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Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

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National Recreation Area

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

No reservations. $14 per vehicle/per night in addition to entry fees. Primitive camping is on a sandy beach or in dunes. No designated campsites. Open fires permitted, must be within four foot squared area. Quiet time 10pm-6am. 4 micro flush toilets, 6 vault toilets, 1 comfort station/wheelchair accessible, outdoor cold shower, Off Road Vehicle area, dump station, potable water (seasonal), and day use area. No launch ramp.

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Location

Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is located in Arizona

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Directions

If you are driving north on Hwy 89 from Glen Canyon dam, right after the Utah state line is the turnoff for Lone Rock Beach. It is a small sign. Fee booth closer to beach.

Address

Off Hwy 89 at Arizona/Utah state line
Greenehaven, AZ 86040

Coordinates

37.01616 N
111.540347 W

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  • Drive-In
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  • Walk-In
    Park in a lot, walk to your site.
  • Hike-In
    Backcountry sites.
  • Boat-In
    Sites accessible by watercraft.

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Site Types

  • Tent Sites
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  • Standard (Tent/RV)
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Features

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  • Trash
  • Phone Service
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol

For Vehicles

  • Sanitary Dump
  • Big Rig Friendly

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L
Reviewed Jun. 2, 2024

Amazing view - not isolated

The view is incredible with the view of the lone rock. However, don’t expect to be far from others as people park close together as it gets busy (although we did visit in May on a Saturday). Also access to swimming with spots to fish and jump in.

Month of VisitJune
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Lewis J., June 2, 2024
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Lewis J., June 2, 2024
Morgan B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 23, 2024

Great View

This spot is on a rock/sand beach. Perfect stayover when exploring Page. There are no designated spots, just a large beach area to park, setup on. Not too crowded in May. Several vault toilets.

Month of VisitJune
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Morgan B., May 23, 2024
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Morgan B., May 23, 2024
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Morgan B., May 23, 2024
Emmaly F.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 15, 2024

Do no underestimate the wind and sand

I only give this place one star because when the sky turns black and the wind picks up you have about 10 minutes to get into your car or rv. The sand that blows with the wind blinds you, makes it hard to breath and gets in your mouth. Do not underestimate the wind, if you try to steak down your stuff last minute good luck. We were sheltering in our truck and saw three tents float by in the lake.

Even on a mild wind day the wind carries the sand and makes this spot hard to enjoy.

Nature at its finest!

Happy travels!

Sitebeach front
Month of VisitJune
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Emmaly F., May 15, 2024
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Greg L.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 16, 2024

Wide open dispersed fee camping

To access you have to pay NPS entry fee or have senior pass. The camping is open dispersed $14/$7 senior, 14d limit. Lots of tiny toilets scattered around. Cell was very good for 5g T-Mobile. Dumpsters at upper end on way out. Fees are paid at the entrance station. This area is an off-road play area on sandy hills toward the top of the area

Month of VisitApril
Blaine W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 13, 2024

Open Camping on Or near Beach

Arrived at 10pm. No directional signs, but figured out on google maps it’s an open area.

Sitena
Month of VisitApril
Korapin S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 1, 2024

Gorgeous and peaceful

We were there on the end of February and there were not too many campers. The toilet facilities were closed. We get small wind at night. There are fire ring.

Month of VisitMarch
Emily C.
Reviewed Aug. 18, 2023

Great beach front spots

Bathrooms decently close to shoreline, park not actively gated at the moment and the showers and main bathrooms are closed but you can travel to the Wahweap campground for cheap showers if needed!

Deep sand makes high clearance and four wheel drive desired, but there were many RVs and campers that made it through the sand to the shore (whether or not they’ll be able to leave, I cannot say).

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Month of VisitSeptember
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Emily C., August 18, 2023
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Emily C., August 18, 2023
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Emily C., August 18, 2023
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Veronica H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 4, 2023

Beautiful stay!

The water level was finally up to lone rock!! We pleasantly camped right next to the lake, but the water level was rising so quickly that By morning we had to move tent and campfire back a bit. Through the night one of our jet skis has floated all the way to the other side of lone rock and was beached up on the sand. Was able to go completely around with pontoon boat and jet skis! The garbage situation wasn’t very pleasant though.

Month of VisitJuly
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Veronica H., August 4, 2023
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Veronica H., August 4, 2023
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Veronica H., August 4, 2023
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d
Reviewed Jun. 26, 2023

Hidden gem

Great spot! Absolutely more than we expected. We were looking between here and Wahweap camp grounds and this was way better with easier access to the water. Wahweap actually wasn’t offering beach access at the time. All there swimming areas were closed. Definitely recommend!

