Enjoy the multiple award-winning Beaver KOA campground nestled in a valley surrounded by mountains and songbirds. You're close to Bryce Canyon National Park, yet still in proximity to city life luxuries. Sites feature full hookups with gravel pads, fire pits, cable, and Wi-Fi. After you park the RV and set up camp, you can indulge in one of the many amenities of this campground. The campground offers restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a dump station, a seasonal pool, a pond, a fish cleaning station, horse corrals, a game room with table games and arcade games, a playground, a book exchange, a dog run, and a well-stocked store with a coffee bar.
See the sunset over the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument when you stay at Cannonville/Bryce Valley KOA. Only 12 miles from Bryce Canyon National Park, and also close to Kodachrome Basin State Park, there are nearly endless terrains to explore. At Cannonville/Bryce Valley KOA, you’ll camp in comfort with one of a kind amenities such as in-season pancake breakfasts, ice cream socials, and s’ mores socials. On-site facilities include Wi-Fi, a Kamping Kitchen, a dog park for the pups, and a seasonal pool. Firewood and propane are available on-site for purchase, and pull-through sites can accommodate rigs up to 65 feet.
The Panguitch KOA sits in the heart of an outdoor adventure land. This campground is central to many of southern Utah’s popular destinations and natural wonders including Panguitch Lake, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon, and Zion National Park. The campground provides access to several trails for hikers, bikers, and ATV buffs to explore. Campers may enjoy a dip in the pool, play a game of horseshoes or volleyball, and let Fido run free at KOA’s Kamp K-9 dog park. For your convenience and pleasure, each RV site is equipped with full hookups, over the air television, and Wi-Fi connection.
For large groups that range in size from seven to 30 people, you can reserve access to the Sunset Campground Group Site. Up to eight vehicles are permitted at the site, with a maximum vehicle length of 28 feet. The site is open from April to October, and you can make reservations from two days to up to six months in advance. You can enjoy all the services available at the Sunset Campground, including drinking water, restrooms, picnic tables, and fire grates. While there are no sewer, water, or electric hookups at this location during the summer months, you can use the General Store and dump station available at the North Campground.
Located right near the Visitor Center, the North Campground offers 13 RV sites that are available by reservation. This campground has several amenities, including restrooms, picnic tables, fire grates, and drinking water. During the summer months, the General Store is open right next door where you can stock up on supplies and do some laundry. A dump station is also available for use during the summer months.