Bryce NP (Dixie NF) | Informal Campsite

United States

Details

Verified:
24 days ago
Altitude:
2326.6 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
nkuenzli

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Unknown
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Overnight camping is allowed in designated spots. Great for stargazing, You can see the milky way.

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Great place right outside Bryce Canyon. I stayed in spot 20. it's small and right by the road but far from other sites. it's not level but my van is higher in the back than it is in the front so it worked great for me. this spot is right next to a deer path I saw them coming and going each day I was here.

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Great dispersed camping just outside of Bryce. We stayed in #4 which was single vehicle but some have multiple fire rings. Good privacy and space between sites. There is a bike path right across 63 that takes you into Bryce so great access without having to leave camp. Road is a little rutted but easily accessible with 2WD or lower clearance. Showers and laundry at Ruby’s in town. Most spots are big enough to have some shaded areas and sunny but not super level. ATVs during the day but very quiet at night. Stayed 2 nights

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Still has road closed signs at both entrances on highway 63.

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Roads were still closed this time of year

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Bonne place, facile d'accès. terrain plat.
place pour de grands véhicules et plusieurs.
17 novembre -6°C la nuit

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we arrived in the dark and the first two spots were already occupied, we thought we found a pullout but weren't sure if we could stay. Recommend arriving early.

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I dont remember which site # I stayed at but it was in this area along this road, there was a fire pit and surrounded by forest/trees. I woke up to birds flying at/landing ontop of my car. Very nice and secluded, lots of space to park away from other campers

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Very small. I’ve counted only 4 spaces in 15 minutes on this road, all taken of course. So we slept at the parking lot entrance… so close to the national park entry, perfect to see the sunrise since the driving is so short.

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stood here two nights, first night with 2 others, second night alone. beautiful and quiet in the middle of the woods, huge flat place that could easily fit 8 campers and bigger rigs. road suitable for normal cars, had no Problem with my 2wd. shaded so its not imideately hot in the morning. 5 min to Park entrance

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Awesome spot. We took #3 and have it all to ourselves. Temperature is very nice and cool in this region compared to other Utah towns. We saw a sheriff drive past and check us out but no interaction was made. Saw other campers but they decided to go further than us.

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Started at site 2. The turn off is right at the parking lot for the park sign. it was raining off and on which made the road pretty muddy. I did ok in my Outback but saw two other vehicles turn around. Plenty of space for us to set up two tents, kitchen area, and groover over by the hill.

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This is a legal dispersed camping location posted by USDA. There are 26 marked sites in the forest.

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if you’re driving towards Bryce Canyon NP, make an immediate right before the Bryce Canyon NP sign. camp in designated areas only, but there are some large spots (be open to sharing)! we had site 3 to ourselves the first night, and then shared the space with one other car the other two nights. we had a friend get mega stuck in their motor home by coming in the other entrance. be wary if it’s recently rained. in our 2WD van, we had no issues coming down the road directly before the Bryce sign and picking the first spot available. it was hard packed road. there are spots scattered throughout the forest, but it’s insanely muddy and full of ruts right now.

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It’s open again, even if a bit muddy / some snow patches.
We were able to camp here with our 24” motorhome but would not have venture here if the road had been too wet.
Great place!

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Road 090 slightly traveled but snow not plowed, snow chains and tires with kick ass traction absolutely required. We didn’t stay cuz our 4x4 got stuck less than 200ft in even with snow chains

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Beautiful place. Dispersed camping allowed in designated spots. around 30 spots along the loop road. all with a decent privacy because they are far apart from each other. fire rings. close to np entrance, you can enter the bumpy dirt road right next to the bryce sign.

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This place is permanently closed.

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This place is permanently closed.

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-- TravelingOutsideTheBaatz --

** UPDATED**

a forest service ranger stopped in and notified us this place is closed. the are putting signs up.

no overnight parking in this entire area. please view pictures for update maps. They are handing out fines.

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-- Travelingoutsidethebaatz --

Nice sites all over this area. The GPS is right at the site we took. Left hand side as you come in FR090.This site is large enough for a big rig and flat.

The road in is in great condition and short. Less then 10 minutes from the visitors center.

Fast Verizon service. There was a lot of RV's out here, however the spots are somewhat separate from each other so you do have some privacy.

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stayed one night. many spots, some are really big. quiet. had T mobile service throughout, stronger signal toward the national park. road was a little rough but any vehicle should be able to make it. plenty of RVs and trailers around

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as described dispersed camping in the Dixie NF. the area is part of a system of ATV trails that go back a few miles. some no camping signs at a few sites but not all of them. Sunny, breezy and dusty. lots of people in big rigs and trailers with some tents here and there. stayed one night here.

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Hello
So lovely place to park your motorhome or plant your tent.
Take care with the dust and try to find a place a little bit far from the road.
And look from where come the wind for the dust...
Enjoy your Bryce canyon trip

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Lots of flat areas and just outside Bryce

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One of many dispersed campsites in Dixie National Forest just outside Bryce Canyon National Park.

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Lots of space and options for wild camping in this area. Could be muddy, but roads are good. Fast Verizon LTE signal.

Stars are amazing at night.

Showers available at nearby Ruby’s RV Park.

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