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


Events and activities are being planned for the summer of 2021. Continue to check here or on our park’s Facebook page for more information.


*Friday, July 9, 2021: Dark Sky Event and Stargazing

Fremont Indian State Park is an official International Dark Sky Park with some of the darkest night skies in North America!

Join us on Friday, July 9th at 9:00 PM for our Dark Sky Event and Stargazing! Find out why dark skies are important, and learn what the park is doing to preserve the exceptional starry views found here. Meet at the FISP Visitor Center parking lot for a dark sky program followed by stargazing with telescopes. Feel free to bring your own binoculars or a camera for astrophotography.

Day use fee of $10 per vehicle applies. Call the visitor center for more information, (435) 527-4631. 

July 24, 2021: Pioneer day In The Park

Join us form 10am-2pm in the centennial Day use are by the Historical cabin for a day of fun. We will be offering games, food demonstrations (including samples), Homemade butter, gold pan prospecting, and more such as build your own boat to race down Clear creek. Bring your family, friends and a lunch. All activities are included in the park day use fee.

(More dates coming soon)