19 RV Parks near Bryce Canyon, Utah
Oct 2008 - $25.00
The folks that checked us in lied about the rates at the other campground in the area. This "campground" is more aptly described as a trailer park. Gravel sites, no trees, bathrooms closed, and it is just an extension of the local trailer park. Old pickups cutting through at high speed, raising dust, absolutely unattractive. Rather stay in a rest area. - RedpointRik
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Smallish park behind Chevron gas station. Very tight sites but were able to maneuver our 35' to the site. Must unhook tow before navigating into cg.
Had mixup on our reservation regarding the request for 50 amp service & satellite friendly site. A lady & older white-haired gentleman working with her were very helpful in accommodating us. Definitely NOT a satellite friendly campground as it is within the woods. However we were in site D-2 which they converted to 50 amps & without leveling the coach and putting the nose right to the end of the site, we were able to get satellite reception. - Beachside Baby
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Drove right by the entrance sign to the park on the right, as our GPS showed further up the road. So turned around and came back to the Chevron station and saw the RV's in the park behind the station. It is a small rustic park with large Ponderosa's between wide gravel/dirt sites that do require leveling. A fire-pit is built into the ground with a large concrete base around it that accommodates 4 fold out chairs. Very good Wi-Fi, but no Cable, did not try the Antenna. Nice on-leash walking for Lab, and has long paved bike paths just outside the park as well, that leads to a wonderful Restaurant. The Chevron store has ample groceries, souvenirs and RV supplies. We would definitely stay here again. - mandrgames
Jun 2016 - $38.00
The sites are gravel and not very level. The sites are side by side sharing the hook ups, so half are straight pull in and half are back in. We managed to get level in a 40' class A. Restrooms are up in the Chevron station, which has a small store (gas is cheaper at Ruby's in Bryce). The WiFi was slow but is enough for email and simple sites. The trees make satellite reception difficult.
It is only 6 miles from Bryce, which makes it great! The price is reasonable compared to other places around. The staff are quite nice.
It's funny that we had a great stay, yet this doesn't seem like a good review. - sfrantz
May 2017 - $44.00
Nice rv park with lots of trees. Our site had good shade, and was level. The showers are okay, not great. Separate stalls but really tiny area to dry off and change clothes and no separation between shower and change area so floor is quite wet. Main reason to stay here beside being a pretty park is that you simply can't beat it's proximity to Bryce Canyon National Park. Worth every penny for that reason alone. - Marian P
May 2017 - $33.00
We were helped by very friendly and nice counter people. Everyone helped with selecting a site that was best for us and our service dog. We got a great pull thru that had a great picnic table and a grass area for our service dog. The pull thru's are large with plenty of parking for your truck. We will stay here whenever we visit the area. We even drove to Zion for a day trip instead of staying in the cramped campground near the entrance. You can reach several different parks and sites from here. Great place great people. We stayed in site 240. Out in our area you get satellite. But cable is available. - quandoandlilmomma
Apr 2017 - $45.00
Location, location, location!! The park is adjacent to Bryce Canyon. The sites are well spaced out. Power is fine, water pressure is strong. Mule deer were in the woods adjacent to our site. The site and roads were lime rock, but we had a grassed area adjacent to our site. - Field Trip
May 2017 - $15.00
Sites a bit close and had to use leveling blocks, but very beautiful wooded area. Right on the bike trail, so only a short ride to the rim trail, which is truly wonderful! Once at the trail we left the bikes and walked, but did have some problems with the high altitude. Truly an AMAZING NP, and would love to come back someday. Also, right by the Visitor's center. There was a beautiful paved trail 6 miles north into "town". Ruby's General Store is the place to go.... fun shop. Would have loved to stay longer, but it was cold and rainy. This worked well for us since we have a small dog who could not go on the bus to get around. - Cindy Sue
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Dry camping sites only. Site is dirt and a left pull-through, which I hate. Site is too shallow to allow me to put the awning out. It reaches the road. Rock wall on the other side. Otherwise, a nice site with the picnic table slightly above the parking site. Spacious and nicely treed. Short walk to the Visitor Center where you can catch the bus into the park or into town. Sunrise Point is on the other side of the campground. Not too long a walk there either. - The Mangonel
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Just a heads up, Bryce Canyon has raised their daily rates effective July 1, 2015. First come, first serve tent camping is $20/night while any type of RV is $30/night. For definitions of RV's, please see the Wikipedia entry (that's what the NP is using).
North campground has undergone some minor improvements over the last year - new water and power lines have been installed. Unfortunately the campground roads have only been minimally repaired or graded since August 2014, so expect dust, mud and potholes. Many of the tent sites in D loop are now covered with large rocks making tent camping lumpy to say the least.
