|Above, Checkerboard Mesa at Zion National Park. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Memorial Day weekend traditionally marks the beginning of the summer vacation season, although it is still spring.
That means more people will be jamming into the national parks, and Zion National Park is one of them.
According to The Spectrum:
Zion National Park officials are warning visitors to be ready for some crowding over the Memorial Day weekend.
The three-day weekend traditionally marks the beginning of the busy season at Zion, with officials expecting the crowds to approach or surpass last year’s counts of more than 70,000 people.
Parking are expected to fill up by 9 a.m., with long wait times for those lining up to enter the park or board park shuttles.
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