Masking requirements will vary by park based on local conditions, however masks are still required on all forms of enclosed public transportation.
In areas CDC identifies as high COVID-19 community level, masks are required for everyone in all NPS buildings regardless of vaccination status. In most low and medium COVID-19 community level areas, masks are optional, but visitors should follow signs and instructions from park staff and volunteers.
Updated December 2, 2022 COVID-19 Forecast and UpdatesWhat prevention steps should you take based on your COVID-19 Community Level? COVID-19 by County | CDC
The CDC has noted that being physically active is one of the best ways to keep the mind and body healthy. In most areas, people can visit parks, trails, and open spaces as a way to relieve stress, get some fresh air and vitamin D, stay active, and safely connect with members of their household. Research the park you want to visit in advance to ensure an enjoyable and safe experience. Park rangers are on duty to uphold normal rules and regulations and assist visitors as needed.
Visit with Respect - Navajo Nation
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is located in a large area across Arizona and Utah, and shares a border with the Navajo Nation. The park fully supports tribal ordinances issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about the Navajo Nation's Reopening Plan and mask requirements.
Last updated: December 2, 2022