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Bryce Canyon National Park, one of Utah’s most visited sites, is still accessible to travelers despite the government shutdown. The State Tourism Office, the Bryce Canyon Natural History Association and Garfield County have provided funding, though services are limited.

If you are planning to visit the area, please note contingency plans are in the works to keep the visitor’s center open and some services available. In addition, the park’s restrooms and public areas are clean and trash free.

Information about the park and shutdown updates is here.

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