Bryce Canyon National Park is well worth the trip to visit it. Plan to spend about 2 days there as there are multiple viewpoints along the main area with many viewpoints near the entrance of the park but I would highly recommend a hike down to the bottom of the canyon. We ended up getting a camping spot at the North campground and stayed there at on Memorial Day. This time is perfect to be in Bryce Canyon as the temperature was 60 degrees during the day and never too hot while hiking in the red rocks. It’s hard to camp in any elevation in Colorado, Idaho, or Wyoming over the Memorial Day weekend as you could possibly be snowed on or in rainy weather. So chose Utah!
From the North Campground, you can easily access the Rim to Rim hike and see all the amazing viewpoints from Sunrise Point to Sunset Point to Inspiration Point. It’s impossible to get a bad view or photograph there! Inspiration Point was my favorite and is the viewpoint where you see most of the photos from. It is known for the famous sunset pictures and I will tell you to be there several hours before sunset as the rim cuts off the sun well before it actually sets.