Cedar Breaks National Monument

At first glance, Cedar Breaks National Monument takes your breath away. Brilliant red rock cliffs drop 2,000 feet from the rim, creating an enormous natural amphitheater filled with otherworldly rock spires called hoodoos. This bizarre, alien landscape seems to appear out of nowhere, creating a dramatic gash in the tree-covered hills. Come for a weekend getaway, or make Cedar Breaks your cool, breezy home base for exploring Southern Utah — within a two-hour drive, you can visit Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City, and the spectacular Snow Canyon State Park. Come year-round to experience the fall colors, spring wildflowers, summer hiking, and winter skiing and snowboarding.

Where to Stay

RV Parks & Campgrounds Near Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument sits in a rugged and beautiful part of southern Utah. RV camping is a wonderful way to appreciate the beauty of the evergreen trees and red rock cliffs any time of year. If you're not an RV owner, an RV rental is a convenient alternative. Simply pick your ideal model with the help of RVshare and enjoy a relaxing, luxurious vacation.

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Things to Do

Things To Do Near Cedar Breaks National Monument

Hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing are some of the best ways to see the beauty of Cedar Breaks National Monument. In the summer, join a ranger-led program to discover the remarkable geology of the area; in the fall, break out your camera to capture the brilliant changing leaves. After dark, take time to look up — thanks to its remote location, Cedar Breaks offers mind-boggling views of the stars.

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How To Get To Cedar Breaks National Monument

If you're coming to Cedar Breaks National Monument in an RV, the easiest approach is via I-15. Head south from Salt Lake City or north from Las Vegas and drive to the town of Parowan. From there, turn west on UT-143 and head into the mountains. This route reduces your time on steep mountain roads.

Address

4730 South Highway 148, Brian Head, UT 84719

Fee: Entry Fee (Per Adult) $15 Entry fee is $15 for individuals 16 years and older.

Fee: Entry Fee (Per Youth) There is no entry fee for individuals 15 years and younger.

With its red rock hoodoos and remarkable landscape, Cedar Breaks National Monument is a beautiful place to camp for a weekend or longer. Whether you're interested in photography, hiking, or snow sports, or you simply want to enjoy the views and the scent of the ponderosa pines, Cedar Breaks has something for everyone. An RV is the ideal way to experience the monument any time of year.