4Things to Do in Springdale, Utah

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The town of Springdale, Utah is best known as the gateway to Zion National Park. But while it’s certainly true that Zion is the town’s crowning jewel, there’s plenty more to see and do beyond the trails of this iconic park.

With a year-round population of just over 500 people, Springdale manages to maintain its small-town charm. But it also plays host to a variety of services and attractions for visitors, including stores, art galleries, restaurants, visitor centers, e-bike rentals, and more.

At Greater Zion E-Bikes, we think that the best way to experience all that Springdale has to offer is on an e-bike rental. But what exactly will you do after picking up your bike from the Springdale Visitor Center? From visiting the national park to picking up unique souvenirs, keep reading to learn a few exciting ways to spend your day.

Spend the Day in Zion

The most popular way to spend a day in Springdale may be to visit Zion National Park. And if you’ve ever been to the park, you know exactly why! Zion truly has something to offer visitors of every age, nationality, ability, and interest.

If you’re an avid outdoorsman looking for a challenge, Angels Landing or The Narrows are two bucket-list-worthy hikes you’ll want to consider. Visitors young and old can enjoy a stroll on Riverside Walk, stopping to take pictures and take in the views of this easy trail. There are also plenty of picnic areas for relaxing.

But the best way to experience Zion is with an e-bike rental. After picking up your rental from the Springdale Visitor Center, head to the entrance to the park. After paying your entrance fee, you won’t have to worry about standing in line to ride the Zion Canyon Shuttle. Instead, pedal directly to the park’s popular trailheads, or take a fun cruise through the park to see the sights.

Not sure where to ride? The experienced staff at the Springdale Visitor Center are always happy to offer suggestions!

Stroll the Art Galleries

Take a drive through Springdale, Utah, towards the entrance to Zion National Park, and you’ll see right away why so many artists are drawn to the area. You can see the towering red rock cliffs of the park from nearly anywhere in town.

A number of art and photography galleries have popped up throughout Springdale. Whether you’re looking for a unique souvenir or are an art collector, you should definitely set aside some time to stroll a gallery or several during your visit.

See the breathtaking landscape photos by David J. West at his namesake gallery. Shop for pottery, paintings, jewelry, and more, all inspired by the surrounding landscapes at LaFave Gallery. Window shop, or bring home a unique souvenir to help you remember your visit and decorate your home.

Your Zion e-bike rental is the perfect tool for traveling between art galleries in Springdale.

Go Shopping

Besides the art galleries, there are plenty of other shops to explore throughout Springdale. You’ll find outdoor stores packed with any kind of gear you might need while enjoying Zion. There are endless options for souvenirs like t-shirts, mugs, posters, and more to help you remember your trip or grab a gift for loved ones and friends back home.

The Springdale Visitor Center is a great first stop during your visit. Here, you can not only pick up your e-bike rental but also talk to experienced staff about your plans for the rest of your trip. Get tips for where to ride, ask questions about the town, and more.

Dine Local

No matter how you choose to spend your day in Springdale, Utah, you’ll definitely want to plan to end it by dining locally.

From Thai food to diners to coffee shops, there are plenty of options to choose from. Sit down and enjoy a meal, or order carry-out and take your meal back to your villa to enjoy. Stop by the Springdale Visitor Center to grab an e-bike so you can ride around town to sample some delicious food during your visit.

Stop By the Springdale Visitor Center for an E-Bike Rental

There’s no shortage of ways to spend a day in Springdale, Utah. From spending the day in Zion National Park to strolling through art galleries, there’s truly something for everyone. And when you rent an e-bike from the Springdale Visitor Center, you’ll be able to take in all that the town has to offer without having to rely on the Zion Canyon Shuttle or fight for parking in the park.

Ready to see for yourself what makes an e-bike adventure in Zion so special? Book your e-bike rental online today, or stop by the Springdale Visitor Center to secure your rental.