Camping in Bryce Canyon
Just like all other activities in Bryce Canyon, camping is a unique experience. Observing the night sky full of stars, undisturbed by the lights of civilization, or awakening to the pink sunrise is an unforgettable experience. There are two campsites, a southern camp and a northern camp, with water areas and a car park. The camps are very popular, and it is wise to book a place in advance, as they are often full.
For those who do not want to camp, we recommend motel Rodeway Inn (Booking.com | HotelsCombined.com), a short distance from Bryce Canyon NP.
Top walking trails in Bryce Canyon
Hiking is also popular in Bryce Canyon. Many trails, such as The Mossy Cave Trail or Bristlecone Loop Trail, are great for beginners or families. They are neither long nor too demanding and let you see the best of Bryce Canyon. There are other trails in the park, which vary in difficulty, such as the Navajo route and the Peekaboo route; it is up to you which difficulty suits you best.