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Overview of Fremont Indian State Park

Fremont Indian State Park, located in Sevier County in Utah, is known for preserving the largest known Fremont culture archaeological site. The park is named after the Fremont people, a group of Native Americans who lived in the area approximately from 400 to 1350 AD. Today, it offers both historical and recreational opportunities to visitors.

Camping Information

Campsites: The park features a campground with several options for camping, including RV sites, tent sites, and a teepee. Campsites are equipped with amenities like picnic tables, fire pits, and nearby restrooms and showers.

Reservations: Campsite reservations can be made up to four months in advance. This can be done online through the Utah State Parks reservation system or by calling the reservation number.

Fees: There are fees associated with camping, which vary depending on the type of campsite and the time of year. Check the latest rates on the official Utah State Parks website.

Campground Amenities:

  • Running water
  • Modern restrooms with showers
  • Dump station for RVs
  • Utility hookups at some sites

Pet Policy: Pets are typically allowed in the campground, but they must be leashed and under control at all times.

Activities and Amenities

Trails: The park has more than a dozen trails for hiking, mountain biking, and ATV riding. These trails allow you to explore the scenic canyons and high desert landscapes.

Visitor Center: The visitor center exhibits a large collection of Fremont artifacts and offers educational programs about the park's history.

Rock Art: The park is also famous for its rock art panels. This ancient rock art, which includes petroglyphs and pictographs, is accessible via short walks or hikes.

Other Amenities:

  • Picnic areas
  • A museum featuring artifacts and exhibits on the Fremont people
  • A gift shop
  • A theater showing a short film about the park's archaeology

Programs: Ranger-led programs, such as guided hikes and educational talks, are often available to visitors.

Safety and Regulations

  • Weather Preparedness: Be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions and dress in layers.
  • Fire Safety: Check for fire restrictions before starting a campfire, as conditions can warrant temporary bans.
  • Wildlife: Store food and scented items properly to avoid attracting wildlife to your campsite.
  • Cultural Preservation: Do not touch the rock art or remove any artifacts; they are protected by law.
  • Quiet Hours: Respect quiet hours in the campground to ensure a pleasant experience for all visitors.


Fremont Indian State Park is committed to providing accessible facilities for all guests. The visitor center, some trails, and select campsites are designed to be accessible to those with mobility challenges. However, it's always recommended to contact the park directly for the latest information on accessibility.

Contact and Reservation Information

For further details, including making a reservation, you can visit the official Utah State Parks website or call the park's main telephone number. Ensure that you have the latest information as policies and fees could have been updated since this information was provided.

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