Many of the Bryce Canyon RV parks are AAA approved and offer shady sites and full hookups for water, electricity and sewer. They offer the convenience of firepits and picnic tables as well as restrooms. Some offer hot showers, laundry, outdoor pool and hot tub as well as the convenience of an on-site grocery store and restaurant.
Bryce Canyon RV Parks tend to be close to major attractions and national park highlights or close to biking, hiking and ATV trails. Compare the RV parks on offer in the area to find one to suit your budget with the amenities and recreational activities that you require. Prices range from around $38-$59 depending on the amenities and hookups offered.
Generally the RV parks are open from April 1 through October.
National Forest and State Park Campgrounds
Get close to nature in one of the nearby national forest or state park campgrounds:
- Dixie National Forest
- Kodachrome Basin State Park
- Calf Creek Recreation Area
- Three Peaks Recreation Area
- Cedar Breaks National Monument
- Otter Creek State Park
- Piute State Park
Camping in Bryce Canyon National Park
Public campgrounds are ideal for visitors to get up close to nature and smell the fresh pine-scented air.
There are two Bryce Canyon National Park Camping grounds which can be found within the national park and many more can be found throughout the surrounding area.
- North Campground is open year round and is opposite the Visitor Center.
- Sunset Campground is closed in the winter.
Sites are generally shady and are provided with a firepit and picnic table for each site. Expect to pay around $5-$12 per night.