Zion National Park Public Transportation, Buses, Transit

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Public Transportation

Because Zion is a sparsely populated area, tours and shuttles provide a great way to get around and explore the area while learning about the history and geology of the National Park.

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Zion National Park Shuttle

Due to high visitor volume in the summer, Zion implements a shuttle system to control traffic in the park. There are eight stops in total, starting at the southern park border, heading up the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, and ending at the Temple of Sinawava. 

Just outside the park boundary, Springdale has a similar shuttle for getting people into the park. The first stop is the Majestic View, then passing seven convenient stops before arriving at the transfer to the park buses.

Both Zion and Springdale buses are free and run regularly, as often as seven minute intervals during peak time. They are fully accessible as well. The buses run from April to October.

More information on the Zion Shuttle Bus.

St. George Shuttle Service

With over 60 stops connected by four routes, getting around St. George is a breeze. Bus stops are marked by a distinct rectangular sign, and bus drivers will help you figure out the correct stop for your destination.

St. George, Utah shuttles are fully accessible and leave every 40 minutes from the transit center. Single ride fares are $1.00, while a day pass is $2.50.

More information on St. George Shuttle Bus.

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