What on earth are Hoodoos? At Bryce Canyon National Park, Hoodoos formed over thousands of years from the erosive forces of water, ice, and gravity. Bryce Canyon is filled with these Hoodoo towers, creating a spectacular display of nature.
Bryce Canyon is one of the most unique camping destinations. The sunsets over the colorful rock spires are truly incredible. It boasts as one of the last grand sanctuary of natural darkness; at night, the milky way extends from horizon to horizon and you can see over 7500 stars on a moonless night! Rent your gear now to camp at Bryce!
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