Bryce Canyon Lodge

Bryce Canyon Lodge
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PO Box 640079
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah 84764
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Reviewed by David L. Scott & Kay W. Scott

Bryce Canyon Lodge offers several types of accommodations in one of America's most scenic national parks. The lodging complex sits near the park's colorful badlands, which are highlighted by the well-known hoodoos that seem to stand guard over this rugged landscape. Like Zion Lodge and Grand Canyon Lodge on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, the Bryce Canyon facility was once owned by a subsidiary of the Union Pacific Railroad that donated all the properties to the National Park Service in

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CabinHotel SuiteLodge Room
Recreation & Amenities
Hiking,Horseback Riding,Photography,Sightseeing,Wildlife/Nature Programs
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Expert Review of Bryce Canyon Lodge

Parks and Outdoors Review of Bryce Canyon Lodge

By Away Travel Expert : Kim Lipker
Parks Expert Favorite
Parks Expert Rating 5.0 out of 5
Recommended for:
Birding,Day Hiking,Scenic Drives,Sustainable Travel
Parks and Outdoors Expert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • Reservations are hard to come by at the lodge, so book as early as possible!
Offering 70 motel rooms, three suites, and 40 cabins, the Bryce Canyon Lodge is the obvious and only choice for lodging in Bryce Canyon National Park. Take advantage of the special programs offered by the National Park Service such as moonlight hikes, auditorium programs, and activities for kids. Fine dining and a general store are on site and the lodge is a National Historic Landmark restored to 1920s elegance.