The landscape is otherworldly. It is a true treasure of the National Park System. It's a great visit any time of year but be aware that during the summer season, the crowds can be daunting. Take water and snacks and either hike down into the canyon or hike the rim trail. Both yield some outstanding views of this unique landscape.
We we are there in mid march and it's definitely pre-season. Plenty of camp spots available on first come first serve basis. The showers that were listed as open at the General Store did not open until mid April, so that was unfortunate. We rode bikes to the end of the scenic road and also hiked the hoodoos. We loved our camp spot. Limited camp bathrooms were open but we had plenty of options.
Can't add anything to what has been written already. Get your hiking legs ready and spend the day walking around and enjoying how beautiful it is. Start early to enjoy the quiet of the canyons.
Nature does wonders. I would recommend to block some time to explore one of the less famous canyons in the neighborhood. We ended up alone with no people in the sight.
A Winter Wonderland... So so stunning! We absolutely loved our visit to the park. The snow added so much charm to the hoodoos. Please stop by the visitors center and watch the short documentary about Bryce canyons. It's very informative and you'd appreciate the park more if you know the history.