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The park is open year-round. Gates close at dark. Seasonal hours may apply. Day Use 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. daily Visitor Center/Park Store 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. daily Holiday Hours Thanksgiving: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Christmas Eve: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Official site for Fort Verde State Historic Park, an Arizona State Park.
Official site for Jerome State Historic Park, an Arizona State Park.
Monday – Thursday: All year & Friday – Sunday: Labor Day through 1st weekend of May 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Last entry at 4:30 p.m. Visitor Center 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Holiday Hours Thanksgiving: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Christmas Eve: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Mansion Summer Hours (May 1 – Oct 31) 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. daily Tours begin on the hour 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Winter Hours (Nov 1 – Apr 30) 10:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Thursday – Monday Closed Tuesday and Wednesday Tours begin on the hour 11:00 a.m.
Please review the Park Rules before visiting. Last entry one hour prior to closing, swim area closes 1/2-hour prior to closing. Tuesday after Labor Day – November 30 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. December 1 – January 31 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. February 1 – May 22 8:00 a.m.
An ideal hub for scenic Colorado day trips. Enjoy fishing, watersports, hiking and nature programs. Many ADA-approved facilities, plenty of wildlife watching and 66 campsites. ADA Restroom Facilities, ADA-compliant, Campsites, Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec.
A beautiful 198-acre lake with swim-beach, picnic sites and fantastic fishing and boating. ADA-compliant, Grills, Maps & Brochures Available, Parking on site, Picnic Area, Restrooms, Swim Beach Hours of Operation: 6am to 10pm, daily. No camping or pets are allowed.
Oasis in the desert. Ideal basecamp for year-round outdoor activities. Water sports and fishing, grassy, shaded campground and picnic areas, world-class biking trails, hiking, wildlife viewing, important birding area, group picnic & camping area, winter sports, hunting.
The park has 5 sections. The Fruita section has 57 campsites, Island Acres section has 80 campsites, and the 3 other sections are great for day-use getaways. The park is part of an extensive regional trail system.
Just off the beautiful San Juan Skyway, this park is one of Southwest Colorado’s hot spots for fishing, boating, and camping. Features 32 campsites, 2 yurts and a 225-acre lake. Open year round there are activities for every season.
Located in beautiful southwest Colorado on the New Mexico state line, Navajo State Park is one of 41 State parks in Colorado. ADA Restroom Facilities, ADA-compliant, Amphitheater, Boat Dock, Bus Parking, Campsites, Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec.
Spend the day at a mountain reservoir in view of the majestic Ragged Mountains. Great scenery, water skiing, wildflowers and 13 non-electric campsites. Campsites, Fire Pit, Pets on Leash Allowed Birding, Boating, Camping, Canoeing/Rafting/Kayaking, Fishing
Just north of Ouray, this park has magnificent scenery, water sports and wildlife. Features 280 campsites, 3 yurts, boating, fishing and hiking. ADA Restroom Facilities, ADA-compliant, Boat Dock, Bus Parking, Campsites, Dump Station, Elec.
Home of Colorado’s only 80-foot triple waterfall. Explore through small limestone caves. RV and tent camping, wonderful trails. The perfect wedding setting. ADA-compliant, Amphitheater, Grills, Handicapped Parking, Maps & Brochures Available, Parking on site, Pets on Leash Allowed, Restrooms Hours of Operation: 6am to 10pm daily. Camping is allowed overnight in designated sites.
Day-use park with great picnic sites surrounding a beautiful 137-acre lake. Swimming, boating, jet skiing and wildlife viewing. Grills, Pets on Leash Allowed, Picnic Area, Restrooms, Swim Beach Birding, Boating, Canoeing/Rafting/Kayaking, Fishing, Jet Skiing Allowed, Swimming, Waterskiing Cash, Personal Checks, Travelers Checks
Inspiring vistas, aspen glades and a high-mountain lake provide a relaxing retreat. Stay in a cabin, a yurt or at one of 46 campsites. Summer and winter activities abound. The lake is stocked, and you can rent a kayak or canoe. Perfect for a long stay or a day.
Enjoy year-round wildlife watching and a variety of activities on the 900-acre reservoir. You’ll be surrounded by montane meadows and high mountains. 5 cabins and 113 campsites available. ADA-compliant, Boat Dock, Campsites, Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec.
Camping: There are two developed campgrounds offering individual campsites, each containing a fire pit, picnic table and parking suitable for one vehicle and a small trailer. Camping is first-come, first-served; sites may not be reserved. Drinking water is available from April through November and vault toilets are available year-round.
The beauty of Cathedral Gorge began with explosive volcanic activity millions of years ago. Nestled in a narrow valley where time and water have carved striking patterns in soft clay, the park offers stunning views of rocks from above, below and within.
NOTE: Cave Lake State Parks’s e-mail address has changed. If you wish to reserve the Group Camping, Group Day Use, or the Yurt for the Summer of 2019, email all requests starting January 2, 2019 at midnight. Please include your full name, phone number, and exact arrival and departure dates and times.
