Bryce-Zion Campground

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Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


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When you need a place to stay with Glendale campers, Bryce-Zion Campground is an excellent option. This RV park is located in the midst of fantastic natural scenery, just a few minutes’ drive from the town of Glendale, and easily accessible from Salt Lake City via State Highway 89. When you pick this campground, you’ll be halfway between the dramatic cliffs of Bryce Canyon and the intriguing geological formations in Zion National Park with tons of recreational activities at your fingertips.

The campground itself is equipped with an outdoor swimming pool, kids’ playgrounds, and Wi-Fi. Guests can make use of the shared laundry facilities, restrooms, and hot showers or take the family for dinner at the campground’s bistro-style café. If you prefer, you can prepare your meals in your rental RV.

At Bryce-Zion Campground, there are long pull-through or back-in RV sites available with full hookups (sewer/electric/water) or electric/water-only hookups. Most sites are set underneath shady trees and, due to the campground’s altitude, you can enjoy a cooling breeze even in the summertime. The clean mountain air is also perfect for star gazing while you’re RV camping in Kane County, Utah.

The Great Outdoors

When you rent a camper near Bryce-Zion Campground, you’ll be camping at the front door of Zion National Park, one of the best-loved national parks in the country. This adventure paradise offers a wide range of recreational activities, whether hiking and biking are your favorite pastimes or you prefer to discover the area on horseback. The park is threaded with trails which range from gentle walks to natural pools to challenging climbs. One of the toughest hiking routes is Angels Landing, which leads to a lookout point above Zion Canyon.

Alternatively, you can take your campervan rental for a hair-raising drive along the epic cliff sides on Mount Carmel-Zion Scenic Highway. During the winter season, a five-mile drive along the Kolob Canyon Road is the best way to admire the crimson canyon walls. For anyone looking for a bigger challenge, Zion National Park is an excellent place to begin a wilderness backpacking trip. Rock climbing, canyoning, and white water paddling and also available within this national park.

Another highlight of the area is Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park; it’s less than an hour's drive away when you’re RV camping at Bryce-Zion Campground. This 3,730-acre area is made up of magnificent sand dunes which are tinged with a pink hue. Aside from photography, the park is a hotspot for ATV motorists who can get off-road with pedestrian-free trails. Meanwhile, hikers can explore the perimeter of the dunes on a 5.5-mile loop trail or bring a fat-tire bike and ride over the sand. While you hike, bike, or drive, remember to look out for the footprints of coyotes and blooming cactus flowers. If you’d like to try something unique, then fall is the perfect time of year to try sandboarding. The park boasts slopes of over 300 feet, and you can rent equipment in the nearby town of Kanab.

Explore the Area

While you’re renting an RV, you’ll find that there are also plenty of cultural and historical sites to see. When you’re camping at Bryce-Zion Campground, the quiet town of Glendale is just five miles south. Here you can take advantage of local eateries, markets, and delicious apples. Glendale is the proud host of the annual Glendale Heritage Apple Festival, a one-day event which is held each October. During the festivities, you can browse stalls of homemade food and crafts, take part in the William Tell Archery Competition, or enter the Apple Pie Bake Off. In the summertime, you can park a Glendale camper rental nearby and watch the 4th of July firework display.

You can also take a drive to Kanab, the county capital. With its classic charm and stunning natural backdrop, this small city has made an appearance in many western movies. In the Little Hollywood Museum, you can see hundreds of movie props and photographs from your favorite cowboy movies. You’ll feel that you’ve been transported to a different era while walking through the original sets of various western-themed movies.

On the return drive to Bryce-Zion Campground, you can make a stop at the Maynard Dixon Living History Museum in Mt. Carmel. Open from March to November, visitors are invited to see the home that the famous artist Maynard Dixon and his wife, Edith Hamlin, built together. Inside, there are replicas of the artists’ works on display as well as temporary photo exhibitions which often depict early settlers to the region and Native American Indians.

Whether you’re a film fan, an art lover, or you’re just looking for a taste of the Old West, you’re sure to come home with great memories when you book an RV in Kane County, Utah.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • The Virgin River Rim, UTCedar Breaks National Monument, UT
  • Red Hollow Trail, UTKanab, UT
  • Sugar Knoll with Red Cave Option, UTCoral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, UT
  • Lost Hunter Loop, UTCedar Breaks National Monument, UT
  • Virgin River Rim Trail, UTCedar Breaks National Monument, UT
  • Cascade Falls, UTCedar Breaks National Monument, UT
  • Kane County Drive-About: Long Valley Junction to Glen Canyon Dam, UTCoral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, UT
  • Red Canyon (aka Peek-a-Boo Canyon), UTKanab, UT
  • The Narrows (Top-Down) , UTZion National Park, UT
  • Diana's Throne, UTKanab, UT

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