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Last updated 3/28/2023 2:35PM

Bureau of Land Management

BLM Canyon County District, Monticello Field Office
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 435-587-1510
Camping: Dispersed camping and campground are OPEN.
Advanced reservations are required for backpacking and visiting Moonhouse, and are available on For more information please contact the Monticello Field Office: 435-587-1510
Special Use Permitting:

Cedar Mesa permits are OPEN.


US Forest Service Manti-La Sal Monticello District

Dispersed camping is allowed
Devil's Canyon, Nizhoni, Buckboard, and Dalton Springs Campgrounds are OPEN.


Navajo Tribal Parks

Monument Valley Tribal Park- OPEN

Four Corners Monument- OPEN                  

Four Corners Monument: 
October 1st- March 1st: 8:00am- 4:45pm
Open 7 days a week.


National Parks & Monuments

Canyonlands NP OPEN- Roads, trails, campgrounds, and restrooms are open. Needles Visitor Center is closed for the season Nov-March.  Island in the Sky Visitor Center is open Thurs-Mon 9am-4pm. 

Natural Bridges NM OPEN- Roads, trails, and restrooms are open.  As weather and staffing allow, rangers provide visitor assistance outside the visitor center 9 am–noon and 2–4 pm, Thursday through Monday. 

Hovenweep NM OPEN Roads, trails, and restrooms are open. As weather and staffing allow, rangers provide visitor assistance outside the visitor center 9 am–noon and 2–4 pm, Thursday through Monday. 


For the most timely information, please monitor Canyonlands National Park website or Facebook page, Arches National Park website or Facebook page, Hovenweep National Monument website or Facebook page, and Natural Bridges National Monument website or Facebook page regarding any future modification of operations.


Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (NRA)

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area OPEN

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is open with continued access to the majority of the 1.25 million acres that comprise the park. Many opportunities remain available to enjoy the park, including hiking opportunities, shoreline fishing, beach access, human powered water recreation, and recreation on the Colorado River corridor.


Utah State Parks

Please refer to this State Park map for reference:  

Edge of the Cedars State Park - OPEN

Goosenecks State Park - OPEN

Dead Horse State Park - OPEN

Visitor & Information Centers

Monticello Visitor Center is OPEN

Blanding Visitor Center is OPEN

Canyon Country Discovery Center is OPEN

Bluff Fort is OPEN

Bears Ears Education Center is OPEN




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:


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