Last updated: 5/27/2011
Sevier, Utah
Street Address
3820 W. Clear Creek Canyon Rd.
Sevier, UT 84766
Mailing Address
3820 W. Clear Creek Canyon Rd.
Sevier, UT 84766
Hours
Memorial to Labor Day weekends 9:00-6:00 daily; other 9:00-5:00 daily; closed major holidays; closed Sundays in winter.
Admissions
$3.00 per person; or $6.00 per vehicle up to 8 people
Museum Type(s)
Services
Gift Shop
Group Tours
Staff
Kari Carlisle, Curator
phone: 435-527-4631
Bob Hanover, Park Manager
phone: 435-527-4631
Description

Fremont Indian State Park is the site of an ancient Fremont Indian village. We have several trails, many of which feature numerous panels of rock art. Our award-winning museum features artifacts from the Fremont culture, and the Sagebrush Art Gallery offers a variety of art styles from local and Native American artists. Camping, hiking, and fishing are just a few of the activities you can enjoy at the park. You can also ride on the Paiute ATV trail, shop in our gift shop, and enjoy scenic Clear Creek Canyon.

Mission

The primary purpose of Fremont Indian State Park and Museum is the preservation and interpretation of Fremont Indian culture through the cultural resources of Clear Creek Canyon. We also manage recreational activities such as motorized and non-motorized trails, campgrounds, day-use areas, etc.

History

Governance

Utah State Parks

Library

Access: General Public

Appointment required: Yes

ADA

Wheelchair Accessible

Services

Gift Shop

Group Tours

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