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Reviewed 17 November 2016

You can't beat the proximity to the canyon, this campground is just at the top of the canyon rim. We walked right out of the back of our campsite, up a small hill and right onto the rim trail which leads you to all the...More

2  Thank Erik M
Reviewed 7 November 2016 via mobile

As soon as you enter the campground the first thing you smell are the very lovely green pines that surround every campspot. You are camping in the middle of the forest in Bryce. So much fresh air, we loved it! We were able to pick...More

1  Thank Aniek G
Reviewed 26 October 2016

An affordable way to stay in the park (tent sites $20 per night) with clean heated toilets. If you want to shower, you need to go to the park store near sunrise point and pay $2 for eight minutes of hot water. The $2 must...More

1  Thank Jessica H
Reviewed 8 October 2016

Clean, heated bathrooms were the height of luxury during our stay at Bryce! Amazing views of the stars, too, and MUCH easier to get in to than the more populous Zion and Grand Canyon parks. We drove in around noon in early October and were...More

1  Thank lizziemcmizzie
Reviewed 13 September 2016

The North campground is just inside the front entry at Bryce. It has two distinct areas once you enter, a loop or two to the left (only for RVs) and then up a dirt road hill are more loops (again, segregated to "no tents" and...More

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rcyang
30 October 2016|
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Response from Elizabeth B | Reviewed this property |
Not at all. There are, however, TONS of adorable chipmunks. :)
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michelle d
16 September 2016|
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Response from Elizabeth B | Reviewed this property |
We were there during the summer, but we got a spot arriving around that time. They said they barely ever "sell out." You should be fine!!
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"B40 and its neighbours along that part of the loop are well spaced, quiet and have a fair amount of privacy."
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"sites 105 and 106 rocked."
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"Several sites are adjacent to the canyon, but they are the first to go. Campground was full at 3:00p.m. each..."
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"If your tent camping don't pick a site on the top of the hill - can be windy."
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