Zion National Park To Begin Shuttle Bus Operations And Resume Collecting Entrance Fees
SPRINGDALE, Utah – Zion National Park officials announced Thursday the resumption of shuttle service on July 1. The park will also resume collecting entrance fees. Federal America The Beautiful passes, such as the Annual Pass and Senior Pass, will be honored, according to a press release.
Shuttle service was suspended in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“To protect public health, all buses have been modified to meet COVID-19 guidelines. The modified buses carry a smaller number of passengers per trip, and Zion is working with Recreation.gov to provide tickets for the shuttle to reduce lines, crowding, and congestion, while providing visitors with more certainty about access to the Scenic Drive,” the press release read.
Starting June 30, shuttle tickets will be available only on Recreation.gov. A $1 non-refundable fee per ticket will be charged for all passengers over 2 years of age. Visit Recreation.gov online, through the mobile app, or by calling (877) 444 – 6777.
The park website, www.nps.gov/zion, has information about the shuttle operation and alternate recreational activities.
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