Boating, fishing and swimming are easily enjoyed at Echo Canyon, which features a 65-acre reservoir. With abundant wildlife, a wide variety of native plants and unique rock formations, the park also provides a perfect place to camp, hike and explore.
Visit the Elgin Schoolhouse and step back in time. Grades one through eight were taught in this historic one-room schoolhouse from 1922 through 1967. The site features many of the school’s original items, as well as the teacher’s small living quarters.
In a lush canyon where natural springs feed wild grapevines, white oaks and roses, Kershaw-Ryan is an oasis in the desert. The park features a greenbelt with fruit trees and a children’s wading pool and hikers can enjoy trails through the canyon and valley.
Camping: Horsethief Gulch Campground, the main campground, is located just west of Eagle Valley Reservoir. It has 37 campsites, each with table, grill and shade ramada, as well as three restrooms, two with showers. Water is also available. Ranch Campground is located two miles north of the main campground.
Camping: There are two campgrounds with a combined total of 72 units. Campsites are equipped with shaded tables, grills, water and restrooms. A dump station and showers are available. All campsites are first-come, first-served. A camping limit of 14 days in a 30-day period is enforced.
Built in the 1870s, the park’s ovens are some of the best preserved kilns in the United States. Created to support mining, they later sheltered travelers and had a reputation as a hideout for stagecoach bandits. Visitors to the ovens can also enjoy camping and fishing.
This serene lake, located 25 miles west of Grants, is set in a pinon-juniper landscape with views towards the Zuni Mountains. The park offers camping, hiking, birding, horseback riding and fishing. And not just any fishing – you’ll find some of the best tiger muskie fishing at Bluewater Lake!
Located in New Mexico’s northern mountains, El Vado Lake State Park offers fishing, boating, camping, hiking, winter cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. A 5.5-mile scenic trail along the Rio Chama connects El Vado with nearby Heron Lake. Quiet coves around the lake are great places to catch trout and kokanee salmon.
The Jemez Mountains provide the backdrop for this stunning year-round retreat surrounded by beautiful ponderosa pine forests. Fenton Lake State Park is a mellow mountain escape. The Rio Cebolla flows through the park and there is a fishing and canoeing lake too. The park also attracts campers, hikers and cross-country skiers.
A picturesque lake set among the tall pines of northern New Mexico, Heron Lake State Park has been designated a “quiet lake” where boats operate at no-wake speeds only, making it an excellent location for all types of paddle craft. Heron also has amazing sailing, cross-country skiing, and hiking.
Navajo Lake is the second largest lake in the state, with multiple campgrounds, two marinas, and two boat docks. Navajo is a haven for boaters of every stripe – motorized boaters, canoers, kayakers, water skiers and sailors. The San Juan River is a world-class fly fishing destination and features a campground, day use areas and a serene trail along the river.
Anasazi State Park Museum
NOTICE: Park open. Visit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information. Buy your single day-use pass Online Here **Visitor Center and Sandboard/Sled Rentals will be closed on Christmas day (12/25/2020). Visitor Center hours will resume on 12/26/2020 at 9:00 am.** Venture onto a shifting sea of red sand.
The gift shop is also NOTICE: The park is open and customers are required to wear a mask while shopping. open. We recommend making camping and yurt reservations prior to arriving at the park. Visit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information.
NOTICE: Park open. Visit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information. Buy your single day-use pass Online Here View the largest collection of Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) pottery on display in the Four Corners Region and explore an authentic Puebloan village behind the museum.
NOTICE: Park open. Visit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information. Buy your single day-use pass Online Here Discover the pioneer and early industrial history of Cedar City, Iron County, and southwest Utah through an extensive horse-drawn wagon collection, historic buildings, Native Heritage exhibit, sawmill and replica blast furnace.
Goblin Valley State Park
NOTICE: Park open. Visit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information. Buy your single day-use pass Online Here On the edge of a deep canyon above the sinuous river meander known as a gooseneck, this small park affords impressive views of one of the most striking examples of an entrenched river meander on the North American continent.
Park Hours: 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM Daily. Boat Ramp: May thru Labor Day the ramp is open every day 7 am – 8 pm. Sep-Oct the ramp hours go to 8 AM to 6 PM. Nov-Dec the boat ramp will be open Friday Saturday and Sunday 8 AM to 6 PM.
NOTICE: Park open. Visit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information. Buy your single day-use pass Online Here Shakespeare Arch collapsed in April of last year. The trail is still open but there is now just a pile of rubble where the arch used to be.
NOTICE: Check Quail Creek State Park social media platforms for up to date information. Look under current conditions for social media links. NOTICE: Park open. Visit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information. Buy your single day-use pass online here!
NOTICE: Check Sand Hollow State Park social media platforms for up to date information. Look under current conditions for social media links Buy your single day-use pass online here! ATTENTION: As of 4/27/2020 we will NOT allow any Primitive Campers. Please use other resources like hotels and vacation rentals.
NOTICE: Park open. Visit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information. Buy your single day-use pass online here! Explore the trails and dunes of beautiful Snow Canyon on foot, bike, and horseback. Camp in the peaceful campground surrounded by ancient lava flows and red Navajo sandstone.