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Old 09-17-2015, 10:00 AM   #1
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Bryce/Zion

Heading to bryce/zion from moab. Any suggestions on where to stay
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Old 09-17-2015, 12:07 PM   #2
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We stayed in Kanarraville at Red Ledge RV. If you go there, do not enter the park until you get directions as it is tight but nice. There is also a newer rv park north of the town right off I-15. We visited the Kolob Canyon park of Zion and it is spectacular. Zion itself is always crowded and parking in the park fills up by 10 AM. They do have a shuttle system from Springdale in order to access the viewpoints and trailheads. If you are planning to travel through Zion on route 9 be sure to understand the tunnel restrictions.

Heading from Moab to Bryce/Zion you might also wish to consider visiting Capitol Reef NP. Again, spectacular with an interesting local history. We stayed at Thousand Lakes RV on the west end of Torrey, UT and will do so again.

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Old 09-17-2015, 12:09 PM   #3
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We stayed at Zion. The regular campground is usually full. The first come first serve means get there first thing in the AM. Not a lot of large spaces.
I would check conditions there after the flood a couple days ago
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9 miles from Zion in Virgin, Ut on Hwy 9, Zion River RV Resort. Small but nice, clean and neat, friendly staff. Stayed last week several days Class A 36ft.
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9 miles from Zion in Virgin, Ut on Hwy 9, Zion River RV Resort. Small but nice, clean and neat, friendly staff. Stayed last week several days Class A 36ft.
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We just came from there. We stayed at Ruby's at Bryce and Zion River RV park in Virgin for Zion.

I would highly recommend both of these places. Very convenient and easy to get to the parks.
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Old 09-17-2015, 01:07 PM   #7
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Virgin River Resort

Make mine a third vote for Virgin River Resort. Nice pool. Not far to Zion. Also check out Cedar Breaks if you are going to go to Bryce. A lot of driving, but Cedar Breaks gets you some real elevation. Use your toad for this.
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We always stayed in Watchman campground in the park itself. If you need full hookups, RV parks in Springdale just outside the park entrance are very convenient. The free park shuttle makes stops in this small pleasant town.

For Bryce, if you want FHU stay at Ruby's just outside the park. Again, the free park shuttle stops there. Don't try to do both parks from one location.
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We just came from there. We stayed at Ruby's at Bryce and Zion River RV park in Virgin for Zion.

I would highly recommend both of these places. Very convenient and easy to get to the parks.
We were at Ruby's and Zion River in July. Both located conveniently to the parks. Zion River was very well maintained/landscaped. Nice pool and spa. At Ruby's we were in the back section with is pretty much an empty dirt lot with hookups. Very dusty.
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We stayed at Rubys in Bryce Canyon for 11 days and did our drives from there. We saw of course Bryce, Red Canyon, Cedar Breaks and Zion by taking day trips. It was lots of driving but it worked for us. We got the treed area at Bryce and it was very nice. We went into Panguitch for our supplies as their prices weren't too bad.
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If you can get reservations, Watchman Campground has some large spaces, 45' RV wide enough to park the F150 CC, with electric. They have good seperation and privacy with natural landscaping. 5 min walk to visitors center and shuttles. I made my reservations about 2 months in advance for last April.
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