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Last updated 4/6/20 1:49PM

Utah's Canyon Country recognizes that travelers may be concerned about COVID-19 and how it may affect them. We are here to support travelers during this time either with your short term and/or long term travel arrangements. To speak directly with a staff member please contact us at 800-574-4386.

Please be advised that Utah's public health agencies are closely monitoring the rapidly evolving situation around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Right now our focus is on the health and safety of our communities, visitors and friends in Utah and around the world that are managing this issue. 

3/28/20 Guide to COVID-19 Travel Restrictions Currently In Effect in San Juan County


San Juan County and San Juan Public Health are encouraging vistors and residents to heed the following recommendation, "We ask all visitors, potential visitors, and county residents to please stay home. Avoid all unnecessary travel, right now. Avoid all leisure traveling, right now. Let's all wait this out together. We encourage you to come visit us when this is over."

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Please note, per statewide mandate all restaurants and bars have been restricted to dine-out only.



Bureau of Land Management

  • BLM Canyon County District, Monticello Field Office is implementing a soft closure. Please visit their website for updates.
  • The General office number for the Monticello Field Office is 435-587-1500, the San Juan River information line is 435-587-1544,  Cedar Mesa Information line is 435-1510

Navajo Tribal Parks

Monument Valley & Four Corners are currenly CLOSED.

Please note with these closures Goulding's will remain OPEN and fully operational. Goulding's will continue to offer tours in the surrounding areas such as Tear Drop Arch, lodging, restaurant, grocery store, convenience store, museum, and theatre.

National Parks & Monuments

Canyonlands National Park is CLOSED, effective 3/28/20 until further notice.

Hovenweep & Natural Bridges National Monuments are CLOSED, effective 4/1/20 until further notice.

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area CLOSED

Utah State Parks

(CLOSED to non-residents of the county that the state park is located in.)

  • Edge of the Cedars State Park- As of 3/27/20, available ONLY to the residents of the county that the state park is in. (San Juan)

  • Goosenecks State Park- As of 3/27/20, available ONLY to the residents of the county that the state park is in. (San Juan)

  • Dead Horse State Park- As of 3/27/20, available ONLY to the residents of the county/counties that the state park is in. (Grand & San Juan)

Bluff has voted to temporarily close all motels, hotels, Airbnbs, VRBOs, campgrounds, and RV parks. All Bluff restaurants have voluntarily closed, and the only business that remains open to the public is K & C gas station/convenience store.

Visitor & Information Centers

Monticello Visitor Center is CLOSED until further notice

Blanding Visitor Center is CLOSED until further notice

Canyon Country Discovery Center is CLOSED through April

Bluff Fort is CLOSED until further notice

Bears Ears Education Center is CLOSED, they are accepting phone call



Here are resources for surrounding communities and their offerings:

Here are some great itineraries to follow while in the region:


If you are a business or travel trade partner of Utah's Canyon Country - San Juan County, please refer to this page for up to date information: