Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Glen Canyon Camping

RV Parks

RV parks with full utility hookups are available year-round by Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas at Wahweap, Bullfrog and Halls Crossing. Facilities include grocer-ies, LP gas, showers and a coin-operated laundry. For reservations and fee information, please call (800) 528-6154.

For additional RV information, visit or call (888) Go-RVing (467-8464).


Concessioner-operated campgrounds are located at Wahweap, Bullfrog and Halls Crossing. Reservations for campgrounds are on a first-come, first-served basis and must be made at the campground upon arrival. An RV dump station is located at each campground. Sites do not have hookups. Campgrounds are open year-round. 

The NPS operates a campground at Lees Ferry on a first-come, first-served basis. The facilities include camping sites, tables, grills, water and flush toilets. Primitive campgrounds—open all year and suitable for backcountry camping—are located at Lone Rock (near Wahweap), Farley and Stanton canyons, and near Hite. 

Note: Due to low water conditions, primitive camping may change. For updated information, call (928) 608-6404 or visit

No camp-ing is allowed within one mile of the marinas and Lees Ferry or at Rainbow Bridge National Monument. There is a 14-consecutive-day limit for any interior site. The maximum stay along Lake Powell's shoreline is 30 days.

A free permit is recommended for overnight hiking in the Esca-lante Canyon area. Permits can be obtained in person at the Escalante Ranger Station. Please call (435) 826-5499 or (435) 826-4315 for more information. No permit is required for day hikes. Camping is prohibited in roadside pullouts, in picnic areas or on posted beaches near developed areas.