Your Bryce Canyon camping experience will include all the amenities you would ever want when you reserve a site at Ruby’s Inn or Bryce Canyon Pines

The area surrounding Bryce Canyon National Park is an ideal scenic place to camp in order to escape hot summer temperatures. Its breathtaking displays of colorful rock formations and high altitude, alpine setting make it a perfect respite. Visitors will enjoy the ponderosa pine forests and wildflower-filled meadows that surround Bryce Canyon camping spots. While camping in Bryce Canyon, visitors may catch glimpses of the area’s wildlife, including pronghorn antelopes, golden eagles, and chipmunks.

When you are planning a Bryce Canyon camping trip, your first campground choices should be the full-service campgrounds at Ruby’s Inn and the Bryce Canyon Pines Motel, both members of the Bryce Canyon Chamber of Commerce. Surrounded by ponderosa pines, Ruby’s Inn boasts 200 campsites with full hookups, as well as shaded tent sites and large group sites. Its campground includes restrooms with showers, a laundromat, a camper store, a swimming pool and a hot tub. Bryce Canyon Pines Campground and RV Park offers 26 sites with full hookups, as well as restrooms with showers, a swimming pool, a hot tub, a laundromat and a camper store. The chamber’s member campgrounds and RV parks offer Bryce Canyon camping with all of the amenities you would want! If these two campgrounds are full and you do not mind a campsite with fewer amenities, Tropic Reservoir, Kodachrome Basin State Park, Red Canyon and Bryce Canyon National Park are home to campgrounds without full hookups.

Both of the chamber of commerce’s two Bryce Canyon camping destinations are home to outfitters offering horseback rides. Bryce Canyon Pines is the headquarters of Scenic Rim Trail Rides, which offers half day and full day guided horseback rides through Red Canyon. Some of the tours lead visitors to a former hideout of the infamous outlaw Butch Cassidy. Ruby’s Inn offers horseback rides and guided ATV tours that explore lesser-known scenic areas in the Dixie National Forest surrounding Bryce Canyon National Park.