You haven’t seen a sunrise until you’ve witnessed the sun’s rays stretching out and highlighting the majestic hoodoos of Bryce Canyon. In fact, any view from anywhere at any time of the day in Bryce Canyon Country will leave an impression that will last your lifetime.

The only hard part of your vacation? Choosing from the many places to stay.

Are you a rugged camper? Or do luxury hotels better suit your fancy? No matter your traveling style, you’ll find lodging in Bryce Canyon National Park to match your preferences.

Choose a destination on the left to learn more about each location.

Antimony

Craving an Old West experience? Antimony delivers, with access to a ghost town, an old mine, abandoned log homes, and even the red sandstone hoodoos of Casto Canyon – an old hideout of Butch Cassidy and his gang.

Enjoy an authentic cowboy experience at Rockin’ R Ranch & Lodge, or stay at the Antimony Merc campground, supplied with everything you need in this gateway to many of the national and state parks of Utah – most only an hour away.

Boulder

Located on Scenic Highway 12, with access to Zion National Park, Kodachrome Basin National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Capitol Reef National Park and Dixie National Forest, Boulder offers several lodging options – from a private, river-front home to luxury lodges; from a yurt on a farm to quality hotels.

You’ll find something to eat at one of the three seasonal restaurants and the year-round grocery/restaurant in this base for exploring Bryce Canyon country.

Bryce Canyon Area

Get as close as possible to Bryce Canyon National Park by staying in Bryce Canyon City. As Bryce Canyon National Park is a huge attraction, you’ll find plenty of places to eat, as well as many options for lodging in this scenic town.

Cannonville

Just a short distance to both Bryce Canyon National Park and Kodachrome Basin State Park, the small ranching community of Cannonville is an ideal base for exploring Bryce Canyon Country.

Choose your style of lodging – from a villa to an inn to a hacienda boasting stunning views. Or park your RV at a KOA campground with all the amenities.

Escalante

Hoping to see it all? Escalante is the headquarters to the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, boasting some of the most rugged and diverse scenery in the West. It’s also close to Dixie National Forest, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef and Lake Powell.

With more than a dozen places to stay and several places to eat, you’ll find the right home base for your vacation.

Hatch

Close to Bryce Canyon National Park, Hatch also sits at the junction of Mammoth Creek and the Sevier River. If fishing is your game, you’ll find Hatch offers some of the best fishing on the Sevier River.

You can rent a house that sleeps 8 to 40 people, or sleep in a hotel with mountain views. Rather camp? Wake up to red rock views at either of Hatch’s two campgrounds.

When you’re hungry, choose from a handful of restaurants – from a ‘50s-style diner to river-view restaurant seating.

Henrieville

Stay in a 2-bedroom vacation suite surrounded by the Grand Staircase National Monument in the center of the peaceful Henrieville Valley.

Junction 89 and 12

Access hikes and scenic drives from Cottonwood Meadow Lodge, Ivo’s BBQ, Rodeway Inn, Bryce Gateway Inn, Quality Inn Bryce Canyon, or Red Canyon RV park.

Ticaboo/Lake Powell

World-class fishing, boating, and hiking are all available from Ticaboo, the gateway to Lake Powell.

Visiting Four Corners, Escalante National Monument, Bryce Canyon National Park, and more is easy from Ticaboo, making this an ideal home base when you want to explore the whole of Bryce Canyon Country.

Ticaboo Lodge and Vacation Rentals offers amenities that allow you to choose adventure or leisure – or both.

Panguitch

Called “The Center of Scenic Utah,” Dixie National Forest and Bryce Canyon are easily accessible from Panguitch.

With more than a dozen hotels, several campgrounds, and multiple restaurants, you have several choices for places to stay and eat.

Panguitch Lake

One of the most popular fishing spots in Southern Utah, you can also find plenty of trail for mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and ATV riding in and around Panguitch Lake.

Panguitch Lake offers two resorts and a lodge. And you’ll find a handful of restaurants to keep your belly filled in between your excursions.

Tropic

Log cabin or bed and breakfast? Inn or camping? You’ll find your match in the more than a dozen lodging options of Tropic.

Only 11 miles from the east entrance of Bryce Canyon National Park, this thriving ranching community is the perfect place to stay when you want to explore all that Bryce Canyon Country has to offer.