Parking in Springdale – Parking Policies in Springdale, Utah for Visitors to Zion National Park in 2018
Visitors to Zion National Park will see some big changes to parking in Springdale this year.
Springdale has implemented on-street parking policies. In areas where parking is still permitted, you will find new parking kiosks. The cost to park in these zones is $1 for the first hour with each subsequent hour being an additional $3.50. The maximum daily rate is $22.
As you can see on the parking map, there is little on-street parking remaining. Most hotels in Springdale have free parking for their guests. It is highly recommended that you leave your vehicle at your hotel and take the town shuttle to Zion National Park.
For those who are not staying at a hotel or other lodging option in Springdale, there are additional paid parking lots available in town. Do not park in the parking lots of any businesses that you are not an active customer of as many business owners will be forced to have any vehicles not belonging to their customers or guests towed at the owner’s expense.
Parking policies will be enforced 7 days a week between the hours of 6am and 6pm. The town will issue citations to anyone who is parked in no parking zones, or to those who have not paid to park in parking zones (citations range from $60 to $125).
Payments for parking can be made at the parking meter kiosks with a credit or debit card. You will need to enter your license plate information in the kiosk (the town of Springdale recommends that visitors download the ‘Whoosh‘ app for easier payments).
Please note that a parking pass is not an entrance pass to Zion, nor is an entrance pass to Zion a parking pass. These will need to be purchased separately.
Springdale, Utah on-street parking prices:
- 1st hour = $1
- 2+ hours = $3.50/hour
- Maximum daily rate = $22
Parking map can be viewed here: https://www.springdaletown.com/DocumentCenter/View/863
(Above image: Parking meter kiosk in Springdale, Utah – April 2018)