When we got to Bryce Canyon, we checked ourselves into the North Campground. It is one of these places where you deposit the mloney in an envelope and attach the tab at the post of an empty space which is then yours for the duration. There are no hook-ups, but the campsites are in the trees, nicely spaced apart, and each one has a table and benches, as well as a small BBQ pit with grill. There are also restrooms and a dump station is located at the exit. It is but a few minutes walk to the 'rim' and thus to some of the trails. You can also take the free shuttle bus, of course, which stops very close to the exit of the campground. You can also walk to the general store within about ten minutes or so, depending on where exactly in North Campground you are.
As we had been approaching the park we saw a large number of RV parks with full hook-ups along the way not many miles from the park for those who want the full Monty, including Ruby's Inn right outside the park entrance.
This campground though is highly convenient, it's nice and clean, and quiet at night. I'd definitely stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A popular campground offering 125 campsites. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- North Campground Hotel Bryce Canyon National Park