Photo Credit: Al King

This post comes to us from Clay Hunter, a travel & adventure writer for brycecanyon.com. Thank you for this introduction to BCNP!

What an absolutely amazing place to go camping, Bryce Canyon is a forest full of mature ponderosa pines for shaded camping and a great mountain camping experience. The atmosphere for camping in Bryce Canyon is unmatched by any other National Park. There are vast meadows filled with all kinds of wildlife including mule deer, elk, antelope, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys and all kinds of birds. With RV camping in Bryce you will be surrounded by so many fun and exciting things to see and do.

The atmosphere for camping in Bryce Canyon cannot be beat as it has everything at your fingertips. This is nature at its finest, and should be an experience for you to share with your friends and family. Whether you are inside or outside of the national park gate, you will be extremely happy you chose Bryce Canyon as the spot for your next camping trip!

With all of the things to see and do first you will need to figure out what place you would like to camp. With the great options to choose from, please keep in mind that most places have reservations available for you and your groups, so don’t wait to reserve your time today. While most of the camping is on a first come first serve basis it still is a great idea to have a place with you name on it.

There are several great options for park visitors to choose when looking into RV Camping.

Ruby’s Inn RV Park and Campground

The closest place to camp outside the park gates with great amenities and things to do. For RVs there are hook ups for water, electricity, and even wireless Internet. Ruby’s campground is AAA-approved and features 240 campsites for you and your group to choose from. This campground is within a half mile of the park gate. There is a Ruby’s Inn campground store and laundry within walking distance to accommodate your every need. There are a couple different stores at Ruby’s Inn so please keep in mind that this Campground store is not their main store and is smaller than the main store. If you cannot find it at the campground store, you will be sure to find it at the main store. If you do not have an RV or camp trailer, renting one of Ruby’s Inns Indian Tipis or cabins is another great option for you and your family.

Bryce Canyon Pines RV

Just sitting a little outside the National Park gates and close to Rubyís Inn you will find this great camping option. There are all of the necessary RV hook ups needed like water, sewer, electricity, fire pits, picnic tables, restrooms with hot shower and guest laundry. At Bryce Canyon Pines you can bring your RV, trailer or a tent for a great camping experience. There is no place like Bryce and at the Pines campgrounds you will be able to have a great camping trip.

Bryce Canyon Park Campground (North and Sunset)

These two national park campgrounds are both located near each other in Bryce Canyon. These campgrounds both have restrooms with flushable toilets. With the general store near by there are water hook ups for drinking water, as well as seasonal coin laundry for campers. These camp grounds both have dump stations available for RVís but are closed through the winter months because of low and freezing temperatures. These site are all limited to 10 people per site.

  • The North campground has 13 RV sites for reservation as well as another 86 RV sites and tent spots available on first come first serve basis.
  • The Sunset campground has 20 tent sites and a group site available for reservation as well as 80 RV sites for first comes first serve.

is an outdoor evangelist. He’s spent considerable time in the outdoors cayoneering, hiking, backpacking and river rafting. He counts himself incredibly lucky to have had the chance to experience much of southern and eastern Utah through his travels.