Sunset Campground Group Site, Bryce
About Sunset Campground Group Site, Bryce
Sunset Campground Group Site, Bryce - Address
Address: Bryce Canyon, UT 84764, USA
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Overview of Sunset Campground Group Site
On your visit to Bryce, consider visiting Sunset Campground Group Site. Sunset Campground Group Site is easily missed on a visit to Bryce.
Top rated Bryce tours do not include Sunset Campground Group Site in their schedule, you can add it to your plan anyway.
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Getting around Sunset Campground Group Site, Bryce
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 1.19 Kilometre, costing around USD 6. The duration of the trip is 2 minutes.Walk
On foot. The distance is 1.09 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 13 minutes.
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 1.66 Kilometre, costing around USD 6. The duration of the trip is 3 minutes.Walk
On foot. The distance is 1.5 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 18 minutes.
The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 8 minutes, covering a distance of 4.07 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 10.Towncar
Take a Towncar. The total distance will be 4.07 Kilometre costing USD 40 and the duration of the trip will be 8 minutes.Walk
You can reach Bryce Point on foot. The distance is 4.1 Kilometre and it will take around 49 minutes.
Sunset Campground Group Site, Bryce Reviews - Write a Review
Pros. Very clean with great heated bathroom. Flush toilets and running water in the very modern bathroom. Cons. Cannot use Sun shower at your campsite for some reason. Also cannot connect any cords to trees in your campsite for drying clothes or hammocks. Also your vehicle cannot have any wheels remotely off the hard to define parking spot. Even though there is plenty of kindling for fire starting you cannot pick it up. Bring your own firewood and starter.
Beautiful CG and short walk to the most incredible view you will ever see if you haven't been here before! The staff were nice and helpful and even introduced my disabled wife to the national park access pass which saved us lots of $$$ during the rest of our multiple NP vacation. Ty you sooo much!
I have never before encountered a campground that seems to care so little about their guests. We got yelled (after they blocked us in our spot to leave for dinner) at for having our tents too far from the fire place and left a warning despite saying we'd take care of it after we left for dinner. This rule was not explained to us when checking in. The site itself had tire marks throughout it that we later found out what from at caterpillar truck driving in and out of it. It also had an enormous amount of rocks (small and large) that made it impossible to find a tent spot within their ridiculous rule of within 20 ft. We also experienced a rather rude cashier at one of the stores who threw the money on the counter after returning a shower token. Then later on the same gentleman told us we had to wait or come back for fire wood because he wasn't going to be bothered to go get it while the other cashier was on break. Last straw was we were by a water faucet and an older gentleman came by in a speedo to bathe by our site using the water faucet everyone else uses to fill up their bottles. I would stay away from this campground if you're using a tent. Go elsewhere if you want a stress free visit.
Very nice camping, great spots with great sanitary. Nice, big, clean and warm showers and also clean toilets. Wi-fi is good. The camping is located just a few minutes from the park entrance.
This is long... So it starts with no clear idea of what one needs to do upon arrival if you already have a reservation. Unlinke any other campgroubs, no orientation is given so they expect you to GUESS the rules. We set up our tents and went about our day. We had 3 rangers drive past and wave politely. About 430pm some old man on a power trip decided to ride by and approach our vehicle with a level of hostility of someone who has to have been fired from previous employment for beratting customers. He told us in such a condecending tone, similar only to to a father repremanding his children, that the park rules were that tents needed to be WITHIN 20 ft of the fire pit. Not AT LEAST 20 ft, but WITHIN 20 ft. Fire hazard much? He then proceeded to scream at us through the driver side window about how we just needed to follow the rules. He left is a warning on our site saying we needed to move the tents. As we were leaving, we noticed that EVERY SINGLE site had some warning on it. You'd think if EVERYONE is doing something wrong, then maybe the blame should be pointed at themselves. Maybe a little more info on sign in would go a LONG way. We then went to buy shower tokens and I was greeted with what I can only explain as the same tone and attitude as someone seeing their ex wife after a hostile break up. I felt like not only was I bothering this gentleman who was clearly in uniform behind a counter working, but that we simply were not welcome at the camp site all together. I double and triple checked all the paperwork I received both via email AND was handed at "check in", and rules are not stated clearly anywhere. It took us driving elsewhere to get cell signal and scouring their website to finally find where it says in small text the rules about tent sites. The canyon is an incredible site to see, but the employees at this campground have made me want to stay at Zion and make the 2 hour drive to visit the National Park for the day. I will NOT be back. I will NOT be recommending this site to anyone I care about. Please stay away. I promise I'm a reasonable person, and it takes quite a bit to push me to write a review as thorough and detailed as this.