Frontier Homestead State Park Museum



The museum tells the story of development in Iron County when, in the 1850s, Brigham Young sent Mormon missionaries there to mine iron. Museum displays include horse-drawn vehicles used from 1850 to 1920 and a collection of Indian and pioneer artifacts.

The museum is in Cedar City. A picnic area is available, but there is no camping.

Park Information
  •   Acres - 11
  •   Elevation - 5,800 ft.
  •   Park Open - All Year
  •   Day-use Only
  •   Day-use Fee - $3
  •   Visitor Center/Museum - Hours Vary
  •   Picnicking
  •   Drinking Water
  •   Modern Rest Rooms
  •   Hiking Trails Nearby
  •   Biking Trails Nearby
  •   Off-Highway Vehicle Trails Nearby
  •   Watchable Wildlife Nearby
  •   Winter Activities Nearby




Frontier Homestead State Park
635 North Main Street
Cedar City, Utah 84720
(435) 586-9290

For more information visit the Utah State Parks website