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Cedar Breaks National Monument
2390 W Hwy 56 Suite #11

Cedar City, Utah  84720

435-586-9451 (during winter season)

435-586-0787 (during summer season)

The campground fee is $14 per night. Senior and Access pass-holders pay $7 per night. All camping is limited to seven consecutive nights.

The Point Supreme Campground has 28 campsites. Ten sites are available for reservations on eight RV/tent sites and two tent only sites. The remaining 18 campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There are no hook-ups available, although a number of sites are appropriate for larger self-contained motor homes. The campground has chopped firewood available with a donation, restrooms with showers, water spigots, picnic tables, and fire pits. Each campsite is restricted to no more than eight people, two tents, and two vehicles. Campground fees are paid at the campground itself. Entrance fees are not included with the campground fees and need to be paid separately at the fee booth.


Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument

Upcoming Events


May 23, 2014: Cedar Breaks National Monument Summer Season Opens



Visitor facilities open and scheduled interpretive activities begin, including Ranger-led hikes, geology programs, special events, and much more! The actual opening date may be dependent on snow levels. Call 435-586-9451, 435-586-0787, or visit our website at to verify opening dates and for more detailed information.




June 6, 2014: Cedar Breaks National Monument Campground Opens

Enjoy spectacular camping at 10,000 feet elevation. Our 25-site campground offers tent and RV camping, restrooms, and showers. Certain sites are "first come, first served" while others may be reserved online at Reservations may be made up to six months in advance with the last date available for reservation being August 31, 2013. Note the opening date for the campground is weather-dependent. Call 435-586-0787 for more details and to confirm opening dates and campfire program information.



Saturday Nights, July 5 - August 30, 2014: Cedar Breaks National Monument Star Parties




To celebrate and share the beauty of our dark night skies, Cedar Breaks will be hosting a series of Star Parties. Star Parties will be held at the Point Supreme Overlook on Saturday nights beginning July 6 through August 31. A constellation tour and telescope viewing through several large telescopes will be facilitated by park staff and astronomy volunteers. Visitors who have their own telescopes are invited to bring them to the Star Party.

The spectacular annual Perseids meteor shower will be highlighted with Star Party activities on August 12. Activities will begin at 9:30 pm in June and July and 9 pm during August. Call 435-586-0787 for more detailed dates and information. NOTE: These events are dependent upon good weather!

Summary of Star Party Dates:

July 5, 12, 19, 22, 26

August 2, 9, 12 (Perseids), 16, 23, 30




July 5 - July 20, 2014: Cedar Breaks National Monument 8th Annual Wildflower Festival


The park's meadows explode with color as a diversity of high country wildflowers burst into full bloom. Wildflower specialists and volunteers will lead daily guided walks during the festival at 10 am and 1 pm. Festival highlights include special activities and workshops on weekends and Zion Canyon Field Institute Classes. Call 435-586-0787 for more detailed information.



August 21-24, 2014: Cedar Breaks National Monument Stories of the Past Festival and Park Anniversary Celebration


This year's events will focus on indigenous cultures, including the Southern Paiutes, and their history and connection to the park and the region. Go on a self-guided walk along the campground trail and view interpretive signs to learn more about this important story. At 12 pm, Sunday, August 25, the park's 81st anniversary will be celebrated with birthday cake and a reading of the proclamation that created Cedar Breaks National Monument. Call 435-586-0787 for more detailed information.



September 27-28, 2014: Cedar Breaks National Monument Fall Nature Festival


The fall season brings bursts of color and energy to the high mountain country. USA Today described Cedar Breaks National Monument and the surrounding area as "one of the top ten places to experience fall colors" in the United States.Special events include activities, workshops, and more. We will also celebrate National Public Lands Day, a fee-free day, on Saturday, September 27, with a volunteer service opportunity. Call 435-586-0787 for more detailed information.


For more information about each event, contact:
Cedar Breaks National Monument
2390 W Hwy 56 Suite #11
Cedar City, Utah 84720
435-586-9451 (during winter season)
435-586-0787 (during summer season)

Did You Know?

Buried in Snow

Cedar Breaks National Monument can get over 15 feet of snow during the winter months. Although most visitor facilities are closed during this time, the Monument is open to travel via cross-country skis, snowshoes and snowmobiles. Volunteers also staff a yurt to warm winter visitors. More...