3 Parks near Bryce Canyon, Utah
Sep 2015 - $41.00
The reason you would stay here is location. It is convenient to Bryce Canyon NP. Otherwise, not much to recommend it, particularly given the price. The sites are not level, we saw many struggling to get level. Sites and driveways are dirt/gravel. Also, the driveways need to have potholes repaired. The toilets located among the sites are port-a-potties. To get to plumbed toilets and showers you must walk up to the gas station/office. The WiFi service was spotty. The laundry was fine. The associated motel down the road offers horseback rides to Red Canyon. However, the lady we spoke to couldn't tell us anything about the ride other than the facts, time, location, cost etc., and could not give us any encouragement as to why we might want to take this ride, so we didn't. - Coopsecondact
Sep 2015 - $45.00
We could not get level, high in back and sloped to the side. Hook-ups worked fine, gravel pads and roads so was very dusty. Park was quite and large pine trees for shade. Check in was easy and the staff was friendly. We didn't have any trouble getting to our spot with a 40 ft class as other people have stated. Sites were large with space between sites. Close to National Park entrance and store has diesel. - roaming around
Jul 2014 - $30.00
Stayed here three nights, would not stay again because of possible damage to RV or vehicle. This will test your nerves for driving and trying to setup. The owner needs to cut about 25% of the trees and a lot of them could be identified by the rub marks, and chunks of missing bark. You will not be escorted to your site. I don't think they want employees to witness damage to vehicles or RVs. Office lady told us how to get to our site and knew we were pulling a 36' fifth wheel. We could have possible made the pull in as directed if we would have been pulling a 10' popup. We circled the park dragging trees down the side of our RV and came in from another direction. We had a man move his truck and he helped us into the site. We used all the plastic levelers we had from two containers and finally got level. I think the last owner money put into this camp was maybe 1956. A small amount of money leveling sites and removing trees would greatly improve this camp to a firm 10. The WiFi was great. The garbage cans and the showers are 100 yds away at the store. - whit gentry
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
May 2016 - $49.00
Whole area is owned by Rubys - all facilities are local, but this is reflected in the prices. Shuttle bus to Bryce NP is at entrance to RV park. Helpful staff, but did not sort out problem with yappy dogs left all day alone in nearby motorhome. Fire pits no BBQ. Good WIFI. - PCP
May 2016 - $49.00
Lots of advice from staff about Bryce Canyon National Park, which made our stay all the better. Clean and easy access. Perfectly park close. Thanks. - david hayslip
May 2016 - $35.00
Good location of the RV park, walking distance from the shuttle to the park, which starts to operate from May 1st.
Friendly staff, quick service. Sites are nothing special, dirt/gravel and not quite level. Full hook-up, and we got a 50% discount on the second night due to their own 'spring special'. If you don't have the discount, value would be lower.
Good washing facilities. Poor wifi. Good coverage, but very, very slow. Sometimes not able to open any websites.
Location of fire ring was not logical, we almost had to sit on the road to enjoy our campfire.
There is a general store at the Ruby's Inn hotel, however 75% is gift shop and only 25% grocery store. Limited choice. - Leo22