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Camping is allowed in undeveloped areas on Lake Powell.

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When planning a camping trip by boat or 4-wheel-drive road in Glen Canyon, it is best to buy a map beforehand. These show the side canyons, good hiking spots, points of interest and marinas, explain the navigation system, and may provide fishing information. In an emergency you will need to report your location on Marine Band 16 or call 911.

There is no camping fee or permit required to camp on the lake in undeveloped areas. However, entrance fees and vessel use fees apply. You can camp anywhere on the shorelines of Lake Powell except in developed marinas.

The main channel varies in depth from 100 to 600 feet. It is recommended that you anchor on a beach for the night, as high winds can move boats into rocks and cause damage. There are no motor vehicles, off-road vehicles or bicycles allowed in Glen Canyon's roadless areas.

All campsites are required to have a portable toilet unless toilets are available on the vessel or within 200 yards of the campsite. Regular water-quality checks are conducted to ensure compliance with sanitation laws. Pets are allowed on beaches as long as waste is cleaned up. Dispose of waste properly. Burying waste of any kind on the beach is prohibited. Waste may not be contained in a plastic bag unless it is an NPS-approved Waste Bag Containment System, which must be deposited in the trash.

When anchoring multiple houseboats on the same beach, park at least 100 feet apart to help reduce carbon monoxide buildup. It is not a good idea to tie powerboat or personal-watercraft lines to houseboat-anchor lines, as they can cause the anchor lines to come loose. Do not camp under overhanging rocks, as downpouring rain can sink a vessel. Ground fires of wood only are allowed below the high water line. Fires must be no more than 4 feet wide and 4 feet high. Fireworks are illegal.

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Camping at Lone Rock NPS


North 89, Page, AZ | More Information

Camping permitted on a sandy beach or in dunes. Open fires must be within a four-foot-square area. Quiet time 10 pm-6 am. Four micro-flush toilets, 6 vault toilets and 1 wheelchair accessible comfort station. Outdoor cold shower. Off-road vehicle area. Dump station. Potable water (seasonal). Day use area. No launch ramp. $14 per vehicle per night. No reservations.

LOGO Brown

Page, AZ 86040 | Phone: (928) 645-3374

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Our campground is the perfect place to sit back and relax after a busy day touring the Grand Circle area of Northern Arizona and Southern Utah.


Page, AZ | Phone: (928) 640-3701


Adventure in Navajo Land

Glamping is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. A portmanteau of "glamorous" and "camping," glamping brings the comfort of a hotel into the great outdoors. We are an off grid retreat offering guests a unique stay utilizing quality wall tents, tipis, and soon, traditional Navajo hogans. Set atop the pastoral lands of Shash Dine' on the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona. We offer privacy, unobstructed views, and easy access on our grazing lands. Wake up in a quality canvas wall tent or tipi and step out to the stunning natural beauty of red rocks, pastoral lands, and sheep grazing about. Located just 12 miles south of Page on the highway 89. Hiking, herding, and healing. Close to all amenities and attractions.

wahweap rv park

Page, AZ 86040Phone: (928) 645-1059 | (888) 896-3829

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Centrally located at Wahweap Marina about ¼ mile from the shore of Lake Powell. Wahweap RV & Campground offers plenty of fun with a wide variety of powerboats and water toys from which to choose. You can also enjoy the restaurant, lounge, Wahweap Grille, Java City and gift shop at the Lake Powell Resort. This RV Park/Campground is also a great place to enjoy the winter solitude of Lake Powell.


Between Glen Canyon Dam and Lees Ferry
The map shows camping sites on the Colorado River between Glen Canyon Dam and Lees Ferry.

Do not boat below the cable downstream from the Lees Ferry launch ramp. There are dangerous rapids below the cable. Downstream waters are restricted. A permit is required from Grand Canyon National Park to float this section of the river.

Camping is limited to 14 days. Camping is permitted in designated areas only. There are six designated areas, marked with signs, on a first-come, first-served basis. Upriver campsites are provided with toilets and fire pits. All campsites are located well above the river and require a short walk from your boat. This is to prevent camps from being damaged by high water releases.

Fires are permitted only in the fireplaces provided or in portable fire pans. No ground fires are allowed. If portable fire pans are used, all burned charcoal must be carried out. Collection of wood is prohibited.

Carry out all litter and garbage. There is no regular garbage collection upriver. Plastic litter bags are available free of charge at the ranger station. Dumpsters are available at the launch ramps for garbage disposal.

Federal law prohibits the disturbance, defacement, or removal of historic or archeological sites. Do not deface rocks and cliffs. Do not disturb plants or animals, and do not feed wildlife.

There are no fees or permits required to camp upriver. Entrance fees and vessel use fees apply.

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