Bryce Canyon Lodging
With its many spectacular views, Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southern Utah on the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in Garfield County. With nearly 60 square miles this park has a plethora of activities to keep you busy for years. Its brilliant hues and colors make this park stand out from many of the others.
While planning your southern Utah vacation don't just stop at just Bryce Canyon National Park. Visit the many others while staying at our Kanab motel. We are located in the heart of the Grand Circle making our Kanab inn an ideal place to unwind after a long hard day of adventure. Check out the many other parks near Kanab, Utah including but not limited to the Grand Canyon, Zion National Park, Coral Pink Sand Dunes, Lake Powell, and many others.
Settlement of the Bryce Canyon near Kanab, UT began in 1874 when Ebenezer Bryce into the area around 1875. He used the now famous Bryce Canyon National Park as a cattle range, and it was named after him as early as 1876.
As one of the popular southern Utah National Parks, Bryce Canyon National Park is a series of natural amphitheaters sculptured from millions of years of erosion. Unlike how many canyons are formed from steams and rivers, Bryce Canyon was actually formed mostly by rain, snow, and frost.
An interesting fact about the area is that the nearby streams do not actually go through the park but instead flow in the opposite direction.