• Mitch Siemens

National Park Favorites: Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park

Updated: Jun 15


Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park

An “All-American road”, Scenic Byway 12 in Utah, offers countless scenic opportunities. Sitting over a mile above sea level in the Utah desert, you can stay at one of our favorite parks, Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park for just $20.48 per night during July & August. Like many National Parks in the Western US, you’ll be an easy drive away from canoeing/boating, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and even some OHV (Off-Highway Vehicle) trails.

The towns near the RV Park have fun festivals and events year round including a few rodeos, ATV rallies, and Independence Day celebrations – just take a look at the full list here!

Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park

Amenities:

This RV Park has just about everything you need, even if you have horses with you:

  • 30 & 50-amp service

  • Full hookups water, sewer & power

  • Free Wi-Fi in all areas of park

  • 65’x30’ back in and pull thru sites

  • 45'x30' & 30'x20' back in sites

  • Picnic tables & fire pits with grill's

  • Tree's, shade covered outdoor gathering areas

  • Equine corrals & trailer rentals

  • Off leash dog fenced play area

  • Propane fill service

  • Group RV site area

  • Playground area for little ones

  • Bathrooms and shower houses

  • Laundry

  • Large Covered pavilion

Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park
Lower Calf Creek Falls – near Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park

Nearby Attractions

There is no shortage of natural beauty nearby (“wonder” may be a better term). The striking waterfall you see above is only an hour drive away from the park, and trust me, that drive will not be bland.

To see some historic and well-preserved Native American ruins, check out the Anasazi State Park Museum. If you feel like hiking, you can easily visit the Escalante Canyons. Along their backcountry hiking trails, hikers will see several active waterfalls, arches, narrow canyons, riparian oases, and naturally sculpted slickrock.


Horseback riding is very popular in this region, and Red Canyon Trail Rides knows exactly where to show you some of the most beautiful scenery in Bryce Canyon. You can choose to go on a half-hour or hour-long ride, as well as two hour, half-day, or full-day rides; there’s something for everybody here.


Bryce Valley Ranch RV & Horse Park

This is one of our favorite parks in the west and we can’t wait for you to experience it for yourself! If you have any questions related to this park, our other parks, or anything at all related to Passport America, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (800)-681-6810, and one of our dedicated customer service agents will be glad to assist you.


Happy Camping and Safe Travels!


Mitch Siemens

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