Pluses: Clean, well-maintained property, with good power and water hook-ups.
Negatives: But if you don't have a sewer hook-up (like in a pop-up camper), you will have to use the one major bathroom (there's another one, but it's a looong way from the office). The bathroom is well-maintained, but God help you if your forget the combination lock number or need to go during clean-up when it's shut down. Ruby's seems to use foreign teen-agers who come here for summer jobs. English skills were spotty (at least our front desk help had difficulty). The one man who seemed over the office and front operation seemed harried, and frankly, angry. I complained about the weak Wi-Fi and he looks at some dials and told me nothing was wrong with it - with a "shut your yap" look on his face. The next morning when he was sweeping the front before opening, he was totally rude to some campers who had some questions and told them he had things to do and was busy. The campground management needs some hospitality training.
Ruby's Corporation(?) basically owns everything in the area - it's like a huge National Park concession operation. High prices and no competition. The whole "town" looks like a tourist trap. The Cowboy Lodge buffet reminds me of casino buffets in Las Vegas; food is only so-so and overpriced, but when you can eat enough food for three people, who cares? Yech! But what are ya gonna do? It's about the only place to stay close to Bryce Canyon. I will spend more time looking around next time.
- Also Known As:
- Ruby`s Inn Campground And Rv Park Hotel Bryce
- Ruby's Inn Campground And RV Park Bryce, Utah