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Bryce Canyon National Park

Leashed dogs are welcome to explore Bryce Canyon National Park. Bryce Canyon features the largest collection of hoodoos in the world. Pets are allowed to access views of these unusually-shaped pillars of rock from all paved surfaces. They can explore campgrounds, paved roads, paved viewpoints, the paved trail between Sunset Point and Sunrise Point, and the paved Shared Use Path between the park entrance and Inspiration Point. They are not allowed on unpaved trails or unpaved viewpoints, and cannot enter buildings or transportation, even if carried. Leashes may not be longer than six feet.

Bryce Canyon National Park is open twenty-four hours a day throughout the year; however, this does not apply to its visitors center, so dog owners should check its website for hours and temporary closure information before planning their trip. Visit Website

Or call (435) 834-5322 for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Bryce Canyon National Park has received a rating of 5.0 out of 5 bones by 2 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Kris
    Aug. 18, 2020
    Our dog loved Bryce Canyon

    We stayed at a dog-friendly hotel outside the gates of the park, but our dog was certainly welcome inside the park. She is well behaved and we kept her on a leash at all times. Park Rangers were delightfully engaging with our dog and would gently remind us of pet restrictions or expectations. If you look at the website, the pet policy is very clear. No surprises and we all enjoyed our time visiting Bryce Canyon.
    One morning, my husband relaxed with the dog while I hiked into the canyon; I STRONGLY RECOMMEND the moderate hike "Queen's/Navajo Combination Loop"; Talked to the ranger first, and she explained why it is helpful to do this loop in a clockwise direction. Loved the evening Ranger Programs, just too bad they are limiting numbers allowed in the audience due to social distancing.

  • John
    Jun. 3, 2019
    Epic Road trip

    Enjoyed visiting this park and bringing our dog. Was able to visit many overlooks with her. Trails are few that a dog is allowed and I understand the reason so this was not an issue. Enjoyed our visit to this great NP and will return.

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