June 19, 2021 - reviewed by whitney oliver
The views aren't the best but it's an easy park to navigate, not the biggest spots but fine for our group of 7. Private showers were awesome and much needed. They have family ones as well which would be nice for families with littles. Pool was great for cooling off, hot tub was unneeded but nice. Lots to do just a short walk away, ice cream, stores, diners ect. Very convenient. There is a rodeo Wednesday through Saturday for a few, starts at 7. We were super happy to stay here and would def suggest it esp to young families or families with teens. Shuttle stops right outside the gates to take you too and from Bryce.
October 27, 2020 - reviewed by Reed
We really like this park. Very close to Bryce Canyon which is a big plus. Lots of amenities plus premium spaces are quite large with a lawn, a pine tree, a very nice picnic table and fire pit. We paid $175 for three nights. Pricey I know, but we thought that is was worth it given the amenities, size and features of the premium spaces, general high quality of the park as a whole as well as it's close proximity to Bryce Canyon... which is stunning.
June 14, 2020 - reviewed by Baker’s
Great Place To Stay
We spent three nights while visiting Bryce Canyon. Check in was quick and easy. We loved riding our bikes around the campground, lake and town. The park is well maintained and bathrooms/showers were very clean. We look forward to our next visit.
September 11, 2019 - reviewed by Disappointing
Did not get spot requested, put us in their overflow lot. Didn't mention there is no showers or cable, and we paid the same amount as the guests with all the services. Not recommended !
July 22, 2019 - reviewed by Missy
A Little Frustrating...
Didnt get requested spot. Got put in a spot that was way to small and not a pull through as we requested. Had to ask for a different one. New spot is super uneven and literally door opens up to neighbors sewer line.
July 17, 2019 - reviewed by CAT
Great Location But Lacks A Little
It's right outside of Bryce Canyon which was great. The spaces are close together and very dusty. We were put right by the office so everyone driving in and out kicked up dust. The pool is not heated so it was freezing in July. But overall it was a good find.
June 7, 2019 - reviewed by Caltechgirl
Location, location, location! Can't beat the proximity to Bryce Canyon National Park. We reserved well in advance. Good thing we did because the RV spots are completely full. Nice showers and laundry. Small spot with full hook ups, a picnic table and a tiny rock fire ring. Very expensive for what it is, but location is worth it.
October 29, 2018 - reviewed by SPO
Great location with restaurants and stores around. The shuttles stop at the entrance of the parks. We weren’t too comfortable with running to the restrooms facing the highway in the middle of the night (just felt a bit exposed & not safe)!
The bathrooms, showers are good, staff friendly.
Would be good to have a few more bathrooms spread around the park.
July 25, 2018 - reviewed by Coco
Complete RV Resort
A true RV resort with all kind of amenities! Shade at most sites and very convenient to Bryce Canyon. Once you arrive you will not have to leave town for entire stay. Grocery store, dining, shopping, ATV rentals, horseback riding, shuttle service. Power and water pressure are very good. Would highly recommend!
June 18, 2018 - reviewed by Jess and Drew
Had A Blast!
The folks are super nice, there’s a TON to do, dog friendly, great amenities, had service the whole time, didn’t need the WiFi. Please take an ATV tour if you’re able, we almost did it twice it was so fun!
June 7, 2018 - reviewed by Nelson
Good Park But Impersonal
This park is large, and generally pretty nice. The bathroom and showers are clean. It is part of the Ruby hotel which has a lot of nice features. The shuttle for the park stops right in front. The main restaurant is very good, the fast food one is poor other than the pizza.
The reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5, is the help. They try really hard. But many are from the hotel side and don’t know about RV parks. I was told the showers are only up front. But there are showers in the back as well. Also they have many different levels of sites, and the staff don’t know how to explain the options.
May 30, 2018 - reviewed by P Finlay
Stayed here memorial day weekend 2018. Facilities in general are good but expensive for what you get. Gravel campsites, some not too level and small. Noisy from all the ATVs that use the CG. 5mph speed limit not observed especially by ATVs and even park personnel. Watch your kids
October 9, 2017 - reviewed by MMM
Nice And Pricey
We stayed here for one night. Expensive but close to the Bryce Canyon National Park and has its own shuttle stop. Very nice fire ring and metal picnic tables at every spot. Lots of spaces at this campground and even some teepees. Very Nice laundry and shower facilities - some of the best we've seen. Only complaint was that our spot had the sewer connection up at the front of the site - much too far to reach in a back in space. Very weird and we saw a few like ours around us. Paid $56 for one night.
June 20, 2017 - reviewed by Denise
Clean, gravel roads☹️, nice pool. A bit expensive and laundry was expensive. Walking distance to shops, food, and camp offers a free shuttle. Very close to park entrance.
May 17, 2017 - reviewed by CLC Carter
Cost includes cable! Large drive through sites. Clean restrooms and showers with laundry facilities on site. Outdoor pool closed in May but we had access to indoor pool at the hotel. Sewer hookups not threaded - strong wind blew ours out of the receptacle but luckily the valves were closed at the time. Very convenient to Bryce Canyon N.P. and shuttles (if you use them).
April 24, 2017 - reviewed by Eldad
Nice And Clean Place
It is a bit expensive, they are welcome a and the park is fine
April 21, 2017 - reviewed by Jerry C
Huge sites and the staff is VERY friendly! Enjoyed wildlife and a beautiful pond. Stayed four nights and looking forward to returning.
January 10, 2017 - reviewed by Scott
This place is nice but very expensive. Very large campground and you will only be a number here and not a person.
August 19, 2016 - reviewed by Two Lane Adventures
We Stayed In Newer Section At The Park
Our sites were huge! There was a large raised grassy area between each site, with a metal picnic table and sunken fire pit. We stayed for four nights and would stay again, it was on the shuttle route into Bryce, so e did not he to drive into the park everyday! Bonus!
April 24, 2016 - reviewed by Atomicmarshy
Leaves A Lot To Be Desired
Very expensive for what you get. No grass. Just dirt. Not much room between campsites. The fires pits are just small rocks. Would not return.
April 9, 2016 - reviewed by Lou
Found this very nice, clean and quiet. Would be 5 stars if they offered any sort of discounts, like Good Sam or a Senior discount. A little expensive.
October 3, 2015 - reviewed by Amy P
Convenient but Low Quality, High Price
No grass, little space between sites, and uneven parking spaces. However the free shuttle to Bryce National Park stops at the resort so it is very convenient if you don't want to drive through the park.
September 12, 2015 - reviewed by Tom
Bad Place - Ripoff
At $51 a night I expected more but this place isn't even up to minimal standards. Pot holes everywhere, laundry facility closes at 7:30, showers are sub par, no hot water, and soap shelves were broken off. I've been in 100's of RV parks, all of them less expensive as this one, and never had an experience this bad.
July 23, 2015 - reviewed by The Wellness Doer
Very expensive but they do offer clean restrooms with sinks, showers and a swimming pool.
Tent sites are ok, some of the very back ones are pretty with lots of space.
No actual fire pits. Pits made out of rocks and I would think for the price they charge for camping they could afford real (safer) fire pits.
We've only stayed here when Bryce Canyon sites were full.
They have TONS of sites.
3 stars because of price and lack of nice fire pits, other than that great place.