Top 10 RV Parks Near Bryce Canyon National Park, UT

Top 5 reasons why it’s a fun place to visit:

  1. Horseback Riding Adventure
  2. Private guided hike with gourmet picnic
  3. Navajo/Queens Garden Loop
  4. Bryce Canyon Scenic Drive
  5. Sunrise and Sunset Point

List of top ten RV Parks in the Bryce Canyon National Park, UT:

(Disclaimer: information is a compilation of researched info as published online and does not necessarily reflect the experience or opinion of the author)

The RV parks have been ranked and are listed from “Most Recommended” to “Least Recommended” based on reviews, feedback, amenities, and preference. Cost was not the primary ranking driver. Please note that weekend RV families with children might have different needs than full-time RV “snowbirds”.

1. North Campground

Address: Hwy 63, Bryce, UT 84764
Phone: (435)-834-5322
Email: [email protected]
Hours: sunrise to sunset
Website: nps.gov
Specs
Pricing: $30/daily
Total RV sites: 50
Hookups: none, dump station available in the summer, potable water next to the dump station
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: No
Pets Allowed: Yes
Wi-Fi: No

According to the NPS site, located across the road to the east of the Bryce Canyon Visitor Center and is comprised of 100 sites in 4 loops; A, B, C, D. Loops A & B are for RV campers. Loops C & D are for tent campers.

North Campground

What makes this park unique?

This park is about 15 min walk to the General Store that has basic amenities, including coin-operated laundry, showers, firewood, groceries, and basic supplies. One can stay up to 14 days in a row for a max stay of 30 days a year.

Note: “RVs in Loops A & B of North Campground and Loop A of Sunset Campground only. No vehicles over 20 ft (6 m) permitted in Loops C & D of North Campground or Loops B & C of Sunset Campground.” (Source: Campground Regulations – Bryce Canyon National Park (U.S. National Park Service) (nps.gov))

What we like about it
  • Affordable
  • Fire ring
  • Dog-friendly
Drawbacks
  • Rugged
  • No hookups

2. Ruby’s Inn RV Park & Campground

Address: 300 South Main Street, Bryce, UT 84764
Phone: (866)-878-9373
Hours: none
Website: brycecanyoncampgrounds.com
Specs
Pricing: $49.95+/daily (depending on season and site), discounts available
Total RV sites: 150
Hookups: Full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: Yes (heated)
Showers: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes
Wi-Fi: Yes

Closest RV Park to the Bryce Canyon National Park, this park has all the amenities to unhook the RV, set up camp and stay awhile and take day adventures in the National Park to go hiking or for a scenic drive-through.

Rubys Inn RV Park and Campground

What makes this park unique?

This park is located 1 mile from Bryce Canyon National Park. All sites are wooded, shady and pull-through.

What we like about it
  • Group sites available
  • Location
  • Availability
  • Online booking tool (shows site and description)
Drawbacks
  • Sometimes the booking site assignment changes

3. Bryce Canyon Pines Resort

Address: Highway 12 Mile Marker 10, Bryce, UT 84764
Phone: (435) 834-5441
Hours: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Website: brycecanyonmotel.com
Specs
Pricing: $60/daily
Total RV sites: 32
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes
Wi-Fi: Yes (only at the store)

Located 6 miles away from the park entrance, this park is tucked away behind a gas station and stretched out throughout the wooded area.

Bryce Canyon Pines Resort

What makes this park unique?

This park is off the main highway (Highway 12), but it’s tucked away so that it’s quiet. There are paved walk trails that one can walk almost all the way to Bryce. This park is within minutes to the National Park and very spacious.

