Camping in Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon: Camping

Two developed campgrounds are located inside Bryce Canyon National Park. Many others are located nearby.

North Campground
North Campground is closest to the general store. It has 107 sites in 4 loops; A, B, C, D. At least one loop is open year round. There is no sewer, water, or electrical hook-ups available. Just south of the campground there is a dump station available for a small fee of $2. Cost is $15 per site/per night.

Sunset Campground
This campground is closest to the best hiking trails, which begin and end at Sunset Point. It has 101 sites in 3 loops; A, B, & C. All sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are not accepted. Two wheelchair-accessible sites are located in Loop A. There is no sewer, water or electrical hook-ups available. A dump station is available at North Campground for a $2 use fee. Cost is $15 per site/per night.

Both campgrounds are located in inside the park, in Ponderosa Pine forest habitat giving them a similar appearance. All sites are limited to 10 people, with no more than 6 adults (ages 16 and up are considered adults), 3 tents and 2 vehicles and cost $15 per site/per night. A Group Site is available at Sunset Campground. The Group site is for a minimum of 7 individuals, cost for 7 individuals is $40.00 plus $3.00 per individual (age 16 yrs and older), Maximum of 30 people. Cost is per night.

You can check availability and book online for Bryce Canyon campgrounds.

See our list of campgrounds in the Bryce Canyon Area.



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