Edge of The Cedars State Park Museum is the site of a
pre-Columbian Puebloan Indian ruin and a modern museum,
which is the regional archaeological repository for southeast
Utah. Remains of the Ancestral Pueblo Indian Village with
its unique architectural structures is a testament to
the Indian civilization that once flourished in southeastern
Utah. Edge of the Cedars museum houses an excellent collection
of Anasazi pottery and other exceptional ancient Indian
artifacts. Additional exhibits display cultural materials
and information about Navajo and Utah Indians. Edge of
the Cedars State Park hosts a variety of educational and
cultural activities year-round. Edge of the Cedars State
Park is located in Blanding. A picnic area is available,
but there is no camping. Special events and art exhibits
are available throughout the year.
Acres - 16
Elevation - 6,200 ft.
Park Open - All Year
- Fees - call 800-322-3770
Visitor Center/Museum - Hours Vary
Modern Rest Rooms
For updated information regarding facilities for the physically
challenged, contact the park.
Permits and Passes.
The Single Park Permit is $50 and allows the cardholder
and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use
entrance into Edge of the Cedars State Park. The
permit is valid for the current calendar year. The
Five-Day Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to most
Utah state parks for five consecutive days.
of the Cedars State Park
660 West 400 North
Blanding, Utah 84511-0788