We only stayed one night but would have stayed more if we had more time in our schedule. This RV & camping spot is only a 15 minute drive from Bryce Canyon National Park so it’s easy to access the park. Let me first say the price was quite reasonable.
The owner describes the units as somewhere between camping and lodging in a cabin, with extra amenities of comfort while remaining off-grid. That means no electricity in the tents, and bathrooms are shared. In return, you get a comfy bed under that expansive star-filled sky.
Set-up camp at one of Ruby’s beautiful campsites nestled in the pines. Although it is convenient for campers wanting to explore Bryce Canyon, Red Canyon offers its own unique beauty. Many people camp here to [pii_pn_fe6824e30ba5faa24a6d] enjoy the surrounding scenery and trails, some of which leave right from this campground. For more information on the area, stop by the Red Canyon Visitor Center, just two minutes west of the campground.
When a structure can pass all those points, it should be a great place to call home for the duration of a camping trip. There are many different types of RVs, or recreational vehicles, available to camp in. There are full-size mobile homes, pop-up trailers, pull-behind campers, and much more.
You can reserve a site here up to four months before your arrival, but group sites can be booked 11 months in advance. This scenic little park, with dramatic stone spires in vibrant orange and cream colors, is well worth exploring in its own right. Drive time to Bryce Canyon National Park is about 35 minutes. If King Creek Campground is full, drive a bit farther along, and you’ll find 10 additional sites along the side of the road. Five of them (1,7,8,9 & 10) are intended for single units and five (2,3,4,5 & 6) are intended for multiple units. Reservations for the Sunset Campground and its 110 sites, are available on a six-month rolling basis from May 20th to October 15th.