To add what has already has been said, this Elks has now added four 50 amp plugs. So there are now two 30 amp sites and four 50 amp. There is a cable TV connection with splitter on the outside wall of the lodge. Stations are a little fuzzy, but not bad. I also was able to bridge to the lodge's Wi-Fi with the my Pepwave booster antenna. With that set up, Wi-Fi was strong and solid. In a decent neighborhood with no security concerns and a good view parked here on the hill. Lodge offers meals on Tuesday and Friday nights reasonably priced. The site is not bad at all for $15 a night! Shell Service station nearby which is across from Walmart has RV/truck fuel lanes, propane, car/RV coin operated car wash and free RV dump at car wash. I like this town! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is for Elks members only, but I post this review to make Elks aware that the electric is 30 amp only. They will lend you a converter plug if you need one. The club website says 50 amp. But the Elks travel book is correct, at 30 Amp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This review is for the upper parking area, not the beach. This is a clean, quiet parking spot. It's near-level dirt and fine gravel, with room for roughly 25 rigs of any size. There are no trees. Roads are asphalt, in excellent condition. A dump and potable water are by the host's site. Verizon data service works very well. Rangers are friendly and helpful. Both a ranger and the host told me that the 14-day limit is not enforced. Some dogs are off leash, but their masters seem sensible about it. Camping is $10 per night ($5 with a senior pass). An entrance fee is also required. This is $15 for 7 days if you don't have an annual Glen Canyon pass ($30), an Interagency Annual Pass, a Senior Pass, or an Access Pass. After hours, a vending machine dispenses passes. It takes MasterCard, VISA, AmEx, or Discover, but not cash. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is primitive camping. No designated campsites. You can drive your rig down to the beach if you like, and a lot of people do but it is sand and there is always a chance you can get stuck. There is a parking area for large rigs up on the hill near the dump station with a spectacular view of the lake. Although there is a dog leash rule no one obeys it and dogs run loose everywhere. This is also an ATV area so the noise can be annoying at times but they are not allowed after dark. Kayaking is great from here with slot canyons you can paddle into. We paid $5 per night with our senior pass. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We pulled in late when the office was closed and had a bit of an issue finding the correct pull-through spots that offered all hook-ups, but we made it after reviewing their map outside. The site was rather level and spacious. Not too many people on that side of the RV park in November, so it was just us and a few other campers. Staff was friendly. Quiet for the most part, which we like. If you have dogs, beware of the leaves on the ground from the trees, as something in the leaves appear to have an adverse effect on their stomachs (our dog is a ball fetcher and whatever it was got on his ball and into his stomach, causing issues). Permanent residents do abound but they are friendly. There is an indoor pool and spa that we did not use but it looked well maintained. Close proximity to Upper/Lower Antelope Canyons and downtown. If you stop here take the drive up 89 to Horseshoe Bend. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For the area, the best for us. The location is great, right in Page, close to the lake, but not on it. Can walk to some things. Great Verizon reception and we opted for cable TV, but I don't think you needed it if you wanted to use over the air channels. The price is good, an indoor pool and spa which was great. A work out room that was small, but good too. People were nice and friendly. Nothing in this area is much more than a parking lot, but all in all a good price and loved to swim every day. Good Sams discount and a weekly rate, if you wanted it. Some people were long termers, but they do a back ground check and not bad looking rigs. Do the antelope canyon tour it is lovely. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Previous comments are accurate. Not much to add except some guests feel it's OK to cut through occupied sites and some guests who don't feel they need to pick up after their dogs (we have dogs and we are furious when we see something left for us to step in). Park rules are a bit vague at times in some areas, therefore open to abuse. Rate is 10% off for AARP. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overall campsite and excellent value....stay 7 nights pay for 6. Plenty to do in the area even with the partial government shutdown. Lake Powell Marina NP closed during our stay. Tarmac roads and gravel sites...not completely level, but ok. Seemed to be a bit short staffed as didn't see much cleaning of sites during our stay, but not an issue. No help to get to site but again not a big issue . Indoor pool, water temp a bit cool, but good hot tub....close to town and restaurants and Glen Canyon Dam and visitors center. A must is to visit the Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons... We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a real surprise for the money! You get discount with Good Sam, KOA, Triple A, 55+ seniors (and some others that I can't remember), so you can't miss the discount. Very spacious and level sites. Nice view over the red mountains. Restrooms and showers were very clean. Another surprise was the indoor heated swimming pool and whirl pool. Staff at check in was very friendly. This is a campground that we will definitely will visit again. I think the best campground in the greater Page area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was one of the most beautiful, clean parks we have stayed in. It is so close to everything. The sites are very wide and easy to pull in for big rigs. The tent areas were the nicest I have ever seen. The office people were very accommodating and helpful. Will definitely stay again. Wifi was excellent everywhere in the park. I would give this a 10+++. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has a great location and everything you need. Paved roads to site, site is gravel. The showers need to be updated. My site was hard to level with a 40 foot Class A. Quiet at night, no problems with utilities. Easy access for big rigs. I would stay at this campground again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very crowded, but price was right compared to the alternative. Clean restrooms/showers. Convenient for visiting Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon. Wi-Fi was very slow & intermittent. Would stay here again if in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
First, the best of all: nice, convenient location. Park is not well maintained, overflowing dumpsters, barking dogs all over (including the ones of the office worker) - very annoying. Indoor pool rather filthy, Wi-Fi practically non existent, lousy management. DO NOT have US mail sent to the street address of this park; it will be returned to sender. Use Fedex, UPS or use General Delivery at the post office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park convenient to town. It is right next to a large rock formation which provides scenic views with the changing sun. We hiked the rocks and could view town and all the surrounding area. The parking lot is all gravel, but after all this is the desert. The best sites for large rigs are back in sites with some shade trees. These sites are level and roomy from side to side. The large pull through sites are on a slope. The office staff was extremely helpful with area attractions and they booked our tours of Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell for us. This is a dog friendly park and one we will gladly return to. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We would have rated this a 10 if it wasn't for the Wi-Fi. It worked really well for two days, then by Friday night was pretty much not usable. Either unable to connect or terribly slow. But the park is very nice and we stayed longer than planned. The sides are sloped front to back but easy to level. Hookups are in very good condition and were where you want them. Easy in and out. Pretty quiet at night, almost no traffic noise till morning. Ask for a site in the back. Not much privacy, but we were lucky in site 49 as there was a pole where the neighboring site would be giving us double the room to the next camper. A tree made for a little shade. Nice rim trail right out of the park. Staff was very friendly and helpful, answering all the questions we had. We'll definitely come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Things did not start well - they could not find our reservation. They had spots available so we went to look at them. The pull throughs were on more of a slope and were not long enough for our class A and the Toad, so we picked a back in as level as we could get. Some of the sites were had quite a slant. The site we got was very wide so it was relatively easy to get in. The sites are well graveled. The cable, water and power were good, but the internet was horrible. I spent over 5 minutes to open a page and then the connection would just drop out. I finally gave up. The good part was the ability to take a walk up the hills right next to the campground. We took walks and also took the dogs. The views were amazing! If I came to this area again, I would try and find a place with more level sites and better internet access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is not on the lake, but is centrally located in town. Best price in area. A tour to Antelope Canyon can be made at the office, with pickup at the park. Overnight sites can be a problem leveling. Ask for a level site. Wi-Fi and Verizon were strong. There are a couple of dog walk areas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Adequate RV parking with easy access from the highway and easy access to town. Clean but the sites were not level. The lady in the office was patient with a multiple number of people asking questions and requesting help with registering the campers up for the many different trips offered throughout the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pretty good park at a very decent off-season rate. Had a site near the top of the park which was nearly impossible to level; not sure how the lower sites are, they might be better. Staff was competent and professional. WiFi was strong and Internet fast. Barely did more than park, sleep, and go but it seems like a well-run park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Prices range depending on services required. I went with a pull-through site E/W only without cable. Plus, I received a discount for being a Good Sam member. They also give discounts to other groups such as AAA. The site had a bit of a slope that was easily fixed with a couple of blocks. I've been in parks with much worse slopes. The park has an indoor pool and a small fitness room. The free Wi-Fi worked well. If you're going on the Antelope Canyon tour, the office will make arrangements for you and even arrange pickup at the RV Park. For what you get, the price is very reasonable. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 5 nights to visit the several nearby National Parks, and other attractions. There isn’t much to choose from in Page. The only other option is the RV park out at Lake Powell. The park is along a main road in town with easy access to the highway. The park is centrally located to the other services & shopping in town. The park was built on a slope so a lot of the sites are not flat or level. So some sites require a lot of blocking to get level. It seems that the flatter, leveler spots are used by the long term/extended stay residents which there appears to be a lot. The interior roads are paved and the sites are gravel/sand. There is a mixture of back ins, pull through, and tent sites. Many of the sites offer a good view of the southern sky with few obstructions to get good satellite reception. They have full hook ups – water, electricity (50 AMP), & sewer. Cable is an extra fee. The sites had an outside table. Pretty much Zero privacy between the sites. The park’s Wi-Fi was excellent especially with the number of folks in the park. There wasn’t a fenced pet area. There were designated pet areas along the outer edge of the park; each with bag dispensers to pick up waste. The pet areas were covered with large pebbles making it difficult for the dogs to walk and clean up after them. There were sufficient roads and a trail to walk the dogs. We did use the exercise room which was adequately stocked with equipment & a television. We didn’t use the indoor pool or hot tub but they were centrally located in the park. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great spot close to town and lake (2 miles?). All gravel sites. Not all are level. Some places the trees are a challenge for a bigger rig and the area they left for corners is tight but there were huge rigs in the park and we made out OK in a 31' RV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a convenient CG for overnight or longer stays. The sites are gravel, some are shaded but the trees can be an issue. Limbs overhang and can scrape up the side of the RV if your aren't careful. Cable was good and Wi-Fi okay. Laundry, restrooms & showers were clean and the staff very friendly & helpful with a sense of humor. There isn't a totally level site in the CG but that isn't an issue to be concerned with. Playground for the kids and a dog walk plus a nature trail. The sites are big enough to park the tow or toad, some pull through & some back-in. Tent sites are like little courtyards with low adobe walls. There are lots of places to see and things to do near Page. We have stayed here in the past and will definitely return when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were very comfortable here. The roads and sites are dirt but they are nicely spaced. We did have a small tree but there is not much else in the way of landscaping but this is desert. Excellent cable and WiFi (I dont know why previous posts said no WiFi-there were several channels available). The bathrooms are dated but very clean. Did not use laundry. We would definitely stay here again. We enjoyed things to do very much: Antelope Valley, Glen Canyon Dam, Horseshoe Bend. When we had a problem with the cable connection, maintenance were out and fixed it in just a matter of minutes. