Gift Shops & Outfitters
Anasazi State Park Museum
Address: Boulder – 460 North Hwy. 12, Box 1429, 84716-1429
Coombs site ruins and museum, auditorium and gift shop. A short trail from the visitor center leads to the Coombs Site Ruins and a life-size, six-room replica of part of the pueblo. The replica gives the visitor an idea of what life was like for the Anasazi between 800 and 900 years ago. Museum Hours: May 16-September 15 (8 a.m. to 6 p.m.), September 16- May 15 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) * The Park is closed New Years Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. For more information call: (435) 335-7308. Gift Shop – Native American jewelry, pottery, fettishes, souvenirs, clothing, etc.
Best Western Ruby’s Inn
Address: Hwy 63, Bryce
Phone: 800-468-8660, 435-834-5341
Bryce Canyon Lodge Gift Shop
Address: Located at the Bryce Canyon Lodge, #1, 84764
Pottery, Indian rugs, Indian jewelry, tee shirts, souvenirs.
Bryce Canyon Pines Store, Restaurant and Campground
Address: 10 m. off US 89 on Hwy 12, Box 640043
Phone: 800-892-7923, 435-834-5441
Shirts, postcards, posters, Park books, Debry jewelry, keychains, pins, magnets, etc. Store also has groceries and gas. 4/1-11/1 24 Full hookups, tenting, water, toilets, showers, fishing nearby, laundry, on site dump, food, grills, hot tub and pool, gas, gift shop.
Bryce Canyon Trading Post
Address: Just off U-89 on Hwy. 12 – 2938 East Hwy. 12
Native American jewelry, baskets, pottery, Kachinas, Navajo rugs, sandpaintings, southwest gifts, Chile products, souvenirs and film.
Burr Trail Outpost
Address: Hwy. 12 and Burr Trail, P.O. Box 1515, 84716
Local art gallery and consignment store offering over 40 artists’ products. Bistro seating serving espresso, local breads, pastries and bagels, selling books, jewelry, gifts and outdoor gear.Saturday Community Markets May-October
Escalante Outfitters and Bunkhouse/Utah State Liquor Store
Address: 310 W. Main, Box 575 Escalante
Escalante Rock Shop and Roadside Attraction
Address: Located one mile west of Escalante on Wide Hollow Road below the Escalante Petrified Forest State Park and Campground
Escalantes newest rock, mineral, fossil shop and international roadside attraction. Features unique rock, mineral, fossil, petrified wood specimens, jewelry, custom t-shirts, hats, bandannas, artist prints, stickers, collectibles, antiques, miscellaneous fun stuff and free customer coffee. Open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Grand Staircase Inn and Country Store
Address: 105 N. Kodachrome Dr., P.O. Box 26, 84718
Phone: 877-472-6346, 435-679-8400
Rocks, fossils, tee shirts, souvenirs. $49-$119 26 guest rooms (17 w/K beds), honeymoon suite w/jacuzzi-hot tub, anniversary suite, non-smoking rooms, 2 handicap rooms. TV, all rooms A/C, phones, internet access,gift shop, convenience store and gasoline. Open all year. Gateway to Kodachrome State Park. 1/2 block from the new Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument Visitor Center!
Hills and Hollows General Store
Address: 840 W Hwy 12
In addition to hand crafted Native American jewelry, original work by local artists, fossils and t-shirts, Hills and Hollows also offers natural groceries and well being products, fresh organic produce (local in season), gourmet wood fired baked goods, hand made pizza, grab n go deli items, fishing and camping supplies, general merchandise, souvenirs, books, maps, as well as traditional mini mart fare (including fuel). We also feature PERSIAN CARPETS! Please stop by and check us out on your next visit.
Hitchin’ Post Gift Shop
Address: At the Rockin R Ranch at 775 N. Main, Hwy. 22
Souvenirs, western items, hats, childrens items, tee shirts, ice cream and snacks.
Address: 21 N. Main, Hatch, UT 84735
Antiques, folkwear, primitives, cabin and cowboy gifts, collectibles, beads, books-new and used, vintage linens. Open all year.
