Fremont Indian State Park and Museum


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 Monday to Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm,  to discover our large collection of Fremont Indian artifacts.

*Would you like to join our amazing Park Family? Fremont is ALWAYS seeking volunteers! Contact the museum at 435-542-4631 to inquire.

**For all park events, day-use fees apply ($10 per vehicle, up to 8 individuals in a vehicle). Park campers are welcome as included in your stay with us. Thank you!

***All dates and events are subject to change.

MAY 24th: Join us for guided hikes with an archaeologist! The hike is ADA accessible, short (0.25 miles), and a perfect addition to your park visit. Hear information that not everyone gets to experience! Times run all throughout the day, from 9am to 2pm, every half hour depending on group sizes. No need to reserve a spot! Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

MAY 25th: Scorpions and Stars, 9pm. Blacklights are provided to check-out. Please arrive early as this one fills up fast! Be prepared for a short program on scorpions, Dark Sky parks, and constellations, afterwards we will all caravan out of the park to see some scorpions. Reservations are not needed.

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