|Acadia||Normal operations have resumed.|
|Arches||Normal operations have resumed.|
|Badlands||Normal operations have resumed.|
|Bryce Canyon||Due to unstable snow conditions, all trails leading below the rim (with the exception of Mossy Cave) are currently closed. Major viewpoints remain open, as well as the Rim Trail north of Inspiration Point. Due to winter conditions, Wall Street, the Rim Trail between Inspiration and Bryce Point, Peekaboo Loop, and the final 300 ft of Bryce Point are closed. Fairyland and Paria roads are closed for winter activities. Fairyland and Paria roads are closed for winter activities.
More info: https://www.nps.gov/brca/planyourvisit/conditions.htm|
|Canyonlands||Normal operations have resumed.|
|Death Valley||Scotty's Castle CLOSED until 2020. Flooding in Grapevine Canyon from a severe thunderstorm has destroyed the road to Scotty's Castle, damaged infrastructure and some out-buildings in the Castle complex.|
|Glacier||We have some very cold temperatures and extreme winter weather arriving in the park right now. Before you come up this weekend please check with the National Weather Service websites. On the east side: https://www.weather.gov/tfx/ and on the west side: https://www.weather.gov/mso/. Glacier National Park has closed portions of Going-to-the-Sun Road for the season.|
|Grand Canyon||Desert View Dr. (Hwy 64) is closed due to snow and Hazardous Driving Conditions. Hermit Road is also closed this morning. Traveling? Call 928-638-7496 for current road conditions and closures recording.
more. South Rim is open all year. North Rim is closed for the winter and will open May 15, 2019.|
|Grand Teton||Winter Road Conditions
U.S. Hwy 26/89/191 between Moose Jct and Moran Jct is currently closed due to limited visibility and drifting snow. There is no estimated time for reopening. Call 307.739.3682 for updates.|
|Great Sand Dunes||The Medano Pass Road is closed at Castle Creek Picnic Area for the winter season due to dangerous ice crossings and snow. |
|Great Smoky Mountains||Weather and road conditions can vary greatly in different elevations. Go to https://twitter.com/smokiesroadsnps for the latest road and facility closures. Due to the Government shutdown this winter, delays in the spring opening of campgrounds, picnic pavilions, and cabins are anticipated. The reduced timeline for seasonal staff hiring and project planning has inherently shifted the scheduled openings. |
|Joshua Tree||Due to heavy rain on Saturday, February 2nd, 2019, some dirt roads in the park are closed. Bighorn Pass, Queen Valley, O'Dell, and Desert Queen Mine roads are open. All others are closed until conditions improve.|
|Mount Rainier||The gate to Paradise at Longmire will remain closed today due to winter storm conditions. The road is open to Longmire. Chains required for 2wd vehicles at the Nisqually Entrance. All vehicles must carry tire chains.|
|Olympic||Many park roads and campgrounds normally open during the winter season are temporarily closed due to downed trees/debris or storm damage. Call the recorded Road & Weather line at 360-565-3131 for daily updates. Elwha (Olympic Hot Springs) Road closed to vehicles beyond Madison Falls parking lot due to washout. Open to bicycle/pedestrian traffic beyond Madison Falls parking lot. Parking and turnaround space are limited. No visitor facilities beyond the gate at the parking lot. A bypass trail provides access around the flood damage.|
|Rocky Mountain||Normal operations have resumed.|
|Sequoia & Kings Canyon||The Generals Highway may be closed from Hospital Rock Picnic Area to the Giant Forest, limiting access to sequoia groves for vehicles entering via Highway 198. For current road conditions, call 559-565-3341. More rain and snow are in the forecast. When chain restrictions are in effect, tire chains are required for all vehicles in control areas, including vehicles with snow tires, 4WD vehicles, and AWD vehicles. |
|Shenandoah||Due to the unpredictability of inclement weather, the status of the Skyline Drive can change frequently. For the current status, call (540) 999-3500 (select option 1, then option 1).
More info: https://www.nps.gov/grsa/planyourvisit/conditions.htm|
|Yellowstone||Most park roads closed to automobiles November 5 and will begin reopening April 19, 2019. The road from the North Entrance at Gardiner, Montana through the park to Cooke City, Montana is open year-round.|
|Yosemite||Tioga Road (continuation of Highway 120 through the park) and Glacier Point Road are closed. There is no estimate on reopening, but they usually reopen around late May. Check current road conditions/chain requirements by calling 209/372-0200 (then 1,1).|
|Zion||The Kayenta Trail and Upper Emerald Pools Trail are closed until further notice due to storm damage. The Hidden Canyon Trail was closed on Aug. 28, 2018 due to a rockfall. Observation Point (from Weeping Rock) was closed on Jan. 18, 2019 due to rockfall. Access to Kolob Canyons in Zion National Park will be restricted due to a construction project beginning May 1, 2018. The road, and trailheads along the road, will remain closed until early 2019.
More info: https://www.nps.gov/zion/index.htm|