National Parks and Public Lands
All national parks are open, but some services and activities are limited. Consult the current conditions and alerts page for each park before planning your travel.
In addition, please note:
- Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park and Four Corners are closed until further notice, along with all Navajo Tribal Parks facilities.
- Facemasks are required in all national parks and monuments per the National Park Service's COVID-19 mask requirement. The requirement includes wearing a mask in all NPS buildings and facilities, including visitor centers and bathrooms and on NPS-managed lands when physical distancing cannot be maintained, such as waiting in lines, narrow trails and scenic overlooks.
- Please visit individual park websites for details on operation statuses.
- Parks are experiencing heavy visitation, please familarize yourself with Leave No Trace principles and the responsible travel ethos we call Forever Mighty.
Utah State Parks
State parks are open to all visitors. Masks are required inside all state park visitor centers and facilities. Masks must also be worn at state parks wherever a 6-foot social distance cannot be maintained. See the latest information.
Several cities currently fall within high and moderate risk levels of transmission, but the Transmission Index guidelines permit operation of most businesses with a range of health and safety measures to protect business owners and patrons. Scroll down to learn about practices and requirements for dining, bars, live performances and more public spaces. Consult this resource for the latest local directives and orders governing each county and this PDF for full definitions and descriptions.