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stumbled upon this site by seeing a sign on the highway as we were driving through. Very clean facility and nicely treed. The staff that booked us in were very friendly, but we did not see anyone after that. Close to all amenitiies. Only problem was that some trees could have been trimmed a little better. I had a vent ripped off by a tree limb a couple of months ago. I had to maneuver around it. Nice place and very reasonable rates. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean well kept park with gravel sites. Would have had a better rating if we could have gotten level or could have left our truck hooked up for a one night stay. Bathrooms were clean. Did not pay for cable, but got over the air TV (PBS) just fine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nightly rate is a real bargain for a clean, quiet, well-run RV park. There are some things that need improving, such as the showers which go from scalding to cold then back to scalding. Use the showers near the pool which seem a little better. There are a few shady sites which we searched for in 100 degree August weather. Sites 14 through 17 have some shade, we chose #17 which was not totally level but acceptable. Wi-Fi very unreliable, pretty typical RV park quality meaning little or no signal. Bonus is that Upper Antelope Canyon Slot Tours go right past the RV park and will usually pick up and drop off at the park. Chose Overland Tours for Upper Antelope Canyon because they use safer vehicles. We used Ken's Tours for Lower Antelope, highly recommend. Actually glad we ended up at this RV park instead, Wal-Mart is 3 minutes away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I get tired of folks from the east expecting grass, flowers and huge shade trees in the west/southwest. This is desert folks! This campground has good rates, pool,spa and very nice HARDSCAPING...that is rock landscaping and this park is nicely done. Upgrading in progress but this is a well run park with wide,long spaces, mostly level, most with trees, with a great staff.Came for 2 days, stayed for 4 and will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Adequate park for overnight. Check in was easy and friendly, utilities and wifi worked well. We chose not to pay extra for cable. Seemed to be popular with "renter campers" probably seeing the national parks etc. We would stay again if traveling this route. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Another gravel parking lot here in the west. Back ins are end to end. Reasonable amount of space. Tent sites looked good with concrete walls separating them. Not pretty but it's in town if that's what you're after. Wi-Fi very spotty and frustrating. Decent cable TV. Pool area not inviting but looked clean enough, should be an outside pool here in Arizona. They have a/c in the pool building. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the more reasonably priced RV campgrounds in Arizona. Convenient to Page, the Glen Canyon Dam and Antelope Canyon. Sites are not perfectly level and you will need a very long hose for the sewer hookup. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good place for a stop in Page. Wide spots and good Wi-Fi signal. The park is a bit sloped and can be difficult for smaller rigs to get level. Other than one camper doing their laundry in buckets and then hanging the clothes on a line, I didn't notice any rule breaking. Can't understand why they didn't use the laundry room that was close by. Don't think the park said anything to them so they will probably be doing that again somewhere. All in all, we would plan to stay here again if stopping in Page. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very good CG with wide spaces: ours was a back in. Close to downtown Page and the lake. Would stay here again. Had great cable TV: the best we've seen. Also strong Wi-Fi (near the office). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stopped over just for the night. Large park and convenient. Had low amperage coming through my 30 amp site so had to turn everything else off to run AC. Not near restaurants though, so get food before you go. Site good, noise level good, showers and restrooms clean. Laundry facility good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Would rate this park higher if we had realized that some sites don't have cable. We did get PBS and CBS with our TV antenna. Next time we will be sure to ask for a site with Cable. This RV park is a good place to stay for a couple of days while in the area. We stayed here 3 nights in our Airstream. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed for a week, so rate reflects weekly rate. Indoor pool available, would have prefered outside as it was very hot during our stay, plenty of space between sites. Would return if we were in the area. Good value. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good choice in Page. Better than staying out at the lake area (both cheaper and more convenient to town facilities). Fair wifi. About 1/2 park is long term residents but well maintained for the most part and generally in one part of the park. Some pull through sites but also some back ins. Back ins are easy to get in (both wide sites and road is wide as well). Would stay here again. Camped here in a 5th wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I'm rating this lower after taking a shower. Every time a toilet flushes (which is often) the water goes way too hot. Plus the shower stall is so small you have to jump into the dressing area so you don't burn yourself. The maintenance people really don't know what they're doing. The power went out once and it took them a lot of time to just go to the main breaker and reset it. Slow Wi-Fi. Otherwise, good price, lots of trees, good cable, and great area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the only rv park inside the town of Page. Next nearest is Waweep RV park, a concessionaire park in Lake Powell National Recreation Area a few miles North of Page. This is a nice, clean park. They seem to be making improvements. I can recommend it. There is good Verizon reception there. Many sites are not very level. The South end of the park seems to have long-term residents. The street next too it seems to be a little busy, but it is not the highway. A lot of the sites don't have sewer, so you have to use the dump station. It is kept locked so you have to go to the office for the key. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a weekly rate. An excellent launch pad to see all in the area; Lake Powell, Colorado River, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Grand Staircase, etc. Lots of trees in park but office knew where to put us so our dish on roof would work. Free Wi-Fi is good but dropped a lot. Utility connections were OK except for sewer which was at the extreme rear of the site. The motor home next to us had to use three sewer hose extensions. We parked so we would only have to use 2 which is all we have. We don't tent, but the neatest tent area we have seen in a park with short concrete walls separating each tent area. We will stay here again if ever in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I am trying to find some reason to not rate this a 10, which I never do. Sites are HUGE, utilities fine and well positioned, close to everything, very dog friendly, indoor pool, excellent Wi-Fi and cable, back-ins easy to negotiate (w/38' fiver), great office staff and aesthetically attractive, with low masonry walls define paths, borders and even tent sites. Lots of growing things. Oops -- got it. This site wasn't quite level. Guess I'll have to call it a 9.9! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found the CG to be an excellent place to stop for a few days. Wi-Fi in CG is strong and free but drops the connection frequently. Frustrating. Utilities are mid-site except sewer which requires a long reach, usually two 10 foot segments. Its easier to stretch sewer hose than power cable. CG staff is always busy with care & maintenance and office staff very helpful. Amenities are older and used but kept clean. The pool and spa/hot tub are inside and the dump station requires a fee to obtain the key. The Rim Rock area adjacent to the CG is very nice and the play equipment for the kids got a workout every day. Tent sites are separated by native stone walls, most with power and water. Shade trees are just beginning to leaf out this week. Many of the RV sites are drive through and lots of room to navigate within the CG. Easy access to Vermillion Cliffs, Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell, Grand Staircase & Escalante. We enjoyed our stay here and will return when we pass this way in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I pulled in here in spite of some of the reviews based on price. I had been boondocking for a while and needed a rest and time to recharge batteries, fill up the water, and dump the tanks. My rate is for water and electric only, I emptied in the dump station before parking and will again before I leave. They gave me a back in - level site I am only a 18.5 foot 5th wheel so no problem there. Only issue was the hookups for this particular site is on the wrong side, but my cord and hose plenty long enough to run under the rig. So no issues. Wi-Fi is strong and fast and I also have a great signal on my Verizon Hot Spot card. Very nice indoor pool and hot tub - I soaked my weary bones after several days of desert hiking, so it was nice. Showers and bathroom pretty clean and nice. Not Mom clean but not bad. I will stay here again - in fact I will plan to return and spend some time here. There are quite a few full time live-ins here, but they seem to be in another section, so no issues here, it was very quiet last night and I am staying another night, so we shall see. My rate reflects a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was not a good choice for us. Lots of the people "lived" in the park. It was noisy with people leaving for work early or coming home late. The pool was "closed for repairs", the bathrooms were clean but had been used hard! There were police cars in and out, stopping at different RV's and walking around and it was just a bit uncomfortable. Good location for exploring the area though. It could be much more than it is. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is my first RV Parks review. We had a back-in for a 30-ft Class A. The hookups were in the right places. Our neighbors were close, but there was plenty of room. Wi-Fi was OK. There is a great hiking area on the east side on the slickrock. Other than Wahweap, there weren't other options with hookups. We were satisfied. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Agree with previous reviews. We had site 54 and it was quite large. It was only slightly out of level. Wi-Fi went from good to none and back again. Nice red rock to the northeast. Streets are wide. Would stay here again for sure. Base GS rate was $25 for FHU. Add $3 for cable TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is reasonably priced for what you get. We had a full hookup site with cable TV. The sites were adequately spaced and gravel. Our site was level side to side, but not at all level front to back; the front of our trailer was lowered almost to the ground. The sewer connection was quite a ways to the side; our long hose barely reached. Excellent cable TV and selection of channels. Their Wi-fi did not work the 3 days we were there, low connectivity. The office staff said they were installing a new antenna. Our Verizon aircard worked excellent. The facilities were all a little old, but reasonably clean and usable. The laundry room has 4 each washers and dryers, and the fitness room was good. There is a small play area for kids. There is a small indoor pool and spa. I would return here if in the area. The rate reflects a 10% Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here waiting to go on a tour of Antelope Canyon. Our GPS couldn't find S Coppermine. From town, turn on Coppermine and turn S. Park is 10 minutes from downtown. Staff were friendly and gave us a site as far as possible from busy road. We had a view of red slick rock. Park and facilities very clean. Sites are wide but a bit stark (gravel and red dirt). We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were at site D30 with our MH. Had a view of the west end of the lake but there are much better view lots that look north and east. Our Verizon MiFi hotspot worked well. You must have reservations if you want to get into this park. The full hook up sites are full every night. Hot temps in 90 to 100 degrees in July and August. Their reservation website does not ask for preferences or how long your rig is. There are some small trees scattered around. We had one that provided shade in the morning. There is a wheelchair accessible picnic table and a fire pit on each site. Very scenic area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not near the lake. The park was open, good for big rigs. The site I had did not have sewer but the dump station was easy to use. The Wi-Fi worked well and the prices were OK. Near town about 1 mile up the hill and close to the dam. It was extremely windy for one day there with gusts to 70mph, but the dust was not really bad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean, tidy RV Park. Wide gravel sites some with cable. Indoor swimming pool and hot tub. Clean restrooms and showers. Close to Page shops and restaurants. We found the Wi-Fi not very good unless you sat outside the pool area. We would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wide space: choice of services from tent site to full hookup with cable TV. The price we paid was for water and electricity. Tours of Antelope Canyon pick up at the park, and there is a town/shopping shuttle. Has friendly staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground provides spacious gravel sites with picnic tables and trees. The pool, hot tub, playground and game room provide in-park diversions. Restrooms and laundry were clean. Wi-fi was very good, cable was available but we didn’t try it, water pressure was good, electric was reliable but the sewer hookup was inconveniently distant at our site. AT&T data signal was present, but the park’s wi-fi was better. The entire campground is on a gentle slope which may make leveling a challenge at some sites. