Utah Recommendations

Last Updated 9/05/2008

Within a mile of Bryce Canyon National Park. The Bryce Canyon shuttle stops at the campground. A complete campground with associated restaurant, store with groceries and fuel, all within easy walking distance. Daily price was very reasonable for a campground so close to a national park. Most sites are under a pine canopy. Campground is at 7900 feet. It is rarely hot, and usually cool at night. Showers and laundry are exceptionally good. When we were there, there was WiFi at a hotspot only (near the office).  Staff is very helpful. This family owned business is older than the national park. Campground allows dry camping (no hookups) and always has dry camping sites available.

All hookup sites are usually taken all summer and through September, so do not plan on arriving without reservations unless you are willing to dry camp.

Cabins do not have water or their own restrooms. Tipis can be rented.

Bryce Canyon shuttle stops at edge of campground.

Open April through October.

Repaired our furnace at a reasonable price without trying to sell us a new one. The repairs required considerable ingenuity.

Ruby’s Inn Campground (Bryce Canyon)

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High quality food with prices to match.

Bryce Lodge Restaurant, Bryce UT

Complete tourist facility with lodging, food services (full restaurant and fast food), fuel, campground, grocery store, high quality souvenirs, film processing, campground (see above); plus horseback, ATV and Helicopter tours. Even a rodeo.

Ruby’s Inn, Bryce UT