Owens Brothers Panguitch Lake General Store and RV Park
Address: 53 W Hwy 143, Box 392
Website: Panguitch Lake General Store
RV park open April thru October 5 bedroom cabin, 14 hookups,water, grills, pay phones, laundromat, convenience store, gift shop, gas, LP, ice, fire pit, bait and tackle and other fishing supplies, hardware store.
Panguitch Campground Store
Address: 555 S. Main, Box 384
Some camping supplies such as blankets and sleeping bags, etc. Coffee mugs, shot glasses, puzzles, state pins, ceramic bells, thumbles, tee shirts, caps, stuffed animals, post cards, park books, placemats, dream catchers, RV supplies, fishing supplies, grocery store.
Panguitch Drug, Radio Shack and Cowboy Store
Address: 95 East Center St., 84759
Souvenirs, film, western wear, hats, horse supplies, some camping equipment, magazines, books, beauty supplies etc. Gifts of all kinds for that special person or home. Fowles Floral Shop located inside Panguitch Drug.
Paradise RV Park
Address: 2153 N. Hwy. 89, 84759
Souvenirs, postcards, books (adult and childrens), gifts, Western shirts, vests, hats and belts, RV parts, beer, sodas, ice cream and snacks, 4/15-11/1.
Address: 465 N. Hwy. 12, P.O. Box 1342, 84716
Tee shirts, pottery, jewelry, baskets, rugs and souvenir items.
Red Canyon Indian Store and Rock Shop
Address: Just off U-89 on Hwy. 12 – 3279 E. Hwy. 12, Box 717
Souvenirs, Navajo rugs, sandpaintings, pottery, Western apparel, largest selection of moccasins in UT, jewelry.
Ruby’s Inn General Store
Address: Hwy. 63, P.O. Box 640011, 84764
Phone: 800-468-8660, 435-834-5341
Souvenirs, rocks, tee shirts, sweatshirts, hats, Western apparel, books, videos, Indian jewelry, rugs, gallery, grocery store and much more.
Sculptured Furniture, Art and Ceramics Gallery
Address: 1540 W. Hwy. 12, 1/4 mile West of Escalante
David Delthony: Furniture artist. Unique, exclusive studio furniture created by laminating, chain sawing and sanding hardwoods. Exhibited internationally. Brigitte Delthony: Primitive pottery and archaic clay sculptures. Art teacher and art therapist. Workshops and classes available. In addition: petrified wood, rocks, sand paintings, antique woodworking tools; in summer: fresh veggies from own garden.
Address: 368 W. Main, 84726
Scenic, cowboy and pioneer heritage art, petrified wood, dinosaur bone, fossils, slabs, bookends, jewelry, Utah heritage products, pioneer soap, antique and Navajo jewelry, Zapotec rugs in southwestern style, antiques, Western collectibles, branding irons, buttons for sewing and collecting, license plates.
Address: 20 South Main Street, Tropic, UT 84776
Open November to March from 7 a.m. to 9:00 p. and April to October 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Fuel, select hiking gear, drinks, coffee, and to-go breakfast and lunch items or made to order lunch options from the Route 12 Grill. The Stage Stop has 2,000 sq. ft of gift shop- including local boutique items, and souvenirs. Closed on holidays.
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
Address: Highway 63, Bryce, UT 84764
Phone: 877-386-4383, 435-834-8700
Website: The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon offers a General Store so guests can take a break for a snack, grand and go hot and cold foods or equipment and supplies including wood, sock, rain ponchos, clothing or maps. The Gift shop showcases exquisite one-of-a kind jewelry, hand-carved Kachinas, animal fetishes, pottery and rugs and additional souvenirs such as tee-shirts, postcards and mugs. Both are open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Utah Canyon Outdoors
Address: 325 W. Main Street, Escalante
Outdoor gear and clothing shop carrying desert tested backpacking, camping and canyoneering gear. We also carry regional guidebooks, custom area maps, natural products, and local, handmade jewelry, art prints and handcrafted gifts. Also home of the Coffee Garden, serving fresh espresso and smoothies. Our shop is the booking center for Utah Canyon Guides, offering scenic and slot canyon hikes in the Grand Staircase NM and shuttle services.
Utah State Liquor Store
Address: 48 N. Main, Panguitch