North Campground in Bryce Canyon National Park. Restrooms and water with nearby dump site.
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Good access to visitors center and shuttles. Bathrooms clean and good to use. Campsites close together and some on a slant. First come until May so we had several options since we arrived around 1 pm. The place filled up pretty quickly. There is cell service.Report Check-In
Stayed at the North Campground in Bryce National Park spot 37 in loop B. Spots are pretty close together. We found a good one on a hill where we faced the fill and felt fairly secluded. Easy to access visitors center and shuttles. Only $15 each night with the lifetime senior pass. Need to be 62 to qualify.Report Check-In
Open during the winter season, so great for us shoulder-season travellers. Lots of availability as Bryce is COLD in March (it was -18 to -24 C overnight when I stayed here). Everything in my car was frozen when I woke up!Report Check-In
Very nice campground for $30 per night. First come first serve basis and it was quite busy for winter camping. Tents, Vans, RVs from all over the place. Toilets are clean, warm and functional. Separate fee to enter Bryce NP ($35). Gorgeous park and less busy than Zion NP. Well worth the visit.Report Check-In
Natl Park campground. Loop A first come first served. Convenient right in the park and just 0.4 mi to the rim trail. Easy access and all size rigs. Good Verizon LTE at the sites closest to the Visitor Center, weaker signal further in.Report Check-In
Stayed in B loop (only loop A and B were open). Camp spot are close and there is not much privacy at all. Dump station closed for the winter. There are several frost free valves but do not have threads. Nice flush toilets. Showers and laundry by the camp store.. did not use them. Nice walks from the campground!! $20 for tent site and $30 for RV. We were in our camper van and paid $20.Report Check-In
This is my 3rd night here and love it! Clean bathrooms and camp sink room to do dishes both with plenty of hot water. Nicely spaced and well paved spots. So many good ones, hard to pick. I took #13 with it’s easy access to Visitor’s Center and free shuttle so was able to go to hiking sites without breaking camp. If you need a shower they are at a different location but I highly recommend going to Ruby’s Campground instead of General Store. $5 for all the hot water you want! Well kept campground and hardly anyone here! Great internet, plenty of dumpster space at entrance, dump site in summer and nice camp host. Rained pretty hard off and on for two days and this was a nice place to be on black top rather than dispersed camping!Report Check-In
This place is a wonderful, peaceful camp (after Zion and its hordes). This campground right now is first-come, and is half empty. The rangers say it’s been like this — people are afraid to come in without a reservation. We scoped out the disbursed sights from Zion to here and they looked nice.Report Check-In
Beautiful campground right by the Fairyland loop (best hike in Bryce). Showers in the general store, get a token in the store $3 for 8min. A little weird that different vehicles pay different amounts for the same site but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯Report Check-In
Beautiful wooded campground with fairly level spaces. Very clise to visitor center and Rim Trail. The bathroom was sparkling clean ( smelled of bleach cleaner- which I love). We got site #12 which was next to water supply and fairly close to bathroom. Sites are nicely spaces apart, private. Sparsely occupied tonight due to nighttime low predicted to be 18 degrees. RV s under 24’ allowed only.Report Check-In
Loop A is open in Winter. Came mid-week and lots of spots during the day but as the sun set the campground filled up so don't show up late expecting an easy spot. Bathrooms are nice and the sink area has hot water. Spigots of fresh water outside are good for filling large jugs but you can't attach a hose.Report Check-In
The bathrooms are really nice- heated AND with heated water! Felt like a luxury on the cold snowy 10F night we stayed. $20 for a tent or sleeping in your car, $30 for rvs and campervansReport Check-In
First come first serve. $30/nt no hook ups. We arrived around 11am on a Thursday morning and still has about 4-5 spots on Loop A where generator use is allowed for RVs longer than 20 ft between 8am -8pm. A bit tricky to level. Pleasant campground and Visitor center is just across the road. The Sunset CG where we intended to check in was closed at this time. Staying 2 nights before moving on to Kanab.Report Check-In
North Campground in Bryce Canyon National Park. Restrooms and water with nearby dump site.Report Check-In