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Plenty of available sites, many drive through. Many could accommodate our 35' motorhome. Among the tall pines yet enough sunlight for solar panels. Four bars of AT&T 4G. Ten miles to Bryce Canyon visitor center and 9 miles west to the Red Canyon visitor center.
Off-road vehicles are…
Really quite and peaceful, absolutely loved it. Will go back for sure. A river runs through the camp ground.
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Easy to find! Easy to get to, plenty of great little spots to hang out.
It was a little dusty for us, even when cars weren’t turning up the dirt roads the dust almost seemed to hang in the air.
If you have things to do in the area, you can’t go wrong staying here. And if your just passing…
Off Hwy 12, onto FR294, 1.8 miles, turn right onto Tom's Best Spring Road (FR117). Drove about 2.2 miles down a wide, well-maintained gravel road (FR117), turned right onto FR 268, drove about 0.5 miles.
Gorgeous views of the mountains, meadows and woods! Secluded!! Never saw another vehicle…
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I pulled in around 5:30pm local time and there were 5 spaces left. I did end up near the bathroom but I don’t really care about that. Camp ground staff was pleasant and helpful. Women’s bathroom/showers are to die for and well worth spending the $40 for the night. (I am only hooked up to electric).…
This quickly became one of our favorite campgrounds. It’s right next to the canyon so you can walk for about 2 min to get to a beautiful view. There is a utility sink which always makes life easier and really great bathrooms. There are also coin-operated showers and laundry at the general store…
This place is big, but doesn’t feel that way. Roads wind around pines with sites tucked in. A bit close together, tho. Good facilities and wifi.
Stopped here for a night and a bit of hiking. Found the camp to be well kept up and beautiful. The facilities were great, the showers were surprisingly fancy. The camp was quiet and sites were well spaced. Some site are in the foliage with more shade, and unfortunately more bugs (but not too many).…
Not within eyesight of the main attraction of Bryce, but is hiking distance. Overall spacious for a major national park and well maintained. Close enough to the viewpoints that a quick drive for sunset/sunrise is a breeze.
We needed an easy to get to area on the way to Kanab to stay. Our kids 7 & 4 wanted to “practice backpacking” so we found a good spot to park and hiked up a little ways. Perfect location, easy to get to and everyone was kind and courteous. There were plenty of areas to camp.
Great campsite. Well defined and spread out campsites! Be prepared to be a bit sandy!
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Great off grid sites (kinda...still had cell service) and huge sites!!! Plenty of room and no noise. General store right past entrance if you are coming from Zion. Wish we would have known that! Lol!
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Best reason to love this campground: they have a shuttle that picks you up from the campground and takes you into Bryce Canyon National Park. You don't have to worry about driving in the NP, parking your car, etc. It's a great shuttle service that we used and would highly recommend.
The only downside is that it’s kind of close to the freeway so you hear the cars passing in the distance but it’s not bad. The road is easy to travel in a front wheel and lots of isolated locations.
Stopped here for a night while visiting Bryce Canyon and Red canyon. It’s right in the middle of both red and Bryce Canyon so great location. No hook ups, water or bathrooms so come prepared. Very quiet and peaceful here. We enjoyed our stay.