Founded in 1909, the Zion National Park is an archeological site and wildlife sanctuary. The park offers more than 400 species of birds, amphibians, mammals, reptiles, centipedes, spiders and insects. It exhibits rabbits, bats, wolves, lions, snakes, owls, vultures and hawks. It maintains over 900 varieties of plants that include ferns, trees, shrubs and wildflowers. The Zion National Park features several geological formations, such as canyons, cliffs, tunnels, hiking trails and freestanding arches. The park also conducts various recreational activities for children between the ages of 6 and 12. In addition, it organizes educational programs for students in grades two through five. The park provides a range of amenities that includes a caf , dining room and Internet access. The Zion National Park is located in Springdale, Utah.