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Guide to WiFi access in Springdale and Zion Canyon
| Tuesday, August 05, 2014, 4:00 pm |   (231 views)

Written by David C. Drake
Wondering how to feed your WiFi addiction while you visit Zion Canyon? You’ve come to the right place. 
Keep in mind that you can easily access WiFi from almost any café, restaurant, motel, etc., in the Springdale area, provided you’re a paying customer (and yes, if you’re not in the mood to pay for a drink or snack, there are a few WiFi access points you can get onto without a password), but once you officially enter Zion National Park, the only reliable source of WiFi is the Zion Lodge. Logging in there requires a fee if you’re not a guest, regardless of how many snacks and souvenirs you buy. 
Want more info? Read on. We’ll also throw in details about the availability of electrical outlets, and computers and printers set up for guest use. 
But first, a few helpful points:
  • When tourists are plentiful, expect slower internet (and decreased availability of tables near outlets) throughout the area.
  • Virtually all of Springdale’s motels, inns, B&Bs, etc., provide WiFi, and several of them have computers available in their lobby, but they are not included in the list below because their resources are typically only available to their guests.
  • “Secured” means the WiFi access point requires a password, “open” means no password is required, and “open, login required” means you can access the WiFi without a password, but must then use a password (and possibly other information) provided by the establishment to login via a web browser (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, etc.).
  • Remember that you’re generally expected to make a purchase in order to have access to a business’s WiFi or other resources, even if no password is required.
  • Things change quickly, especially in areas with high tourism, so don’t be too surprised if you run across a newly opened restaurant that isn’t listed here, or find that some of our data doesn’t match up with what you experience. But with that said, we’ll do our best to keep this guide updated and we’d love to hear from you if you have suggestions!
Without further ado, here are the WiFi and other computer-related details for each café, restaurant, and other relevant locations in Springdale and Zion Canyon, starting at the farthest distance from the park and working our way inwards until we reach the Zion Lodge:
Majestic View Steakhouse, 2400 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-0665
WiFi: Open, login required
Outlets: Some, near indoor tables
Park House Cafe, 1880 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-0100
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: Several, near indoor tables
Bit & Spur Restaurant & Saloon, 1212 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3498
WiFi: Open
Outlets: A few, not at tables
Switchback Jack's Sports Grill, 1149 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3700
WiFi: None (but there is open WiFi nearby)
Outlets: Several, not at tables
Sol Foods Supermarket, 995 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3100
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: A few, including one near an outdoor table
The Flying Monkey, 975 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3333
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: Some, near indoor tables
Oscar's Cafe, 948 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3232
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: Several, near indoor and outdoor tables
Deep Creek Coffee, 932 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 767-0272
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: Several, near indoor tables
Zions Bank, 921 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3274
WiFi: Open, login (and Zions Bank account) required
Outlets: None
Wildcat Willies, 897 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-0115
WiFi: Open, login required
Outlets: A few, near indoor tables
Zion Pizza & Noodle Company, 868 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3815
WiFi: None (but there is open WiFi nearby)
Outlets: A couple, near indoor and outdoor tables
Zion Park Gift & Deli, 866 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3843
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: A couple, not at tables
Pioneer Lodge Internet Cafe, 838 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3233
WiFi: Open
Outlets: Several, near indoor tables
Notes: Two computers available (Windows 7) w/printer, free for lodge guests, 10¢/min. or $5/hour for other visitors
Pioneer Restaurant, 838 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3233
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: A few, not at tables
Casa de Amigos, 805 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-0422
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: Several, near indoor tables
Elements (gift shop and coffee bar associated with Desert Pearl Inn), 707 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3279
WiFi: Open
Outlets: Some, near indoor tables
Notes: Computer available (Ubuntu OS) w/printer, free of charge
Whiptail Grill, 445 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-0283
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: Some, near indoor tables
Spotted Dog Cafe (associated with Flanigan's Inn and Flanigan’s Villas), 428 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-0700
WiFi: Open, login required
Outlets: A few, near indoor tables
Cafe Soleil, 205 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-0505
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: Several, near indoor tables
Tsunami Juice & Java, 180 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-3818
WiFi: Open 
Outlets: Some, near indoor tables (on the Subway side)
Canyon Market, 95 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-0336 ext. 1
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: None
Zion Canyon Brew Pub, 95 Zion Park Boulevard, (435) 772-0336
WiFi: Secured
Outlets: A few, including one near an indoor table
Zion Lodge, Zion National Park, (888) 297-2757
WiFi: Open, login/payment required (free for lodge guests, $2.95/hour, $5.95 for 24 hours or $10.95 for 72 hours for all others; each access code usable on only one device at a time)
Outlets: Some near chairs and couches in the lobby, several near indoor tables in the restaurant on the 2nd floor
Notes: Computer (Windows 7) available in the lobby, free of charge
Springdale Library/Canyon Community Center, 126 Lion Boulevard, (435) 772-3676
WiFi: Secured, password is located on the bulletin board outside the CCC. 
Please contact us at editor@infowest.com with any suggestions for expanding or improving this guide. Happy surfing!


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