Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Ruby's Inn RV Park & Campground at Bryce Canyon, Utah

From September 24 - October 6th, we went down to Southern Utah and stayed at Ruby's Inn RV Park and Campground in Bryce Canyon City, just minutes from Bryce Canyon National Park.  Bryce is one of our favorite places to be in Utah, so we scheduled a two week visit here.  We had never stayed at Ruby's In RV Park before so this was a new experience.
We are at #14
It was about a 4 hours drive down from Salt Lake City, but we arrived in no time at all.  We always like driving through Red Canyon getting to Bryce.  This time, we got a little freaked out because a sign said that the bridge height limit was 13' 6" and we're about 13' 8".  We sat for a long time deciding what to do...go and gamble or not.  We decided to go for it and the height was taller than 13' 6".  We were fine.  Someone needs to change their signs.
We checked in at the office.  It is attached to a set of restrooms, laundry and small store.
Since the laundry was mentioned, here's the laundry set up.  For it being a laundry room, they like to cowboy it up.  They have cute signs all over with other Bryce activities and the laundry comes equipped with a lizard!
We were given site 230 down in the new section of the park, which was very roomy and comfortable with a large grassy area and campfire pit.  That's our rig with the flag.  We had a view of Ruby's Inn, the lake and the hills.  The nice part was that people weren't all over you since you had a triple wide space and you felt like you have your own niche in the park.  Bad part, for me, was that there weren't many trees in that area.  But, Scott was happy with his satellite reception.  Since we were here two weeks, I guess that was important.
The other part of the campground is filled with Ponderosa Pines - more like a campground.  The section we were in was for the big boy RVs, although there were a few bigger RVs at the campground.
By the pines and our RV area, was also a very nice bathroom.  Bathrooms on one side and showers on another.  They had family showers as well as individual ones.  Plus, a large camp sink.
Also, at this RV Park/Campground are cabins, group and individual tent sites and a tee pee village!  Teepee land is mainly near the entrance to the park although there is one other tee-pee over by the lake and small tent area.
Amenities here included:

  • Pull Through and Back In Sites
  • Cabins, Tent and Teepees
  • Gravel Pad
  • Full Hookups
  • Shade Trees
  • Grass
  • Picnic Table
  • Fire Pit and Grill
  • Wide Site
  • Very Clean
  • Restaurant at Ruby's Inn
  • Camp Store
  • Gas Station
  • Dump Station
  • Propane Station
  • Updated Bath House
  • Laundry
  • Extra Parking
  • Wi-Fi
  • Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • National Park
  • Nature/Hiking Trails
  • Biking Trails
  • Free Shuttles to Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Church Services
  • Horseback Riding
  • ATV Rentals

We paid $49.95 per night - no discounts, but we had access to all the amenities that Bryce Canyon City had to offer and everything was in walking distance.  We gave this park a strong 4 rating.  Had the pool been open and the propane working this would have jumped to a 5.  Still, a great place to stay and relax!  And, I'd certainly return again!

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