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. We would be happy to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a perfectly fine campground in a breath-takingly beautiful area. Although we were in a MH, I noticed they have the nicest tent-camping set-up I’ve ever seen. They have an indoor pool, laundry, and small store full of fishing supplies. Sites are level and adequately wide, although not huge. Utilities worked fine, as did our air card and mobile phones. The teenagers at check-in could use a little customer service training. They weren’t rude, but were not particularly helpful or well-informed when we had questions about our site or the park. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in a beautiful area with red rock ridges around it. The park itself has no grass and only some small trees that do not provide much shade. That means your satellite dish will most likely work, ours did. Most of the sites slope to the rear. We had to raise our 39' motorhome up on 4" blocks in the rear and put blocks under the rear jacks to get level. We were very disappointed in the office staff. The person who helped check us in didn't have two brain cells to rub together. They take Good Sam so I got my card out and put it in front of her and told her that we had Good Sam. Finally I picked up the card and put it away. Later the lady asked us if we had any discount cards! Then she asked us three times if we wanted cable TV and we said no. The final bill that she presented and we paid in cash was higher than the person next to us paid so we asked her why. It turned out she charged for the cable TV. We asked for a refund of the overcharge. The only way she could figure out how to give us money back was to totally refund what we had paid. So she asked us for our credit card: remember we paid cash! Then she refunded the total amount paid and then started all of the paperwork over again and billed us the correct and lesser amount. Of course this took about 15 or 20 minutes. We have been here before but this will probably be our last visit to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects water and electric only. The person at the front desk didn't think we'd fit in a full hookup site. We're just under 31' and she decided we couldn't have a 30' site. But walking around, it wouldn't have been a problem. Over the air TV was limited to PBS and one Spanish station. Site was level and shaded and the campground is definitely pet friendly. And the price was certainly good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Over all the park was nice but the pull through sites for larger RV's extremely unlevel and impossible to to level in! The Sewer was so far away that 2 10 foot lengths of sewer hose wasn't enough! I would stay here again because it's the only game in town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A lot of the spaces in this park are extremely unlevel. After using two complete sets of Lynx leveling blocks (one set each under one of the duals on each side), we were still unable to get completely level. Even the big class A's were using extra blocking under their hydraulic jacks in an effort to get level. If you plan on staying in this park, make sure you have plenty of blocking materials. Other than this issue, the park is very clean and well organized. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Tried to get into Wahweap but they were full. This campground has some shade. However, if they are busy, you'll probably not get any. We did get a site with a nice shade tree. We stayed 3 nights. The bathrooms facilities were clean. Some were very nice. One large bathroom facility is beginning to show it's age. But is was never in disorder. Our small tent at some point just about blew away during one day while we were gone. Staff saw it (they commented on it the next day), but did nothing! That was a disappointment. This campground served our purpose as a home base while we went on daily trips to Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon. We camped here in a Tent.
This park we quiet with nice size sites. But, the park desperately needs to have a better pet area. We do not own pets, but saw several dog owners walk their dogs in between the sites and cover by kicking dirt over the mess. This was common, not just occasional during our two day stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a decent enough park for a couple of days, but make sure you get the right site if you have a big rig. We have a 31 ft. MH and had to jockey back and forth to be sure we weren't sticking out of either side of our pull-through. The Glen Canyon dam is only minutes away and very impressive. The camp store has a nice selection. You can rent boats near by but I suggest advance reservations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was convenient to tourist sites. The restrooms are old but clean. Our lot was big with a shade tree; however very hard to get level even in large motorhome. Staff was friendly and pleasant. Full hookup was not available but electric and water was good. Upon leaving, we found the dump station locked and had to get key from office for a $4.00 dump fee. We would stay here again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is probably the best bet in this area. The lower portion of this park has a few long term residents. The site we had could have been a little more level. Otherwise it was ok. Had a little shade. We didn't use the bathrooms, showers or pool. The pool (indoors) looked like fun. Next time in town we will try the Wahweep Marina Park. It is so beautiful in the Wahweep Marina area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
With over 100 degree temps, thank goodness I found this park. I only overnighted, had planned to go to north rim, but have ditched that idea and I'm going down to Flagstaff. I thought I had a power problem, reported it, and a maintenance man was here in a jiffy. Turns out I did something wrong. Excellent WiFi. It's very close to the lake: met a couple who took a dip last night. The staff is very pleasant. Park is clean. If it were in a different location in "Green Country" I would have been very happy staying here. For those who love red rock country and the lake: stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good overnight park. We had a water/electric site. The park is easy to get to, and the sites are well marked. The site we had was only 30 AMP service. The WiFi was the best I have found at any park. It actually works at a good speed and doesn't keep dropping you. The park is very clean. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had a nice hot shower and indoor pool. Sites are gravel, and there are a considerable number of long-term campers. It was a convenient stopping point from Four Corners to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. We checked in after hours and paid the next morning with no problem. This site is also certainly convenient to Lake Powell. We would definitely stay again. Owners were very friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
They have backin sites and you have to park your tow vehicle or toad beside your RV. Nothing fancy but in town and less than 2 miles to Wal-Mart straight down the road from the park entrance. Voltage was good and so was the water pressure. They have an indoor pool and hot tub. They are the best deal in the area if you want full hookups. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was nicer than it looked. The lower part of the park was apparently permanent residents and rather shabby. The sites were wide, many shaded, and plenty of room to park your dinghy. The enclosed pool really was heated and the hot tub was working. Staff was not very energetic, but let us move our site to be more level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is great for a few days. The sites are quite close together and our site was a very tight pull through. The site looked level but required a lot of effort to get our unit level. It may be worth looking @ the site prior to agreeing to stay. The staff are friendly, helpful and working hard to improve the park. Propane is also available on site. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We nearly did not stay here from other reviews, but we found it to be very adequate for our needs for 3 nights. I really wanted Wi-Fi and it is excellent here. Our site was very level, gravel, one tree, one picnic table and overall we thought it was a good park with friendly staff and the price is excellent. We had water and electric only, as that is all that was available as we just drove in without reservations. They helped us book our tour and answered questions. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean park surrounded by red rocks. Ground is crushed stone. Sites are a bit close together but I have seen worse. The walk area for pets is mostly gravel so if your pets only like grass they may have issues. The park is clean and great to use as a base for touring. There is an indoor heated pool, but we did not use it We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is trying. They were working on improvements while we were there. The sites are not level and need work. The Wi-Fi is not bad. We use RV parks for a sightseeing base and Wi-Fi. This park passes on both counts. We also saw families enjoying the park. We recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a pretty basic park with few frills. Landscaping is minimal as are the RV sites. The sites are very close and the roads are narrow so it can make it a chore to maneuver your rig into place. It is convenient to anything go on in the area and as mentioned by others, it is less expensive. It was neat and clean and fine for an overnight destination. I would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is not a particularly attractive park, this campground has little paving and minimal landscaping. Its’ one redeeming value is the price, which about ½ that of the competing park in town. Check the rates carefully, though. At the time of my stay a full-hookup with cable was $30, a full hookup $27 and an electricity and water site was $23 (all prices are before discounts). I selected the electricity/water option and my net nightly charge came to less than $21 including tax. Wi-Fi service is very good with multiple antennas throughout the park. The laundry is depressing and potentially dangerous. While all the machines are relatively new, there isn’t a window in the entire laundry area giving it a very claustrophobic feel. A concern from a safety standpoint is that there is only one entrance to the laundry area. A fire could easily trap users in this area. I’m surprised that the public safety officials in Page allowed this construction in a public facility. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is cheaper than the only other place with hookups (Wahweap). The sites are unlevel front to back, side to side is usually pretty good. Nice view to the east with red rocks. Half the campground are 'perms' but anyone staying over a month has to go through a police check. Pool, spa, and laundry facilities are nice. They are making improvement to some of the campsites and building a wall in the back area. Nice trees. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pros: New building to house office, store, indoor pool. Easy access to Walmart, highways. Good laundry facility. Price is certainly right. Cons: Extremely unattractive CG. Nowhere for dogs. Full of loud party people--on a Wednesday night in October, of all times. Extremely unlevel sites. Used up all our blocks and still we're off 2%+. Glad we get to take off this morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a great deal for the money. We had an electric/water only site which is $4 less than full hookup of $27. (Cable TV is $3 more) I had no problem with level with my TT rig, but would have with a Class A. Very helpful staff! It is clean and well cared for. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Level is something that needs to be explained to the owners of this park. A little grading would go a long way in improving this park. Could be real nice with a little work. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean park, and friendly people. The electrical is a little weak, the circuit popped a couple of times getting the temperature in the trailer down. It is 100 degrees outside, might have something to do with it. Wi-Fi works signal is weak. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an all gravel RV park that is just barely OK. The problem is the staff are clueless. The location wasn't accurate on the GPS. We pulled over and called them twice asking for directions to the park and they just kept saying "It's where all the trees are!" Not very helpful, and when we finally found it there really weren't that many trees after all. They have the only RV park in town and their attitude shows it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were told no full-hookup sites were available. Each night we walked around the campground and noticed that most of the full-hookup sites were open. When we were ready to leave we were told that we had to pay an extra $4 to use the dump station. This is the first campground we ever had to pay to dump. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park for exploring the area. The sites are gravel but level and the grounds and facilities are well-maintained. A nearby trail system around the edge of the Mesa offers an awesome view of the Colorado River and the Lake Powell Dam. We stayed a week and will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staying here was not our first choice, however the other major park in this area was booked. After a slow check-in process, we were assigned a spot that was already occupied. Had originally reserved a pull-through site, but was eventually located in a back-in site. Our site was not level: parked with our front wheels off the ground. Office staff would benefit from customer service classes, and the park could use some general spiffing up. Appears quite a few full-timers residing here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here many times. We come back because we love Lake Powell. Checked in and when we arrived at our site someone else was setting up camp in our site. We went back to office and were giving a different site that was not half as nice as the one we first were given. Staff is okay. Nobody seems to be the boss. Sites are big. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice large sites and fairly level. However, they are all gravel and red sand. We had an end site and apparently there was a large storm that did a lot of damage and washed away quite a bit of gravel. The end result was quite a mess. A bit of rain will result in a lot of red mud. WiFi was weak in our site. Still, it's an OK place and a lot cheaper then then the other RV park, plus it's close to town. I'd probably stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
