This campground is part of Glen Canyon National rec area. It costs $14 (even in the off-season, apparently). Not sure it's worth that given that in the winter all but a few of the vault toilets are closed, but it's a nice, open space with a pleasant view of the lake and "Lone Rock". You can build a campfire right on the beach, and while we were here (early March) it was very uncrowded--just a few other campers spread out in the vast, open space. We have a 2wd and it did fine on the sand, just don't go careening off the edge of the drop-off into deeper sand unless you are confident your vehicle can handle it. Only about 20 minutes from Page, so convenient if you're looking to stay in the area for a day or so.
Dry camping next to Lake Powell. Boating,fishing and rzr riding.
Disclaimer - Was there in off-season. Great dispersed camping with lots of space and vault toilets scattered throughout the area as well as the main bathroom at parking lot. They do have outdoor showers there too, but water is turned off during the off-season so only count on that if there during season. They also don't charge during off-season, but do during season. Great area and multiple beach spots as well as in the dune areas. Make sure your vehicle can drive through the sand as you'll need to for any of the spots. Can also get windy there during certain times of year. And no or very little cell service here (Verizon or AT&T) and issues overall in the area with service due to bouncing between the UT and AZ cell towers.
Great beach and trails there. And the lake is great and can paddle out to Lone Rock
Right on the shore of Lake Powell. There are accessible 2wd spots but much more selection with 4wd. Outdoor showers and bathroom available.
My wife and I took a random trip through Arizona on the way to The North Rim Grand Canyon! We happened upon Page Arizona, and found that we are the only ones whom didn't already know about the area. In other words there were NO spots to camp left near the town. but we found this Dispersed camping just a few miles into Utah. We were a bit worried about not having a park host, or really any direction to where to park and set up. Although we did love the no Fee program!
turns out you park wherever you want! we found one of the few trees and parked near it, it was late and dark so we set up camp and slept, we woke up to one of the best views we have had yet, "Lone Rock" proudly stood in our mist like a loan Guard. with a beautiful sunrise we ate as we watch jet skis and water skis jet by.
We were only a few minutes outside of page and found our camp safe and sound when we returned from a full day on the lake kayaking!!! a short drive to "Horseshoe Bend", the worlds most photographed landscape! and of course Antelope Canyon.
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You can feel free to pay the "tourist" tax of visiting antelope canyon with a guild and a hundred other people… Or you can save $80 by renting a kayak in page for $30 and kayaking into the mouth of antelope canyon and see parts that most others never see!! see my photos!!
Beautiful and open campground smack dab in some of the most beautiful land this country has to offer!
YES, this area can get packed. lots of people/rvs/whole 9…BUT you can kinda camp where you want, so finding some space in this campground, even when it’s packed, wasn’t an issue for us.
Most of the lake front camping was taken, so my Lady and I set up camp a good distance away from lake. We could barely hear the people in the distance, and the stars at night were amazing!
we were not bothered by anyone, even with it being so crowded.
No shaded areas, so bring sun screen and shade set ups if you visit when it’s warm out.
Windy days can cause sand to get in everything..EVERYTHING.
Beach your boat/watertoys right out front! No services cept pit toilets, so bring it all. Bathrooms with sinks and outside rinse off shower at top of cliffs. Convenience store/gas 5 minutes away. Watertoy/boat rentals closeby at Wahweap or Page. Page has restaurants and Walmart, 20 minutes away. Busy especially on weekends, slow season is best.
This campground is very cool! Great view of Lake Powell and surrounding rock formations. Great for swimming, camping, pets, etc. No fire rings, but bathrooms are available. 4WD not necessary for some parts, but definitely necessary if wanting to drive down the beach through the sand. Tent and RV camping allowed, no reservations. Must pay the Glenn Canyon entrance fee unless you have a National Park Pass. Camping is an additional $14/night fee.
Really beautiful beach spot and nice to swim in and relax, but come prepared with shade and a table to cook on. If you plan to come here I think an RV is the best choice because I came with a tent and we left for a few hours and came back and an RV ran over it, so we had to set up somewhere else. It is also really windy, so come prepared for that as well. My overall tent camping experience was not great, but the spot is beautiful. Do not think it is worth the $15 per night.