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Both of Bryce Canyon's developed campgrounds, North and Sunset, offer first-come, first-serve tent-only sites. They have 99 and 100 sites, respectively, though note that both campgrounds will be seeing some closures this summer (2012) for renovations. Twenty tent sites in Sunset Campground are reservable, so the remaining 32 campsites in loops B & C are available for walk-ins. Of the 100 sites in North Campground, 13 are set aside for RV reservations; loops C & d have 52 tent-only pads for walk-ins. Both areas are located close the park's popular Amphitheater area, as well as the visitor center and general store. Of course, there's plenty of backcountry camping available should you choose to head out on one of the overnight or longer trails!
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