Bryce Canyon National Park awes visitors with spectacular geological formations and brilliant colors. The towering hoodoos, narrow fins, and natural bridges seem to deny all reason or explanation and they beg a closer look. Browse the options below or to learn more about some of the hikes in Bryce Canyon by exploring our family guideadventure guide, and travel tips, a logistics page with all the information you need to begin planning your trip to Bryce Canyon National Park.

Park Operating Hours

Park is Open 24-7

Visitor Center and Fee Booths are closed on Thanks Giving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day.

Standard Hours
Monday – Sunday: Open 24 Hours

Park History

Bryce is famous for its worldly unique geology, consisting of a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters carved from the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah.


Take a little pressure off yourself by realizing that regardless of where you choose to stay, you are heading to one of the most beautiful and visited National Parks in the U.S.


Bryce Canyon is more than just a place to see the most stunning views in the world. It’s also adventure packed! Adventures make you hungry, and Bryce Canyon restaurants are there to make your stomach as happy as the canyon made your eyes.

Things To Do

Bryce Canyon is a magnificent place to visit and explore, there is no doubt. However, it’s also very big with many different things to see! If you’d like a little help with this, would like to let someone else show you around, then here are a few guides to help you with that.


Get the most out of your visit


Rich in history, unique to visit

Bryce Canyon is a small national park in southwestern Utah. Named after the Pioneer Ebenezer Bryce, Bryce Canyon became a national park in 1928. To help plan your visit to the world’s largest collection of fanciful rock pinnacles called “hoodoos”, use the links below.

Park Information

Current park information and other bits of helpful information can be found on the park information page.

Permits & Reservations

For activities that may require a permit or links to information on camping and lodging reservations, please visit the permits and reservations page.

Community & Events

Use this link to stay up to date with the local community events and gatherings.

Fees & Passes

Information on park fees and acceptable passes can be found on the fees and passes page.


Bryce Canyon is one of the most spectacular geological sites in the U.S.

Directions & Transportation

Information on finding your way to Bryce Canyon can be found at the directions and transportation page.

Featured Lodging Destination

``Simply beautiful``

Ruby's Inn

Offering the finest in Accommodations, RV Park/Campground and amenities in the Bryce Canyon region. Ruby’s Inn at Bryce Canyon is also a destination in and of itself.

Featured Outdoor Activity

``It's a must``

ATV/OHV Riding

The terrain and scenery are impressive with “hoodoos”, rock spires, and dense forests. Bryce Canyon boasts many new trails for ATV riding. Enjoy!


A showcase of the amazing scenery

The photos that are shown above are a few examples of the wonderful scenery in Bryce Canyon National Park. More images can also be found on the park’s Group Flickr site but be aware of different License Type.


Planning a trip? Let us know!


(435) 834-5322


Highway 63
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce, UT 84764


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