Bryce Canyon National Park

107 miles from Settlers Junction RV Park - 2-hour drive
Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its crimson-colored hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations. These spire-shaped rock formations are a huge attraction to visitors from around the world. Bryce Canyon comes alive at different times throughout day and night as they take on colors such as red, orange, or yellow, depending on what light hits them best during that time period. Two of the best times to look out over the canyon are in the morning and in the evening. There's nothing better than the amazing view of looking out at these uniquely stunning landmarks!

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One of the best things to do in Bryce Canyon is to go hiking. Every hike you go on in this national park will offer a new experience and stunning views. Some popular hikes in Bryce Canyon include Rim Trail, Mossy Cave Trail, Fairyland Loop, and Tower Bridge. Whether you want to hike or just park your car and walk to the rim, the views of Bryce Canyon are accessible to all. Though the main attractions at Bryce Canyon are hiking trails, you can find fun for the whole family through other activities such as horseback riding, fishing, mountain biking, shooting ranges, ATV trails, and more. Additionally, there are a handful of gift shops, art galleries, and restaurants to enjoy in the area.