PIPE SPRING NATIONAL MONUMENT EVENTS EARTHFEST
Summer Events

Pipe Spring Summer Events

Ranger-led Tours and Talks

Throughout the summer Pipe Spring offers a variety of daily programs. Ranger led tours of the historic fort are offered every 30 minutes. Demonstrations and talks on the cultural and natural history of Pipe Spring and the Arizona Strip are offered every morning.
Call (928-643-7105) or visit our website for the daily program schedule– www.nps.gov/pisp.

Special Programs:

Keep an eye out for special programs – such as evening programs on bats, hikes into Mu-uputs Canyon on the Kaibab Indian Reservation, and children’s nature hikes.

Regular entrance fees apply for all day or evening program at Pipe Spring National Monument - $5.00 per person16 years and older.
Interagency Annual, Senior, and Access passes are accepted and sold at Pipe Spring.

Pipe Spring National Monument is 15 miles west of Fredonia, Arizona on AZ highway 389 – or 45 miles east of Hurricane, Utah on UT highway 59 and AZ highway 389.
For more information, please call Andrea Bornemeier at 928-643-7105, or visit our website at www.nps.gov/pisp