Sitebeach
Month of VisitJuly
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by david , June 26, 2023
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by david , June 26, 2023
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Meggy B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 23, 2023

Beach Camping

Not sure if it’s the time of year or what but there were no entry or camping fees!

This place is beautiful with tons of room for campers, trailers, tents, ORV’s, and you name it! Driving on the sand was a breeze and only had to use 4WD getting down to the water. Lots of clean private vault toilets.

We scoped it out during the day and then arrived to set up at night- highly recommend getting to your spot before dark because it was pitch black out there.

A bit windy at night but quiet and peaceful! Would definitely return!

SiteLower level cliff area
Month of VisitMay
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Meggy B., April 23, 2023
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Meggy B., April 23, 2023
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Meggy B., April 23, 2023
Lynn G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 20, 2023

We Loved It At Lone Rock

We have a 40’ Fifth Wheel and were worried about getting stuck in the sand. We walked the area and decided on a spot a little way back from the Sandy beach area. Since it was March, there were not too many people camped out there. It was beautiful and quiet. We had great cell service with ATT, and there were no amenities. The Dump Station was closed at Lone Rock, but there are many other dump stations and potable water in Page. Lots of things to do and see in the area. We stayed 8 days and loved our time there.

SiteNo Site - Just on the Beach
Month of VisitApril
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Lynn G., March 20, 2023
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Lynn G., March 20, 2023
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Lynn G., March 20, 2023
Kimberly  M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 16, 2022

Primitive And Awesome!

We have camped here many times over the years and LOVE it!  I will say it was a lot more scenic when the water was higher but even with no water it is beautiful.  You want to avoid going too far down the beach because the sand gets very soft and deep and you will get stuck.  There are tons of other places to set up your camp with no worries.  No hookups but they do have a dump station and vault toilets.  In the summer they also have cold outdoor showers.  It does get very crowded and busy in the summer (well it used to when there was water in the lake) so we prefer to camp in the "off" season.  It also gets very, very hot in the summer.  Winter is somewhat mild and could be a very good time to camp.  The last time I camped here was in February and it was perfect.  You can also bring your ATV and have loads of fun riding on trails and up on the hill!  The town of Page, AZ. is close by if you need or want to go shopping.   This campground is also a good location for your home base.  There are many awesome places to explore in the area.

Month of VisitMarch
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Kimberly  M., December 16, 2022
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Kimberly  M., December 16, 2022
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Kelly H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 2, 2022

Oh my gosh, how fun was this!

Stopped here going through the area and stayed an extra night! Not our usual scene, but in November it was relatively peaceful and lovely! LOVED watching the color of Lake Powell change through the day. The sunrises were magical! A few motorcycles and atv’s buzzing around through the day but people were respectful. A bit scary at how the water level has receded since the google earth image!

We paid 7.00/night with the National Park Access Pass.  Had good Verizon, and thus a wifi hotspot too.

Sitedispersed camping
Month of VisitNovember
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Kelly H., November 2, 2022
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Kelly H., November 2, 2022
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J
Reviewed Sep. 21, 2022

Don’t get stuck!

With the deep sand here, it’s east to get stuck if you aren’t careful. Watched one person get stuck out first night here. With how low the water is, it’s kind of like camping at sand dunes

Month of VisitOctober
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Justin , September 21, 2022
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Justin , September 21, 2022
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Justin , September 21, 2022
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Roger W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 28, 2022

Almost Alone at Lone Rock

This campground can accommodate 5000 units as per rec.gov! Looks like it. However, low water levels has brought the number of campers way down. There are less than 30 camping units spread out over several acres during our mid week stay. A nice experience!

SiteSecond tier
Month of VisitAugust
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Roger W., July 28, 2022
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Roger W., July 28, 2022
M
Reviewed Jul. 27, 2022

Awesome spot with a view

Simply drive in and find a spot to camp! Great views of the lake. Definitely will come back.

SiteThe Beach
Month of VisitAugust
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Mariano A., July 27, 2022
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allison W.
Reviewed Jul. 23, 2022

Loved this!

Not sure why some of the reviews are so critical — this is primitive camping, no surprises here. The only tragic thing was seeing how low the water levels were. I camped here some years ago and the landscape was much different. At any rate, even though the lake itself has withdrawn, the soil/sand remains soft so it’s best to keep your vehicle a bit further out and then walk down to the water. (This also gives you the chance to stake out some more privacy.) Be polite, be smart, pack out what you pack in.

