CAMPSITE REVIEW: Lone Rock Beach, Lake Powell, UT

 

Meandering Life Rating:   (4 / 5)

CAMPSITE REVIEW:  Lone Rock Beach, Lake Powell, UT

Cost:  $14/night with National Park Pass ($7/night for Senior Pass holders)

Hookups:  None

Dump/Water On-site:  Yes

Amenities:  Pit toilets

GPS: 37.016240,-111.545096

We stayed at this campsite on two different occasions.  We stayed two nights in the first part of April 2018 directly on the beach.  The second time we stayed, we did two nights at the top in the last part of April 2018.  When we stayed on the beach the wind was very strong and was blowing sand everywhere.  Unfortunately, it did not make for a good experience.  The two nights we stayed at top were nice and quiet with little to no wind.  The camping area is very easy to find and access.  There is a nice paved road that leads to the top sites and a bit further down it takes you to the beginning of the sand.  It is a bit of a haul to get down to the water, but we went slow and had no trouble getting there with our 30’ travel trailer.  The area has a dump station and potable water on-site, right at the entrance.  We did not have any trouble leveling in either spot.  However, the internet was not usable for us with AT&T.  The scenery was beautiful in both spots.  If you need anything, Page, AZ is not far down the road and will have anything you need.

Misty

Budget master, setter-upperer of the inside of the RV, dog medicine tracker and giverer. RV master chef, reviewer extraordinaire.

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