Cheers to 100 Years
2023 will be one to remember for Bryce Canyon. It marks 100 years since the park was set aside as a protected national treasure. Come celebrate with us!
Park Project Guide
A look at priority projects for Bryce Canyon National Park –
projects funded by people like you, who love the park and all of its magic.
Become a Member
Become a Bryce Canyon Association Member and help us preserve and protect this national treasure for generations to come.
Order a piece of Bryce Canyon memorabilia and enjoy the park all year long. Apparel, mugs, maps, books, collectables, and so much more!
See What's Happening!
Discover what exciting events are taking place in Bryce Canyon. From the Annual Astronomy Festival to the Christmas Bird Count there is always something new to experience.
Support The park
Love Bryce Canyon? Your donations help fund programs and projects that enhance and preserve this national treasure.
Who We Are
Bryce Canyon Association
Since 1961, the Bryce Canyon Association has been assisting and promoting the education, research and interpretive programs of Bryce Canyon National Park. As the official nonprofit partner of Bryce Canyon National Park and Dixie National Forest, we are helping to ensure that these national treasures will be enjoyed now and by future generations.
Welcome To Bryce Canyon
Explore The Canyon
Hiking in Bryce Canyon is one of the best ways to experience this unique national treasure!
Bryce Canyon offers several day-hiking trails. Because many of these are interconnected, our most popular hikes are combinations of two or more of these basic trails.
Bryce Canyon Weather
Help preserve and protect Bryce Canyon National Park’s Utah Prairie Dog.
found within several meadow complexes within the Park.
Utah Prairie Dog Day
Date: May 11, 2023
Piano Guys in Bryce Canyon
Tickets are available now!
An outdoor ceremony commemorating the exact day in 1923 when Bryce Canyon became a National Monument (later named a National Park), followed by an evening concert by The Piano Guys on the canyon rim. Free and open to the public. Tickets required.
A festival that celebrates Bryce Canyon’s world famous night sky (designated as an International Dark Sky Park in 2019), this 4-day event draws thousands of visitors for astronomy-associated clinics and tours – and of course, stargazing.
Bryce Canyon Geology Festival
This very popular festival draws thousands of visitors for 3 days of park ranger-guided hiking tours, and geology-oriented talks, programs, and exhibits. Guided hikes require free tickets and are available same-day at the Visitor Center.
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