WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Washington County, Utah)
EAST ENTRANCE RESIDENCE
Zion National Park, Utah
LOCATIONLocated 150 feet north of Route 9, west of the east entrance check station of Zion National Park.
HISTORYBuilt in 1934 by the Park Service to serve as a ranger's residence for the east entrance. The four room dwelling cost $6,874 to build.
The interior was remodeled in 1955.
Put on the National Register of Historic Places (#1986003712) in 1986.
South/front and west sides of the home (Nancy Wetherall, August 1984)
Other photos on the web:
Photos from the National Register of Historic Places nomination form
REFERENCESNational Register of Historic Places, Inventory - Nomination Form