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Review Count: 1
States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: 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. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Bryce canyon, Zion, Grand Staircase, Cedar Breaks, and lots of forest and state park areas.
Review Count: 8
States Visited: 5
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: 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. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.
Bryce is set up with a very easy drivable sight-seeing route. We were so close to the park and don't usually do things the night we get to a campground. But we took the driving tour at 5pm and it was awesome. The lighting on all the scenery was incredible. And given the time of day, it was so NOT crowded.
Review Count: 48
States Visited: 19
Helpful Reviews: 7
Date of Stay: April, 2017 - $35.00
This is our second time staying here. It was a lot cheaper this time as it was the off season and they had a good discount, but normally it's pretty expensive. We have a 41 ft 5th wheel and stay in the large RV lot in the back. The sites are very generously sized, and we loved the changes they made since last time. The sites now have a raised grassy area with fire pit and picnic table. It's wide open like a parking lot, but still nice because the sites are so large. Verizon 4G works pretty well and the park wifi is also not bad. In our opinion this is the best place to stay while visiting Bryce Canyon because it's as close as you can get to the entrance and even has a shuttle bus stop right on site. The shuttle bus wasn't running yet when we were there in April, but it was when we stayed there 2 years ago in the summer. It was very convenient to be able to ride the shuttle into Bryce right from the campground. I would recommend buying all your groceries before you get here. There is no place nearby to shop at. Ruby's has a grocery store where you can pick up items you may have forgotten but everything at Ruby's is overpriced so it's better to bring what you need before you get there. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Review Count: 18
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 5
Date of Stay: April, 2017 - $38.00
Reserved 4 nights and stayed here with another RV couple. Both of us each reserved a "big rig premium full hookup site with cable." When we arrived, the system/reservationist had put us in a thin pull thru site in the older section with no cable, while our friends were across the campground. Knowing we'd reserved a different kind of site, we requested that we be put in the type of site that we reserved. They accommodated that with only slight grumbles and "for no extra charge." Um, why would there be an extra charge for the type of site I had originally reserved...? The newer section in the back has HUGE sites. I'm pretty sure we could have fit 2-3 RVs in the width of the site we had. The length isn't a whole lot longer than 'regular' sites. Our 40' fifth wheel fit length-wise with a some space to spare. The road between the rows of sites is incredibly wide so if someone is sticking out, it's no big deal. We were in a site that did not have a built up grass area, it was just dirt from side-to-side, but that was fine for us because we have an extra vehicle, trailer and motorcycles. We had tons of room to park our vehicles with ease. The only negative I could see is that the fire pit was on the far side of the site so it's pretty far away from your own rig; closer to your neighbor's hookups. Also, the site was fairly unlevel; there were some dips. The backend of our rig almost touched the ground once we leveled, but it was fine. Hookups worked as expected. Pretty windy here at times (swirling dust). Nice trees around and a pond area. Less families/kids in the big-rig area so it was very quiet and dark in the evenings. Had a couple bars of AT&T LTE. WiFi was spotty. We were happy campers here! Super convenient to Bryce Canyon NP. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
The Pizza Place in Tropic was very tasty. Pie at Bryce Canyon Pines Restaurant was very good, and the food was okay.
Review Count: 34
States Visited: 18
Helpful Reviews: 5
Date of Stay: April, 2017 - $33.00
We stayed in the newer back section....this has to be the friendliest big rig campground I've ever been to....the new sites are huge, you could put 2 campers or class A's on one site....very level and all services worked great.....wi-fi was fine, good cell signal, ATT.....the restrooms are the individual type and there are plenty of them with plenty of hot water, very clean all around the campground and very convenient to everything including the park......the staff was very nice and the laundry facilities have a lot of washers with very big dryers and computers you could use for a fee, while waiting for your clothes.....not a lot of shade in the newer section which I feel is the only bad thing about this campground...would definitely stay here again..... We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.
This small town has everything you need while camping here, prices are a little high but they are the only place around so I understand....National park about a mile down the road.....
Review Count: 31
States Visited: 9
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: April, 2017 - $43.00
Nice quiet park, excellent facilities, easy to navigate. Staff was professional and committed to helping customers enjoy their stay! Lots of grass and trees. Full service camp/hike/grocery/souvenir/wine/liquor store(fair prices too) onsite. Excellent location to visit Bryce Canyon national Park. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Review Count: 60
States Visited: 21
Helpful Reviews: 5
Date of Stay: April, 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. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Review Count: 81
States Visited: 22
Helpful Reviews: 15
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $38.00
This is a clean, quiet park. Sites are non-level dirt and gravel in various lengths. Some sites have trees, but little shade. Each site has a picnic table and a stone fire circle. Voltage is good. I'd avoid site 130, which is the steepest site I've ever seen anywhere. Roads are asphalt or dirt in very good condition. Interior roads are a maze.
