South Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park is dominated by the world’s largest concentration of hoodoos. This forest of vivid red spires is open year-round with snowshoeing on the agenda for winter and horseback riding in summer. Hiking trails vary from the easy Rim Trail to the tougher Fairyland Loop while the 18-mile scenic drive offers a succession of accessible viewpoints. Lodgings in such towns as Tropic, Hatch, and Escalante put you in a prime position for exploring Bryce and other parks in the Utah Mighty Five. Camp out at one of these Airbnbs near Bryce Canyon an hour or less from the entrance.
Sleep Over the Desert at These Bryce Canyon National Park Airbnbs
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Unique cliff house with 360-degree panoramas
Constructed in 2019, this spectacular vacation home comes with three comfortable bathrooms, a top-of-the-range kitchen, and views from all rooms. The second level opens out onto a ginormous roof deck overlooking the Escalante River and North Creek River valleys. Guests are welcome to explore the waterfalls, pictographs, and petroglyphs scattered across the 160 acres of private ranchland. Ten minutes west of Downtown Escalante, the property is a 50-minute drive from the park entrance.
Twelve guests, three bedrooms
Price: $450 per night
Tropic Airbnb 20 minutes from Bryce Canyon
Two miles from the Grand Staircase-Escalante Monument, this contemporary cabin near the Bryce Amphitheater supplies awesome views. The restful one-bedroom pad has all you need for a short or long stay, including a stainless steel kitchen, laundry facilities, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a whirlpool bathtub. Throw on your layers once night falls and you’ll experience some of the country’s darkest skies from the deck. Despite feeling cut off, the eateries and conveniences of Tropic are moments away.
Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $201 per night
Modern mountain house close to Bryce and Zion
This head-turning rental with a hot tub is one of the most luxurious Airbnbs near Bryce Canyon National Park. Fifty minutes from the park, the cabin is well-positioned if you’re taking a road trip up from Zion. Cocooned by 14 acres of private apple orchards and farmland, the home has scores of windows to make the most of the scenery. Hop into the Jacuzzi once the sun sets and you’ll be treated to Utah’s star-studded night sky.
Nine guests, two bedrooms
Price: $382 per night
Luxury riverfront Airbnb in rural Hatch
Resting on the banks of the Sevier River, this designer vacation rental has a stunning backdrop of the Paunsaugunt Cliffs. Comprising two levels, the industrial chic home is appointed with reclaimed accent pieces and carefully selected antiques. External space includes a first-floor lookout and s’mores-ready fire pit. Not forgetting, swimming and private fishing in the river is highly encouraged. Half an hour behind the wheel and you’ll reach the national park.
Six guests, three bedrooms
Price: $312 per night
Upscale yurt beneath the stars near Bryce Canyon
Cast yourself away to this hilltop yurt halfway between Hatch and Panguitch, 25 minutes from the park entrance. The one-of-a-kind Airbnb includes a modern bathroom, full kitchen, and a separate bedroom while the sofa bed can accommodate two further guests. Landscaped with a pond, vistas from the private yard stretch over the Sevier River Valley toward Red Canyon. Once you’ve got your fill of the Milky Way, hunker down with a movie in the lounge or enjoy the sound of silence.
Four guests, one bedroom
Price: $145 per night
Family-friendly Airbnb near Bryce Canyon National Park
Located in the rural town of Henrieville, this sizable family cabin puts the epic Utah scenery right on your back porch. Sleeping spaces consist of one queen bedroom and a loft den with two single beds plus a couple of rollaways. During downtime, this doubles up as a spot to spread out with a pile of games. Furnished with inviting padded couches, the lounge grants a sneak peek at the canyon scenery surrounding the rental on all sides.
Eight guests, two bedrooms
Price: $320 per night
Luxury vacation home with private hot tub
Twenty miles from Bryce Canyon, this remodeled farmhouse in Panguitch is immaculately clean and curated as per a monochrome theme. Complete with a deep soaking tub and oversized rainforest shower, you’ll need to draw straws to call the master suite. In addition to three other double bedrooms, the fifth room is laid out with bunks and a cute tipi den. The hot tub is ready on the patio while the fenced yard comes with swinging seats and a fire pit.
Twelve guests, five bedrooms
Price: $313 per night
Deluxe Airbnb two miles from Bryce Canyon
Located in Bryce Canyon City, it’s a struggle to find lodging any closer to the park entrance. Comprising two king-sized bedrooms and a bunkroom, this single-level home is appointed with a high-tech kitchen and spacious lounge. Exterior space includes a pair of rockers on the verandah plus a landscaped lawn where the kids have their own playhouse and playset. If you’ve got your heart set on a sunrise hike, this place will spare you a painfully early alarm clock.
Ten guests, three bedrooms
Price: $585 per night
Beautifully renovated pioneer cabin in Escalante
Midway between the Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef national parks, this top-rated Airbnb is within walking distance of Escalante Main Street. Bursting with traditional charm, the cabin is outfitted with handmade cabinetry and period pieces. Choose to bathe in the claw-foot tub or under the stars in the private outdoor shower. The rental comes stocked with artisanal bread and bespoke aromatherapy products baked and handcrafted respectively by the host couple.
Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $165 per night
Tiny house Airbnb on Scenic Highway 89
Compact and cozy yet functional to a tee, this tiny house rental is loaded with kitchenware and features speedy Wi-Fi. Communal facilities at the ranch include a coin laundry and fire pits although the unit does have a private patio and barbecue station. The red cliffs loom on the horizon, shining at their best during sunrise and sunset. Panguitch and Hatch are a short drive away where you can stock up on groceries and gas while fishing is permitted on the grounds.
Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $135 per night
Huge vacation rental next to Bryce Amphitheater
Ten miles from the national park, it’s a short and sweet drive to the entrance from this family-friendly Airbnb in Tropic. Retro decor with eclectic touches helps create a home-away-from-home environment. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a full kitchen, and a central living room occupy the main floor while a basement lounge is handy for napping or reading. Perfect for entertainment and play, the backyard has a grill plus a swingset for younger kids.
Ten guests, five bedrooms
Price: $370 per night