History of Ruby's Inn, Utah
Taken from the Utah Palce Names. (Links Added)

RUBY'S INN

Ruby's Inn (Garfield) is on U-12 two and one-half miles north of the Bryce Canyon National Park visitors center. In 1916 Reuben (Ruby) C. Syrett built a small lodge and some cabins near Sunset Point. Today it is a prominent junction with several motels and a small community.

John W. Van Cott

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