Lone Rock Beach | Established Campground

United States
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Last Visited: 22 days ago
GPS: 37.019728, -111.539178
Altitude: 1107.9 masl
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Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Cold
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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This Lake Powell campsite is located in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, so campsite fees and entry fees both apply. Camping was $14.00 per vehicle, see Glen Canyon website for entry fees.

The campsites are mixed from being right on the beach front, to being further back (and uphill a bit). You can essentially camp where you want, so long as you are not off the sand roads. Many ATV's on the beach, but it is not really an off road area so people are pretty respectful of the land and it is kept in good shape.

There is a decent number of pit toilets that have flush systems, but drinking water is not available at these toilets. Toilets are scattered across the camping area. washrooms with running water are a short distance away from the camping, and do include outdoor (mild temperature) showers.

Fires are allowed but need to be kept to a decent size, and many pits are already dug and lined with rocks. Wood can be purchased at the Greenhaven Estates gas station about 3 miles from the main road entrance.

The beach is great for swimming but does not get deep very fast. Many boats put in and/or pull up right on the beach, and the majority of vehicles are larger RV's and 5th wheels. Some spots however are pretty soft sand and people can get stuck - low clearance sports cars are NOT recommended.

Beautiful, family oriented primitively camping. Good place to be on a warm day!


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14 Dollar per night,
Get stuck with our 2WD just at the way down to the beach, so take care :) absolute crowded right now and very hot, wouldn’t stay here when we knew how it looks here :) the walmart nearby could be even better 😂
The cold showers are a nice benefit

Nice location with a lot of people on the beach. Stay on a upper level, better view and realy quiet.

Great place to enjoy swimming or SUP.
If you like to be alone in a quiet's not your place.
We stay 2 nights, we enjoy this place but it was noisy, day and night.

As described. Really nice place espacially when the weather is good and you can take a swim. 2WD should stay on the upper part of the beach. Sand gets pretty deep.

Really great Mad Max camping right on the beach. Can get hot and windy, lots of RV already at 13h. Beautiful views and blue waters.

After failing to make it to the other iOverland spot in the next cove over, we came here based on all the incredible reviews. Well worth the $14, we got a spot right on the water with plenty of space from our neighbors. Dogs loved swimming in the lake, we loved watching the sunset over the water... definitely the place to come if you’re stopping between Monument Valley and Zion.

Beach camping on sometimes very soft sand. Easy to get stuck.

This was an awesome spot. So spread out if you wanted or with a ground on water edge. Beautiful views of lone rock and Colorado River winding through the canyon.

Great boondocking campground with beautiful views

Amazing views of Lake Powell and lone rock, there is a dump and fill station just before heading down to the beach. the 1+ mile beach area allows for parking right on the upper, hard sand areas with toilets every quarter mile or so. there is a self-pay fee station as you come in to Glen canyon recreation area.

Incredible site for only 14$ coyotes running around but you can drive and camp anywhere on the beach. We even pulled up to a spot with left fire wood enough for a nice fire. Amazing views and much cheaper than the sites in the park nearby

Quelle originalité de dormir en RV sur une plage.endroit parfait pour se poser plusieurs jours, possibilité de baignade, feux de camps. Superbe ciel la nuit
14$ l’entrée + entrée dans national parc (beautiful pass accepté)

Great spot next to the Lake Powell. Very very large place. Not really quite but cool! No shade.

This is a must stay after a long day hiking Vermillion Cliffs or Zion NP. Beautiful clear lake that you can camp right on the banks. Midnight swimming and beach fires. Outdoor showers and bathrooms on site.

Amazing place, with the basic to camp for some nights!

Lots of RVs at the beach (nice water but cold). Huge area full of sand and some bushes to hide from strong winds (eg with a rooftop tent). Further away from the shoreline there are lots of well separated slots available too choose from. Pit toilets near the shoreline and access road. One toilet/shower block with drinking fountain and parking available. Be aware: showers are not only cold but outside (you have to shower in bathing suits with no privacy).

Campsite along the beach. A lot of RV, campers and tents but quiet during night.
Pit toilets and cold showers.
14$/ night + fee entrance for the recreational area (pass America ok).

14$ per site per night. Dumpstation and potable water available near campground host.

Crisse que c beau,, camping sur la plage avec Rog

Primitive campground in lake Powell shoreline, 14$\night with fees box at the entrance (you pay and you get a receipt)
Very beautiful with view over lone rock and great place to launch your kayak !

from a person that makes a point of not paying for camping, this was worth the 14 bucks. beautiful area right on the beach. have the place almost to myself but I'm sure this place is a zoo in the summer.

Still 14$ for camping and 25$ entrance fee for National Recreation Area but free for National Park annual pass passholders. Great spot packed with other campers.

Direkt am Wasser.

so nice there. beautiful with a lot of privat space and firespots. only 14 Dollar per night, awsome.

Pretty rad to find a place to camp on the lake front beach. We were less than 20 feet from the water, and aside from RV generators, it was quite quiet. Please be sure to respect the beach and pick up your trash though, it appears in places some people were trying to hide it in their camp fire pits.

A lot of people but huge ! 14$ from 8pm to 6am. You can pay directly when entering because there's no spécifications emplacement. Perfect views.

Nice place to camp, quiet at night as generators must be turned down at 10pm. Price is now 14 dollar per vehicle. Camping right on the beach, can get busy in summer and during the weekend. There are toilets and there is an outdoor shower as well.

Primitive camping on beach on Lake Powell. Part of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. $10 per night per vehicle