Over two million visitors come to experience the otherworldly magic of Bryce Canyon National Park each year, most between March and early October. Most will visit for at least one full day. However long your visit, advance planning will have the greatest benefit in making the most of your time.
The basics: entrance fees, operating hours, goods and services, current conditions, and weather.
Directions and Transportation
Everything you need to know about getting to the park, and how to get around when you're here.
Eating and Sleeping
The Lodge, General Store, and Valhalla Pizza seasonally provide food. Lodging at the Lodge and camping at North and Sunset Campgrounds.
Nearby Amenities and Attractions
Bryce Canyon Country can help you plan your stay outside the park and find everything beyond Bryce there is to do.
Stamp your passport, or print a stamp
Are you a "Passport to Your National Parks" cancellation collector? Bryce Canyon has a cancellation stamp to commemorate your visit.
The Highlights of a Visit
Bryce Canyon is not a single canyon, but a series of natural amphitheaters or bowls, carved into the edge of a high plateau. The most famous of these is the Bryce Amphitheater, which is filled with irregularly eroded spires of rocks called hoodoos. Perhaps every visitor to the park will spend at least some time marvelling at its four main viewpoints, all found within the first few miles of the park: Bryce Point, Inspiration Point, Sunset Point, and Sunrise Point. Between April and October a shuttle service is operated in this area of the park to reduce congestion.
Last updated: January 3, 2022