Bryce Canyon Pines Store & Campground & RV Park is located in Bryce Utah. It includes 24 spaces for RVs as well as a campsite for tents and a lodge you can rent a room in. Dogs are allowed, but there isn’t much information about rules for your pup. So, it’s important to be courteous and ask about the rules upon arrival.
This campground is surrounded by Douglas firs. However, close by is the famous Bryce Canyon. Bryce Canyon is sandy and red with breathtaking rock formations. The landscape makes you think you’re on another planet! The rock formations are called hoodoos, and Bryce Canyon has the largest collection of hoodoos in the world. There are also four main landmarks within the canyon Inspiration Point, Bryce Point, Sunrise Point, and Sunset Point. There is a shuttle you can take within the park, or the campsite can arrange horseback riding tours as well.
As mentioned, Bryce Canyon Pines has campgrounds as well as an RV park and a lodge. There are flushing toilets, showers, and even laundry available for campers. There is also wifi available and hookups for RVs. It is always good to call ahead for availability, however. Keep in mind while making preparations for your trip that this is a desert and it is at a relatively high elevation. So, plan accordingly. Drink plenty of water and wear a hat as well as ample sunscreen.
Dogs are welcome, however, there isn’t much information about where dogs are and aren’t allowed and if they need to be leashed. So, to be safe, always bring a leash for your pooch as well as bedding, food, toys, any needed medication, and of course, poop bags. Even though it’s not fun, be sure to pick up after your pooch and keep an eye on them. This would be a bad place for them to wander off and get lost.
If you’re looking for a unique place to visit, Bryce Canyon Pines in the place for your next adventure!