Forever Resorts The Lodge at Bryce Canyon


Become part of the Forever Resorts hospitality team at The Lodge at Bryce Canyon in southern Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park! The lodge, popular with visitors from all over the world, is located in a remote area, inside the national park and is a registered National Historic Landmark.


You will experience the opportunity to live, work, and play in one of the most beautiful places on earth surrounded by nature and peacefulness with miles of trails to hike, Bryce Canyon to explore, geologic splendor, and unrivaled scenic vistas to view. Other recreation opportunities vary but include exercise and game rooms, group sports, raft trips, picnics, and shopping trips! While there is no public transportation, we do have scheduled company van trips throughout the season.


Words don’t convey the fantasy and beauty of Bryce Canyon; the canyon must be seen to be completely realized! If you are looking for an outdoor, casual, small community-type atmosphere, you will love working at Forever Resorts Bryce Canyon Lodge! *Please note- we are a drug-free employer and there is no smoking allowed within 25 feet of buildings.


Reasons to join us this summer:


-       Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are offered every day in the employee dining room!

-       Employer provided, dormitory style housing for only $91 per week!

-       Employee activities include basketball, karaoke, crafts, horseback riding, rafting and more!

-       Free use of internet computers


About Bryce Canyon National Park

At over 7.700 feet in elevation with an average of 1.7 million visitors annually, Bryce Canyon National Park is a uniquely secluded area. Although we plan regular shopping trips to Cedar City, UT and St. George, UT, it is important for you to know that shopping areas (including grocery and clothing) are a significant drive from the lodge. While you’re here, visit the Anasazi Indian Village State Park (80 miles away), Escalante Petrified Forest State Park (50 miles away), Grand Canyon (160+ miles away), Zion National Park (80 miles away), and more!


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Weather in Bryce Canyon National Park

Yearly temperatures vary from an average minimum of 9°F (-13°C) in January to an average maximum of 83°F (28°C) in July. Due to the higher elevation 7790ft (2375m) the climate is very dry. It’s important to drink plenty of water and take it easy the first 2 weeks until your body has adjusted to the altitude. Keep in mind that temperatures are typically cooler at Bryce Canyon than at other National Parks. Because temperatures can vary greatly from month to month, you should plan to pack warm clothes that can be layered, a jacket, and comfortable work shoes. Don’t forget your camera either! For more information, please visit

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How to Get There


Students must contact Bryce Canyon Human Resources at at least 2 weeks prior to arrival in the United States. It is recommended that students fly into either McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas, Nevada or Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) in Salt Lake City, Utah. Once you arrive, you will need to arrange a bus to Cedar City, Utah with or We provide a FREE shuttle from the Greyhound bus stop in Cedar City to the Lodge; however, you must arrive in Cedar City, UT no later than 3:00pm to catch the FREE shuttle.

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