Month of VisitJuly
Bas V.
Reviewed Jun. 24, 2022

Wow

First primitive camping experience for us. What a great way to start!!!

The view and place are amazing. Neat toilets and showers. Also when leaving the site you pass a dump station and a potable water tap.

One tip, avoid the loose sand, you don’t wanna get stuck

Month of VisitJuly
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Bas V., June 24, 2022
Kristin S.The Dyrt ADMIN User
Reviewed May. 8, 2022

Prime but Very Popular Spot

If you've ever been to the Wahweap side of Lake Powell, you've likely heard of or seen photos of Lone Rock Beach. It's a fantastic dispersed camping area and you can drive up and sleep right along the shore of the lake. 

The sand gets deep as you get closer to the water line, so be sure to have a 4WD vehicle or else you'll want to park and walk down to pitch a tent closer to the water. There are also lots of camping options further up the beach, nearer to the restrooms with firmer ground for those that aren't prepared to drive in deep sand. It's also worth mentioning that the water levels are such that you cannot currently boat to Lone Rock (as of May 2022). 

Do not expect to find a remote, empty beach here. There will likely be lots of other people dispersed along the beach, especially in the high season. You can certainly find your own private pocket of sand, but along the water it gets understandably more crowded. 

Also, it gets very windy in the spring/early summer months so if you're in a tent, this could be a frustrating experience. All those things said, this is a very cool place to camp at Lake Powell. The views are beautiful and the desert surrounding the lake never gets boring. There are lots of sightseeing and hiking opportunities nearby and the NPS keeps the facilities clean. There are a handful of restrooms available as well as an RV dump station and potable water (in-season). There is also a Pilot gas station a short drive away for cold drinks and snacks in a pinch.

You will need to pay the NPS park entry fees in addition to the $14 per night camping fee. In the off-season, this is done at the pay station upon entering. 

If you're there on an extremely windy day, you may want to rethink taking a walk along the beach unless you're hoping for a full body exfoliation (speaking from experience).

Month of VisitJune
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Kristin S., May 8, 2022
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Kristin S., May 8, 2022
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Damian B.
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2022

Nice

Shower and upper toilets opened as of 04.16. Easy to find a good spot but scout the route first. A few cars got stuck in sand. Water level in the lake is really low.

Month of VisitMay
tThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 25, 2021

Camp next to the water!

You can't beat this location. Camp anywhere you like on the soft sand and along Lone Rock Beach on Lake Powell. No amendities or hook ups except scattered vault toliets around the beach. At the paved parking lot and before you first hit the sand there is a pinic area, bathroom, and outdoor showers (like those you see at the beach).

We had plenty of room to pick a spot along the shore on a Saturday afternoon even though there were a bunch of campers, RVs, and day visitors. We were here after Labor Day so it wasn't as busy as it normally may be. Only reason this isn't 5 stars is that the water was super low and there isn't much privacy even from a distance. But this was one of my favorite spots I've ever camped!

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Month of VisitOctober
a
Reviewed Sep. 16, 2021

Not a huge fan

It’s not the location that got the 3 stars it’s the crowded beach. We got here on a Thursday evening hoping to find a semi secluded campsite near the water. This campground was literally so crowded.. on a Thursday? Our neighbors started blasting their music as soon as I laid down for bed. From what Im guessing there wasn’t any sort of quiet time. There were lots of side by sides trying to show off with their loud music. This place would’ve been great if we caught it on a night with less of a crowd. The view was really great and sunrise was awesome.

Month of VisitOctober
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by abigail K., September 16, 2021
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B O.
Reviewed Sep. 12, 2021

Amazing view

Amazing views, but beware that sand is loose and can get stuck real quick. They have bathrooms scattered around.

Month of VisitOctober
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by B O., September 12, 2021
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by B O., September 12, 2021
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Rachel N.
Reviewed Sep. 8, 2021

Sandy site

Amazing spot on lake Powell! Stay here one night. For a paddle board trip with friends, if you’re wanting privacy this isn’t the site for you as there are LOTs of people along the waters edge. The mid afternoon wind made the sand blow pretty bad so I’d set up early or after the wind time. There were nearby bathrooms with outdoor showers that was amazing !! High clearance vehicle is a must in my opinion as with the blowing sand it could be possible to get stuck.

