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Zion National Park to resume shuttle service

Zion National Park shuttle service will resume on Sunday, March 15.
Zion National Park shuttle service will resume on Sunday, March 15.
Matt Gade, Deseret News

ZION NATIONAL PARK — Shuttle service in Zion National Park and the town of Springdale, Washington County, will resume on Sunday, March 15.

The free shuttle provides an alternative service as parking at Zion Canyon Visitor Center will be limited through May due to construction. Starting March 15, parkgoers can avoid parking delays by parking in Springdale and taking the free shuttle into the park.

Zion Canyon Scenic Drive also is now open to private vehicles.

The shuttle schedule and a map of stops in Springdale and the park are available at nps.gov/zion.

The Springdale shuttle stops at nine locations in Springdale. The Zion Canyon Shuttle stops at nine locations in the park. The transfer between loops is made at the Zion Canyon Visitor Center. Buses are wheelchair-accessible.

During the busy season, the free buses run from early morning to late evening, as often as every seven minutes. Times and intervals change with the seasons. Current schedules are posted at each shuttle stop.

Visitors should bring their Interagency Pass or park entry receipt for re-entry into the park.