Loved!! New ownership for Bedrock City. Our family had a great time. Stayed one night at the campground and it’s the biggest playground for kids and adults. Plus the bird shows. They started around 6 (based on weather) and we stuck around until almost 8. Plus there is a restaurant/bar you can walk across too.
The gift shop is also great. It’s been remodeled and offers a lot for campers and visitors. The staff was great and you can tell they are putting a lot of $$ and energy into it. Highly recommend the stop.
Last minute to stay (we were in an RV) and so glad we did. The pool area is amazing. Kid friendly. Llama hikes. And we ate across the street at the Inn. Beautiful views.
Lovely area and so convenient. The shuttles are easy and effective. There are bike trails all through town and they take you directly into all view points of the park. Bryce was our favorite over Zion, just due to the set up and operation of the town, campground, inn, and other activities. Definitely try to do ATV tour and eat at Ebenezer’s music hall.
Great RV park for travelers. We needed a quick stop. Super clean and well kept. Safe and felt safe with our kid. It's basic with W/E and a dump station. Even took a walk the next morning around the reservation. Easy to get to and reserve, simply call a number and pick an open spot. It's like a parking lot with grassy areas and perfect for what we needed.
Great site. Near hiking and biking trails. They even rent electric bikes which was awesome since my husbands broke. Highly recommend. It’s clean, well kept, open garden for guests to use. Sites are close together but it didn’t bother else. Quiet campground and we were outside the whole time. Check it out!
What a great spot! Stayed one night and would have stayed more. Clean, well kept. Showers and laundry rooms are spotless and clean. Even free ice cream at check-in. Got an opportunity to chat with the owner and learned more about the area. Great family run place. Highly recommend!
Lovely campground. Stopped one night on our way to mammoth site and headed north. We went off season so chilly and stayed in the RV, but it’s so well kept and looks like fun during warmer months.
Great campground. Smaller but plenty of room and hookups. Right next to lake and near to walk. Kids playground in the center so it’s nice to have them run and play. Easy checking as its self pay.
This place is magnificent. The stones, petrified wood, and gems that went into this structure is truly magical. It was closed when we came, but we simply connected our RV for the night and rested, leaving money in a drop box ($20 only!). We also have a donation but it’s free and you can walk around on your own.
There is a virtual tour we watched for more background info. https://youtu.be/tQSOOmXNpL0