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White House Trailhead

5 Reviews

About This Campground

White House Trailhead provides the northern access to Paria Canyon and Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness. The undeveloped route into Paria Canyon from White House follows the riverbed, with no developed trail or facilities outside the trailhead. From the trailhead, hikers can enjoy…


For Campers

  • ADA Access
  • Picnic Table
  • Phone Service
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol

For Vehicles


    • Drive In
      Park next to your campsite
    • Walk In
      Park in a lot, walk to your campsite


    5 Reviews of White House Trailhead

    Ratings Breakdown

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    Kayla D.
    Reviewed Oct. 11, 2020

    Beauty and the BUGS!!

    Did I mention bugs galore? Yes there were so many we ended up putting everything on the picnic table and slept in our Subaru. Down a dead end dirt road. We got there at night and needed some light, as soon as we turned on our flashlights, the bugs would fly everywhere (even in your nose). But in…

    Laura M.The Dyrt PRO User
    Reviewed Sep. 18, 2020

    Tight space but very nice.

    At the end of  2 mile dirt road with constant washboard and 2 big dips (not appropriate for large trailers or RVs, but we made it in a 26 foot Class C well enough) is a very small campground with 8 sites and 4 walk in sites. Pit toilets available but no water so be sure to bring lots as it gets hot…

    Mary C.
    Reviewed Sep. 28, 2018

    Buckskin Gulch slot canyon trailhead

    Lots of canyoneers here, sites were overflowing with big groups. No shade at all, but most people spend their day in the canyon. Picnic tables be and pit toilets are the only amenities. It is a beautiful place, but a little crowded for me. I found a lovely spot back to the north on the banks of the…


    White House Trailhead is located in Utah


    From the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Visitor Center in Kanab, UT travel 42.5 miles east on Highway 89 to the White House Road/BLM751. Turn right and drive two miles to the trailhead parking lot. From Page, AZ, travel roughly 30 miles west on Highway 89. Turn left onto the White House Road/BLM751 and drive two miles to the trailhead parking lot. White House Road/BLM751 is unpaved. The trailhead is generally accessible by 2-wheel-drive vehicles, but after heavy rain and flooding, the road can become impassable.


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    111.88698067 W

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