They lost our reservation, so they started out in the wrong. We should have stayed at the RV park at the marina on the lake, even though it seemed a bit out of the way. Many RVers stayed in the Walmart parking lot, which was actually nicer than the RV park, not as dusty. OK for a night, but if you're going to Lake Powell, you might as well be near the lake. Be sure to stop at the great scenic overlook, where you can see the lake from way up above; fab view. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived shortly after a large rain storm to find the park very flooded on Memorial Day Weekend. The hot-tub did not work, and the bathrooms were out of toilet paper by Sunday. We called two months in advance to make the reservation. Called one week in advance to confirm the reservation and they couldn't find it. When we provided the confirmation number, they blamed the mistake on another employee who tends to forget to enter them. Upon arrival, we were put into a small space that did not accommodate our 5th wheel and boat. Then after we set up and went into office to pay, we are informed the people who reserved the spot we wanted had canceled. We will not stay here again. After investigating the surrounding area, I'd pay the extra money to stay at Wahweap or at Lone Rock. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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We made reservations in this campground at 11:00 am with our Visa card and arrived at 3 pm. All the pull through sites were full including the one they said they reserved for us! They blamed the "mistake" on a new office girl. This happened to us and others we know here before. I now believe this is their normal practice, to "get the money". You know, "a bird in hand". Who ever shows up first gets the sites. They DON'T hold sites. We will NEVER stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. Staff is friendly and helpful. We planned to be here 2 nights, but we heard there was snow coming at our next stop and elected to leave a day earlier. The park was kind enough to refund the cost of the the additional night. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great desert park. Maybe we were just real tired of the soggy, cold northwest winter, but a level, gravel, wide back-in site was welcomed. The office was closed at 5:15 PM on Easter Sunday, but there were instructions for late arrivals, no problems. Nice view. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This reflects a weekly rate. Nice scenery from the camper, all gravel sites. The water connections were insulated already. Lots to do in the area, fantastic scenery. Not as scenic as the Waheap campground but cheaper. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a decent park. It is gravel everywhere with nothing to determine the edge of each site. The sites are mostly on a slope from front to back (or vice versa) but are level side to side. There are some really neat red rock formations right beside the park. They have some shade trees that are only 20' high or so but we were able to use our satellite with no problem. No tables or fire grills. We stayed here several days while we toured the area. We lucked out and had a bunch of hot air balloons pass overhead while we were here. That was pretty neat. The registration parking is not well marked. I recommend that you immediately turn left after entering the park. This will put you beside the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean and well maintained park. The sites are gravel. Most appear to be wide and our pull through was long and wide. Our site had some shade although others did not. The park is located on a hill so some sites slope from front to back which was not a real problem for our travel trailer. Our site was level side to side as were the others in our row. The laundry was clean and the equipment appeared well maintained. The Wi-fi worked at our site even though the office staff said it may not. The cable TV was adequate with some stations better than others. For the price, this was a good campground. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here after dry camping for a day. Not a bad park, but when you come in, there is no where to park at the office. There is a road to the left going up the hill that looks like where I needed to go but someone was parked there. I pulled up on the road in front of the office. After I checked in, I had to back a 38 foot fifth wheel back out to the street and make the hard turn to the left. I got to the site by a round about way and the site I was supposed to be on was occupied. I called the office and she gave me a choice of a couple more sites, none of which appeared level. In fact they aren’t level. WAAAAY off. An Airstream came in after me next door and he has 3” of pads under the wheels and the trailer hitch is on the ground. The site ramps up hill and is off by 3 inches side to side. The connections aren’t handy and I recommend laying out the electric and sewer hose to get a feel for where the rig can go. They advertise Wi-Fi but it doesn’t work at the sites. You have to go down by the office or the pool to get logged on. Actually I am not sure it works at all. I could get a signal at times, but I couldn’t connect to the network. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overall a nice park for the price. Entry/exit is a little tight (they should move the dumpsters), but the office staff was friendly, the utilities worked fine, and the free WiFi and cable worked well. Sites are long, gravel, reasonably level, and there are some trees for shade. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I had a sloping site so somewhat difficult to level but also had a great view of the red rocks and roadrunners! Office staff somewhat scattered and disorganized but nice park and much cheaper than Wahweap. Will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground offered amenities such as 56 channel cable tv, pool, free showers, propane fills and wifi, all of which were not available nearby. The trade off is no view, a location across town from the Lake Powell area, little shade and a graveled surface. Still hoping someday to find a really good campground in the Lake Powell area that is reasonably priced. Next time we have to stay in Page it will be a toss up as to which trade off sounds best. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall, the RV park is nice - sections A, B and C all offer pretty decent space and some privacy for each spot (section D is far more congested with RV's right up next to each other). It is a nice desert setting with distant views of the lake. However, there were several negatives. First, as other reviews have also noted, the customer service of the staff was completely lacking. They told us that they do not reserve exact spots, but are usually able to accommodate requests. They indicated the reason that they were unable to is that a couple of people decided to add on to their original reservation and stay longer. I have been in other camps that if you decide to stay longer and it impacts someone else's reservation then you will have to move. The staff were overall very disorganized. They also didn't inform us that you have to pay an additional $15 at the gate to get in to access the RV park. In addition, the park is overall pet unfriendly. There were no dog areas and no grass at all. We also experienced some spottiness with Wi-Fi though we appreciated it being available. Lastly and most importantly, the RV park is set very far back from the lake. From where we camped, it was about 1.5 miles to the lake edge with a swim beach - about half this if you cut across to the boat launch but there is no swimming or fishing area. If you are in a motorhome with no tow vehicle and don't tow a golf cart or something similar, you should definitely avoid this park. We had set up a reservation for 8 nights and left after 2. Fortunately, they do have a 24 hour cancellation policy, so we only paid for 3 nights total. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Like most parks in the SW the roads and sites were gravel, and there were a few trees in the park. Since there are not many parks to choose from here, the price was good but many sites are not level. The Wi-Fi was down and the office staff didn't care, stating that it wasn't their problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our experience at this campground was generally positive. Our site was level, graveled, with one tree (this is Arizona). The restrooms were clean and the place was quiet on Memorial Day Weekend (not a small feat). As others have experienced, they totally screwed up our reservation, claiming when we got there that the site we reserved as available, when indeed it was not. Once they drove us over in their golf cart to assure us that the site was free (when it wasn't), they quickly came up with an alternate site. This place does not have the view or ambiance of Waeweep, which is twice the price, but with gas at $4 per gallon, we couldn't afford the latter. And I should note that Page-Lake Powell was full all 3 nights we were there, while Waeweep was at best 1/3rd full for Memorial Day Weekend. This is not a bad place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is poorly maintained. If you are towing, you have to disconnect because the sites are only about 40' long. The sites are all VERY unlevel as the park slopes and they did not account for that when setting them up. The roads are only one vehicle wide so hooking up again is a problem. There were a lot of "permanent" RV's and the people did not seem particularly friendly. We saw someone walking (and struggling) with a massive Pit Bull. Something we found disconcerting. On the plus side, the sites are very wide, the water pressure and voltage are both good, and cable is available. If you want satellite access, you need to request it, then check the site, as the first place we were sent had a tree in the way, which the person at the desk seemed to be unaware of. The facilities overall are good but the ambience is poor. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The office was closed when we arrived, but we had a campsite, so we just pulled in. We didn't have the key code to the bathrooms, but a fellow camper knew it and gave it to us. Paved sites. There's a convenience store/gas station a short walk away. The utilities worked fine. The indoor pool was closed for renovations. Overall a decent place, not particularly scenic. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful setting with amazing views-- at least from space C 25. No fancy amenities-pools or cable TV and the WI-FI is iffy at best but the location is outstanding. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Paid the monthly rate, electricity over $35 is extra. Park was clean, quiet and fairly scenic. If you are a monthly, you go through a background check with local police. I found this reassuring from a safety standpoint, but of course day campers do not do this. This is about the only place to stay unless you pay a much higher rate at Wahweap or dry camp in the desert. Sites are fairly large. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park provides a safe clean place to park with excellent access to Glen Canyon Dam, Antelope Canyon. Amenities are sparse but the park was clean and the management was friendly and easy to get along with. They did say that the owners aren't in any big hurry to fix the wifi which is a drag but what can you do. Sites are not nearly level enough for big rigs. The men's room was locked with a padlock during our entire three day stay. The one closer to the registration office was open. On the whole, I'd stay here again if I was just passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was clean, staff is friendly and the sites are mostly level. Convenient to Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam. Would stay here again if in the area. *NOTE* They do NOT have wireless internet as stated. