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PARK FULLY OPEN

Face Masks or Coverings Required in Certain Areas Social Distancing Required
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COVID-19 STATUS: KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

PARK FULLY OPEN

If you believe this information is incorrect or needs updating, please let us know here.
So what does "Park Fully Open" mean?

According to the U.S. National Park Service, Bryce Canyon National Park is currently fully open. This means all operations are back to normal. This can mean there are still restrictions on social distancing, travel and/or masks. Visit the source link below for more detailed information regarding this park's status.

What we know:

The below source link has more information about the status of the park. The National Park Service requires everyone at this park, regardless of vaccination status, to continue to wear masks indoors and in crowded outdoor spaces, such as narrow/busy trails, overlooks, visitor center patios, & other congested areas.

Face Masks or Coverings Required in Certain Areas

Bryce Canyon National Park is currently requiring masks or face coverings in certain or all areas. Depending on your vaccination status, if you are not fully vaccinated (meaning two weeks after your final vaccination), and according to CDC guidelines, which currently depends on the COVID-19 transmissibility rate in the community in and around the park. Most parks requiring masks indoors have put an alert out (found below in the Alerts section). Please refer to the U.S. National Park Service, the state of Utah and the local community for more detailed information.

Social Distancing Required

Bryce Canyon National Park is currently requiring everyone to social distance, 6 feet or more, from others. This usually means outside of your immediate group. Some parks may also have size restrictions on gatherings to help assist in social distancing. Please refer to the U.S. National Park Service, the state of Utah and the local community for more detailed information.

Last Updated: September 1, 2021
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Bryce Canyon National Park Overview

Hoodoos (irregular columns of rock) exist on every continent, but here is the largest concentration found anywhere on Earth. Situated along a high plateau at the top of the Grand Staircase, the park's high elevations include numerous life communities, fantastic dark skies, and geological wonders that defy description.

Entrance Fees

Access Pass - $0
Lifetime admission and discount pass for US citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities.
Annual Pass for US Military - $0
Annual pass covering entrance and standard amenity fees for all active US military personnel and their dependents, valid for 12 months from date of issuance. (For active duty military personnel and dependents with proper identification (CAC Card or DD For
Annual 4th Grade Pass - $0
Annual pass covering entrance fees for 4th grade students for the school year.
Per Person - Valid for 7 days - $20
Admits one individual with no car to Bryce Canyon National Park. Typically used for bicyclists, hikers and pedestrians. Youth 15 and under are admitted free. Includes unlimited use of the Shuttle during its operating season.
Senior Annual Pass - $20
Annual pass covering entrance and standard amenity fees for national parks and other federal fee areas for US citizens or permanent residents who are age 62 or older. Valid for 12 months from date of purchase.
Motorcycle - Valid for 7 days - $30
Admits one non-commercial motorcycle to Bryce Canyon National Park. Includes unlimited use of the Shuttle during its operating season.
Road-based Commercial Tour (vehicle up to six seats) - $30
Vehicle fee of $30 plus a per-person fee of $20 for those 16 years of age and older, not-to-exceed $50.
Private Vehicle - Valid for 7 days - $35
Admits private, non-commercial vehicle (15 passenger capacity or less) and all occupants to Bryce Canyon National Park. Includes unlimited use of the Shuttle during its operating season.
Digital Entrance Pass - $35
Buy your pass in advance! Visit www.Recreation.gov and search for Bryce Canyon National Park Site Pass
Bryce Canyon Annual Pass - $40
Valid for twelve months from the date of purchase, for unlimited visits to Bryce Canyon National Park. It admits the purchaser and any accompanying persons in a single, private, non-commercial vehicle, or the purchaser and accompanying immediate family (spouse, children, parents) when entry is by other means (shuttle, bicycle, and foot). This pass covers entrance fees only and is not refundable and/or transferable.
Road-based Commercial Tour (vehicle 7-15 seats, regardless of occupancy) - $50
Flat fee.
Road-based Commercial Tour (vehicle 16-25 seats, regardless of occupancy) - $60
Flat fee.
America the Beautiful—National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass - $80
Annual pass covering entrance and standard amenity fees for national parks and other federal fee areas, valid for 12 months from date of purchase. This replaces the National Parks Pass and Golden Eagle Pass.
Senior Lifetime Pass - $80
Lifetime pass covering entrance and standard amenity fees for national parks and other federal fee areas for US citizens or permanent residents who are age 62 or older.
Road-based Commercial Tour (vehicle 26 or more seats, regardless of occupancy) - $150
Flat fee.