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Bryce Canyon Springs

1300 W Cherokee Springs Rd, Hatch, UT, 84735

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Last Updated: November 15, 2023

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Campground Overview

At the intersection of comfort and convenience lies Bryce Canyon Springs, where you can take full advantage of the proximity to national parks while enjoying the serenity of our area. Our park is situated halfway between Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park off Highway 89. We are located two miles off Highway 89 and 5 miles south of Hatch. Our location means unmatched tranquility.

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Rules

Code of Conduct

Disorderly Persons

Code of Conduct

Noxious Activities

Code of Conduct

Damage

Pets

-Guests are responsible for their pets and should “clean up” after them. All pet droppings must be properly disposed of in a trash receptacle. If we incur expenses in excess of any “pet fee” paid by the guest, the guest will be required to reimburse us for those expenses. -Pets are not permitted in public buildings or amenity areas excluding the dog park and walking trails -Pets will be allowed in certain rental units upon payment of a non-refundable pet fee. Please note that any guest wishing to bring a pet and use a rental unit must advise Reservations of this fact when making their reservation arrangements. -Service animals may accompany a disabled person without any proof of disability or certification for the service animal and without payment of any pet fee or other surcharge. Service animals are permitted in buildings. -Pet policies may vary or change with no notice.

Campsites

-Campsites should be clean and neat, free of fire hazards and clutter. -Customers shall not make any alteration to the electric, water, or sewer connections provided by the campground/resort. -Customers should adhere to specific legal requirements when connecting to sewer, water, and electric services at the campground/resort. -Customers should be able to move your rig very quickly in case of emergency. -No extra air conditioners, wires, hoses, or cords are allowed except through the OEM port. -No repairs to vehicles shall be done in the campsites.

Pets

You may bring usual household pets such as dogs and cats to a campground and resort. No other animals, livestock, poultry, reptiles, insects, or exotic pets are permitted. -All pets must wear a collar identifying the owner and phone number. -Pets must be kept on a leash at all times and under the control of their owner. -Pets must not be left tied or otherwise unattended at any time. -For the protection of, and in consideration to other persons, noisy, aggressive, vicious, unruly or poisonous pets are not allowed at a campground and resort. Persons who are unable to control their pets must remove them from the campground and resort, or the animal may be taken to/by local animal control authorities. -The owner of any pet is responsible for any injuries or damages caused by their pets. In addition, the owner of any pet that causes injury or damage to another is expected to resolve the issue directly with the injured party. We are not responsible for any injuries or damages caused by any guest pets.

Camper's Spaces

DON’T ENCROACH ON OTHER CAMPERS’ SPACES

RV Rules

Overall, the RV should look and function as it was originally designed. While we can’t provide a list including every possible scenario, the following are a few examples that should be helpful: -Doors, shrouds, panels, windows, coverings, etc. should be intact and not unsightly. -The exterior should be not unsightly and should be free of obvious, poorly-repaired damages. -Tarps cannot be used for weatherproofing and awnings should be in good condition. -Air conditioning units should not be added through the walls or windows unless previously approved. -All hoses, wires, etc. should route through ports as originally designed. -The exterior should be free of duct tape, repair tape, excessive caulk, etc.

RV isolated Issues

Isolated minor issues are generally acceptable, provided multiple issues aren’t combined to substantially deteriorate the appearance of an RV: -Minor body damage which has been properly repaired but is still visible. -Fading of decals and/or paint. -Minor window cracking, although replacements should be scheduled. -Damage from traveling that has just happened, especially if you have a repair plan.

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