A mile from the south entrance gate, you'll find the visitor center, which is usually open daily from late May through mid-October, from 9am to 6pm (closed the rest of the year). The visitor center has exhibits on the geology, flora, and fauna of Cedar Breaks. You can purchase books and maps here, and rangers can help you plan your visit. For advance information, contact Cedar Breaks National Monument, 2390 W. Utah 56, Ste. 11, Cedar City, UT 84720 (tel. 435/586-9451, administrative office, or 435/586-0787, monument office, open in summer only; www.nps.gov/cebr).


Admission for up to 1 week, charged from late May through mid-October, is $4 per person for all those 16 and older, free for under 16. Admission is free the rest of the year. Camping costs $14 per night.


Ranger Programs

During the monument's short summer season, rangers offer campfire talks at the Point Supreme campground several nights a week, daily talks on geology and other subjects, and several guided hikes. There are also special programs on the monument's wildflowers, and, in recent years, stargazing programs have become especially popular. All ranger programs are free. A complete schedule is posted at the visitor center and the campground.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.