It’s late October and by this time Bryce could be cold and full of snow as we had discovered in previous years.  But this year we lucked out and had beautiful, dry weather and sunny warm days and the nights were down to freezing.  We had wanted to stay in one of the two campgrounds within the national park (North or Sunset Campgrounds) but we knew Sunset Campground was for short rigs and North Campground only had a few sites large enough for a 40′ rig.  So we opted for Ruby’s RV Park in town just 1/2 mile north of the national park entrance. It worked out perfectly for us.

 

Ruby’s Inn RV Park is a large RV park with multiple sections including the up front sections which are more narrow and shorter but have a very nice campground feel with lots of trees. This area is more for the smaller rigs.

 

The back of the RV Park has a very large, fairly new, level area for big rigs. Perfect for us.  The sites are nice and wide and have a lovely grassed area with a picnic table and fire pit. This area has great maneuverability with nice wide roads and plenty of space to turn. Yay!! And as much as we love trees, especially in the summer months, this part of the park has only a few trees whereby aiding in maneuverability and in obtaining satellite signals.

 

RV Park: Ruby’s Inn RV Park and Campground
Location: Bryce Canyon City, Utah (one half mile north of Bryce Canyon National Park entrance)
Site: 238
Cost: $49.36
Services: FHU (50AMP)
Comments: A lovely RV park and campground with wide, level sites in the big rig section. The national park shuttle stops right in front of the RV park for easy access to the park. WiFi was OK but not great especially in peak times.  Staff was friendly, helpful, and efficient.

 

The park worked out great for us and we would definitely return especially after we took a drive through the North Campground and realized it was a bit tight and packed together for big rigs. The sites for big rigs were parallel to the road and would have required some maneuverability around trees.  But being right in the park would have been ideal.