Fremont Indian State Park & Museum

 

Description

Fremont Indian State Park was established to preserve Clear Creek Canyon's treasury of rock art and archaeological sites. Visit the museum in the visitor center where a video program introduces you to the Fremont Indians. Twelve interpretive trails, one accessible to wheelchairs, lead you into legend and history depicted through pictographs and petroglyphs. Also enjoy rock art, interpretive trails, fishing.

The park is 21 miles southwest of Richfield on Interstate 70 in central Utah. Fishing, hiking, camping and picnicking are available.

Park Information
  •   Acres - 889
  •   Elevation - 5,900 ft.
  •   Park Open - All Year
  •   Reservations Accepted - 4/1-10/31
  •   Stay Limit - 14 Days
  •   Total Units - 31
  •   RV Trailer Sites - 15
  •   Maximum RV Length - 30 ft.
  •   Tent Sites
  •   Camping Fee- $11
  •   Day-use Fee - $5
  •   Visitor Center/Museum
  •   Picnicking
  •   Drinking Water
  •   Modern Rest Rooms
  •   Vault Toilets
  •   Hiking Trails Nearby
  •   Biking Trails Nearby
  •   Off-Highway Vehicles Trails Nearby
  •   Watchable Wildlife
  •   Concession Service

 

Camping Reservations

Reservations may be made by calling Utah State Parks and Recreation, 322-3770 in the Salt Lake City calling area or toll-free 1-800-322-3770, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

  

  

Fremont Indian State Park & Museum
3820 West Clear Creek Canyon Road
Sevier, Utah 84766
(435) 527-4631

For more information visit the Utah State Parks website