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with large sites and concrete pads with lots of room between sites. Everything is very clean with beautiful views. Watch your pets because there isn't much of a place to walk them except on the concrete unless you want them to get stickers because there is a lot of plants with large stickers in the dirt area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here two different times, once outbound and once inbound. Staff very friendly and accommodating. Park is somewhat spartan but clean and has good sites and easily accessible. No grass and gravel sites. Roads are paved. Overall a good value in my opinion. Summer rates may be higher due to proximity to Lake Powell. Unless boating or sightseeing in the area, would not want to spend a lot of time there but it is a good stopping point. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent a week at this centrally located park. Very pleasant, with plenty of areas just outside the park to walk our dog. Friendly staff, with a small store. Good cell phone service (Verizon). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I believe that the previous reviewers did this CG an injustice. I found the staff cheerful and friendly, and especially knowledgeable about Lake Powell fishing which I took advantage of. The park is clean and the staff diligent. They started early in the morning and kept working all day. Our site offered some shade, but then it is the desert and allowances must be made for that. It is difficult and expensive to cultivate large shade trees in this environment as is lush green grass. The park is clean and quiet. It does not offer a lot of activities, but the surrounding area should be enough to keep most people entertained for several days. See the lake, visit it's beaches, take either/both water or land tours available. We thoroughly enjoyed the 5 days we stayed here. Stayed entertained, and relaxed as we desired without interruption. We will stay here again in the future as we have family in the area and enjoyed the time we spent here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If Wahweap is full, this is the only game in town, and they know it. The park itself is actually OK, it's in the desert in Arizona, so no grass and very sparse trees. The sites are wide and all gravel. The attendant must be related to the owners, as he is a 'dude' who is more concerned with his social life than pleasing the guests. There are a lot of foreign guests here, and he runs out of patience rather quickly and is a bit short with them if they don't immediately understand. The first night we got there he closed the pool several hours early so he could go out on the lake with his friends, leaving the whole camp sweltering in 110 degree heat with no way to cool down. The bathrooms are locked at strange hours with no explanation as to why. All in all, you're on your own at this park, as the staff can't be counted on for anything. Page needs another park desperately, as even a halfway decent one with caring management would put this one out of business rather quickly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had a reservation at this campground and called ahead while still on the road to confirm. They gave us our site number and told us they would close at 6:00 pm for "inventory". Note, this is the Friday night of the 4th of July holiday weekend. Normally a busy night for campgrounds. When we got there, we went to the site that we were assigned and there was someone in it. I was glad too, because the coaches in the sites in that section were almost touching with slides out. I found this interesting since I had asked them when we had called in earlier that day if the site was wide enough to accommodate our slideouts without touching people on either side and his answer to that question was very vague. Went to the office and knocked on the door because we could see people in there. They wouldn't answer the door - yelled at us through the window and told us they were closed for inventory. We yelled through the window that the site they had assigned us had someone in it. They finally opened the door and a man pointed to a couple of empty sites and told us to take our pick. These were bigger sites and we took the one we wanted. Our neighbor in the site next to us was as dumbfounded as we were that they were closed at the kick off of the holiday weekend. Neither one of us could figure out what they were "counting" in this "inventory". Campers continued to stream in that evening and all of them found the office locked. It was quite bizarre. People were walking around the campground trying to find sites. Others with reservations like us were taking any site they could find. So, people would arrive and find other rigs in their assigned sites just as we had. Still, the door remained locked and the "inventory" continued. When I went in to the office to pay the next morning, there was a man in there who had been assigned the same site we had been assigned and had arrived as we did to find that site taken. No control here - only chaos. Still don't know what they were counting. It could actually be a decent park if they had a manager who knew how to manage because the accommodations are OK. The sites we ended up in were big. Not much shade and everything is gravel but OK for a stop over. They have a pool and a small store - that has just recently been inventoried! Don't bother making reservations. Not much point in that. I might stay here again if I was in the area and needed a place to park other than the Walmart. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful campground; most sites have lake view. Restrooms and showers very nice, though showers are way down the hill and cost $2 for 15 minutes. Sites very close together, but each has a picnic table. Wi-Fi very weak or nonexistent. No discounts. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is our second visit to this campground and we enjoyed it so much we extended our original planned stay. Most of the sites enjoy views of Lake Powell. The sites are paved and spacious. Unfortunately, there is no cable and the over-the-air reception very spotty; although not a big deal for us. WiFi also generally non-existent. Verizon reception was generally excellent. Staff friendly and camp store well-provisioned. Page, shopping, restaurants and many local attractions within 8-15 miles. While the campground is generally very clean, they could do more to pick up small litter at individual sites, but not a big problem. We will be back here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful desert campground with a view of Lake Powell. The hookups are good, the roads are paved, all the sites have picnic tables and many have full concrete pads. The sites are up the side of a hill, so awesome sunrise views over Lake Powell are at most sites, and sunsets are beautiful as well. Restrooms were clean, but there is only one shower area at the bottom of the hill & that requires payment of $2 for 15 minutes. No senior national pass discounts are given, except for the dry sites. The office staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. There is a small camp store inside the office, and a small laundry room that was very clean. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice camping area. Peaceful. Boating, fishing, lake. Check in store has some groceries. Town 20 mins to shopping. Sites are mixture of side by side. Pull throughs and back ins. The camp ground is on tarred blacktop roads, maneuverability OK .(few corners tight). Most sites have a view of Lake Powell. Staff were friendly . Water ,electric were good. Wifi , Pretty much non existent. Awful - we even took our computer to lodge, as suggested by staff, it did not help much. Phone service intermittent. ATT & Verizon. Over all, if you want to relax and get away "Good Camping Spot". At night when everyone is lighting "Camp Fires" smoke is overwhelming. Fire rings at most if not all sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a great spot! The sites are paved, level and spacious. The restrooms are spotless and modern. Staff friendly and helpful. The views are fabulous. The lakeshore is within walking distance. There is a nicely stocked store on site. Town of Page is nearby and has Safeway and Super Walmart, as well as fast food and other restaurants. Hwy 89 is out due to a landslide. The detour adds about 50 miles to the trip from the south. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice upscale park with an upscale price per night. National park pass is good only for dry camp sites at 13.50 per night. Showers are not included in camp price. Very nice laundrey. View is great at sunrise. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed a couple of nights, we would have stayed longer but the rates are way to high for the winter. I am sure the rate is OK for the summer months. The park was empty. Otherwise it is a very nice park and we would stay again but just overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sign at the campground entrance says "Wahweap Campground", making it a little confusing. The view is amazing. Campers look across the lake at stark rock formations. The campground and the view were both beautiful. We were assigned to Loop A #17. The site was spacious and level. Water, electric, and sewer worked fine. Roads and sites are paved with gravel sites for picnic tables. I loved the natural landscaping. AT&T and Verizon were both very poor, working intermittently only. It rained while we were here, which caused no problems. I am glad we were not in Loop D, the newer area. The sites there are much closer together. We will absolutely return to this campground again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park on a gentle hill overlooking Lake Powell. Our site was in loop D. All the pull through sites have side by side hookups. Very spacious on your curbside, so don't worry about feeling like you are in a can of sardines. The only issue is to make sure at check in that your view window will face the lake. The camp store is well stocked with snacks, cold drinks, and memorabilia. The pool and restaurants are located at the lodge, about 1/2 mile from the campground. Restrooms are clean although there is a $2 charge (coin op) to use a shower with a 15 minute timer. Having to pay for a shower is the only reason I rated the park a 9 instead of a 10. The town of Page is about 5 miles from the park. There you will find Walmart, Safeway, golf, etc. There is a $15 park entrance fee that is good for 7 days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, long campsites, paved with fire pit and table. Wi-Fi worked very well, but slow at times. Great view of Lake Powell and just very short walk to beach. Well stocked store, too. Shuttle to town if you need to fill the pantry! We would certainly come back. The 9 rating only reflects no cable or over the air TV available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Inside a national recreation area, this park has remarkable accommodations. The price reflects this. Sites are level, excellent hook-ups, even lit for late night arrival, great wi-fi, and we just happened to have a great lake view. Real effort made to have great planting and nice surroundings around each site. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Lovely spot with beautiful views over the lake and a beach about a 5 minute walk away. Also can use the free shuttle to get to Walmart, The Dam Visitor Centre and The Lodge although that is only a 10 minute walk. Use of pools and a restaurant and pool bar at The Lodge is really nice. Stayed a week and found it very relaxing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spots were long, paved and level. Firepit, picnic table and BBQ. Bring your own shade. My only greivance was the lack of laundry facilities. There were 2 dryers for the entire campground, 252 spots!! 4 dryers and 1 Wash were out of order. ( don't tell me they all broke down that day) People were still queuing for machines at 11pm. Major inconvenience so I marked them down. They should be fixed by the time you visit I hope. No wi fi at our spot nor at the over crowded hotel pool. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a pretty large park with clean and efficient facilities. Staff were not the friendliest, but correct. Wi-Fi is provided, but unstable. They have a shop with a good variety of things needed by campers. The lake is 5 minutes on foot from the park entrance, the pool in the hotel area (a shuttle bus every 30 minutes takes you there). It is a good place for a one-to-two nights stay on the way from South to North or vice verse. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Showers are pay showers, $2 for 15 minutes. Not terribly expensive, but they were disgusting. Hair was everywhere, and the hot water was intermittent. The Wi-Fi was out for all the 3 days that I was there. I wonder if it ever works. The rest of the campground was very nice. The sites are paved and level, and the spacing between sites is better than most campgrounds. We did not feel crowded at all. The whole campground has a very clean and safe feel (except the showers), and it is very scenic, with a view of Lake Powell in the background. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice campground with great views of the lake and surrounding countryside. Clean level sites with picnic table and fire ring. The ladies at the sign-in desk were professional, but not friendly. I got more information from the electronic kiosk than from them. Price reflects family of 4 and full hookups . Overall good experience, though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A little disappointed in this campground being labeled a “resort”. It’s a resort if you are staying in the hotel area and not the CG. Sites were never cleaned from previous campers, charcoal grills unusable because they were full of spent charcoal, fire rings full of trash wood, bottles, and cigarette butts, etc. Never saw anyone clean any site in the week we were here. The good: nice views of Lake Powell Pads were cement all utilities were good. Plenty to do in the area. Maybe we would come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You can't ask much more from a CG. Easy access, large level sites, good utilities and some of the sites have a view of the lake, which is spectacularly beautiful. When booking, try to get a site with a view. We enjoyed a boat cruise, booked through the park, and the Page golf course is fantastic. