A photo of Tofu the dog visiting Zion National Park in Springdale. Credit: @tofuthehuskymal


Leashed dogs are allowed in certain areas of Zion National Park. Dogs are allowed on the Pa'rus Trail, on public roads and parking areas, in developed campgrounds, picnic areas, and on the grounds of Zion Lodge. All other trails, wilderness areas, shuttle buses, and public buildings are closed to pets. Properly-restrained pets may be left unattended in developed campgrounds only when environmental conditions are safe for the animal, and the animal is quiet. Dog owners must clean up after their pets and dispose of waste in trash receptacles. Zion National Park is open all day, year-round. Entrance fees vary.


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Zion National Park has received a rating of 3.0 out of 5 bones by 1 canine critic on BringFido.

  • More than a year ago
    Epic Road trip

    Park is nice but very little parking. You can park outside the park in town but it was $20. Our dog had limited access so this was not one of our favorite stops along our road trip route. Also since dogs are not allowed on shuttle you cannot visit one whole section of the park only accessed by shuttle. I understand the reason for the shuttle but I feel they should allow dogs.

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