Month of VisitJune
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Rachel N., September 8, 2021
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Rachel N., September 8, 2021
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Shari  G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 6, 2021

Sand & Sunrises

There's boondocking, and then there's National Recreation Area boondocking near Lone Rock along the shores of Lake Powell. If you want an introduction to this kind of camping, this is a good place to start --  call it "boondocking light." With freshwater available, a sanitary dump and even flush toilets all within walking distance of the dispersed camping area, you can pick and choose your level of comfort. 

You can also choose how far out onto the sand you want to go. This area could easily hold thousands of campers, tents, RVs and Vans, like some camping festival rock concert, where the main act is the daily sunrise as it hits the massive tower of sandstone lending its name to the area.  So, you won’t need to worry about making a reservation even during the most popular times of year. 

Sand is an issue here, in your hair, in your food, in your trailer, and under your tires. Once you leave the pavement, it's best to stick to the tire tracks of the many vehicles who came before. There are places where the sand gets pretty deep and soft and we saw just a handful of vehicles requiring a push, tow, and otherwise shoved pack to the hardpack. Most of those however, we either pulling a big rig or only had 2WD. Fortunately, there are more than enough 4WD vehicles driven by enthusiastically prepared people just itching for the chance to use their new tow strap. Have a six-pack at the ready and be willing to make new friends. 

The main toilet block is located above the main camping area with running water and flush toilets, but no showers. The outside swimming showers and drinking fountains were closed as a result of COVID-19 and water restrictions (it's been a major drought y'all.) Additionally, many portable vault toilets can be found scattered throughout the camping area minimizing the walk to the toilet. 

The local area is simply brimming with outdoor adventure activities from hiking, and paddling to canyoneering and motorized off-road recreation. The destinations are picture-worthy from mountain summits to slot-canyons and horseshoe bends in the Colorado River. The nearest town with all the usual services is Page, AZ, just across the state border. There you will be able to stock up on groceries, fuel and anything else you might have in mind.

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Month of VisitMay
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Shari  G., August 6, 2021
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Shari  G., August 6, 2021
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E
Reviewed Jun. 25, 2021

ATVs all night long

If you’re looking for a quiet place to sleep, or to sleep at all, this is not your place. People driving their trucks & ATVs literally all night long. Had 2 huge toy haulers and about 6 other vehicles pull up next to us at 3am and people were driving past us all night. Fireworks being shot off until midnight on a Thursday. Not ideal if you’re sleeping in your car or tent, but if you have an RV with blackout curtains maybe not as much of a nuisance.

Month of VisitJuly
L
Reviewed Jun. 8, 2021

Best spot in Page

I really liked camping here and I felt safe being alone. There were rangers patrolling and people were overall respectful. If you don’t have 4wd I’d stick to the upper loop- go left right after the bathroom facilities. If you have 4wd and want to camp on the water, head straight after the bathrooms and go left at the fork. Stick to the established roads and when you’re going uphill do not stop or slow down. I have 4wd and did just fine. Would def stay here again:) enjoy!

Month of VisitJuly
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Laura L., June 8, 2021
B
Reviewed Jun. 1, 2021

Lake Powell Camping

Such a nice camping area! Super easy to get stuck in the sand here so be prepared and walk your route before you try and drive it. Super fun for big groups and weekend trips!

Month of VisitJune
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by Brittley A., June 1, 2021
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J
Reviewed May. 10, 2021

Sahara desert campground

Hot, sandy, windy, crappy beach. Not my idea of a lake front campground.

Sitebailed after 30 minutes
Month of VisitJune
b
Reviewed May. 2, 2021

Very Convenient

We arrived after dark in a 2wd Campervan. There are roads (trails) through the sand to the beach. Some are more solid than others we almost got stuck. Be careful in your selection on which path to take. The main restrooms at the entrance are nice and clean with sinks and flushable toilets. There are around 10 other primitive restrooms dispersed closer to the beach. It was extremely windy when we arrived and was almost unbearable to be outside. If the conditions are windy be prepared to be sandblasted! I suggest finding a spot next to some brush to cut down on the sand. Or the Wahweap campground is paved so less sand.

SiteBeach
Month of VisitMay
  • Review photo of Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area by brian B., May 2, 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area have wifi?

No, according to campers on TheDyrt.com, Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area does not have wifi.

Is there cell phone reception at Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area — Glen Canyon National Recreation Area?

According to campers on TheDyrt.com, Verizon signal is good, AT&T is available, and T-Mobile is poor.