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Coming by Car

If you’re driving, Interstate 15 runs through Greater Zion, and is the jumping off point for all the area has to offer.

Greater Zion’s largest city, St. George, is just 90 minutes north of Las Vegas and four hours south of Salt Lake City. I-15 is a major U.S. highway that runs from Southern California to Canada, linking with I-70 which runs all the way east to Baltimore.

Zion National Park and Snow Canyon State Park are within an hour’s drive.

Coming from Bryce Canyon National Park? Expect an approximate two-hour drive. Lake Powell and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon are approximately three hours away.

Flying to Greater Zion

The St. George Regional Airport (SGU) services the Greater Zion area with direct, daily connections from Salt Lake City on Delta, from Denver and Los Angeles on United, Phoenix and Dallas (coming late September) via America, and Phoenix-Mesa via Allegiant. (See Travel Alerts for airport closure details.)

Or land in Las Vegas (LAS) and take the short 90-minute drive.

Shuttle services, St. George Shuttle and St. George Express, offer service to/from the Las Vegas and Salt Lake City airports to St. George

Airlines Servicing Greater Zion

NameTripAdvisor® Traveler RatingContact

Flights via Phoenix / Mesa

TripAdvisor® Traveler Rating
3.5 8028 reviews
(705) 505-8888

Flights via Phoenix

TripAdvisor® Traveler Rating
3.5 58194 reviews
(800) 433-7330

Flights via Salt Lake City

TripAdvisor® Traveler Rating
4.0 48423 reviews
(800) 221-1212

Flights via Denver or Los Angeles

TripAdvisor® Traveler Rating
3.0 41807 reviews
(800) 864-8331

Expect a $5 per day fee when parking at SGU Airport. Contact the airport office at (435) 627-4080, ext. 3 for more information.

For rental car and taxi services, as well as additional in-destination transportation options, see Getting Around Greater Zion.