Utah National Parks in June

June is peak season so the roads, hiking trails and parking lots typically fill to capacity at all 5 Utah National Parks.

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Some of the National Parks in Utah now have permits to enter or do certain activities, so be sure to check about reservations required in June.

Permits and Reservations in June

Arches National Park in June

If you plan to visit Arches National Park in June you’ll need a timed entry permit to get into the park before 6am or after 5pm.

Be sure to enter the park early or later in the afternoon to avoid the rush getting in the park when visiting in June.

Canyonlands in June

In June the shuttles are running, but you can drive your car to the various Bryce Canyon views and photo spots along the scenic drive.

Bryce Canyon in June

Be sure to stop at the Gifford House to get homemade treats like pie and ice cream!

Capitol Reef in June

The shuttle runs every day at Zion National Park in June – it’s the only way to access Zion Canyon. 

Zion National Park in June

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