Utah - Bryce Canyon National Park
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Utah - Bryce Canyon National Park
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The best campervan rentals near Bryce Canyon National Park, UT

Bryce Canyon National Park is a nature preserve in southern Utah known for its spire-shaped rock formations called hoodoos. It's a perfect place to rent a campervan.

Mercedes Benz Sprinter 144" AWD Modern Van near St. George

Mercedes Benz Sprinter 144"

High Top in St. George

$280/ night

If you like mountain biking, but don't want to get too far from Bryce Canyon National Park's trails or scenery; there are plenty of nearby options. One popular choice is the double-track Great Western Trail that starts near Panguitch Lake and loops back towards town passing through sandstone formations along the way.

A more challenging technical singletrack through spectacular country, Thunder Mountain is a steep ridge beside a narrow hog’s back and familiar hoodoos. Loose rock makes the 7.8-mile trail one way difficult to navigate at times; it can also be done as an out and back for 15.8 miles of grueling riding with around 3000 vertical feet covered.

Rent a campervan and head out to a whole new world in the canyons of Fairyland Loop Trail. This trail descends from Fairyland Point on the rim into amphitheaters and labyrinths, among spires and hoodoos, through deep stone canyons. The drop is almost 900 feet but so worth it for this incredible hike!

Bryce Canyon National Park Fun Facts

Covering a total area of 35,835 acres, Bryce Canyon became a national park on September 15, 1928.

Comprised of about 12 natural amphitheaters eroded into an escarpment of the Paunsaugunt Plateau, Bryce Canyon is not technically a canyon.

Rainbow Point is the highest elevation found in Bryce Canyon at 9,115 feet.

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