What we like about it
  • Nature and full hookups combination
  • Fire pits
  • Laundry
  • Spread out sites for privacy
  • Gift shop
Drawbacks
  • Bathrooms are adjoined to the gas station (safety and cleanliness issue)
  • Wi-Fi only available in the general store area

4. Bryce Valley Ranch RV and Horse Park

Address: 940 N Ut-12, Cannonville, UT 84718
Phone: (435)-679-8228
Email: [email protected]
Hours: unknown
Website: brycervandhorsepark.com
Specs
Pricing: $35.95-85.95/daily (depending on site)
Total RV sites: 130
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer), 50 Amp only available in 65 ft sites
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes (under 100 lbs.)
Wi-Fi: Yes 

This park is located 20 min away from the Bryce Canyon National Park entrance and about one hour away from Escalante Grand Staircase. The park opened in 2021 and the season is from 4/1 to 11/15.

Bryce Valley Ranch RV and Horse Park

What makes this park unique?

This is a new park with wonderfully clean amenities, a well-stocked store and great Wi-Fi (important for those who work remotely). The owners are really invested in making this park be a great experience for their visitors and are very knowledgeable about the hikes in the area, as well. A river flows at the back of the property. The park is surrounded by amazing views of mountains and rock formations.

What we like about it
  • Location
  • Clean
  • Friendly staff
  • Horse corral (in progress)
  • Store
  • Propane
  • Laundry
Drawbacks
  • Excessive rules (especially pet restrictions)

5. Cannonville/Bryce Valley KOA

Address: 215 North Red Rock Drive, 150 West 200 North, Cannonville, UT 84718
Phone: (435)-679-8988
Hours: unknown
Website: koa.com
Specs
Pricing: $66/daily (depends on site and season)
Total RV sites: 48
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: Yes (from 5/28-9/5)
Showers: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: Yes 

One of several KOAs in the area, this park is standard KOA fare with additional activities that are conducive to the location and fun summer activities for the whole family.

Cannonville Bryce Valley KOA

What makes this park unique?

This park tries to make sure that people choose to stay for a longer period of time by offering on-site amenities, such as catering and shuttle service. Although the pool is only open for a short season, this is a family-friendly campground with something to do for everyone.

What we like about it
  • Incredible views
  • Propane
  • Kitchen
  • Pavilion
  • Gift store
  • Shuttle service
  • Catering on site
  • Scenic tours available
Drawbacks
  • Expensive (but, typical KOA fees)

6. Sunset Campground

Address: Hwy 63, Bryce UT 84764
Phone: (435)-834-4765
Email: [email protected]
Hours: sunrise to sunset
Website: nps.gov
Specs
Pricing: $30/daily
Total RV sites: 50
Hookups: dump station and potable water on site during season
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: No
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: No

According to the description on the NPS site, this park is “[l]ocated west of Sunset Point, approximately 1.5 miles south of the Bryce Canyon Visitor Center and is comprised of 99 sites in 3 loops; Loop A is primarily for RVs; Loops B & C are tent-only. …Sunset Campground is close to Sunset Point and has a shuttle stop at its entrance.”

Sunset Campground

What makes this park unique?

This park is seasonal and open from 4/15-10/31. It does not have any hookups, but it is in the National Park. The max RV length is 45 ft, although there are visitors who struggle with the narrow roads and sites with a 24 ft trailer. Use discernment and inquire prior to arrival.

What we like about it
  • Stunning surroundings
  • Quiet
  • Fire pits
Drawbacks
  • Challenging to get a spot
  • RV size limitations

7. Coyote Hollow Equestrian Campground

Address: Coyote Hollow Rd, Panguitch UT 84735
Phone: (435)-676-2676
Hours: sunrise to sunset
Website: fs.usda.gov
Specs
Pricing: $13/daily
Total RV sites: 4 (max length 24 ft-class C)
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: No
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: No

This campground is about 10 miles west from the Bryce Canyon National Park entrance. It is close to the Red Canyon Visitor Center, which is open seasonally from may until October and is located by the famous red sandstone spires, interspersed with pines.

Coyote Hollow Equestrian Campground

What makes this park unique?

This park is for those who want to explore the area on a horse. This park has a very popular hiking, biking and horseback riding trail. There are only 4 sites available, there are no amenities and no garbage pickup (you must pack out).

