There is no doubt that camping at Bryce Canyon is the best way to experience the park, both in the day and the night! Pick up one of our luxury Sprinter Campervans in Las Vegas, and you are just 3 hours drive away from this incredible Bryce Canyon National Park, and its otherworldly red hoodoos and world-famous night skies. Below, we have listed our three favourite campgrounds close to the park entrance of Bryce Canyon- but note that if you are happy to be further away, your options will dramatically increase!
Rubys Campground is the perfect stop for the weary traveller, especially those coming from Zion’s or Capitol Reefs amenity-lite campground options. Ruby’s is a full amenity, all-encompassing area outside Bryce. They offer an excellent grocery store, showers, and even a restaurant at the camping area, but they also offer guided tours and one of the largest gift shops you’ll ever see near a National Park! Right outside the park boundaries, so no need to rush out of Bryce to get to camp, it’s not far. This is probably the best place to roll in and find an open site, though it’s always better to book online ahead of time.
Located next to each other and inside the park, steps from most of the starting points for hikes in Bryce, these are great campgrounds to spend the night at. These are a bit more rustic in that there is water available, but no hookups or amenities besides pit toilets. Due to their proximity to the park lodge, and hiking trails, they typically book up really quick, so if you want to stay inside the park, book here early!
Located in the Red Canyon of Dixie forest, this is a great first-come-first-served campground option for those looking last minute! With showers, pit-toilets and extensive trail options from the campground, this is a fantastic stay for those also wanting to be removed from the Bryce crowds, but with only a 20 minute drive into Bryce each day.