Edge of the Cedars State Park, Utah

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Edge of the Cedars State Park


Located in Blanding, Utah, Edge of the Cedars State Park encompasses sixteen acres of historical treasures and is home to some of southeastern Utah's most valuable prehistoric Indian artifacts.

  • Explore the ruins of a prehistoric indian village in Edge of the Cedars.
  • The entrance fee is $5/adults, $3/kids, free/kids under 6.
  • View a collection of artifacts from all over southeastern Utah.
  • Allow time to picnic and visit the museum.
  • Edge of the Cedars is located in Blanding, Utah.

Overview

Anasazi Pottery, Navajo and Ute artifacts, and a Pre-Columbian Pueblo Indian village are just a few of the areas awaiting visitors at Edge of the Cedars. Enjoy the beauty of the landscape while picnicking, visit the museum, or walk around exploring the ancestral indian village, but remember to allow plenty of time to satisfy your curiosity during the day as there is no overnight camping permitted in the park.

Location & Information

Located at 660 West 400 North Blanding, Utah, Edge of the Cedars State Park is open all year round with an entrance fee of $5/adult, $3/children 6-12, and free/children under six.

While no camping is permitted in the park, visitors have access to picnic areas, potable water, and modern restrooms.

The visitor's center is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Monday-Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday through September.

For more information, or to schedule a guided tour with museum staff, call 435-678-2238 for more information.

Edge of the Cedars Museum

As the Archeological repository for many of Southeast Utah's most precious artifacts, Edge of the Cedar's Museum provides a unique opportunity to learn about native cultures from across the region. Anasazi, Navajo, and Utah Indian pottery, tools, and art are on display, exhibits change twice a year, and presentations are given in the museum's auditorium.

Ancestral Pueblo Village

Explore pre-Columbian architecture, when you visit the ruins and remains of a once flourishing Pueblo village-located next to the museum.


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