Verizon LTE works well. WiFi is Tengo. It's strong. I measured 104.7 kB/s down.
Laundry: 14 working front-loaders ($2.25), 10 dryers ($1.50 for 31 minutes).
Showers are clean and private; the water is very soft.
Staff are friendly and helpful. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 17
States Visited: 5
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $42.00
Nice large RV park. But check-in can be a mess as the process is extremely slow and lines form quickly. Also, everything in the park is dirt. It's nice dirt, but it is dirt. Good wifi, but not secure. TV via your RV digital antenna. The main thing about camping here is realizing that things are spread out so many services (laundry, pool, etc) is nearly impossible to use. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Also, this is Ruby's and everything is the town is associated with Ruby's, so services (food, gas, groceries, ATV's, etc) are on the high side price wise.
Review Count: 2
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $33.00
We really enjoyed our stay. We were in the older section of the park so we had shady trees around us. Wifi was good-just have to be a little patient in the evenings. Great tent areas away from the rv's. Bring your 50-30 adapter as many of the 30 plugs are cracked. Didn't want to chance it. Small front office so guests get stacked up quickly and needs a Rv check in area. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Travel Trailer.
It IS the town and shuttle to the NP is right in fromt
Review Count: 143
States Visited: 40
Helpful Reviews: 33
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $35.00
This is a huge park. Easy to get in/out as long the area around the office isn't too congested. Some interior roads are paved and some gravel. We were in the new area far away from the road so was very quiet. Very long, wide sites with big grass area between sites. Utilities worked well. Wifi worked well most of the time. Verizon signal good. Check the campground website for specials. I saved by doing this. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Check campground website for specials. Go into Bryce Canyon NP early to beat the crowd. Fairyland Loop trail is beautiful if you can handle a strenuous trail.
Review Count: 8
States Visited: 5
Helpful Reviews: 3
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $48.00
Had difficulty getting level. Had to reposition several times to get jacked up and not get an "excess slope" warning. Had to unhook the car to get into this pull thru due to obstacles. Free WiFi is a joke because it kicked me off after 5 minutes and I was not able to reconnect for 2 days. No cable TV and no over the air TV. Too many trees for satellite so no TV for 2 nights. Not much value for $48. There are other parks nearby that are more reasonably priced. I would not stay here again. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 4
States Visited: 3
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $45.00
RV park offers no discounts (e.g. Good Sams, FMCA, PA, etc.) and they're proud of it. Expanded part of campground is all dirt and gravel except for a patch of grass and rocks near most sites. Very dusty when motorhomes or garbage trucks are moving by. Wifi and telephone reception are the worst we've experienced in a year of fulltime RVing. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 29
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 14
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $36.00
Depending on how busy check ins are, it can take a while to check in. Our reservation was made about 6 weeks in advance and I advised the reservation person we had a 45' with a tow and needed a long pull-thru. When we arrived, we were booked into a 50' spot in the original campground with big trees and tight turns. Luckily our check-in guy was more savvy and knew what we needed and moved us over to the newer Escalante View section with wide roads and easy turns. Hi-def cable there was great, wi-fi was excellent, no issues with power and everyone was very friendly. They have a big awning warning....winds are always whipping there in the new lot. We put out our small ones but didn't even consider opening the big power one. Sunrise & Escalante Mountains view was excellent.
We had booked 7 nights but because of problems with shortness of breath at elevation we elected to leave after 5 nights. They refunded those two nights minus a $10 processing fee which we thought was fair. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.
Bryce Canyon NP a short distance down the road. There is a park shuttle stop across the street from Ruby's. One or two times we saw signs that Sunset View parking was full. Lots of folks used the shuttle and I'm sure it's mandatory during prime summer months. Some of the viewpoints have less than a dozen spaces. It's a small NP and can easily be driven in a day but it's such a stunning treasure, spend time and enjoy the beauty.
Review Count: 22
States Visited: 15
Helpful Reviews: 2
Date of Stay: October, 2016 - $39.00
Campground is very nice and the staff is excellent. Easy to move around the campground in our 34 ft mh towing a 14 ft trailer. We would definitely stay here again and already recommended it to others. We camped at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.
Bryce Canyon was beautiful and we used the convenient shuttle from the campground.
