Bryce Canyon National Park
Home of the Hoodoos, Bryce Canyon is a geological wonder with unbeatable views of the southwestern sweeping landscape. The sandstone cliffs showcase pink, red, and orange striated pillars that are awe-inspiring and surreal. The national park offers hiking, walking, exploring, horse-back riding, ATV trails, camping, and phenomenal viewpoints. October to May sees freezing temperatures at night and the park anticipates snow. April-September are the best times to visit if you are avoiding snowy conditions.
Address: Highway 63, Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce, UT 84767
- Visitors must pay the park entrance fee upon entrance. Check out this website for rates and additional information regarding Bryce Canyon National Park.
- There are two campsites located inside the park. Check out this website for additional information.
- Pets are only permitted on paved surfaces in Bryce Canyon National Park. They are not permitted on unpaved trails or viewpoints.
- The visitor center has free public WiFi available. Most of the park does not have great cell phone reception, but the viewpoints may receive some signal.
- There are restrooms and drinking fountains sporadically throughout the park.