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Bryce Pioneer Village
RACHEL M from: Manchester, New Hampshire
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Apr, 24, 2021 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2021 Rating: 5
Nice stop in Bryce
Nice easy stop for the night. Cabins are clean, pool area is refreshing. Best part was the water pressure, the shower was perfect after a long day of hiking. It’s nothing fancy but great for the family of 5 to rest for a night. Staff was friendly and helpful.
mommywest from: Centerville, Utah
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Oct, 22, 2020 Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2020 Rating: 4
Great property in Tropic
We loved our stay in the three queen cabin. It had such a nice, cozy, country atmosphere, it was clean, it was nicely updated, and it was great to have a counter with stools, table and chairs, and microwave and fridge so we could eat in the room when we wanted to. (A couple more stools would have been helpful, but it worked fine.) Beds were firm and supportive, and the feather pillows were comfortable and plush. The bathroom is small, but more than adequate, and there is an extra sink, mirror, and counter area (with plugs) outside the bathroom. The shower had amazing water pressure! There was also an area in the room to hang clothing with a shelf on top. The outside walls and walls between the room were pretty thin, but thankfully people calmed down by 10 PM.
And what a beautiful setting! A stream running through the property, trees, and grass; a gazebo with comfy patio furniture and tables; picnic tables; a beautiful view; and a fire pit to roast marshmallows. We really want to try the on-site restaurant next time we come—it looked fun and smelled amazing! The property is within very easy walking distance of several other restaurants, a grocery store, and the next-door gas station/convenience store/gift shop where breakfast is also served in the mornings.
Breakfast is self-serve waffles, canned peaches, yogurt (one flavor in a large bowl), white bread and wheat bread with a toaster nearby, English muffins, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, milk, instant oatmeal, and three kinds of cereal (when we were there, it was Cap’n Crunch, Cheerios, and Rice Chex). We ate a healthier breakfast in our room the first two mornings because we’d be hiking, but let our kids eat at the free breakfast the morning we were heading home. I personally didn’t think it was worth the $5 it would cost someone staying at the RV park. Someone with food allergies/intolerances would definitely need to bring their own breakfast with them. I noted that the server was doing a great job keeping everything stocked, but she was not wearing a mask; neither was the person signing people in to the breakfast. I feel that’s something that needs to change.
Overall, we had a good experience and we would stay here again.
d1m1 from: Oregon
Published Date: Aug, 9, 2020 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2020 Rating: 5
Return Visit Required
Wow, what can I say. We are in the middle of a pandemic and Bryce Canyon Pioneer village made us feel safe and comfortable. We rented their big yellow house. It had 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Nice comfortable living room, great well stocked kitchen. You could get continental breakfast every morning next door at the stagecoach gas stop. It was very reasonably priced. The pool was great everyday after a day hiking or horseback riding. Easy access to the national park and loads of other activities to do within a short drive. I can't wait to come visit again. There was a slight kerfuffle with our reservation and they were so kind and apologetic. It was very much appreciated to be treated so respectfully. The restaurant on the property was great and we enjoyed the nightly entertainment also.
- Rooms: 5
- Cleanliness: 5
- Service: 5
Alina M from:
Published Date: Jan, 8, 2020 Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019 Rating: 3
Quaint location, decent stay
Tropic, Utah lies12-15 minutes below Bryce Canyon National Park, nestled in the bottom of the valley. Which makes the area about 10 degrees warmer than up at the park. Bryce Pioneer Village has the happy location of running alongside a stream, complete with a large bridge, huge shady trees, and a tasty restaurant. It's picture perfect, and I wish I had taken pictures to post, since I feel the website does a horrible job of providing accurate photographs.
My family of 6 reserved the queen deluxe room: 3 queen beds, one bath, an extra sink and table area. The kids loved it and we had a comfortable stay. The bathroom is tiny with no air vent or bathtub. The cabins could certainly use some updating inside, yet I liked the old look on the outside. A great value for the stay, I would reserve a second time.
Don't bother with the included continental breakfast, unless all you want is self-serve waffles, yoplait yogurt and canned peaches. No protein or compelx carbs was offered, which started my hiking trip completely winded after the first 50 yards and had to break out the jerky way earlier than intended.
- Value: 5
- Location: 5
- Service: 3
TGL_13 from: Indianapolis, Indiana
Published Date: Dec, 10, 2019 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019 Rating: 3
Best available that we could find on short notice in September. Rooms were very small and noisy but it was better than sleeping outside. The restaurant on site was pretty good but service was very slow.
Its kind of weird go next door above the gas station to eat the continental breakfast.
- Rooms: 2
- Location: 4
- Service: 3