Ruby’s Inn RV Park, Bryce Canyon City

Chad was attending the Utah Mosquito Control Association annual meeting being held at Ruby’s Inn, so we came in a day early to see the Park.

We stayed in site #54 at Ruby’s Inn RV Park & Campground in Bryce Canyon City, Utah on October 13th, 14th & 15th, 2019. Total cost for our 3 night stay was $156.92, making it $52.31 a night.. The RV Park is right off the road that leads into Bryce Canyon National Park.  There is a shuttle stop just outside the RV Park. There are 133 full hook-up sites. There are 42 other RV sites. No washing of RVs, ATVs or any vehicles in campground.  There are 10 Teepees, 5 cabins, several tent areas as well as group camping areas. There is a picnic area as well as Propane for sale on site. There is a seasonal swimming pool and spa. You are also able to use the pool and hot tub at Ruby’s Inn. There is a car & RV wash is located at the Sinclair across the street. There is a sink for washing dishes near the pool.  There is a bathhouse near the far end of the RV Park. There is a bathhouse connected to the office with about a half dozen showers and toilets in each. Showers are closed daily from 1:30 to 3 for cleaning. The showers are very clean, but you are not allowed to wear shower shoes. There is a store connected to the office with an ATM. The laundromat is on the other side of the office. There are 16 large capacity front loading washers, cost ranges from $2.25 to $2.75 depending on the weight of clothes it seems and 10 dryers, cost $1.50. There are several rolling wire baskets with clothes bar for use. 

The first night we went to Sunset Point and hiked Navajo Trail.  We also drove to Inspiration Point. We did go in time to see the sunset, but the sky was clear that night so there wasn’t much to see. We were lucky enough to see the Hunter’s Moon rise.  The next morning we got up in time to see the sunrise at Sunrise Point. The sky was clear it wasn’t sky wasn’t anything spectacular, but it was a great way to start the day. We then went for a hike along Queen’s Garden Trail. We also went to Fairyland Canyon Point, Rainbow Point, hiked along Bristlecone Loop, Yovimpa Point, Black Birch Canyon, Ponderosa Point, and Natural Bridge.

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