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The layout is really exceptional. The park was completely sold out during my visit, but it did not feel crowded at all. Most sites have a nice view of the lake, though a large RV or 2 may diminish the view. Wi-Fi was decent but slow during peak hours (I was in loop B). Facilities are very clean, including bathroom and laundry. Sites are fairly level. I "only" gave this park 8 stars instead of 10 because (1) customer reception was rather lacking (this was my 3rd visit here, so this is hardly a random occurrence) and (2) for $44 nightly, it ought to be perfect, not just good. And lastly, for the reviewer that complained that there were not enough outdoor lights -- it's an outdoor thing! You can see stars from here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful Park! Just about every site has a view of the water and beautiful scenery. Our site has a picnic table, fire ring and pea gravel patio area. Very clean. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had an excellent pull-through site in C section. It was quite and very clean. The staff was very helpful and friendly. We have National Park passes so we didn't have to pay to enter the area. The lake is BEAUTIFUL and we enjoyed a side trip to Lee's Ferry. We would stay here again in a heartbeat. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a fabulous setting for camping. We had a site that faced the lake and loved every minute of our stay. The campground appears to be quite new and very clean. The only reason I did not rate a "10" is because it is pricy and the price gouging in the camp store is crazy. $5 for a $2 bag of ice is ridiculous and $8 for a 12 pack of soda is worse. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It doesn't get any better than this. Monster sized sites, with vegatative buffer zones between sites. Awesome views. The park is situated on a hillside, so each site gets great sight-lines towards Lake Powell. 10/10/10 all the way. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wonderful RV Park, well maintained, views of the lake, set in a desert landscaping. There is lots of space between sites, level concrete pad, long pull through sites, plenty of space for the RV and towed, picnic table, fire ring, barbecue, spotless bathrooms. The laundry however needed a good clean, one washer was out of action, and there was water all over the floor, and there were not enough washers or dryers. Wi-Fi was not very good. Shops and restaurants are fairly close by in Page. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I too, will not give this park a 9 or 10. The main reasons are two mentioned by the previous reviewer: pay showers and the site fee. This is a huge facility. I changed the above listing for number of sites from 170 to 280. In addition to 5 RV, FHU loops with about 170 sites, there are 4 no hook-up loops with about 110 sites. Most of the FHU sites are paved and mostly level. Each loop has its' own bathroom but no showers or hot water. You have to go to the office/store/laundry building for the $2 showers. From some sites, this more than half a mile. We were able to get the Wi-Fi at our site because we were fairly close to the office. Most sites appear be satellite friendly. The park has nice sites and beautiful views, but it doesn't deserve a higher rating due to the above negatives. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have to break the trend of an almost perfect record. Checked in by people not very service minded people. No information on the area in general was issued: none at all. For $54 per night you should not have to pay $2 for a shower. You can get a decent motel room for $54 per night and this includes showers, cleaning, etc., and here you do not bring your own accommodation. Apart from all this, the campground itself is indeed very nice and it is conveniently located: especially for boat people. Conclusion: Nice but definitely very much overpriced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great campground very close to Lake Powell at the area closest to Glen Canyon Dam Rec Area. The campground has paved roads, concrete slabs with new utility poles, but all other areas are gravel or rock and native landscaping. Utilities are poorly spaced for pull-throughs - our car had to be unhooked and moved in order to hook up utilities on the motorhome. Campground has numerous loop drives terraced up the hill from the lake. Office staff was helpful. Showers(in office building only) cost $2. Bathrooms are in each loop area and are nice. Admission to Glen Canyon National Rec Area ($15) must be paid before entering campground area, but is worth it - especially so if you have a National Parks Pass or Senior Pass. Town of Page is 5 miles away for groceries, gas, restaurants. The dam area and visitor center is very nice. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The setting for this park is the most beautiful we have found anywhere throughout many states. This is a huge, clean, well-maintained, well-managed park. Bathrooms are clean. There are sites to accommodate any size rig with easy-in, easy-out. Many pull throughs. Not all sites have full hookups, so reservations are recommended. We were in Section B which appears to have one of the best views and more room between sites than in some sections. Wi-Fi worked well even though the registration desk had advised that we might need to come to the hotel for a hot spot. No cable TV and we got no antenna reception, although we saw some rigs with their antennas up, which we interpreted to mean they could get reception. Highways 160 and 98 are flat and easy to Page from eastern locales. Northbound Highway 89 a few miles north of Flagstaff has a five-mile descent of 6%. It also has a five-mile ascent of 6% about 15 miles south of Page. We strongly recommend this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here in our 40' 4-slide motor-home with tow vehicle. We were in site A14 back-in to the lake. Large asphalt site with table and fire-pit. Full hookups, 50 amp, satellite and Verizon reception. Lots of room between sites. Beautiful area. Due to cost we would check out other alternatives. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Huge complex. We had a nice clean pull through site within walking distance to the lake. Being seniors we led a quieter life than most others. Lots of kids and watercraft. Easy drive to Page and a nice resort/hotel nearby. The best national RV park we have been to. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of our favorites. It's always clean and neat, but this trip we dropped them to a nine as there was a lot of bags blowing around, etc. The fire pits and BBQs were not cleaned of cig butts, etc. All personnel were helpful and courteous, but maybe they are not hiring enough this year. We will return as this is probably just a money thing. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were in Loop A and had a nice view of the lake. Not much shade but campers had a lot of room between them. Our site was a pull through with a paved surface. Restrooms were close and clean. Showers a little further and $2 (take quarters). No Wi-Fi in our area but some got it nearer to the lodge. If I were there again, I would definitely stay here. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a wonderful park: paved roads and sites, friendly staff, excellent hook-ups. We had a pull through in Loop B  which was great with plenty of privacy. Some of the side by side sites in other loops didn't have as much room. Laundry was clean and much cheaper than some other campgrounds. It did lack a rack to hang clothes as you take them out of the dryer. The lake is beautiful. We took one of the tours which was enjoyable. We also stayed here in June on our way back from Bryce Canyon. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is BIG with several loops to choose from. (Reserve early.) We stayed in newer area. Had great sunset view. Nice store. Enormous boat launch(es). Much room to roam, many paved walking paths. Nice resort and restaurant nearby. Didn't like side by side sites, especially when your (unknown) "partner" arrives late at night. A little too cozy. Much to do in area. Would return if in area, but not later than May or it would be verrrrry hot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent views, level sites, nicely spaced apart. Clean and well organized. Registration desk staff was polite, but not overly helpful with information about rules, etc. We asked and got the information. Desert terrain and beautiful landscaping. Adequate supplies at the camp store along with gifts. Resort pricing. No TV reception without a dish. Very convenient to tours and Page. RV wash available in Page, but nothing in the park. Boat rentals, etc are all here. We spent 5 days here and will stay here again. Great restaurant on the lake nearby. Individual and family bathrooms. Decent laundry facilities. Gas station on site to accommodate motorhomes, etc. Great paved interior roads and easy navigation for big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground run by Aramark. Very clean large and level sites. Water pressure was at 60 psi. Good power and sewer and was located in the right spot to our coach. We asked about using our Golden Age Pass and they said it was good only in their dry camping sites. There’s a restaurant/bar with a pool just outside of the lodge. Camp store with high prices, $5.00 for a bag of ice. Very well thought out resort. Verizon cell and Mi-Fi worked well. Nice campground, would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gave this a 9 for location. Right on Lake Powell. Wonderful location worth the couple of extra bucks. Restrooms were clean but shower were pay showers and located at office area. Did not use them. Site was a nice concrete pad, space enough and had nice view. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground can be entered by either the North or South entrance of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, clearly marked off Hwy 89. There is a fee booth, I think the entrance fee is $15, but I have an annual inter agency pass so it was free for me. Coming in from the south, the campground is about 5 miles from the highway, past the resort/lodge area, and clearly marked. The roads are wide and easy to navigate. We stayed in Loop D, which are all pull through sites. Our site was level, and we did not have to unhook our 30ft travel trailer. Each site has a nice picnic table, fire pit, and charcoal grill. There are a few trees scattered around, but not big enough to provide much shade. View sites in all the loops look like hit or miss, some have a great view, some don't. We just had a view of the side of trailers on either side. We could not pick up their Wi-Fi. My Sprint air card worked but was a little slow. No cable TV. The water tasted bad, we had to buy bottled water. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We enjoyed staying at Wahweap Lower Campground. It was a nice location, had a nice view of the lake, our spot, A20, was close to level, had a fire ring and table, and the drive was recently sealed. The sewer and electrical hookups were clean and modern. On the negatives, the registration closes very early (5 PM, but they put your reservation and site on the door for late check in), the bathrooms were not very clean, the recycling collection point was full and overflowing, and summers will be hot with very little shade and developed landscaping. I would not hesitate staying there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New, very nice campground. Small, well laid out loops with level concrete sites. Well landscaped, but of course immature trees. Good views from all over of the lake and cliffs. We would definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great location but will agree with previous person that signage for the campground is confusing, but all park personnel we came in contact with for anything was very courteous and went out of their way to be helpful. Don't think there is a bad site in the park which looks to be recently upgraded. Maybe the previous poster should stick to the mega resorts as we, and everyone else we talked to in our three day stay, thought it was wonderful. Level sites,great hookups! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Signage to the RV park is lacking and the registration area is not well marked. The employees don't seem to care about customer service. The campsite configuration is interesting. Some back-ins, some pull-throughs to the side of the loop road. There are several loop roads and lots of space between all campsites. We were near an antenna so WiFi was great. Our cell phones would not hold a charge, and at 9pm we needed to call AAA for a battery jump on our truck. The park has no outside lights and is real dark. There is not a pay phone at the park so we had to use a flashlight and walk a mile to the lodge. The sidewalks are grown over with shrubs and weeds, so it was not a fun trip. Be aware that showers cost $2.00 and require quarters. The first one I tried jammed with six quarters but fortunately I had extra quarters and moved to another shower. One load of laundry is $1.00. We suspect it is inexpensive because the employees also use it and you may have to wait your turn. The setting is one of the best but we doubt if we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is great for boating and fishing since the campground is right on the marina. Swimming is within walking distance of the campground. We camped in B loop. We had a large back-in concrete site with plenty of room for an RV, boat, and towing vehicle. Sites are well spaced and large. Roads are paved and large enough for big RVs to maneuver. We had a nice view of Lake Powell from our site. The park is clean and well maintained. We had great reception on our Verizon cell phone and DirecTV. Their Wi-Fi was slow but faster than our wireless Verizon card. They have no cable. The resort offers tours. We visited Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon Dam, Lower Antelope Canyon (photographer's dream), and Horseshoe Bend during our stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not sure how other reviewers determine 'upper' from 'lower' at this park. I assumed 'lower' means closer to lake, which isn't necessarily the case. Hook up sites are in A-F loops and non-hook ups are numbered loops 1-4. but, 'D' loop is physically a bit 'lower' than 'B' loop for example as the 'D' loop is newer. 