Originally Posted by SinkorSwim
We are looking at taking 3-4 weeks in May to mosey around the parks in the Grand Circle Tour. Anyone have any must-stay-at or must-not-stay at reviews for anywhere along the route?
Thinking of Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Canyon Lands, Monument Valley, Page and the Grand Canyon areas as our hubs. Reading lots online but always interested first hand feedback on campgrounds.
This of course all relies on the dealer making our main/right slide hydraulics happy sometime in the near future.....
May is the perfect time to go to that area. We visited Zion in August 2009, it was hot. Last May we visited Arches, Capital Reef & Bryce, warm during the day, alittle rain in Arches. One really cold night in Bryce(we were in a hybrid). We sayed in the National Park Campgrounds all of which were nice, all dry camping. There are comerical campgrounds near these parks. You can find a ton of info about the national parks & surrounding area on www.nps.gov
if you haven't found this yet. There is also Ruby's Inn just outside of Bryce Canyon. Ruby's Inn - Closest Lodging to Bryce Canyon National Park
It will be great trip & good time of year to go.