Located in the majestic rocky landscape of Southwestern Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park is a beautiful, rugged landscape filled with natural bowls and breathtaking spires of red rocks called hoodoos just waiting to be explored on your next RV adventure. First settled by Mormon pioneers in the 1850s, this national treasure covers over 35,000 acres of amazing natural rock formations from jagged cliffs to smooth arches. With more than 400 native plant species through the park, it’s lowest levels are dominated by lush forests, streams, and billowing meadows.
You can soak in all of this jaw-dropping landscape from four main viewpoints near the entrance of the park: Bryce Point, Inspiration Point, Sunset Point, and Sunrise Point. For a closeup look at the marvelous scenery around you, this national park offers numerous hiking trails with varying degrees of difficulty. An easy hike along the Mossy Cave Trail will lead you to a gorgeous natural grotto and waterfall. For more serious hikers you can explore Fairyland Loop, where you can discover spectacular hoodoos and the wondrous Tower Bridge.
Bryce Canyon National Park is home to some of the most amazing natural attractions in the West that you can access right from your RV. Along the Navajo Trail you can soak in the sight of the Three Wise Men, a collection of eye-popping hoodoos. Nearby you can catch a glimpse of Thor’s Hammer, a natural formation that looks like a hammer built for the gods, perched on a large rock pedestal.
This one-of-a-kind national park is haven for all sorts of outdoor activities. With the freedom of RV travel, you can try it all. Whether you want to take an all-night hike or go snowshoeing amidst rugged landscapes and tranquil forest, this park has it all. You can stargaze like no place else on Earth or horseback ride in an unforgettable setting. From mountain biking to off-roading, Bryce Canyon National Park has something for all RVers to enjoy.