Bryce Canyon National Park invites you to let your imagination soar as you experience the park’s renowned dark skies at the 17th annual Astronomy Festival, held from June 21-24, 2017.
After a centennial year that brought over 2.3 million visitors to our 56 square mile park, Bryce Canyon is anticipating what all early indications suggest will be another very busy year and summer season. Preparations to accommodate the area’s growing popularity are currently underway as seasonal facilities reopen, services resume, and hours are extended.
Camp all week, have an overnighter, stay at a hotel like Ruby’s Inn or take a day trip, your options are endless in Southern Utah.
On January 5th, 2017 nature lovers and birders of all levels of experience will gather at Bryce Canyon National Park to participate in the world’s longest running citizen bird census.
After centuries of existence, and decades of inspiring quiet awe, the hoodoo known as “The Sentinel” succumbed to the erosional forces that continue to define the landscape of Bryce Canyon National Park.
As winter weather transforms Bryce Canyon National Park’s red rock landscape, park facilities and concession services will close in observance of holidays and to permit seasonal maintenance.
The annual Bryce Canyon Fly-in and Car Show this Saturday has sparked many pilots’ interest. One, Todd McCutchan, started piloting at age 12 and says he was born to fly.
National Parks are an American idea and nationwide, on August 25, 2016, the National Park Service (NPS) Centennial is being celebrated. Bryce Canyon National Park commemorates the day by hosting a grand re-opening of the newly remodeled Visitor Center museum, followed by a film premiere, “Bryce Canyon Memories.”
After exploring the wonder of Bryce Canyon National Park, try checking out these five hidden gems that have all the wonder, without the crowds.
For nearly fifty years the Utah Parks Company brought tourists to the national parks of southwestern Utah and northern Arizona.