Bryce is set up with a very easy drivable sight-seeing route. We were so close to the park and don't usually do things the night we get to a campground. But we took the driving tour at 5pm and it was awesome. The lighting on all the scenery was incredible. And given the time of day, it was so NOT crowded.Marian P • May 2017
Bryce canyon, Zion, Grand Staircase, Cedar Breaks, and lots of forest and state park areas.quandoandlilmomma • May 2017
This small town has everything you need while camping here, prices are a little high but they are the only place around so I understand....National park about a mile down the road.....smoky40 • April 2017
The Pizza Place in Tropic was very tasty. Pie at Bryce Canyon Pines Restaurant was very good, and the food was okay.FrozenWaters • April 2017
The Bryce shuttle is convenient and the Rainbow Tour a good overview of the park. It is worth the hike down into the formations to get a complete experience of the place. Us old timers just had to take a lot of rest stops on the climb back up to the rim. Campground is close to Kodachrome Basin State Park also, and it is worth the trip.Pharmboy • December 2016
Bryce Canyon was beautiful and we used the convenient shuttle from the campground.msvacation • November 2016
Bryce Canyon NP a short distance down the road. There is a park shuttle stop across the street from Ruby's. One or two times we saw signs that Sunset View parking was full. Lots of folks used the shuttle and I'm sure it's mandatory during prime summer months. Some of the viewpoints have less than a dozen spaces. It's a small NP and can easily be driven in a day but it's such a stunning treasure, spend time and enjoy the beauty.monamonaco • October 2016
Check campground website for specials. Go into Bryce Canyon NP early to beat the crowd. Fairyland Loop trail is beautiful if you can handle a strenuous trail.cwier • October 2016
It IS the town and shuttle to the NP is right in fromtHondaman174 • October 2016
Also, this is Ruby's and everything is the town is associated with Ruby's, so services (food, gas, groceries, ATV's, etc) are on the high side price wise.Bruce of Port Ludlow • October 2016
Caught free Park Service shuttle right across the street from the park. If you walk across the street and catch the shuttle you're on before it hits all the other stops. You get a better seat! Lots of places to shop and eat out around this park. All within walking distance.MarBu • September 2016
Anyone who stays here is definitely here to see Bryce Canyon!storms • September 2016
Bryce Canyon (the shuttle stops in front of the campground) and the Red Canyon area are the highlights. There is an 11 mile paved bike trail that runs through the Red Canyon area.The Regans • September 2016
The bike path and shuttle service to Bryce Canyon NP run right through the campground. Very convenient. Groceries and supplies are extremely limited in the area. There are NO Walmarts or full service grocery stores within 60 miles. There is gas/diesel and auto/RV car washes.DAV53 • September 2016
There are no big supermarkets in the neighborhood.Peters 2016 • August 2016
See Bryce Canyon National Park, which is amazing! Don't take your RV inside though. Just up the road from Ruby's Inn RV Park is the parking area for the shuttles, including RV parking. Bryce is best seen by using the shuttles which run frequently and are easy to get on and off of at the sights you want to see. Do the Navajo/Queens Garden Trail--make sure you go down the Navajo and up the Queens Garden... Bring your camera! Also some water--trail is steep and it can be hot.Rhonda A • August 2016
Star gazing at night in Bryce. One the darkest place to do this. Amazing, and think Bryce was cool. Stop at Kodachrome Basin SP.NXTSTOP • August 2016
Go to Sunset point in Bryce canyon early morning or at sunset for the most dramatic views. The 1.5 mile hike thru "Wall Street" is well worth it and is a not real difficult. Ruby's general store has everything but for souvenir type things, go to the visitors center in Bryce park. Same stuff for 1/3 the price.desertcamper05 • August 2016
RVs larger than 24 ft can't park in a LOT of the places inside Bryce Canyon NP. We have a 30ft coach and a family member with limited mobility, and ranger at the entrance said, "You aren't going to be able to stop at any of the popular stops but go ahead and drive thru." So be prepared for an unwelcome greeting if you enter with a large vehicle. We still saw LOTs of beautiful sights at Bryce. Rubys itself has a lot of history, and the gift shop is full of information.vanvfam • August 2016
We ate at the Ruby's restaurant the first night and our food was cold and service was slow; not what we we expected - especially for the price. They charge a pretty penny yet our frozen vegetables were ice cold - and I do mean ice cold. Everything on the plate was cold - even the plate. They brought out new servings of veggies and mashed potatoes and they were also cold so we gave up. They could have just had an off night - everything else was wonderful.Rjjjbrown • August 2016
