Attractions Affected By COVID-19
List of Restrictions by National Parks, Tribal Parks, National Monuments, and Other Attractions.
Hoover Dam and Bridge Walkway Temporarily Closed to All Visitors – Public access is closed until further notice. The closure includes ALL facilities, visitor services, and viewing areas.
- All access roads, parking areas, trails, and viewing areas – closed to vehicle and foot traffic
- Hoover Dam – closed to vehicle and foot traffic
- Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge Walkway – closed
- Visitor Center – closed
- Tours – closed
- Third-party Commercial Tours – closed
- Gift Shops and Café – closed
Grand Canyon National Park
- Commercial vehicle’s maximum capacity is 10 people including a driver or less per Grand Canyon National Park Service. (still remains at 10, 8/28/20)
- Desert View and the East Entrance remain closed due to COVID-19 lock-down on the neighboring Navajo Nation. Must enter and exit the park through the South Entrance. (8/21/2020)
- Limited Shuttle Bus Service resumes September 5, 2020. (8/28/2020)
Yosemite National Park
- Commercial vehicles are restricted to 39ft in length or shorter to access Yosemite National Park
- Credit card/debit card payment only.
- CUA (Commercial Use Authorizations) holders do not require a day-use reservation for park entry.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Vehicle longer than 20ft is restricted from the Bryce Amphitheater during shuttle hours. (Vehicle over 20ft can be parked at the Additional Parking Lot across from the Visitor Center, the Shuttle Station Parking Lot in Bryce Canyon City, or a park campsite)
Death Valley National Park
CUA (Commercial Use Authorizations) holder must have a COVID-19 Addendum attached, signed by park staff.
- Authorized group size is limited to 10 people total including the guide & the driver.
- Visitor Centers and other facilities closed.
- Scotty’s Castle is CLOSED until fall 2021 for renovations.