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Rent camping gear - Bryce Canyon National Park

Updated: Aug 25, 2023

Renting camping gear for Bryce Canyon National Park trips from Las Vegas is easy and affordable. Forget about the lodges and hotels! There's no better way to escape civilization than by losing oneself in nature. Imagine how amazing the Milky Way will look from your tent while camping under the stars. Now you can save space in your luggage and simply rent outdoor gear for Bryce Canyon National Park and the rest of your Southwest adventure.

Follow this link for our suggestions of things to do and places to stay in or near Bryce Canyon National Park.

Rental camping gear for Bryce Canyon National Park

Browse our rental camp packages and/or supplement your camping gear with individual outdoor rental items. You can hire tents, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, camping lanterns, camp furniture, coolers and other camp kitchen gear - anything you need for a wonderful outdoor experience at Bryce Canyon National Park.

Specifically for Bryce Canyon National Park, we recommend getting a 3-season sleeping bag for the greater part of the year. Even in summer, though the sun may blaze down on you during the day, nights will get deceivingly cold. Check the weather forecast prior to heading out. If temperatures fall to below 50°F, opt for a warmer sleeping bag or consider investing in a sleeping bag liner. In winter and the shoulder seasons, if temperatures fall below 30°F, rent a winter sleeping bag. All of our rental sleeping pads are insulated for all season use.

Reserve your rental outdoor gear for Bryce Canyon National Park through our website and pick up your items in our convenient location near Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas. Ending your trip in a different city? We offer one-way return shipping for most of our items!

Practical information for camping at Bryce Canyon National Park

First and foremost, check out this page about things to do and places to stay at Bryce Canyon National Park. Aside from that, here are a few more important things to know when staying overnight at Bryce:

  • Bryce Canyon National Park gained International Dark Sky status in 2019. This makes it one of the best places in the United States from which to watch the stars. We highly recommend you sign up for the park's astronomy programs when you arrive in the park.

  • Old Paiute legends make for spooky campfire stories. Here's one about the hoodoos, the most recognizable feature of Bryce Canyon National Park.

  • The weather always surprises. If you're coming from Zion, prepare for a much colder night at Bryce. Being 1000 feet higher in elevation, it often makes it more than 10°F cooler! When night falls, you'll feel that right away.

  • When anyone talks to you about watching a sunset and/or sunrise at Bryce Canyon National Park, they mean looking in the opposite direction from the sun. With a bit of patience and immaculate timing, watching the rays of the sun shining on the orange rocks of the park will blow your mind.

  • The closest international airport to Bryce Canyon National Park is Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas. It takes about 4 hours to drive there directly, but most people add 30 minutes to their drive and pass through Zion National Park on the way.

Pink hues of the sky above orange rock pillars interspersed with white snow patches
Winter sunrise over the Bryce Amphitheater and the Aquarius Plateau


Bryce Canyon is an amazing place to camp! Take a minute to browse through our rental gear inventory and decide for yourself whether to bring your own gear from home, supplement your personal items, or rent complete camping packages from us.

Feel free to contact us should you need more information about renting gear for camping and/or backpacking in or around Bryce Canyon National Park or any other location in the American Southwest.

We look forward to seeing you on the trail!

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