Bryce Canyon City, Utah

The gateway to Bryce Canyon National Park. Find lodging, campgrounds, restaurants, shopping, car care, horse rides, ATV tours, rodeos & Western dinners
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Panorama of Bryce Canyon National Park.

Bryce Canyon City is the gateway to Bryce Canyon National Park and conveniently located next to the entrance to the park. You will find a variety of visitor services here, including lodging, campgrounds, restaurants, shopping, car care, horseback rides, ATV tours, rodeos and a Western dinner show.

Avoid traffic congestion by parking your car in Bryce Canyon City and utilizing the national park shuttle. This service is included with your entrance pass at no additional charge and operates from mid May to the end of September.

Historic Ruby's Inn has been hosting visitors to Bryce Canyon since 1916 and is the landmark lodging facility in the region. Be sure to check out the Ruby's Inn General Store. You will find everything from groceries to souvenirs, as well as a broad selection of clothing, hiking supplies, area books, music, and DVDs. You can also browse the Western Arts Gallery and Native American Jewelry shop. Also located in Bryce Canyon City is the new Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel with the latest in upscale lodging. Ebenezer's Barn and Grill is the place to go if you are looking for great cowboy cooking and Western entertainment.

Bryce Canyon National Park, as well as Bryce Canyon Grand and Ruby's Inn, are open year round. You can enjoy a variety of winter activities in the area including cross country skiing on a network of well groomed trails.

For more information:

Best Western Plus Ruby's Inn
(866) 866-6616
26 S Main, Bryce Canyon, Utah 84764

Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand
(866) 866-6634
30 N 100 East, Bryce Canyon City, Utah 84764

Ruby's RV Park & Campground
(866) 878-9373
300 S Main Hwy. 63, Bryce Canyon, Utah 84764 


Bryce Canyon National Park in Garfield County, Utah

Utah's Bryce Canyon Country

Bryce Canyon Country offers the largest concentration of scenic attractions and activities in one county. Visit three national parks and three state parks. Drive scenic byways. There's recreation for families and adventure vacationers.