Our Bryce Canyon Motel
There's a lot to see and do near our motel in the vast playground of southern Utah. There are more national and state parks near our Grand Staircase lodging than anywhere else in the nation. A must-see is the Grosvenor Arch, located in the Grand Staircase National Monument, named in honor of Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor who was a president of the National Geographic Society, publishers of National Geographic Magazine. Book your stay at our lodging in Grand Staircase today, and experience the beauty of Southern Utah. While lodging with us we also recommend visiting:
Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument - Our motel is near Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. This popular southern Utah monument is a geologic sampler with a huge variety of formations, features, and world-class paleontological sites.
Kodachrome State Park -Kodachrome State Park is located just 9 miles south of our motel. Named after Kodak film by the National Geographic exploration team in 1948 during their exploration.
Zion National Park - Utah's oldest national park is known for its incredible canyons, specifically The Narrows. This is a frequently visited park by tourists, and definitely a must-see since our motel is near Zion National Park.. Zion is a great day trip destination for the whole family.
Pine Lake – Enjoy the beauty of Pine Lake while boating, fishing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. You’ll love a trip to this south-central lake while staying at our Grand Staircase motel.
Grosvenors Arch - This unique sandstone double arch is just a short distance from our motel and makes for a memorable visit during your vacation.
Capitol Reef – Characterized for its colorful sandstone formations, large cliffs and beautiful canyons, this Utah national park has plenty to do and see.
Cottonwood Canyon - This hike is perfect for the whole family. Choose from various trails, and let the spirit of adventure take root. This makes for a perfect day trip from the Grand Staircase area.
Bryce Canyon - Colorful buttes and scenic vistas with pink, orange, and white cliffs have dazzled millions at Bryce Canyon National Park. See for yourself why they all look forward to visiting again, our Bryce Canyon motel is the perfect place to stay.
Hole in the Rock – Walk in the shoes of the early pioneers where they descended to the Colorado River with their wagons. This short trail is steep, but the view makes it worth the effort.