There is a nice picnic area in North Campground close to the Rim Trail, but alas, the new waterline construction didn't include connecting the water to the this area, so there is no water available in the picnic area.
We volunteered there as camp host in North Campground from April to July 2015 and the status of the campground is as described when we left. - mackerman
May 2017 - $10.00
Nice campground, but very few level sites... This could easily be changed, but the managers fail to see that. Fire pit was clean, table nearby. Dump Station at Main Campground. Stayed one night.. Light snow several times. - Bob Nelson
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This is more of a tenting campground, but can accommodate RVs up to about 30' in length. I went to Bryce expecting no hookups so the low rating is not for that. My main beef is that Bryce is supposed to be first come first serve for sites. I was directed by a ranger to the north campground since I have a 30' bumper pull. Upon driving through north campground, I found the biggest and best sites marked as reserved. There were no remaining sites big enough for me so we went to sunset campground. Here, there were many sites but none were level (although they easily could be) and the roads were dirt (little to no gravel). There is an area designated as "no tents" because the sites are larger and can accommodate RVs up to 34' in some cases. This was not enforced. Upon paying for the site, the RV cost is $30 where a tent is $15. But there's no hookups...so why is an RV more than a tent? The dump station is a separate fee, so no bonus for RVs there. If I were to return, I would camp at a commercial park outside the national park. The nat'l park shuttle buses run out to the town and campgrounds / hotels there to make pickups. - WineStream
Aug 2015 - $8.00
Beautiful natural campground with large sites, no hook-ups. First come, first serve so get there early morning to get a site. Great place to stay while visiting the park-highly recommended. - MargaretL
Oct 2011 - $30.00
The price was raised to $30 plus tax and you don’t get a discount anymore. Now the campground is overpriced. There are some houses behind the campground, and the residents are driving through the campground pretty fast, and then it is dusty, dusty and dusty. Wi-Fi was not available on the campground, but in the office. - RVer from Oregon
Oct 2008 - $18.00
The campground is located in the inner courtyard of a motel. I have counted 10 pull through sites, all with full hookup (50 Amp). The sites are on gravel or weeds, but leveled. The distance to the neighbor is just enough for a table, but you don’t want to sit outside. The campground is absolutely neglected. It was quiet there and you can see the Bryce Canyon Amphitheater with binoculars. I found an open Wi-Fi signal, but I don’t know if it was from the campground/motel or somewhere else. It worked very slowly and was not reliable. We used this campground as a base camp for Kodachrome Basin State Park (about 15 miles) and Bryce Canyon NP (9 miles). The price per night was $18 plus tax. You can get a 10% discount as AAA member. - RVer from Oregon
May 2017 - $55.00
Beautiful park with a nice little store. Sites were very tight, but the area was beautiful and we liked that they had fire rings and picnic table. The main reason we stayed here was because we wanted to get into Bryce NP early and they don't take camping reservations. The lower campsites by the office/store/pool were grass, but seemed even tighter, so we moved to the upper gravel area. Not a very level site but it worked OK for us. Friendly staff that showed us to our site. - Cindy Sue
May 2017 - $44.00
The staff was extremely courteous and helpful... one staff member even took my 10 gallon propane tank to be filled and brought it back. The park itself is very clean and well cared for. We stayed in the lower section which has slightly roomier spaces than the upper section. The roads are easily navigable and the utilities are very convenient. - Gator67
Apr 2017 - $41.00
We are often critical of KOA campsites but this one is a gem. This is quite a large park in a good position for awesome Bryce Canyon and parts of scenic route 12. Site was level gravel with picnic table and fire pit. As well as restrooms, showers and laundry near the office there are also these facilities and a kitchen at the top of the park. Lovely friendly staff and we had excellent wifi for our whole stay. We would have easily given a 10 but the grounds do need some TLC, shrubs pruned, weeds cleared and some general grading of the gravel but this did not spoil our enjoyment of this park and the beauty of the local area. - Harris England
5375 Hwy 12 Panguitch, Utah 84759 (map) | (435) 676-2676
Sites: 37 | Latest Rate: $9.00 | 17 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $9.00
This campground is a true gem! The spaces were huge (a nice respite after several weeks of staying in parks where you were very close to your neighbor) and clean, the setting beautiful, and the proximity to hiking trails and Bryce excellent.
