Ruby's Inn Campground & RV Park, Bryce Canyon City, Utah

Ruby's Inn is the closest campground and RV park to Bryce Canyon National Park without camping inside the park. Over 200 campsites sit just minutes from the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park amongst pine trees, yet have hookups, fire pits, picnic tables, access to laundry facilities, propane, camper's store, pool and spa, general store, post office, National Park shuttle (when in season: May-Sept) horseback rides and even a rodeo! Tent sites and tee-pees are available. RV sites are fairly close together, when compared to those within the National Park, however sites are more easily reserved here. We found our particular assigned site to be too tight to actually
park in, and opted for a roomier site within the nearby National Park instead.

Location
Hookups: Electricity, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes

2 comments:

Gary said...

Thanks for the post. I think we're going to Bryce Canyon in September and we'll have to think about staying here. Do you know of any rv parks St George Utah? We're also going to be stopping down there in September and we need some ideas.

CampCrazy said...

Hi Gary and thanks for your comment. September is a wonderful time to visit Bryce. Make sure you also try to get to Zion NP, Canyonlands NP and Arches NP...all faves of ours. As for St. George RV Parks, I've got a post on CampgroundCrazy for St. George RV Resort, just north a few miles in Hurricane right off the I-15. Good for an overnighter, but nothing too much more than that. Facilities are ok. I really recommend (and have a post about) Zion River Resort in Hurricane (off the 9 I think...closer to Zion). It has beautiful facilities and is scenic and is very close to Zion NP and not too far from the I-15. If you want to stay a little closer to the I-15 and St. George RV doesn't tempt you, take a look at a BLM camp (more rustic, but it looks beautiful...haven't been myself yet) right in St. George that is just off the 15. It is set back in a red rock canyon. It's called Red Cliffs and here's a link for you http://www.blm.gov/ut/st/en/fo/st__george/recreation/camping/red_cliffs_campground.html

Hope that's some info for you to ponder and if you have any other questions, please feel free to ask!