Zion National Park in March

Planning a vacation to Zion National Park in March? It's a great time to visit and enjoy the park with smaller crowds.  Be prepared for cooler weather.

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Visiting Zion National Park in March

When visiting Zion National Park in March, crowds will be smaller as it’s outside the peak visiting season for this popular Utah National Park.

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Beginning Mid-March, the Zion National Park shuttle will run every day. The first part of March it will only run on weekends.  

Does the Zion Shuttle run in March?

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The temperatures at Zion in March will be warmer. Expect highs in the 60s and lows near 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Plan for rain and be aware of possible flash flooding.

Is March a Good Time to Visit Zion?

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There are four breathtaking Zion National Park Scenic Drives: -Zion Canyon -Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway -Kolob Terrace -Kolob Canyons

Scenic Drives in March 

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Things to do at Zion in March

Zion spring activities include hiking, canyoneering, biking, and photography! There are also tours and workshops. Be prepared for warmer temps, spring rain, and high water levels.

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Watch for Wildlife at Zion in March

Watch for wildlife moving around in spring time Zion. Deer, Elk, and Bighorn Sheep wander the area.

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