'F' loop is South of and right across road from 'B' loop. I believe that the A loop is the oldest and F the newest. In any case, we arrived here late July, no reservation and got the last hook up site. Appears that D and F loops are the most congested as many rigs were side by side with slides kissing neighbor slides. We were in B loop. Had a great, huge site, very private. IMO, the D and F loops were more like an urban 'RV PARK', the other loops were more like a national or state park 'campground' with bigger sites, more privacy between sites, bigger trees, more mature vegetation. Best Wi-Fi I have had in months, free and coming in from the lodge about 1/4 mile away. Nicely laid out hook up pad. Good, 50 amp power. Full AT&T cell, Verizon air card strong and no problem with DirecTV. Fire rings/grill/table at site. Nice view to Lake Powell from almost all sites as entire campground slopes up the hill from the water. Friendly check in. Quiet at night and quite dark. Lots to do in area. We definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful campground, but keep in mind, it is the desert! Interesting birds and bunnies. Has great facilities and an amazing lake. Rented a ski boat and took everyone (including the dogs) to a lovely beach for the day. The rock formations are magnificent. Weather was hot but the water was perfect. Scenery can't be beat. Loved it so much, we extended our stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice park! Clean and sites were great! Concrete pads w/ grill and fire pits. No pool or Wi-Fi but did not need them w/ Lake Powell here. Good cell service! The hotel has a pool to use but they are small and busy but what a view! Eat at the hotel restaurant: The Rainbow room for great food and the view! Great access to Lake Powell marina where you can rent houseboats/boats/jet skis etc. Nice store at the office for all your basic needs! Will come back next year! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very disappointed with Wahweap. It was near the end of a two week vacation through Utah. The campground is no more than a parking lot: your neighbor is sooooo close you can pass a cup of sugar if your slides are on the same side. We were supposed to stay two nights but left early. It was also the most expensive campground on our trip. The upper campground which had no hook ups, had more space between campers. Lake Powell is beautiful. Verizon Mi-Fi worked great. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park in a beautiful location. Has dead level concrete sites, some with shade trees in the desert. Arrived for one night, stayed for 3. The only negative was the price. $38.00 seems a little steep for a 17' TT, but would still stay here again if in the area. Convenient to the town of Page, which has restaurants and a new Wal-Mart. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park, very well maintained, large well-spaced modern sites, some with excellent views of the lake. Only thing missing was cable TV; other than that it was outstanding. Lake Powell is spectacular. Would definitely stay here again on our next visit. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful location. The sites are very large. We were in C-1 and had a fantastic view of the lake. There is a wonderful bike path going from The Coves to the Lodge. The park is extremely clean. The Wi-Fi at our site was great. The laundry room was small but open 24/7 and the rate for wash and for dry was $1.00 each. The only negative is that the showers are down at the registration area and they are pay showers. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice new park with walkways to the lake, a large boat launch, and terrific views of Lake Powell. The desert landscape is nice, but grass between the sites would make this place a 10. Our Verizon air card worked great, very fast. If the wind is blowing, the site you have may make a difference on your entry door getting slammed by the wind. If you have the ability to check your site first and make a change if possible is a good idea. We had a boat and went out on the lake. Outstanding boating! I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park overlooking Lake Powell. I wish it had cable TV and better water pressure (45lbs). The WiFi was intermittent, even though we were less that 75 feet from the antenna. The sites are all paved and many are pull throughs. Also, there are campfire rings. The hookups were well located and modern. The camp store is open 8-5 and I wish they stayed open a couple of hours later. Staff was friendly and easy to work with. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is too nice! Because they provide paved roads and wide, paved sites with full hookups, the price is a little steep. The Wi-Fi didn't work very well on the night that we were there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is awesome! We camped in C loop and it had a large cement pad with room for extra cars, boat trailer, etc., and a gorgeous panoramic view! Attractive desert landscaping throughout the park. We requested a C loop site after staying in D loop for a few nights with a partial lake view (which was still very nice) and they worked with us to move us here when the current campers vacated. The people at the office were helpful and courteous. The park is clean and very well maintained. Bathrooms are easily accessible and clean--in fact I've never seen such a high ratio of bathrooms for the number of spots. Spaces are spread out nicely with plenty of room for big rigs and easy to maneuver in the park. I wish more parks had their act together like this one. We will be back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Compared to the old park at Lake Powell this place rates a twenty. Great roads, great cement pads, great access in and out and spectacular views of the lake. Wireless was solid, water pressure a bit high but plenty of volume even through the regulator. The sewer connection is elevated so you need to compensate for the cement curb or you might get a mess like our neighbors did. The pull through sites are long to allow for rigs with boat trailers. Nice tables and BBQs at each site. Same old lack of signage problems though. You would think that a Federal park would have the common sense to have clear (or any) signage. Not the park's fault but it is irritating to say the least. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was very nice with great views of the lake. Nice and clean facilities. We stayed mid week and after the busy season and almost had the place to ourselves. Its a pretty good walk to the lake and to the resort if you want to use the pool but lake was closer if you wanted to take cooling dip. Didn't have any problems finding the place as others stated but asked the park ranger when we paid our entrance into the park. We will definitely come back here and stay longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful views at this RV park. The cleanest and most spacious of all the ones visited so we had a lovely stay. On arrival we were told that the pool and jacuzzi at the nearby Lake Powell Resort was available to us although we didn't get a chance to use it. Some boat rentals available,a little pricey but worth it to make the most of the lake. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wi-Fi poor. Staff said it was the wind. Showers cost $2 to use. Items in store were really price gouging. For the money, this is a rip off. You must pay a $15 park entry fee on top of the camp fee. Total for one night $68. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
No shade at all. Far from all toilets. There was only showers by main building. Nothing to do at all - no playgrounds, no pool, no entertainment.. NOTHING. This campground does not fit the price. When booking I had a hard time getting anyone to answer any questions. They simply didn't reply to my emails. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason I gave it a 8 instead of a 9 is that the showers are at the store. Second, with side by side hook-ups on the pull-through sites, you and your neighbor have to cooperate on how you park so the uphill person has a view and then you may have to share a sewer outlet unless you have a 50 foot hose. Other than that it is great place to stay. The staff is great the lake is beautiful. The tours are wonderful and it is centrally located. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not too crowded when we were here, so the views were even better: lovely scenery. Site was level, good hookups in our pull-through site. Some walking to the store, but bathrooms close by. Not much doing in the area other than sightseeing, but that was plenty! Can take Lake Powell cruises from the nearby large motel facility (which also has restaurant/lounge, etc.). A fair walk or short drive. The only real negative was that local "youth" came to the empty site across the street in the evening and built a large fire in the fire pit, drank beer and partied until around midnight. No patrol came through, no phone service (and who to call in these days of "self-service" at the parks). Would have rated higher except for that. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice new campground with spacious sites that don't have your neighbors on top of you. Beautiful facilities. Level concrete site with fire pits. Great view down to the lake. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely beautiful campground. Stayed on loop B with nice view of the lake. Concrete pad was level. If you have two rigs with slides on the utility side things are close. On the door side there is a fire pit and picnic table. One of the cleanest campgrounds we've ever stayed at. Stayed here 5 days using it as a base camp for hiking. Wi-Fi was a bit flaky one day. Plenty of space to run the dogs in the closed loops. Employees of ARAMARK, the concessionaire, were unable to answer simple questions about the area. Don't know if it was the usual Navajo attitude of easier to say, "don't know" rather than answer a question or if it was a lack of knowledge base. Suspect the former. Took an all day tour of Lake Powell to Rainbow Bridge. $150 price was out of line considering lunch was a white bun with lunch meat and cheese. No veggies. Boat was tired. Captain knew his stuff. Great campground for the off season. Wouldn't come near it during high season. The place must be a zoo. Will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites had lots of space between sites with excellent views of the lake. (We camped in Loop A.) GREAT Wi-Fi. We kept here with 3 Samoyeds (medium sized dogs) and two cats. Large jack rabbits were fun to watch. Very quiet. Nice store with bottled water, beer, wine, lots of Lake Powell nick-knacks. Very friendly staff. Would definitely stay here again. Campground is not well marked. Take North Wahweap entrance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A rating of "10" for the lake view and park cleanliness. A much lower rating for the setup in Loop D. We had site #45 and our neighbor at site #46. The driver side of both rigs was less than 4 feet apart. So, we were looking into the cockpit of our neighbor. There is plenty of space for slides. Pricey at $43 a night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you want to camp with a view of the lake, this is the place for you. The staff was very nice and made all our arrangements for a boat tour. The laundry was nice and not very expensive. The Wi-Fi worked about 75% of the time. No phone service much. No TV without a satellite (they do not have cable). Very large, level, cement pads and a nice amount of space between the sites. You have to pay for your showers, $2 for 15 minutes, and I thought that was a little much considering this is not a cheap place to stay. But it is AZ, after all. A mixed bag, but I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, overseen by the National Park Service (with associated access fees just to get into the area). Many of the services in the NRA are outsourced to Aramark, including the campground. The sites are exceptionally good, with all paved interior roads and large concrete pads. Each site has a fire ring and a charcoal grill. The campground is located up the hill from the boat launch area and lake, and the views are great. Loop D is the newest section and the trees between sites will take many more years to mature, but do provide some shade. Sites are a mix of back-ins (along the outside of the loop) and pull-throughs in the middle. All sites are angled nicely to the roads, and access is smooth and easy. Pull-throughs are side-by-side facing opposite directions, but don’t share pedestals (there are separate hookups on each end of the island between rigs. The sites are quite wide although “patio” areas (all fine gravel) are shared in the pull-throughs as well. Request a site facing north if you want afternoon shade on the patio. The park is more expensive than the one in town, so you need to carefully assess the benefits of the location and amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is actually inside the national park, so you pay a weekly usage fee to get in. We followed the advise on RV Park Reviews and asked for a site in Loop C. This was a good choice because the location was beautiful. Try to get an outside space. We had the desert canyon behind us and a great view of the lake. The sites are large, level concrete with picnic table, fire ring, and BBQ. From Loop C you have a long walk down (and back up) the hill to the office/restrooms. The restroom/shower is new and very nice. You have to pay $2 for the showers but you don' t have to rush because they keep going for a very long time. The lake is just a short walk further down (and up) from the office/restroom area. There is a great beach. They offer a shuttle into town and to the dam. We didn't visit the marina or the hotel, but you can use the pool at the hotel. We plan on coming back for a longer visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We traveled to this campground as part of our RV travel club. While in the desert, the older campsite loops have maturing trees that gave us afternoon shade. The spaces are very large and the distance between spaces gives you a very private feel. We had dinner in the nearby restaurant (operated by the same people) and found the food very good. There is a convenience store onsite. The showers are a coin operated ($2 for 15 min) and located at the RV Park Office. The campsites are divided into loops. Loop D in the newest with the least mature trees. We camped in Loop C space 9 and found it very nice. WiFi is only available in the Motel lobby. We will return to this campground again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
