Escape oppressive summer heat by camping at one of the Bryce Canyon area’s full-service campgrounds!

A Bryce Canyon camping trip is a perfect summer vacation if you would like to escape the pressures of city life as well as hot summer temperatures. If you are looking for full-service campgrounds in the Bryce Canyon area, choose Ruby’s Inn RV Park and Campground or Bryce Canyon Pines RV Park and Campground, two members of the Bryce Canyon Chamber of Commerce that offer great amenities that will make your Bryce Canyon camping experience more enjoyable. All of the sites in both campgrounds offer full hookups for RVs. Each one features restrooms with hot showers, a camper store, access to swimming pools, and adjacent outfitters that offer guided horseback rides, a perfect addition to your itinerary.

Your Bryce Canyon camping vacation will put you close to one of the most amazing scenic spectacles in the American Southwest – natural amphitheaters of colorful rock spires and pinnacles that range in color from pink to red to chalky white. Most visitors view the park’s breathtaking scenery by strolling along the rim or stopping at some of the 14 viewpoints along the park’s 18-mile scenic drive. Others choose to take advantage of the expertise of local outfitters and book a guided ATV tour, a guided horseback ride, or even a scenic flight, all of which provide different viewpoints for enjoying the Bryce Canyon area’s scenery.

If a Bryce Canyon camping trip is not your style, Bryce Canyon Chamber of Commerce member hotels offer everything from secluded rental cabins to standard rooms at rates ranging from $40 to $160 per night. If you are looking for the best rates for lodging during the summer, plan your trip during the week as weekend rates are more expensive. Off-season rates are particularly cost effective. In the winter, a dusting of snow on Bryce Canyon’s hoodoos puts the park in an entirely new perspective, especially for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing enthusiasts. Many Bryce Canyon Chamber of Commerce motels offer guests packages that include ATV tours and horseback rides and meals at local eateries. Whether you are camping or staying in a motel, the Bryce Canyon National Park area is an excellent place to visit anytime of year!