Sight-seeing and relaxing outdoors are the main attractions at Cathedral Gorge. The Miller Point Overlook has outstanding views of buff-colored canyons, cliffs and spires.
Camping: All camping is on a first-come, first-served basis. Fees are charged per vehicle and are payable in the campground. The campground has 22 developed sites, each with table, grill and shade ramada. Water and a flush restroom with showers are available.
Picnicking: The C.C.C. Day Use Picnic Area offers a large shade ramada with three picnic tables. The overhead ramada and restroom were built by the C.C.C.
Group Use: Accommodations for day and overnight groups are available by reservation. Facilities are located adjacent to the campground. The group areas offer large overhead ramadas, grills, picnic tables and water. Please contact the Regional Office(adjacent to the Regional Information Center) for reservation information.
Trails: Visitors can access the remote portions of the park via a 4-mile loop trail. Another 1-mile trail connects the Miller Point Overlook to the C.C.C. Picnic Area. Motorized vehicles are not permitted on these trails.
User Fees: Fees are charged for entrance and camping. Current fee schedules are posted in the park. Click here for all individual park fees by region
Regional Information Center: The Regional Information Center is open from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily and is located at the main entrance to the park off US 93.
Cathedral Gorge is located 1 mile north of the intersection of US Highway 93 and State Route 319. The park sits at an elevation of 4,800 feet and is open year-round.
The area is typically arid with hot summers and cold winters. Summer temperatures range from 95F at mid-day to 55F at night. Rainfall is variable and thunderstorms are common.
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High Desert Perfection
Truly one of the best high desert camping experiences we have ever had! The park has nice, spacious sites and plenty of shade. We will stay here again for sure.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds I have stayed at. Clean, showers, beautiful scenery - its all here! There is a really neat trail that starts at the campground and winds through the interesting gorge canyon area. Highly recommended!