Stayed 4th of July weekend. It is 1st come 1st serve, we got there around 7 am and there were many spots to choose, we actually got one someone was just leaving, #72( very isolated).
There were people coming in around 11am and later looking for spots and there were none left, so get there early. Some sites are not secluded and kind of close to each other, other ones are large and more private. $15 per night and the rangers are on site.The restrooms (which are flush toilets) are the cleanest I have seen. The rim is a few hundred feet from the campsite, the store and lodge are within walking distance as well. Two days in a row it clouded up and rained for an hour or so during the after noon, which we liked (being from Vegas) we took the opportunity to go in the tents and nap (awesome). The coolest thing was before it rained we saw the rangers come around and put peoples stuff in their tents that was left out, such as food and clothing so it wouldn't get wet or blown away, very cool. The store has showers which were also clean and the lodge has a restaurant and a pizza place if you desire. We came from Vegas and went through Zion, the campsites there are so close an no privacy, so we moved on to Bryce. The drive from there to Bryce was about an hour on route 9, but the road out of Zion has sharp curves and a lot of switch backs and a long narrow tunnel that we were told gets backed up later in the day, there was no one on the road when we went through around 6am. Going home we took route 20 to I15 which time wise was quicker.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A popular campground offering 125 campsites. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- North Campground Hotel Bryce Canyon National Park
- North Campground Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah