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Located in the Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, the Bryce Canyon Lodge is a structure built in the mid 1920s using local materials. Architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood designed it, and is one of the best examples of the National Park Service rustic design.

The structure has been designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1987, mostly for its architectural significance. Being the last complete and intact structure worked on by Underwood in Utah, it is a really great spot to come and see. Its shingles make it extra special, as they were originally designed by Underwood.

The Bryce Canyon Lodge is now under the management of Forever Resorts, in accordance to a contract with the National Park Service. It is also known as the Bryce Canyon Lodge and Deluxe Cabins.
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