Rubys general store is big. They have everything. Thursday - Sunday there is a local rodeo.Gary man • July 2016
Since Ruby's is pretty much IT for staying in an RV while visiting Bryce Canyon, I suggest getting a space in the older area or the recently improved sites in Area 200. No dogs allowed on the new lawn areas. There is a nice Best Western Plus Main Lodge (Ruby's Inn) with pool and hot tub, and cabin or teepee rentals. They provide tent sites and group camping.Pamilu • July 2016
If available, ask to see the sites ahead of time, so you can pick one that fits your needsADMD • June 2016
This is a good base to see Zion and other of the many attractions in the area.aznumwa339 • June 2016
Bryce Point in the National Park was closed due to upgrades. It's a shame because this point has one of the best views of the canyon. Ruby's Inn has a very fine restaurant with a buffet if you are hungry. The selection of groceries in the General store is pretty skimpy and high-priced.RVRenter • June 2016
Nearest "real" grocery store is distant, so arrive supplied. We enjoyed hiking in Red Canyon nearby.Just Dave • June 2016
Ruby's is right at the park entrance. Store well stocked. The drive on Scenic Byway 12 well worth it. Make sure you eat in Boulder at Burr cross grill off Hwy 12.Cake on the beach • June 2016
Spend 2 nights and explore Bryce - one of our favorite parks of the Mighty Five.LON-DON • June 2016
Next door to Bryce NPPCP • May 2016
It is about Bryce Canyon National Park, but the local resort has all anyone needs.david hayslip • May 2016
Take the shuttle into Bryce. Just a short walk from the campsite. Dine in Ruby's Inn. Great buffet, or choose a la carte. Good food.Leo22 • May 2016
Inn' s restaurant is very good.NE Travelers • April 2016
We enjoyed Ebeneezer's Barn and Grill and the music show. We also visited Kodachrome Basin SP and it was worth the 25 mile trip.bdornbush • November 2015
For our tour to Bryce canyon, we appreciated the prior suggestion to go to the far end, Rainbow point, and work baçk as then all turn offs were then all on the right; really was a good approach. Would also discourage driving to Grosvenor arch in less than a 4 wheel drive vehicle. Be sure to see some of the Red canyon scenery too.nw explorers • October 2015
Right at the entrance to Bryce Canyon. Even a shuttle stop for visiting Bryce. Rodeo was fun. Two of our grandsons rode bucking calves and even got $3.00 "prizes." Western dinner show was enjoyable for the whole family.Colorado Springs Trailer fan • October 2015
Spend half a day at Red Canyon on Hwy 12 west of Bryce Canyon. Starting at the visitor's center, there are easy to moderate hikes among the hoodoos without the crowds of Bryce Canyon NP. Great photo opportunities. Staff there is very helpful.Bluegrass • September 2015
Bryce Canyon is great shuttle stopped out front of RV park store is next door.blowing weeds • September 2015
Bryce Cyn Nat'l Park, Red Canyonrvrrat520 • September 2015
The overflow is quiter since it's mostly seasonal employees that stay there, which means that they mostly every day working in the campground office, don't be turned off by that, it's different than permanent residents, they are all extremely friendly and good quality of people. Don't miss hiking at list once in the Red Canyon. Follow the road passed the cemetery to get to the Canyon rim!!! All we can see that it's absolutely spectacular.MikeMayNaama • July 2015
This is easily the most convenient to say when visiting Bryce Canyon. The Stone Hearth Inn in nearby Tropic has stunning views, excellent food and an attentive staff. It was very pricey but we felt we got our moneys worth.Meyer Camping • June 2015
We took the three-hour Rainbow Tour our first morning, which was very informative. The driver was knowledgeable about the hiking trails, so that we were better able to choose what we wanted to do later on our own. The shuttle bus is not only convenient, it lets you spend more time looking around, and reduces auto traffic into the park.Wv travelers • May 2015
Shuttle to Bryce Canyon right from here. Only a hop skip and jump to the park boundary. Plan to spend at least 4-5 days here to take in the whole area.ddrichter • May 2015
Shopped at Ruby's General Store and ate in the restaurant. There are shuttles into Bryce Canyon available for free. We drove our own vehicle but would consider the shuttles another time. They are big, enclosed buses provided by the park.Marilynintexas • April 2015
Seeing the sun rise over the HooDoos in Bryce Canyon is worth the effort. Star gazing at night is also phenominal. The walk to Sunset Point is a little shorter and not as crowded as the walk to Sunrise Point. The walk down into the Canyon between Sunrise and Sunset Points is also worth the extra effort as you make your way between the HooDoos down to the canyon floor and back up again.The Regans • November 2014
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