Bryce Canyon National Park Feature
Best Campgrounds in Bryce Canyon
The two campgrounds in Bryce Canyon National Park fill up fast, especially in summer, and are family-friendly. All are drive-in, except for the handful of backcountry sites that only backpackers and gung-ho day hikers ever see. Both campgrounds completed a welcome renovation of their restrooms and shared facilities in 2012.
North Campground. A cool, shady retreat in a forest of ponderosa pines, this is a great home base for your exploration of Bryce Canyon. You're near the general store, trailheads, and the visitor center. Main park rd. ½ mile south of visitor center 435/834–5322.
Sunset Campground. This serene alpine campground is within walking distance of Bryce Canyon Lodge and many trailheads. All sites are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Main park rd., 2 miles south of visitor center 435/834–5322.
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