- Free and family friendly
- Walks, talks and fossil activities
- Enjoy the natural geology of Bryce
Overview: The three day festival describes to visitors and geology fans the fascination we all have with the formations found in Bryce Canyon National Park. From the colorful canyon walls to the rock spire hoodoo's and the picturesque natural scenery this even celebrates the unique formations on our planet.
When: This festival is typically held in late June over a three day span.
Where: Bryce Canyon National Park
Fees: All events are free to park visitors
Details: The festival offers daily events such as ranger guided walks, talks on the canyons and the rim, children's activities, guided bus tours, illustrated programs and geology and fossil tables for all to explore. Several featured speakers are also in attendance so make sure you check a park newsletter for details on times and locations.