Tom Best Spring Road is an easy drive near Bryce Canyon National Park with a plethora of dispersed camping. The southern end is dotted with shaded campsites capable of hosting RVs. Further north, the campsites begin to thin out, but the scenery improves with large open prairies, pine-dotted hillsides, and colorful bluffs. The namesake spring is marked with signage. It's a short drive or an easy walk to the watery oasis. The drive requires crossing the normally dry Hunt Wash.
Most of the trail is in the Dixie National Forest. The northern end crosses private ranch land and is far more boring. Just watch out for cattle on the road.
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