Fremont Indian State Park

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Fremont Indian State Park


(435) 527-4631

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Fremont Indian State Park was established to preserve Clear Creek Canyon's treasury of rock art and archaeological sites. Visit the museum in the visitor center where a video program introduces you to the Fremont Indians. Twelve interpretive trails, one accessible to wheelchairs, lead you into legend and history depicted through pictographs and petroglyphs. Also enjoy rock art, interpretive trails, fishing, horseback riding. Discover artifacts, petroglyphs, and pictographs left behind by the Fremont Indians. During construction of Interstate 70, the largest known Fremont Indian village was uncovered. This museum preserves treasures from the site, including pottery, baskets, and arrowheads. Spend a day at the museum, and then camp at nearby Castle Rock Campground. The park is 21 miles southwest of Richfield on Interstate 70 (Exit 17) in central Utah. Fishing, hiking, camping and picnicking are available.

Map of Fremont Indian (UT)

Latitude, Longitude: 38.578232, -112.321129



  • Bicycling

    Biking trails nearby.

  • Auto/Motorcycle

    More than a museum, Fremont Indian State Park also offers camping and access to the Paiute ATV Trail.

  • Camping

    There is a fee for camping at Castle Rock Campground

  • Fishing

    Watchable wildlife.

  • Hiking

    Numerous trails lead visitors to hundreds of rock art panels, viewpoints, and geologic wonders located throughout Clear Creek Canyon. Petroglyphs, pictographs, pictoglyphs, columnar jointing, hoodoos, and bubble caves are all easily accessible. Pick up a trail guide at the visitor center, then hike any number of trails, which range from one-quarter mile to five miles in length. Hiking trails are for non-motorized use only.

  • Historic Sites

    A film, artifacts, hands-on activities, rock art tours, and exhibits reveal the lives of these Fremont Indians

  • Picnicking

    Picnic area available.

  • RVing

    RV Trailer Sites - 15



I-15 south to I-70 exit, east on I-70, 17 miles to Exit 17 and follow signs to the park.

Phone Numbers


(435) 527-4631