Bryce Canyon Lodge
Bryce Canyon, USA
This attractive lodge is right inside the park, and it's on the National Historic Register. It has been restored to its original rustic 1920s elegance, right down to replicas of the original hickory furniture. Dining here surrounded by the Ponderosa Pine Forest is a wonderful experience with a selection of entrées including vegetarian, fish and seafood dishes, using locally sourced ingredients washed down with a glass of wine or a beer from a local microbrewery.
- Free Parking
- Horse Riding
Where is itInside Bryce Canyon National Park. Complimentary self-parking. Park entrance fee per vehicle*.
74 standard motel-style rooms with private balcony/porch with 1 queen-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
40 non-smoking Western Cabins with gas-log fireplace and 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.
Dining Room restaurant (breakfast, lunch and dinner). General store with snack bar (open mid May-mid Oct)*. Hiking trails (boxed lunches available if you pre-order in advance), horse and mule rides on site*. Fishing 30 mins away*. Golf course 1 hour away*.
*Denotes local charge.
Since the Lodge is located inside the park, The National Park Service currently charges $25 per private vehicle at the entrance gate. When entering by foot, bicycle, motorcycle or commercial vehicles the fee will vary.