Ruby’s Inn, Bryce Canyon’s most adventurous place to stay
Say goodbye to coats, gloves, beanies and snow. Spring is on its way, which means a fresh set of outdoor adventures awaits you at Ruby’s Inn. Beginning around March 24, many of their attractions that close for winter begin reopening. Be the first to soak up rays of spring’s sunshine at Ruby’s Inn for your spring break.
With its western charm and a Ruby’s Inn favorite, Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill will open its doors for spring travelers in April. At Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill come prepared for a night of old-fashioned small town fun and traditional country music.
“My family and I came down for a show and absolutely loved it!” says Justin Clark about Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill. “The staff was kind, and the food was great. I’ve seen a lot of shows like this, and the entertainment at Ebenezer’s is by far the best around.” Clark goes on to say, “The musicians are top quality, and the show moves at a great pace. A few of my family members who aren’t huge country fans ended up loving the show. Definitely the highlight of Bryce Canyon for our family. We will definitely be back!”
Snow melting off the tips of the hoodoos and the muddy trails drying up, means it’s time to explore the lesser-known parts of The Dixie National Forest by ATV. Ruby’s Inn offers guided tours through Ponderosa pine forests to the rim of Bryce Canyon National Park. Guided ATV tours give you a chance to take in the mountain air and experience some pristine areas of The Dixie National Forest.
Come enjoy Ruby’s Inn during spring break so you can experience the change of seasons and beat the crowds before summer. Spring means more hiking through the hoodoos or biking through several paved trails by the Ponderosa pines. Hiking and biking trails for all ages and skill levels are available. See Ruby’s Inn’s website for more information about hiking trails and bike rentals.
To learn more about how you can have the most adventurous spring break visit rubysinn.com.
For more Spring Break tips, jump over to the Visit Bryce Canyon City website: https://www.visitbrycecanyoncity.com/2017/03/13/things-bryce-canyon-spring/
About Ruby’s Inn:
Since 1916, Ruby’s Inn has been making it easy for visitors from around the world to experience the epic scenery of Bryce Canyon National Park. Ruby’s Inn is located at the entrance to the park and offers the closest lodging with everything from luxury hotel rooms to RV parks and campgrounds. Ruby’s Inn is open year-round and has exclusive access to canyon overlooks for horseback riding, ATV riding, horse-drawn sleigh rides and snowshoeing. The Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill entertains crowds nightly from April through October with a western dinner show and cowboy grub. The General Store provides fuel, groceries, camping gear, clothing and souvenirs. To plan your vacation, visit rubysinn.com or call 1-866-866-6616.