Note: max length of stay is 14 days and up to 30 days a year.

What we like about it
  • Remote
  • Near to a popular trail
Drawbacks
  • Not right at Bryce Canyon NP

8. Bryce Pioneer Village RV Park

Address: 80 South Main Street Hwy 12, Tropic, UT 84776
Phone: (435)-679-8546
Email: [email protected]
Hours: 7:00 AM-10:00 PM
Website: brycepioneervillage.com
Specs
Pricing: not listed
Total RV sites: 
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: Yes
Showers: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: Yes (spotty)

Located 11 miles from the park entrance, this park has the necessary amenities to allow for a longer stay while enjoying the adventures that Bryce Canyon National Park has to offer.

Bryce Pioneer Village RV Park

What makes this park unique?

This 13-acre park prides itself on making the stay as relaxing and comfortable as possible. While there is a mix of RV sites and tent sites, there are hot showers, laundry and a heated pool and hot tub for guests to enjoy after a long hiking day at the National Park.

What we like about it
  • Close to Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Relaxing laid-back atmosphere
  • Grassy spots at each site
Drawbacks
  • RV length limited to 35 ft max
  • Pricing not listed on Website
  • Not well maintained
  • Sites are not level

9. Mammoth Creek RV Resort

Address: 5085 W Mammoth Creek Circle, Hatch, UT 84735
Phone: (435)-735-4902
Email: [email protected]
Hours: unknown
Website: mcrvresort.com
Specs
Pricing: minimum stay 4 nights: $200+tax/daily, $280/weekly, $800/monthly, $2300/3 months, $4500/6 months
Total RV sites: unknown
Hookups: full (30/50, water, sewer)
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: Yes

What started as an idea by a couple who was looking to escape the Nevada heat in the Utah mountains became an invite to become part of an RV community to share this lifestyle with others. Close to all the Utah National Park activities, this park is in a prime location.

Mammoth Creek RV Resort

What makes this park unique?

The first park that promotes and offers 3-6 months’ stay. This park is being promoted as a more cost-effective alternative to living in a brick-and-mortar home, with all the amenities AND a lifestyle in the mountains. This park is a great fit for anyone who wants to try out a full-time RV lifestyle for a bit.

What we like about it
  • Clean
  • Dog-friendly (fenced-in park etc.)
  • Ping pong
  • Horseshoe
  • Laundry
  • Fire pits
  • Conference center
  • Community greenhouse
Drawbacks
  • Longer stay encouraged

10. Dixie National Forest

Address: Dixie National Forest, Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: (435)-865-3700
Hours: sunrise to sunset
Website: fs.usda.gov
Specs
Pricing: $12-30/daily, based on site and location
Total RV sites: numerous
Hookups: no (dump station on some sites)
Pool/Hot tub: No
Showers: No
Pets Allowed: Yes 
Wi-Fi: No

Located about 15-20 minutes away from the Zion National Park entrance, this campground is in a great spot for prime access to all the sightseeing places while surrounded by nature.

South Campground

What makes this park unique?

There are numerous campsites throughout Dixie National Park that are about 15-20 minutes away from Bryce Canyon National Park. Some of the sites are dispersed camping for boondocking. Some sites have potable water and garbage disposal, as well as fire rings. All these sites are seasonal. For reservations and specific locations, check the website.

What we like about it
  • Location
Drawbacks
  • Getting a spot

TIPS TO GET TO BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK

Coming from South (from Salina, UT direction), one will travel via I-70 W toward US-89 S; coming from Las Vegas, one will travel I-15 N through St. George directly to Bryce. When coming from Flagstaff, one will travel via US-89 N; and when coming from Farmington, NM area, one will travel via US-160 W and then US-89 toward Bryce. When in Bryce, the best way for larger RVs is to find an RV park outside of the National Park because the roads in the park are often narrow and very winding.

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