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All reviews beautiful beach entrance fee lake powell the water's edge national park pass camping experience atv trails outdoor shower a great place to spend primitive camping free entry paddle boarding hot afternoon the perfect spot water was warm no problem antelope canyon
Hey, I found this site when I looked at the map of the marina and the Page area. Though it's actually in Utah. For those inclined it's a free place to camp. But you must obey the rules about toilet use and cleanup. It is...More
It’s not Miami, it’s not the greatest beach on earth but if you need a break from the heat, canyons and hiking, head here. There’s no food or water so pack your own along with towels and a bucket to collect pretty rocks and away...More
We took a chance to see if there were sites available at the last minute. Lucky for us, there were plenty. This park has the best of both worlds. We had a beach front view from our front door and behind us were miles of...More
This is a beautiful beach which is named after Lone Rock which stands alone in front of Canyons in water. You can drive your car till the beach, this beach is scheduled and there are no lifeguards at duty, but the views are spectacular.
We drove right up to the water on this beach (in our 4 wheel drive Jeep) and set up our tents to camp. It was such a beautiful sight. There were many people there during the day enjoying the beach and having picnics with their...More
I was so happy to find this place for swimming - lots of cars and boats and families. No lifeguards - swim t your own risk, but really the water was so calm and the tides mild and most importantly the water wasn’t Salome it...More
We were looking for a place to spend a fee hours off the beaten path, and we did! It is part of the National Parks so you will need you pass or pay to enter. Off roading tp get to the beach, but great views,...More
We camp here every time we are vacationing in the area or just passing through. It's a fun place to camp right along Wahweap Bay of Lake Powell. Only $7 a night with the pass. We camped in a 21' van and followed other tire...More