There are several spots along this road. We chose a spot big enough for 2 campers. Bring levelers as most spots are on an incline.
There’s a sign when entering that says cabin hollow
Absolutely loved this location. Extremely quiet, our site was very far from neighbors and only about 15 minutes from Bryce Canyon NP.
Great spots with fire rings. Good cell service, silent, cool weather, and not far from Bryce Canyon.
Spent two nights. We drove a few miles past Corral Hollow up on a ridge. The further in we drove the rougher the road got. Our 4WD did not have problems but cars with lower clearance might struggle.
It was quiet, beautiful, and felt isolated. We did see a few ATVs and motorcycles.
Came here after a full day at Zion (only an hour or so from the east entrance) The road may be difficult in wet conditions but it was easy for our SUV to get through. Passed enough campers to feel safe, yet private! One our favorite spots, so beautiful.
Roof top tented here for a night. Was easy to find using the coordinates, lots of private campsites along the road, we ended up driving around 2 miles back to grab a spot, and the road kept going. Drove through with a Subaru Impreza, so the roads doable with any car. Enjoy!
Plenty of options when it comes to camp spots, clean, and safe!
This place was great. Dark and quiet, we could not hear or see our neighbors (but we went further in). Road a bit rough, take it slow. Amazing views. Watch where you place the tent, ours was on a slight slant.
Wish we could stay longer - this is one of my favorite spots yet. Quiet, with just the breeze through the trees. Some people around, but a lot of distance between. We went deep down the road (w/2wheel drive) and were happy for our high clearance. Don’t think I’d want to do this road in the rain (but I’m also a bit of an off road wimp). Great Verizon & T-Mobile coverage to work & school from the road.
About 20 minutes or so from the gate into Bryce Canyon NP. Signage in the area shows this area is called “Cabin Hollow.” Area was accessible in our RWD Transit no problem. Maybe 7 or 8 sites in the first mile or so. A few of them are tucked back away from the track to keep the dust down and give a good sense of solitude.
Dirt is packed nicely in the campsites, so we had little concern for getting ourselves stuck and having to recover.
Beautiful spot nestled at the base of some great Hutus! Can easily walk up on the ridge and get a good view
Amazing place. Quiet and secluded. Easy access road.
Visited late September 2020. A short drive off UT 12, follow forest road 121 north. I went 3/4 mile before choosing a site. The road is dirt with some small rocks and (when dry) is passable with any vehicle. Campsites are clean and some have stone fire rings. Saw just a few people. Very quiet. Heard nothing but the occasional animal and high flying aircraft.