This campground, set within Bryce Canyon National Park's limits, is a beautiful setting to nestle into while visiting the park. The hundred or so sites that are available are among the terrain typical of Bryce Canyon's surroundings, pine forests. Sites here are a bit closer together than sites at North Campground, and better suited for tents or smaller RVs. Loop A is designated for RVs, while Loops B and C are available for tents. Loop B offers a handful of sites via reservation, so book early. All other sites are first come, first served. Sites offer level asphalt pads, picnic tables, fire rings and pretty scenery. No hookups are available here. The campground is separated from Bryce Canyon by the main road that takes you along the canyon's rim and is about two miles from the Visitor's Center. North Campground seems like a better choice to me, with slightly roomier sites, better
maneuverability within the camp and easier access to the rim and Visitor's Center. Shuttles during the peak season (May through September) offer easy access to points along the rim and the Visitor's Center. This campground closes during winter months (typically October through April).
Best Sites: All
Poor Sites: None
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Main dump at North Campground during summer only.