Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground

Starting at $31.95

300 S Main St, Bryce Canyon City, UT 84764, USA
It can be a challenge getting a spot at one of Bryce Canyon National Park's campgrounds, especially during times when the campgrounds are first come, first serve only. But fret not! If you can't get into one of those campgrounds, Ruby's Inn and RV park will save the day! Located only a couple miles outside the main gate to Bryce Canyon, Ruby's offers a clean, family-friendly camping experience with more amenities than you typically get at most campgrounds. Best of all, you can grab the official Bryce Canyon park service shuttle at the campground, which helps you avoid the nightmare that driving and finding parking inside Bryce can be!


  • Heated Pool
  • Showers
  • Flush Toilets
  • Utility Sinks
  • Drinking Water
  • Campfire Allowed
  • Shade
  • Picnic Tables
  • Pets Allowed
  • Laundry Facilities


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A Perfect Slice of Bryce: The Figure 8 Combination Loop Trail

Bryce Canyon is one of the most unique landscapes in the world. One of the great things about it is that you can configure many different hiking routes throughout the park, and the Figure 8 Loop might just be one of the best configurations to experience.

The Perfect Hike | From Queen’s Garden to Wall Street at Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is a majestic place, but add in some golden hour sunrise lighting while hiking the Queen's Garden Loop and you have something that is bucket list-worthy. You have not lived until you see this for yourself!

Arches Trail - A Worthy Alternative or Partnering Adventure to Bryce Canyon

Utah has no shortage of red rocks and arches but with those comes a lot of crowds. Arches Trail in Red Canyon offers a lot of bang in a small area with plenty of space to call your own.

Dazzling Colors and Dizzying Heights at Utah’s Kodachrome Basin State Park

Aside from the Big 5, Utah has beautiful state parks galore. Located 20 miles southeast of Bryce Canyon is Kodachrome Basin State Park filled with spires, colorful layered sandstone, and great views from narrow overlooks for the more adventurous.

The Beautiful Band of Colors of Cedar Breaks National Monument

With meadows, bristlecone pine trees, and a half-mile-deep amphitheater of striped limestone, Cedar Breaks National Monument is a high-elevation Bryce Canyon look-alike. Comprised of the same geological layer but with a fraction of the crowds, this is a must-see park.

The Warm Splendor of Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

The dunes at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park offer rich spectacular color, unlike any other sand dunes you've seen on earth. With off-highway vehicles welcome as well as hikers, there's something here for everyone!