Campground Host (North Campground)
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General Park Information
By becoming a campground host at Bryce Canyon National Park, you'll have the opportunity to live in a place that some only dream of visiting. Bryce Canyon is best known for a vibrant abundance of Hoodoos (spire like rock formations)! Situated at 8,000 ft the park lends itself to a diversity of wildlife and plant life, fantastic dark skies, and geologic wonders that defy description.
Staff and visitors alike are regularly taken aback by the astounding landscape of Bryce Canyon. Bryce Canyon is not a single canyon, but a series of natural amphitheaters, carved out of the high plateau.
While Bryce Canyon is an unparalleled place to live and work, it does have its own set of challenges. We welcome over two million visitors annually. This visitation is concentrated to hiking adventures and viewpoints largely located along the 18-mile scenic drive and getting a coveted spot in one of our campgrounds can get pretty tricky in the height of summer visitation. Patience, and empathy for guests are key to a successful operations here at Bryce.
North Campground is the only reservation-based campground in Bryce Canyon National Park, administered through recreation.gov.
The campground is located across the road to the east of the Visitor Center and is comprised of 99 sites in four loops. Loops A and B are designated for RV campers. Loops C and D are for tent campers.
There are no sewer, water, or electrical hook-ups available for visitors. A dump station is available at the south end of the campground. Potable water is available near the dump station.
North Campground is close to the Visitor Center, General Store (showers), and the Bryce Amphitheater trail network.
Start Date - 2022-04-01
End Date - 2022-11-01
Activities include: Campground/Site Host;Campground Maintenance;General Assistance;Other
Hosts Housing Amenities: RV/Trailer Pads
About National Park Service
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Bryce, UT 84764
December 29, 2021
- Environmental Education
- Outdoor Recreation
- Water Recreation
- People 55+