During construction of Interstate 70, ruins from a large ancient Fremont Indian village were uncovered. This museum was built to preserve treasures from the site, including pottery, baskets and arrowheads. The ancient people decorated many nearby cliff walls with unique rock art. Spend a few hours at the museum, tour the rock art sites and then camp at nearby Castle Rock Campground.
Ancient Fremont Indian rock art
Museum with relics from the Fremont Culture
Approximately 180 miles south of Salt Lake City.
Located 21 miles southwest of Richfield on Interstate 70.
Fremont Indian State Park and Museum
3820 West Clear Creek Canyon Rd
Sevier, UT 84766
Summer - 9 am to 6 pm (seven days a week)
Winter - 9 am to 5 pm (seven days a week)
Holiday Closures: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day
$4 per person or $8 per vehicle
$75 annual pass is available at the park
$35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass
Viewing ancient Fremont Indian rock art
Viewing museum relics from the Fremont culture
ATV trails nearby
Castle Rock Campground: $15 for tent sites and RVs (without hookups)
Tipi: $30 per night
Sam Stowe Campground: $25 (full hookup)
800-322-3770 (toll-free from outside the Salt Lake City area)
801-322-3770 (from within the Salt Lake City area)
The campground is nestled in a canyon approximately one-half mile from the visitor center. It is closed during the winter and opens in late April. Back in and pull-through sites are available for vehicles up to 45 feet. No hookups.
Group day use picnic site