Standard (tent/RV)
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Stateline Campground

Stateline Campground is located on the border of Utah and Arizona on the Houserock Valley Road. The campground has about 7 sites with a pit toilet and shade structures. The site has no water. The site also is where the Arizona National Scenic Trail ends.

Fee Info
Bureau of Land Management
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Stateline Campground is located in Arizona
37.0013 N
-112.035 W
Get Directions
From Fredonia, take 89A east over the Kaibab Plateau to House Rock Valley Road. Turn north on House Rock Valley Road until you see signs for the Stateline Campground.
4 Reviews of Stateline Campground
Great spot for a quick overnight.

Good spot for those who plan on hiking “the wave”, buckskin gulch, or wire pass.

One of the best campgrounds we have been to.

Great quiet and clean campsite. Toilets are the cleanest we have experienced. Each campsite has a covered table. The campfire/grill is great.

The only downside is there is no water (so make sure you bring your own, this is the desert) and you also will need to bring your own firewood.

A hidden gem

The road up to this site is rough. Did I mention the road is rough? Yet… even though the road is quite rough it is well worth the journey. Very small FOC site though quite well appointed. We were alone midweek in mid May. Days were warm and nights were chilly. Toilets are clean enough and there is sufficient shade as well as fire rings. We did not have a permit to hike so we set out for antelope canyon me other adventures

First to Review
Small But Very Nice

About a mile past the trailhead for Buckskin Gulch and The Wave, and about 9.5 miles off Highway 89 via a gravel road, this free campground was much nicer than we were expecting. There are only four spaces, but all have tables, fire rings, bbqs and shade structures. We were here there week before Christmas and had it to ourselves. Pit toilets were clean. There is no water, no cell service. Road in was in decent shape. There was one wash with water in it that was a little rough, but anything except maybe a small passenger car could probably negotiate it without much trouble. The Wave requires a permit to hike it ( we saw a couple getting cited for not having one) and it's not easy to get. But it is definitely worth the effort…a truly spectacular site!