Entries by Zion Bumbleberry Hotel

Permit System for Angels Landing begins in April

Starting April 1st, 2022 the popular Angels Landing hike will move to a permit system. So what does that mean for visitors? The first important thing to know about this change is that it ONLY IMPACT THE CHAINS PORTION OF THE ANGELS LANDING HIKE. Those hiking from the Grotto to Scout Lookout DO NOT need […]

Design Plans for the New Bumbleberry Building

We are happy to report that our design plans for the new Bumbleberry Building were approved on March 17th by the Springdale Planning Commission.  While the spirit and essence of Bumbleberry remains unchanged, the building is getting a modern update, with more windows, a different roof line, wood features, and enhanced with natural stone from the area. […]


With the rebuilding of our restaurant, gift shop, bakery and theater building (which burned down in November 2020), we’ve had a moment to pause and look back over the 49 years our family has owned Bumbleberry.  We are now in the third generation of our family-owned business, and Grandpa’s lessons still ring in our ears.  Creating a […]


Local Zion Secrets

Everyone loves to travel and explore new places that they haven’t been before. Some trips go better than others and this can be for many different reasons. One of the best ways to get the best experience from your trip is to know a little about the local secrets that each town has – the […]

About Bumbleberry

About Bumbleberry Just outside of Zion National Park lies Springdale, Utah, a beautiful town with so much to see and do. Among the many exciting adventures in town is Bumbleberry Inn. Bumbleberry Inn is a multifaceted business. Rather than just providing rooms for guests, Bumbleberry Inn has four portions to their establishment. This creates a […]

Wildlife in Zion

In Zion National Park, there is a huge variety of wildlife to see. Whether visitors are in the canyons, walking the trails, or enjoying a picnic lunch at an overlook, there’s a good chance that they will run into at least one of Zion’s wild animals. The animals they see will fall into the category […]

What is a Bumbleberry?

While visiting Springdale, many people notice the sign that reads “World Famous Bumbleberry Pie.” Most visitors have never heard of a bumbleberry so, naturally, their interest is peaked. While those who don’t know what a bumbleberry is usually just want to know what they taste like, it’s important to know that there is so much […]

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Hikes of Zion

The number one reason visitors flock to Zion National Park each year is for the incredible hiking opportunities. With the park covering a vast 150,000 acres of land, there is plenty to explore. When it comes to different hikes within the park, Zion presents nearly endless possibilities. Hikers can enjoy strenuous hikes that take days […]