One ticket is required for each vehicle attending the event, reguardless of the number of people in the vehicle.
The National Park Service and State of Utah require the use of face masks for events over 50 people. Please maintain a distance of 6 feet from other people who do not live with you.
This event uses a timed entry reservation system to host the event and meet the CDC, state and local health guidance related to COVID-19. You may enter the event 15 minutes before or after the time indicated on your ticket. Entry is valid only for the date and time indicated on the ticket. The commemorative program will begin 30 minutes after your ticket time.
The park entrance fee will be collected with each ticket issued. Entrance to last spike site and the special event is limited to the time listed on the ticket. The park entrance fee is valid for 7 days from the date of the ticket for entrance to the other areas of the park.
Visitors must be prepared for variable weather conditions. There are limited opportunities for shelter from the weather.
There may be limited services available at the park during the event. Access to the Visitor Center may be limited to meet public health guidelines.
Tickets must be purchased online at Recreation.gov or using the Recreation.gov mobile app. Tickets will not be available at the park.