Great hiking right in the park, and even better hiking within a hours drive.
Sites are a bit close for my liking, but that seems standard in State Parks anyway.
Clean restrooms with nice showers.
I have not used it, but I "think" they have WiFi.
No WiFi & I couldn't get a good Verizon signal even with an amp. That said, it is a beautiful park. I was lucky - no one was in the volunteer site next to the entrance station so I had full hook ups. Some photos of the formations in the park are at the page listed below & on this year's trip at 2011 Trip Day 64.
If yo go, have the time & don't mind about 18 miles on a gravel road, drive down Cottonwood Drive to Grosvenor Arch. I have some photos of it at 2012 Trip, Day 40
Another Utah state park in the area that is worth a visit is Goblin Valley State Park. Interesting formations that you can walk around. Some photos at 2012 Trip, Day 37
While visiting Bryce we drove to check out the park. We would stay there with our 40' MH. They have some new pull-through sites that would work for us. There were also a few of the older sites that would be o.k. but not the older pull-throughs because of too much curve to them. It's a beautiful setting and we even did a nice trail on that day. The park would be very hot in summer months. We were there in May and it was hot then. We also drove down to Grosvenor Arch which was o.k. but we've seen a LOT of arches previously at different places so that's probably why this arch wasn't that special. You really don't need a 4x4 to drive to the arch - it's a good gravel road and was quite scenic. The road to the campground is paved. We hope to stay at Goblin Valley on our return south in October. Enjoy the trip!
Extremely Happy Full-Timers for 16 years
.... now trying to adjust to 3-season traveling - and it isn't easy!
2004 40' Newmar Dutch Star Diesel Pusher
2004 Jeep Liberty
We stayed there in July 5 years ago. Tent camping because it was an add on to a family reunion in St George, but would have taken our TT there if we had more camping time. It was hot, but we took it easy during the day, hiking in the early am and near sunset. Loved the very interesting scenery. We are birders and enjoyed seeing birds we don't see in the NW. Went to Anasazi SP the next day, but don't recall how far away it was.