Ruby’s Inn – RV Park & Campground Near Bryce Canyon
The campground and RV park has a separate store from the main store at Ruby’s Inn. There is also a laundromat available to guests of the campground. If you can’t find something you need at the campground store, visit the general store at Ruby’s Inn.
The campground is the closest lodging on the Ruby’s Inn property to Bryce Canyon National Park. Visitors to the park should consider taking theBryce Canyon National Park shuttle. The shuttle is available in the park for visitors to ride and allows you to relax and enjoy the sights without having to focus on driving.
|RV Park and Campground at Ruby’s Inn*Our AAA-approved campground features over 240 shaded campsites including full hookups with electricity and water, free wireless internet, large pull-thru’s to accommodate modern RV’s, shaded tent sites, and large group sites nestled beneath the pines. Rest rooms with shower units are included in the nightlyrate and are located near the site.|
The pool, rest room, shower, and water facilities are located close to the cabins. Ruby’s Inn Campground offers the newest facilities available.
Please call for special rates on Group Tent Camping and RV Caravans.
Call us toll free: 1-866-878-9373. RV Park and Campground is Open April 1 to October 30.
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Ruby’s Inn Best Western, located just minutes from the park entrance of Bryce Canyon, offers a wide array of lodging accommodation and meeting facilities. Family Reunions, corporate retreats and overnight youth group activities can be fun and exciting when held near Bryce Canyon National Park.
Along with the 370 comfortable rooms available in this charming and rustic lodge, the Bryce Canyon Campground at Ruby’s Inn also offers sleeping arrangements for the more adventurous. Our campground is in close proximity to Ruby’s Inn with two restaurants, conference facilities, and the largest shopping opportunities in the region. Our stores make groceries, gifts, and camping supplies easily accessible to all visitor’s in the Bryce Canyon region.