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Lone Rock Beach Campground is a large primitive campsite located on the shores of Wahweap Bay and adjacent to Lone Rock, a large isolated redrock formation. It is accessible to vehicles—you can drive right onto the sand and set up camp on the beach or nearby sand dunes. It is “Primitive”, meaning no designated camping spots, but you’ll find toilets, outhouses, RV dump, cold showers, potable water in the camp area. Jet Ski’s, boats and personal watercraft can be operated and/or anchored conveniently at the beach. The beach is about an 8 mile drive from Wahweap marina, but about half the distance by water. Many people use this location on holidays / weekends, so plan accordingly (no reservations). Remember to bring a porta-potty if you’re camping more than 200 yards from the outhouses—the park service regularly patrols this site and you’ll face fines if you don’t obey this rule. We also recommend driving on already-established car paths, as many people will tell you about getting stuck in the soft sand! Click Here for a printable guide with images and maps.
Park Operator: National Park Service
Fees: $10 per car.
Limitations: 14 consecutive days allowed per visit. 30 days per year.
Public Toilets: Yes. Flush toilets and rinse showers at campground info center. Outhouse toilets located on beach. Be sure to bring a Porta-Potty if you plan to camp a few hundred feet away from the porta-potties – Rangers regularly patrol the area to enforce.
Services in the Area:
Page, Arizona: The city of Page is approximately 12 miles from Lone Rock Beach.
Visitor Center: at Glen Canyon Dam (9 miles).
Medical Care: Banner Health Hospital, Page, Az. (12 miles: 501 N. Navajo Dr, Page, AZ)
Cell Phone Service: There is service within the campsite area.
Post Office: Located in Page, AZ (12 miles: 44 6th Ave, Page, AZ).
Groceries and Supplies: Walmart Stores, Safeway Stores, Family Dollar – all in Page, Az.
Food & Restaurants: There are an abundance of restaurants in Page. We recommend using Trip Advisor to see reviews of popular restaurants.
Fuel: Wahweap Marina on-lake fuel dock (within 5 miles) or Gas stations within the city of Page, AZ
Lone Rock Beach Campground is located on Utah Highway 89, 2 miles south of Big Water, UT and 12 miles north of Page, AZ. If you’re coming from UT: a few short miles after Big Water look for signs to Lone Rock Beach—the turn off is on the left. If you’re coming from Page: Drive through Page and pass the Glen Canyon Dam. In approximately 12 miles look for signs to Lone Rock Beach. The turn off is on your right. You’ll be required to enter through the park gate and pay Glen Canyon entrance / usage fees. Once through the toll booth, drive until you see a small parking lot next to the restrooms / information pavilion. You can choose from among several dirt roads to the beach area. Be sure to stay on improved dirt/sand roads and away from soft sand, as vehicles can get stuck easily.
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