Vermilion Cliffs Highway National Park

Park Description

Embarking from the spectacular Virgin River Gorge, south of St. George, Utah, you can follow 277 miles of paved highways winding through small rural communities to the Navajo Indian Reservation on the east. Scenic overlooks and historic and prehistoric sites along the highways convey various aspects of exploration and survival in this remote region.The Vermilion Cliffs Highways traverse some of the most vast and picturesque landscapes in the West. In many cases, the highways follow historic transportation routes used for centuries by different cultures from American Indian tribes, Spanish explorers and pioneers to modern travelers.

Park Address

Arizona Strip Field Office 345 E. Riverside Dr.

Saint George, UT, 84790

Vermilion Cliffs Highway National Park Activites

AUTO TOURING

HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE

CAMPING

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

VISITOR CENTER