook, and play some pioneer games!

July 30th – Scorpions & Stars, 8:30 pm, Museum Parking Lot.

Aug. 6th – Movie in the Park, 6 pm, Centennial Park and Cabin area.

Aug. 13th – Old Hwy 4 Car Show at Fremont, 10 am – 5 pm, Museum. This is an exciting new event for us here at Fremont! Come and enjoy seeing some amazing cars from years past, maybe some race trucks or crawlers! All ages are welcome. We’ll be offering up food trucks, swag, and live music!

Events and activities are being planned for the remainder of 2022. Continue to check here or on our park’s Facebook and Instagram pages for more information.