Springdale is a natural wonder.

Springdale is located in southern Utah, just outside of the boundaries of one of our national wonders – Zion National Park. Springdale grants you access to everything outdoor sports-related. Southern Utah’s mild climate lets you stay active all year long. Either individually or in a group, you can easily hike, climb, and bike your way through some of nature’s spectacular sights. Focus solely on hiking or learn how to rock climb and mountain bike. Marvel at the wonders of both national and state parks within a short drive. Spend downtime between activities at one of the local art galleries.

Zion National Park

Activate your competitive drive

Springdale is paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Activities in Springdale cater to outdoor sports athletes and families alike. Start your day biking or running on the path through town. Attack an exhilarating rock climb and rappel in Zion. Mountain bike on Gooseberry Mesa. Fly with the birds on a thrilling helicopter tour. Springdale will satisfy the thrill-seeker in everyone. Bring your family to cool off and tube the Virgin River. Hike the Canyon Overlook Trail for outstanding views of Zion landmarks. Culture abounds in Springdale with art galleries and a photography tour.

Bryce Canyon

Springdale is park central

Springdale makes a great base camp for your southern Utah vacation. Springdale attractions include several National Parks, Monuments, and Forests located a short drive away. Zion National Park is closest with massive sandstone cliffs and unique array of wildlife. Bryce Canyon has the largest collection of hoodoos in the world. Visit Sand Hollow State Park where you can boat, fish, and ride the dunes of Sand Mountain. Families will be enthralled with the Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum, an all-natural habitat exhibiting wildlife from Africa, South America, Asia, and North America.

Sand Hollow State Park

Surprisingly mild climate

Travelers assume that Utah’s winters are harsh and snow-filled. Springdale climate will surprise and delight you. Spring has warm, sunny days with wildflowers blooming from April through June. Summer days heat up, but the nights cool down and afternoon storms often bring waterfalls. Autumn days are clear and mild with vibrant color changes beginning in September and peaking in late October. Winter is mild with only light snow in Zion Canyon – the average annual snowfall is only five inches. You will experience heavier snow at higher elevations, but clear days can reach 60 degrees.

Pine Valley Mountains

Amazing colorful mountains and spectacular vistas

Springdale allows travelers to experience incredible views. Springdale sits on the outskirts of Zion National Park and caters to travelers to Zion and other nearby National Parks, Monuments, and Forests. The town has a small footprint, measuring only 4.6 square miles in area. Springdale rests in the shadows of the red, white, and pink striped cliffs that symbolize southern Utah, between the Pine Valley Mountains to the west and Kolob Terrace to the northeast. Discover Springdale nature and delight in the mountains, canyons, and abundant wildlife which surrounds Springdale.

Kolob Terrace