About Bryce Canyon National Park Camping
Southern Utah is home to some of the best national parks in the US, and Bryce Canyon is no exception. Though sharing a state with parks like Zion and Arches, the relatively small Bryce Canyon holds its own. The park draws more than two million visitors per year to its camping and hiking opportunities.
While it has only a few campgrounds, they operate a large number of campsites between them. Sunset Campgrounds works on a reservation system for its entire season, while North Campground is open year-round, with reservations required from late May to the beginning of October. If you can’t get a spot, the best camping near Bryce Canyon is available just outside the park’s boundaries. Bryce Canyon City, UT, is just north of the park if you want something established. Boondockers will appreciate the vast quantities of BLM land.