What a beautiful campground! It is clean, well designed, has beautiful views of Lake Powell, and has wonderful sites. You are allowed to use the pool and jacuzzi at the Lake Powell Resort or you may use the swim beach. A paved walking trail is available and all the roads are paved. There is a terrific campground store with just about everything you will need. You can rent just about any kind of watercraft (a little pricey though) or you can take boat tours of Lake Powell. The entire area is absolutely beautiful and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are in loop C with desert behind us and a beautiful view of Lake Powell in front of us. The sites are large with level paved pads. We have a picnic table, fire pit, and a charcoal grill. Showers are down the hill and cost $2. The pool is at the lodge about 1/4 mile away. We swam at the larger pool with hot tub and pool bar--just like a resort pool! The free internet works fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in the "C" Loop and it was a great site with a very nice view. While we agree with much of what others have said, we rate this campground somewhat lower because: 1) the rate was quite high in our opinion for a site that does not offer cable, wifi and that has $2 pay showers, 2) the stickers from the tumbleweeds sorely afflict a dog's paws. Several dog owners we met while walking complained of the absence of a dog run or location that didn't hurt the animals' feet. Overall our feeling is that this concession-run operation is a bit over priced despite its excellent location and views. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
First of all, there is NO Upper Wahweap Campground. There is only ONE campground at Wahweap. There appears to be a mobile home park for employees higher up on the hill. It could have been an upper campground in previous years. Wahweap has loops for full hookups, and loops for no hookups. The first site, a pull through, they put us into, B1, was too sharp of a turn for a big 5th wheel. We damaged our refrigerator vent (our fault). To avoid that would have meant backing back out or driving off a 6 inch ledge. The back in sites were much easier to negotiate! And many of them are double wide. The views are fantastic! The bathrooms were great. The Wi-Fi was awful, as throughput is faster on a cell phone. At $43 it is the most expensive campground that we ever stayed at. Sites without hookups are $19. After two nights we moved 5 miles up the lake to Lone Rock where you get random dry camping on the beach for $10. A lower price would have gotten a higher rating. Without the views the rating would have been lower. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Spectacular! This a great experience. We were in Loop A, "turnout" style pull through. Curbside faces Lake Powell; awesome views. Good power (steady at 122v) and water pressure. Wi-Fi works, a little spotty though. Lots of activities here. Gets a point deducted because they made an error with our reservation and overcharged us, and the site was not as clean as it should have been; many cigarette butts in the fire ring, as well as some trash. If you do take part in the resort activities, or even venture out for a meal or a cocktail, plan on spending 25% percent more than listed prices; there are hidden "taxes" in everything. But don't let that sway you from this fantastic place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We would rate this high for the area. All concrete pads, with nice new aluminum picnic tables, fire pit, charcoal permanent grill, stone and rock landscaped sites. Very neat and clean with top notch hook ups in a recreation area. If you want TV, good luck unless you have your own equipment. We pulled in ONE TV station (PBS) and the bartender told us that is probably one more than other people. Wi-Fi did work, but it was 'iffy' on some days, just keep hitting your connect button. We would definitely stay here again. Oh, the other draw back is the showers are located down by the Camp Store and it is $2.00 for 15 minutes of water. There is no upper and lower campgrounds as mentioned in other readings, it is all loops now, we stayed in the D-Loop and it was a ways away from the showers for convenience. The scenery was gorgeous and you couldn't ask for any better. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great location right next to Lake Powell. We were on the D ring which is the newest area. Nice level concrete pads with full hookups, but no Wi-fi. Great views of the lake. Other areas of park are asphalt, and seem to be fairly level. Most have some view of the lake. Never could get the Wi-fi to work, even when I went outside next to the antenna. About a 10 minute walk to the hotel (resort), where the tour boats leave. The lake is down 100 feet, but they expect it come up 50 feet with the spring runoff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located inside the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. A contractor, Aramark, runs the campground and concessions. We were in Loop C and had a gorgeous view of Lake Powell and the surrounding rock formations. The campground appears fairly new and is terraced so everyone has a view. We had a pull-through site which was plenty long and wide. The sites are also situated so you are not right next to anyone. The sites are paved and level. Wi-Fi is free. There is no cable TV. I would say this is the best visual park I have ever stayed in. I would love to come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great RV Park. There are 4 loops with full hook ups and not a bad site among them. WiFi varies by site. The closer to the bathrooms the better for a signal. Sites are both wide and deep. There isn't a "lower" and "Upper" campground any longer for the RV Park portion. Wonderful views of Lake Powell and the surrounding mountains. This area is run by the NPS, so if you don't have a park pass, add $15 for entering the area for one week. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Outstanding facility for a "Big Rig." We stayed in the newer "D Loop" and it had wide paved roads and huge concrete pads. A wonderful view of the distant bluffs and of the marina area of Lake Powell. This place is super ! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We also stayed in the "D" loop with a pull-through site. It is all concrete and level. There are back-in sites around the outer edge of the loop. It was very clean and the staff was really helpful and even let me check in early. Be careful of the time changes. They were on the day light savings time and were an hour earlier than the mountain time. We walked to the lake which was really quite a distance. It didn't look like it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Brand new campground with concrete pads and grass areas next to sites. Great views of the lake from most sites. Check electricity at your site before un-hooking your RV as they have had problems with their 30 amp service in this area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for a week and we love it. Very clean park with nice concrete pads. We stayed in D Loop which is the newest with new concrete and picnic tables and grills. Trash and restrooms are very handy. Excellent cell phone and wireless Internet as well as satellite (Alltel) service for computer. We had a lakeview on both sides of motorhome that was gorgeous. Staff at resort was helpful and friendly. As we are towing a motorcycle on trailer as only means of transportation, the RV shuttle was very handy for taking us into town to play golf. Page has the Lake Powell National golf course which is a great course with beautiful vista views of Lake Powell and the dam. We stayed here with easy day trips to North Rim of Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon. Resort extends all privileges to RV guest just like the lodge guest. Nice pool, hot tub and great pizza. I only have one negative comment about the RV park. In D Loop which is all pull throughs, the RV sites alternate the direction they face, thus saving space. If in D Loop, make sure you are facing the lake which is North. This puts your awning side facing East for the afternoon sun. Saw many people set up facing South with awning side facing West. Since campground was not full, it didn't take them long to wise up and switch sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were in the "D" ring and it was really nice. Wide pads and plenty of room with great views. The pool is at the hotel which is not within walking distance for small children and there is no playground that I saw. Keep that in mind if you have kids. With cable and wi fi, this is definitely a "10". Found out, on our last day there, that you can dry camp right on the beach about 4 miles to the west. It's an easy drive to get down there and the ground is very firm until you are right at the beach. You could literally, walk out of the coach and be 4 steps from the water. That's the ticket for me the next time I'm out there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very impressed with the cleanliness of the park, along with the views of Lake Powell. Some pull through sites available. Fire pits and picnic tables at all sites. I rate our experience a 10 out of 10. While no wifi is available in the park, it is available in the nearby Wahweap Lodge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, new clean facility inside the national park. If you don't have national park card, it will cost you $12 to enter the park. From the gate it is about 5 miles to the campground. Big, level, concrete spaces with full hookups (including cable). WIFI is free and available at the nearby hotel. Pool and spa are there as well. Bathrooms clean and new. Didn't use the showers, but I read they charge $2.00 for 15 minutes. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This review relates to the newer Wahweap CG near Stateline. It is being expanded. All sites are spacious, paved and level with a fire-pit. All have a view of Lake Powell and are within walking distance of the marina, lodge, etc. The only negative is that the office staff never leaves the office. As a consequence park rules about dogs running loose and maximum party size/site are freely ignored. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thought it was not that great for the price. No computer or cell phone access and no tv. But you were very limited on where you could stay in this area. We had a National Parks Pass and thought it would be 1/2 price but not at this park. The golf at Lake Powell National did make it a worthwhile stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Liked this park and its setting very much. Sites have view of Lake Powell and have nice desert landscaping. Buildings are new and modern. Big rig access is no problem. However, there is no wi-fi or cell-phone service at or near the campground and no cable TV. Had to drive to location nearer to Page to make cell-phone calls. You will have to pay to enter Lake Powell National Recreation area at a kiosk before travelling a few miles to the campground office for check-in. Campground office closes at 6pm so plan to arrive before then. We were there in early May and the park was very quiet. Recommended. Finally, pay attention to speed-limit signs when crossing Glen Canyon dam not far from park entrance. Police often have car checking speeds of vehicles crossing dam. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this campground. Right on Lake Powell with many sites having a lake view. Lots of room between your neighbors. Easy access even for our 45' Prevost. If you like to fish you can walk to the lake easily, or rent a boat close by. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park off-season after the jet ski and party boat crowd take their kids and head home for the school year. Well-maintained with large, level paved sites. Very nice desert landscaping. This would be a 10 if they had better communications (cell service and/or Wi-Fi) and the staff were a bit more friendly. Rather a governmental attitude but not surprising since Aramark is a huge government concessionnaire. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Huge backin sites. Pull through sites are side to side hookup. Loop C would be the choice. Accepts reservations but not for specfic sites. Very well kept and has security. Very peaceful and scenic. Only reason for no giving a "10" is lack of phones and cell service is not good. Page, Arizona is about 5 miles south. Will use again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wahweap Campground is NOT the same as Wahweap RV Park. The Campground has much more spacious sites and better view and location, but less trees. The campground allows campfires, whereas the RV park does not. Wahweap Campground is about the nicest place we've ever stayed at. The lowest numbered pull-throughs have killer views, good privacy, and lots of space. We camped here in a Motorhome.