Springdale, Utah

North Fork of the Virgin River

 

Springdale is located on the North Fork of the Virgin River of extreme southwestern Utah. It is the southern gateway to Zion National Park and in close proximity to numerous parks, monuments and recreation areas of the western Colorado Plateau.

Population / Elevation

300 / 3,912 feet above sea level

Weather / Climate

Springdale, Utah - Monthly Climate Normals
   Year  Jan  Feb  Mar  Apr  May  Jun  Jul  Aug  Sep  Oct  Nov  Dec
 High °F
78.0
53.5
60.3
68.1
77.1
86.2
95.9
102.0
99.8
93.2
80.5
64.8
54.3
 Low °F
45.9
27.1
31.7
37.5
44.2
52.4
60.3
67.8
66.4
57.1
45.0
33.2
27.4
 Avg. °F 62.0 40.3 44.0 52.8 61.0 69.3 78.1 84.9 83.1 75.2 62.8 49.0 40.9
 Rain
8.14
1.10
1.00
1.00
0.48
0.40
0.20
0.56
0.68
0.59
0.62
0.70
0.82

 

History

Springdale was founded by Mormon Pioneers in the 1850s. Because of its location at the south end of Zion National Park, the town offers a number of accommodations and shops for park visitors. Today it is primarily a tourist center.


Things To Do

Activities

Events

  • Cinemax movies year round.
  • Concerts and multimedia events Memorial thru Labor Day (O.C. Tanner Amphitheater)

 

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Camping


Resources & Nearby Attractions

Resources


Cities & Towns

  • St. George, Utah: 40 miles southwest.
  • Mt. Carmel, Utah: 25 miles east.
  • Kanab, Utah: 43 miles east.
  • Page, Arizona: 117 miles east.
  • Fredonia, Arizona: 50 miles east.
  • Jacob Lake, Arizona: 80 miles southeast,

Parks & Monuments

Wilderness & Recreation Areas

Historic & Points of Interest

  • Zion Canyon Cinemax Theater: "Treasure of the Gods," film on 6-story-high by 82-feet-wide screen and digital surround sound explores Zion National Park and the Utah canyon lands. 435-772-2400.
  • O. C. Tanner Amphitheater: Concerts and The Grand Circle: A National Park Odyssey," a multimedia production, is performed just outside Zion National Park. 435-652-7994.

 

 

 
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