Type: WALK TO
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Maximum of 6 occupants per site including children over 24 months.
Fires are permitted in the furnished grates at each site. Fires should never be left unattended until completely extinguished with plenty of water and cool to the touch.
Shower and laundry facilities are not available in any of Zion’s campgrounds. These services are available in the town of Springdale for a fee.
Properly restrained pets are allowed in developed campgrounds, picnic areas, on the grounds of the Zion Lodge, and along public roads and parking areas within 100 feet of the road surface. Pets are allowed on the Pa’rus trail but may not be taken on any other trails in Zion National Park. Service animals are not subject to the park’s pet policies and are allowed everywhere that visitors are allowed when accompanying an individual with a disability.
Pet excrement must be picked up and properly disposed of by the owner in all areas within Zion.
Shade is a relative term. If a site is listed as having shade, please note that the level of coverage may vary by time of day and season.
The "Hike in Distance" assigned to each site is measured in feet.
This is a Walk To - TENT ONLY SITE. The F loop in Watchman Campground is closed to all recreational vehicles. No sleeping in vehicles is allowed.
There is only one designated parking stall for each campsite. Additional vehicles will need to park in overflow parking areas.
Food storage boxes are provided at each F loop campsite. All food and trash must be secured in the box provided or inside your vehicle.
Hammocks may not be suspended from shade structures present on F loop sites. Hammocks are only permitted within the established footprint of a campsite to prevent resource damage. Trees with a minimum diameter of 10 inches should be used and adequate padding must be between the straps and bark to prevent injury to the tree.
This site does not have its own fire ring. There is a communal fire ring in the F loop available for use.
Generator use is not permitted at any time in Watchman Campground.
Feeding wildlife is strictly prohibited.
Wood gathering is prohibited in the park. Wood is available for purchase in Springdale.
Bathing and washing of clothing or dishes at public faucets or in restrooms are prohibited. These activities should be performed at your campsite. Food particles should be strained from dishwater before disposing of in drains. Gray water produced by activities such as showering, bathing, cleaning, rinsing, etc. of any person or object with soap or other cleaning products must be collected and disposed of either at the campground dump station or in drains located near water spigots outside each restroom.
Campers are responsible for understanding current fire restrictions. Please check with a ranger or camp host if you need additional information.
Fireworks are prohibited in Zion National Park.
Attaching or suspending items from trees which may cause tree or limb damage is prohibited, as is attaching any item to trees or vegetation with nails, wire or chains.
Installation of sports equipment such as horseshoe pits and stakes, volleyball nets, etc. Is prohibited.