Very nice facility, and super close to Bryce Canyon National Park entrance. The campground offers exceptionally large spaces and very, very nice restrooms and showers.
But, if you happen to be stuck here in the rain, you're in trouble. Almost every pad becomes a lake, and everything else is wet red clay. In my opinion, it's inexcusable and I can't believe they haven't fixed it.
The guy next to us had to park his pickup so he could walk from trailer directly into his truck because the stairs were under 6" of muddy water. After he gets in, he turns the truck around and his wife gets in.
What's worse, the management acts as though it's okay because this is what happens when it rains. Unbelievable...
Ruby's At Bryce Canyon
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