- Reviews: 1455
I don't recall any motel...
I don't recall any motel names, but Mount Carmel Junction offers a choice of moderately priced accomodations and eateries. It is an excellent location from which to visit both Bryce Canyon NP and Zion NP.
- Reviews: 657
BEST WESTERN RUBY'S INN: CHOICE LOCATION NEAR ENTRANCE TO BRYCE CANYON
Let me put it this way. Ruby's Inn has it all and is located only one mile from the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park. A hotel, a campground and RV park. Inside the entrance building is the reception/registration area, an on site travelers store for needed items and tourist trinkets and restaurant. It is an easy drive to not only Bryce but to the Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument and Scenic Byway 12.
A great indoor swimming pool and spa to relax in and a complete general store. It is a non smoking rooms hotel. A/C rooms and High-Speed wireless internet. Even a Laundromat in on site.
- Reviews: 32
Panguitch Inn: Accomodation near Bryce Canyon
Very nice, small motel.
Cheap and nicely located when you travel from Zion NP to Bryce Canyon NP. It's about an hour drive from Zion and very near to Bryce Canyon.
- Reviews: 264
Grandma and Grandpa Francisco's: really nice B&B
this place is really nice - its at tropic - which is near bryce canyon - the B&B is beehind a big motel called bullberry inn or something like that
the breakfast is really nice as well
they have a farm with all kind of animals and hot tub
- Reviews: 107
There are two campgrounds in Bryce Canyon National Park, North and Sunset Campgrounds.
North Campgrounds (Open Year Round) is located East of Park Headquarters. It is at an elevation of 8,000 feet. There are 55 tent sites and 55 RV sites with no hookups. There are picnic tables, drinking water, toilets and showers.
Sunset Campgrounds (Closed in Winter) is located two miles South of Park Headquarters. It is at an elevation of 8,000 feet. Sunset Campground has 101 sites available on a first-come, first-served basis; Located opposite Sunset Point approximately 1.5 miles south of the Bryce Canyon Visitor Center. Sunset Campground is closest to the best hiking trails which begin and end at Sunset Point.
I've stayed at both campgrounds and they're equally great!
Reservations can be made 240 days in advance for May 15 - September 30. NOTE: an extra booking fee of $9 is charged per reservation (i.e., a reservation for 2 nights stay would cost $10 + $10 + $9 = $29). Campsites not reserved will be awarded on a first come, first served, nightly bais only.
- Reviews: 107
Bryce Canyon's backcountry is a primitive area and managed according to regulations that protect its wilderness values. Backcountry camping is allowed on a limited basis and only at designated campsites. A $ 5.00 backcountry permit is required. Permits are issued at the visitor center from 8:00 am until 2 hours before sunset.
- Reviews: 957
best western ruby's inn: ruby's inn near the park
it is the closest accommodation to the bryce canyon national park.
we only used it to sleep and that was good.
the breakfast was also good.
- Reviews: 7667
Various: Camping In and Near Bryce Canyon NP
There are two camping areas: North and Sunset in Bryce Canyon National Park both of which are first come - first served. There are also camping areas in nearby cities and in Dixie National Forest. I did not camp here but wanted to let you know what is available.
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