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Reviewed 25 October 2016

Okay, just got back from my first trip to Bryce (October 20-22, 2016). No reservations and when we got there around 9, there were tons of available sites...we visited North Campground first and then settled on Sunset because the sites were less sloped.

I don't know if it's the campground hosts doing all the work, but wow was this well-kept. They came by and peeked into our fire pit to see if it needed cleaning (saw them doing this on other empty sites), and I swear that every time I walked into the bathroom or the cleaning room, it was as if it had just been cleaned. And the facilities were new, and HEATED...and since it was getting into the low 30s, the warmth was so welcome. Oh! And the lights turn off at night (they are automated...when you step in, the lights turn on)...so there's no glare at night. And the sites in general are spacious, with tables and fire pits. And the campground is very quiet at night.

Sunset is also easy walking distance to the shuttle and to Sunset Point. And the hiking is simply amazing.

I would definitely visit again.

One thing that would be awesome - showers! We did visit those at the General Store (heaven!) but it would be great to have them available at the campground.

  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled with friends
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3  Thank VelvetPaws
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Reviewed 20 October 2016

I tent camped at Sunset Campground at the end of August solo, and felt perfectly safe as a single traveler. It was very convenient to be able to reserve a spot in advance because I was arriving in the early evening. It was perfect camping weather at Bryce Canyon- warm days (70s) and cool nights (40s). It was a pretty quiet campground because most people were off seeing the sites. Don’t be surprised if you see an antelope or a deer roaming around! The bathrooms were very modern & clean and conveniently located for all campsites (I was at site B267). The bath house (showers) are located at the General Store, so you have to drive there (open at 8am); and there is a walking path and a shuttle. The showers required special coins which you purchase at the General Store. The General Store had a wide variety of camping supplies (fuel), some clothing, food (prepared), snacks (healthy & otherwise), fruits & veggies, coffee/soda. Since I got up early to catch the sunrise, and the store/shower didn't open until 8, I found this was also a good spot to make breakfast (there are picinic tables and plenty of parking here early in the morning). My first evening I arrived 5ish, so I set up my tent and had a fantastic dinner at the Lodge that night. The next night I made dinner and then headed to a Ranger Talk (on Dinosaurs) at the Lodge.

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled solo
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5  Thank Liz L
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Reviewed 11 October 2016

We struggled to find availability for this campsite and after staying we realised why – it was fabulous! We only regret we couldn’t stay more than 2 nights.
The campsite was managed wonderfully – we received all the relevant information so it was easy to find our spot even though we arrived late in the evening.
We had a very large space so it felt as if we were alone in the woods yet all the facilities were within easy access. Our site was nice and flat, had a big table and a fire-place which was fabulous to spend the evening around. The bathrooms were large enough to serve the campsite, super clean and heated! It was quite cold during our stay (29F) so it was lovely heading to the bathroom in the mornings to warm up. There was hot water – also for the washing up!
There are no showers on-site though – understandably considering the pressure on resources. The closest showers are in the general store.
It was a short stroll to the Sunset/sunrise viewing points and we used the wonderful shuttle services most of the time – great idea to help with congestion and noise. The shuttle runs regularly and stops at all major points.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 September 2016

We stayed at Sunset campground for two nights visiting Bryce Canyon. The campground was nice with clean restrooms and sinks to wash dishes. Showers and Laundry were available at the General Store. Campground is not exactly beautiful in itself the Bryce Canyon is gorgeous with very interesting geologic formations etc. Definitely worth the visit.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 20 September 2016

Really??? $30 per night for no facilities and no showers, on top of the $30 entrance fee to the park? Ok...the restrooms were clean and so was the campground. Location was good and it was quiet. However, I've stayed in nicer campgrounds in national parks that were less expensive and had better amenities. Camp hosts were extremely friendly and helpful.

Found it nearly impossible to make reservations online for any campsite in the park even going through recreation.gov.

Other campers need to slow down when posted speed limit is 10mph and they kick up dust coming in at 20-25mph.

Way too many rules and park rangers that have chips on their shoulders but I suppose with this many tourists and freaking foreigners, they have to be tough.

Bryce Canyon scenery is breathtaking but camp elsewhere if you want to save some money.

Stayed: September 2016, travelled with friends
Thank DorminR
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