Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument

In A Nutshell

Directions

Directions

Visitors traveling south on I-15, exit at Parowan, then take Utah Highway 143 east, to Cedar Breaks National Monument. Visitors traveling north on I-15, exit at Cedar City, then take Utah Highway 14 east for 18 miles, then Utah Highway 148 north for 4 miles, until you reach Cedar Breaks National Monument. Visitors traveling north or south on U.S. Highway 89, can take either Utah Highway 143 from Panguitch to Cedar Breaks National Monument, or Utah Highway 14 west, to Utah Highway 148 north, to Cedar Breaks National Monument. 

Operating Hours & Seasons

From early June to mid-October, the visitor center is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.. All visitor facilities are CLOSED from mid-October through late May. The Cedar Breaks Scenic Drive remains open to vehicular traffic until snow and heavy drifting occur, normally anywhere from late October to early December. Please call 435-586-9451 to check the status of the road before traveling to Cedar Breaks during this time. Winter recreational activities begin once there is sufficient snow depth for cross-country ski, snowshoe, and snowmobile trails.

Entrance Fees

  • During the winter season (mid-October to late-May) no fees will be collected.

  • Entrance Fees

    Cedar Breaks Individual Fee
    $4 Per Person (Valid for 7 Days)
    This fee is for all visitors, age 16 or older, entering the park with a private, non-commercial vehicle. Children age 15 and under are free, and entrance fees are not charged to holders of a valid Interagency America the Beautiful Pass, Senior Passes, Access Passes, Cedar Breaks Annual Passes, National Parks Passes, Golden Eagle Passports, Golden Age Passports, or Golden Access Passports.

    Commercial Tours Fee (Large Bus, 26+ seats)
    $100 (Valid for 1 Day)
    This entrance fee applies to commercial tour buses.
    NOTE: Group size is determined on vehicle seating capacity, not the number of passengers.

    Commercial Tours Fee (Small Bus, 16-25 seats)
    $40 (Valid for 1 Day)
    This entrance fee applies to smaller commercial tour buses. NOTE: Group size is determined on vehicle seating capacity, not the number of passengers.

    Commercial Tours Fee (Passenger Van, 7-15 seats)
    $40 (Valid for 1 Day)
    This entrance fee applies to commercial tours traveling in vans and is a per vehicle fee.
    NOTE: Group size is determined on vehicle seating capacity, not the number of passengers.

    Commercial Tours Fee (Passenger Vehicle, 1-6 seats)
    $25 + $4 per person (Valid for 1 Day)
    This entrance fee applies to small commercial tours entering the park with a small sedan.
    NOTE: Group size is determined on vehicle seating capacity, not the number of passengers.

Cedar Breaks Annual Pass

New this year, is our own annual pass. The Cedar Breaks Annual Pass allows free entrance into Cedar Breaks National Monument. The pass admits the pass owner, and three adults (children 15 and under are free regardless).

The cost of the Cedar Breaks Annual Pass is $20.00  and is good for an entire year until the last day of the month of purchase. It can be purchased at the Fee Booth or Visitor Center at Cedar Breaks National Monument.

NOTE: This pass will not get you into any other National Parks or Federal lands, it is only valid at Cedar Breaks National Monument.

Camping Fees

  • During the winter season (mid-October to late-May) no fees will be collected.

  • Camping Fees

    Point Supreme Campground
    $14 per night (7 night limit)
    The Point Supreme Campground has 28 campsites. Due to heavy winter snows, the campground is normally open from mid-June through the end of September. Before planning your trip to Cedar Breaks, please check the current status of the campground. Campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be reserved ahead of your visit. There are no hook-ups available, although a number of sites are appropriate for larger self-contained motor homes. The campground has running water and flush toilets. NOTE: Each campsite is restricted to no more than 8 people, 2 tents, and 2 vehicles.

Senior Pass

The Senior pass also provides a 50% discount on federal use fees charged for facilities and services such as camping, swimming, parking, boat launching, and specialized interpretive services. In some cases where use fees are charged, only the pass owner will be given the 50% price reduction. The Passport is nontransferable and does NOT cover or reduce special recreation permit fees or fees charged by concessionaires.

The cost of the Senior Pass is $10.00. It is available only to citizens or permanent residents of the United States who are 62 years of age or older. You must show proof of age and residency, such as a state driver's license, birth certificate, or similar document.

Both the Senior Pass and New Access Pass can only be obtained in person at a federal area (National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Corps of Engineers, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Forest Service).

Interagency America the Beautiful Pass

The Interagency America the Beautiful pass is the new pass replacing the old National Park pass. Instead of getting only into National Parks across the United States, this new pass is valid at National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Corps of Engineers, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Forest Service sites with admission fees. The Interagency pass admits the pass owner and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle* if a park has a per vehicle entrance fee. Where a per person entrance fee is charged, the Interagency Pass admits the pass owner, and three adults.

The cost of the Interagency Pass is $80.00 and is good for an entire year until the last day of the month of purchase.

The Interagency pass
is obtainable at a federal area (National Park, Wildlife Refuge, Forest, etc.) where an entrance fee is charged. For more information, visit the national website concerning the pass at http://store.usgs.gov/pass

Access Pass

The New Access Passport admits the pass owner and accompanying passengers in a private vehicle*. At parks that charge individual fees, the pass admits the pass owner, and three adults.

The New Access Pass also provides a 50% discount on federal use fees charged for facilities and services such as camping, swimming, parking, boat launching, and specialized interpretive services. In some cases where use fees are charged, only the pass owner will be given the 50% price reduction. The Passport is nontransferable and does NOT cover or reduce special recreation permit fees or fees charged by concessionaires.

Both the Senior Pass and New Access Pass can only be obtained in person at a federal area (National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Corps of Engineers, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Forest Service).

Golden Eagle Passport

Golden Eagle Pass
For an additional $15, a Golden Eagle sticker may be purchased and affixed to a National Parks Pass to cover entrance fees at not only national parks, but also at sites managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Forest Service, and the Bureau of Land Management. The Golden Eagle stickers are available at National Park Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Land Management fee stations. The Golden Eagle admits the pass owner and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle* if a park has a per vehicle entrance fee. Where a per person entrance fee is charged, the Golden Eagle admits the pass owner, spouse, children and parents. The Golden Eagle is nontransferable and does NOT cover or reduce use fees such as charges for camping, parking, tours, and concessions. It is valid for entrance fees only. The Golden Eagle hologram is valid until the expiration of the National Parks Pass to which it is affixed.

National Park Passport

National Parks Pass
The National Parks Pass is an annual pass that provides admission to any national park charging an entrance fee. The pass is valid for one full year from first use in a park. More than 80% of the proceeds from the sales of National Parks Passes go directly into supporting priority projects in national parks. The National Parks Pass admits the pass owner and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle* if a park has a per vehicle entrance fee. Where a per person entrance fee is charged, the National Parks Pass admits the pass owner, spouse, children and parents. The National Parks Pass is nontransferable and does NOT cover or reduce use fees such as charges for camping, parking, tours, and concessions. The National Park Pass is no longer available for sale. It is being replaced by the NEW! Interagency America the Beautiful Pass. Click here to view more about the Interagency Pass.

Golden Access Passport

Golden Access Pass

The Golden Access Passport is a free, lifetime admission pass issued to U.S. citizens or persons who permanently reside (are domiciled) in the United States, regardless of age, and who have a medical determination and documentation of blindness or permanent disability. The pass is valid at National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Corps of Engineers, Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and Tennessee Valley Authority sites with admission fees.

The Golden Access Passport admits the pass owner and accompanying passengers in a private vehicle*. At parks that charge individual fees, the pass admits the pass owner, spouse, parents, and children. At parks that charge individual fees, the pass admits the pass owner, spouse, parents, and children. The pass also entitles other persons accompanying the owner, such as a care assistant.

The Golden Access Passport also provides a 50% discount on federal use fees charged for facilities and services such as camping, swimming, parking, boat launching, and specialized interpretive services. In some cases where use fees are charged, only the pass owner will be given the 50% price reduction. The Passport is nontransferable and does NOT cover or reduce special recreation permit fees or fees charged by concessionaires.

Golden Access Passports are no longer available, but a similar pass has replaced it. The new Access pass may be obtained only in person and upon proof of eligibility.

Contact Us

Cedar Breaks National Monument
2390 W. HWY 56, Suite 11
Cedar City, UT 84720
(435)586-9451 Phone
(435)586-3813 Fax Superintendent
Paul Roelandt

Chief Ranger
Danica Bloom

Administrative Technician
Paula Reese