When we drove in, the CG host was cleaning out a fire pit, but came over to greet us and recommend spaces long enough for our rig. She was very pleasant and set us off in the right mood for a great stay. The spot she recommended had lots of room and was off the highway, so we found it very quiet and enjoyable. We did not experience any road noise at all. Dump station location is very convenient, as it is close to the entrance with a very wide concrete driveway for easy access.
It was a bit challenging to get DISH to work due to being in a canyon, but with a little perseverance, I was able to get to 119, which gave us all we needed. - Bay Area Early retirees
Jun 2016 - $36.00
What a beautiful setting! A mini Bryce Canyon without the crowds. Since we were traveling with relatives in a separate camper, we took one of the double sites that don't allow Senior/Access Pass discounts. It was worth the extra fee. Although the campground is near the highway, noise wasn't a problem (lots of trees helped with screening). Flush toilets and clean showers were nearby. The camp hosts were friendly and helpful. The only negative for me was that a curved access road on a hill was only one lane wide. Could be a problem if meeting another rig. - Desert Beacon
Sep 2015 - $10.00
Beautiful location close to Bryce Canyon. There is a busy highway close but pretty quiet at night. We stayed fairly far back away from the highway. The grounds are very clean. There are hot showers. The scenery is lovely. - blackstoneburro
May 2017 - $39.00
This RV park is right off the highway with constant road noise. The staff were very nice at check-in. Sewer way in the back of site with the water and electric and cable in normal spot together near middle. There is no specific dog area and there are a lot of goatheads in the grassy areas. We walked our dog on the gravel roadways. - Slkeyes
May 2017 - $35.00
Good all around smallish place easy to get into and out of. Cheap compared with others in the national park areas of Utah. Cable was a bit dodgie for us but that might have been our connection. Utilities other wise good. Nice friendly staff. Easy pull thrus with plenty of room for everything. Verizon wireless great. wifi was good except during the late afternoon and night when everyone on. Good location before you get to town closer to bryce so better for going hiking etc. The town doesn't have a lot but small grocery and gas and lots of places to eat. - FrancisandRenee
May 2017 - $35.00
As others have said, the park is about 15 miles from Bryce, but only two miles to Red Canyon which offers other hiking trails with incredible views and no crowds. The staff is pleasant, and the sites acceptable with views all around. It is close to the road but noise has not been an issue. Unfortunately the laundry facility, which is outside, was not working and there is not much else around here. There is a dog area but it is right near the road and not enclosed. - Fwdaj
Nov 2016 - $28.00
This is a beautiful state park with beautiful surroundings and is one of the nicest sites we've stayed in recently. Very peaceful. There is no cellular service or TV service in the park. The park rangers are very nice and helpful and pointed me to a place to get a tire repaired. Boy Scouts provide firewood for $5.00. - kbellco
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Spectacular scenery surrounding the unique Basin Campground. Designated Dark Sky Park so star gazing on a clear night is breathtaking. Park is very quiet at night. The campsites were long asphalt drives with full hookups and natural landscaping in between sites. Not too close to neighbors but you could see them. Our site had a nice firepit and picnic table. Showers were private and clean. Being in a basin, there's zero cell service, no data, no TV, not even AM radio--so nice for a few days. We highly recommend this park and will definitely return. - Smashcamp
Sep 2016 - $20.00
I love this campground!! And this state park!!
First things first ... there are only a limited number of camp sites with hookups and we didn't get one. So, no hookups for a few days. Also, no cell service and no wifi. You are allowed to run your generator from 12noon - 4pm only. Minor inconvenience and totally worth it to be there. The camp sites are amazing ... very large with picnic tables, fire rings and grill and each is landscaped to preserve the natural foliage. And everywhere you look you see the magnificent red "hoodoos" and red sandstone cliffs that are part of the natural beauty of the area. Kodachrome welcomes everyone: tenters, smaller camping vehicles as well as larger rigs. We were the only motorhome there at the time. Each site feels very secluded and private. There are large and clean bath houses to use if needed.
The park itself has many hiking trails of various length and difficulty. The red rock formations of the area are just gorgeous and a joy to view out your window.
It rained the later part of our stay and didn't stop! So, with no wifi or cable, gin rummy was the entertainment for the evening. It was a good lesson in bringing a couple of board games with us "just in case."
The park is dog friendly (leashed) and our little one had a ball on the hiking trails or trying to chase the large rabbits that live there.
September is a perfect time to be in Utah ... warm / hot during the day and cool at night. Great sleeping weather!
It snowed in Bryce Canyon when we were there while we, in the valley, had rain only - and a bit of hail!
I definitely want to come back to this state park. Rustic and gorgeous natural landscape - Mother Nature at her finest! - Rdtrip04