3 Parks near Bryce Canyon, Utah
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
Jun 2014 - $30.00
Very dusty and unlevel. We were assigned a spot that was approximately two feet from another RV. The other RV was backed in and we had to drive in. It took lots of effort to level the RV and it was very dangerous to step out of the RV as the ground sloped significantly. We could not initially use the sewer as it was so far from where we had to park the RV to hook to the water and electric. We had to travel to another town to buy an adapter to hook two hoses together. Not all sites were that way but several were. Wi-Fi was useless. Would not stay here again. - CJ0951
Jun 2014 - $32.00
About 6 miles from Bryce Canyon National Park, this campground is full of large pine trees and well shaded. It's a bit small, but we were placed in site #E2, which was close to the front. We were immediately approached by a 'neighbor' who informed us that we were too big and needed to "go up the road where all the big guys go." We fit just fine and had plenty of room for our 41' RV and truck. Each site had a picnic table and cement fire pit. The only amenities were a small general store, a gas station without diesel, small restrooms, and a laundry room ($1.75 wash, .75 dry). The free WiFi was extremely fast and reliable. We didn't use our hotspot the entire time we were there. Considering the RV parks 'up the road' are either full-sun or won't accommodate big rigs, we would stay here again. - LifeRidingShotgun
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
Jul 2015 - $43.00
The best campground we've ever been to so far.
If you have a full functioned RV (have bathrooms and shower), ask to be in their overflow!!!! The wifi is amazing! You'll be right next to the router, but will have problems if you're in their main campground, also the overflow is nicer and quieter, we enjoyed it so much it was hard to leave, it's very specious
The staff that works there is the friendliest we've met.
We had beautiful well kept grass and trees on both sides. It's only half a mile from Bryce Canyon National Park entrance.
The weather was excellent between 50-75, sunsets are one of the most beautiful sunset places we've ever seen (beats the beach). - MikeMayNaama
Jun 2015 - $43.00
For us this was not the right park. We were placed in very back. The lots are very wide, but you do need to disconnect the tow or you stick out into the drive. If everyone angled into the space, then it might work, but the back lot is simply that - a big gravel lot. If you have a passle of kids and a couple ATV's and really prefer to use the head and shower on your rig, then this is the place. it was almost a half mile to the facilities (there is only one set for the entire several hundred site park and it is at the very front). It rained while we were there and the back lot became a mess since it is all red dust, sand and rocks. In my opinion, they need to fire the accountants and hire some customer service folks in the management ranks. It is a great location for Bryce Canyon NP and that is the only reason we stayed. Next time, we will drive a bit further. - TBBGII
Jun 2015 - $43.00
This seems to be a love it or hate it RV Park. The bad: Can you say Commercial? Ruby seems to own everything and everyone in the area. You get a restaurant with lukewarm buffet food, overpriced essentials (24 count water at $7.99? Seriously?) at the Camp and Chinese-made trinkets at the General store. And yet the staff all seem happy and strangely serene. Very odd. There is no cable or TV. The good: check in was fast, and our full hookup site worked well. Shower house was adequate but not especially clean. Laundry was expensive ($2.50/Wash) but worked well enough. Camp store has all the essentials and more, at a high price. Bottom line: Ruby's is a low quality 'package' experience at a premium price. - Llando88