Tired of your daily life routines? Fed-up from your life? Need a break for peace of mind or are you thinking about some adventurous vacation trip? Then the perfect destination for your trip is Bryce Canyon National Park, where you can relax and have fun with the number of activities. This place has blessed with phenomenal natural beauty and peace, where you will forget all worries of your life and find connect with yourself and nature. So here next to a brief detail about Bryce Canyon National Park that will surely help to make your camping trip restfully.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce Canyon is one of the famed National Parks in the USA, has been established in the year of 1928, located in southern Utah and sprawling in the area of 145 km². This place is mainly known for its scenic beauty, Bryce Amphitheater, and crimson-colored hoodoos, which are naturally spire-shaped rock creations. There are some named points in the park like Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Inspiration Point and Bryce Point from where one can enjoy the sheath beauty of the place. Usually, there is no massive crowd like other places as this place lies in the remote area. For a day trip you can easily manage with things but for a camping trip with family or friends, you need to do some preparation for your comfortable stay.
A Camp stay with family or friends in Bryce Canyon National Park will make your trip unforgettable for life time period. An economical mode of traveling for your camping trip that will save your money and time surely is renting a car. Please note that we also offer a camping kit option with rental cars. The early sunrise times in the park fully enthrall. Tent house is a traditional way of camping and nowadays RV camping is in trend have all amenities like home. You can go with any of these two options which you feel more comfortable and enjoyable. There are two sights available for camping in the park- Sunset Campground and North Campground located in ponderosa pine forest. In day time you can relax and enjoy activities under the shades of ponderosa pine. Both locations are perfect for camping and nearer to the visitor center, general store, and Bryce Amphitheatre. The cost of stay is $15 per site/per night. There are facilities like drinking water, toilets, dump stations, restrooms but no hook-ups. There are limited seats for camping so it is suitable to do a reservation or go in early hours so that you can get a site for your camp easily. For bookings and other details, you need to contact at Visitor center. You can visit the website https://www.nps.gov/brca/index.htm call on help desk phone: (435)834-4747 and contact by email: email@example.com.
Sunset Campground has situated west of Sunset Point and approximately 1.5 miles away from Bryce Canyon Visitor Center. This campground has 100 sites divided into three loops- A, B, & C and closer to hiking trails so it is a plus point for those who are interested in hiking near sunset trails. Loop A is for RV campers, B&C is for tent camper and there are sites for two-wheeler disabled person also in loop B. There are 20 sites which are available by Reservations only in loop B and other sites are available on a first come-first to serve basis. Sunset campground remains closed from mid-October through mid-April.
North Campground is in the east, across the main road from Bryce Canyon visitor center. It has total 99 camping sites out which 13 RV sites offered by reservation only and 86 RV and Tent Sites available on a first-come, first-served basis. It has four loops A, B, C and D. A&B loops are for RV campers and C&D are for tent campers. You can avail discount if you have special park passes like senior pass and assets pass etc.