5 RV Parks near Page, Arizona
May 2017 - $7.00
this is a boondocking park in the National Park. it has no services except some out houses near the beach. We too parked up on top. up on top there is a trash receptacle and dump station with potable water. the rest of the campground is a large open beach. There are no pit toilets up on top. The cost is the fee to come into the National Park and the camping fee ($14) per night. there is a machine at the entrance and sometimes an attendant. Beautiful views and you can hike to the beach. - saturn7
Apr 2016 - $6.00
I stayed in the upper parking area and not on the beach. Views are stunning! There were no marked spots but plenty of room for the few campers that used this lot. Potable water was available. An automated system issued camping permits but only used credit cards. It was unreliable. It took fifteen attempts to get a permit. I paid the senior rate, the best $6 I've spent this year. - RudyBaga
Oct 2015 - $6.00
This Federal campground is along the shore of Lake Powell. We parked our 38' RV along the beach about 50' from the water's edge. The lake was warm for swimming and water sports. Watch out for wind and rain storms which can be seen approaching and retract awnings before leaving. Used wood blocks on sand for minor leveling, and sand-wood worms contaminated the wood. One or two hosts are available to monitor generator hours of operation and party noise. Noise was handled well and we had a good night's sleep. Check which road to use approaching the beach as some can get stuck if the sand is too soft. Fresh water and a dump station is included in fee. - Bud H
Sep 2017 - $44.00
Campground is easy to get to but our GPS was not very accurate with it's location. We had a level back-in spot near the office. Utilities worked well as did the cable and Wi-Fi. They have a nice indoor pool and hot tub. Office personnel were friendly and helpful and they have a small store in office area. We would stay here again. - dandg
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Park was all gravel and since it was built on a hill all the sites were very uneven. Sloped a lot and was unable to level without having wheels in the air. Park is close to highway/road and we had a lot of traffic noise all night. Office personnel were friendly and the bathrooms/showers were clean. WIFI was easy to connect to but useless for anything. - 3 on the road
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Park is fine for the area. Staff were very nice. Spot was your basic gravel with tree. Several permanents but they were in one section and the overnights in another. We would stay here again. - Steve & Terri
Sep 2017 - $44.00
When making reservations, you can ask for a specific site but it is not guaranteed. After some research, our group chose sites 23-25 in C loop. They have a limited view of the lake and are wide concrete sites with full hook ups. The sites size vary greatly and the back in sites are very nice. The campground is well designed (except for the buddy side to side sites) and very clean. Hookups are conveniently placed and work well. There is little shade in the campground. Remember you have to pay National Park entrance fees of $25 in addition to campground fees. Showers are pay showers and there is an on site laundry. - linnemj
Aug 2017 - $38.00
It wasn't obvious where to check in, but we figured it out quickly enough. The store was nice and well stocked. The office staff were fine - not the most friendly, but not rude either. The campground is well laid out, with nice views from many sites. There are definitely some that are much better than others - we were fortunate enough to get a nice one along the edge, with a view of the lake, and plenty of space between the sites. The only major issue we had was our A/C kept tripping the breaker, which has never happened before. I'm not aware of any mechanical issues with it, so it may have been the electrical at the site, but they insisted it wasn't, so who knows. So we had no A/C, and it was hot. The office was difficult to get a hold of, too, and we had to go to the office to ask for help, since nobody answered the phone. Other than that, it's a great campground. The lake is in walking distance and it's close to the town of Page and other attractions like Horseshoe Bend. We had a good stay overall, and I'd recommend it - especially if you have a voltmeter. - Brian C.
Jun 2017 - $48.00
Loop D has FHU but you only want to get the sites that are back in on the far side. The first 2 rows are insanely close together, with one RV pulling-through one way, and the neighbor pulling through the other way, such that they have maybe one foot between their slide-outs. Terrible. We lucked out and got one of the back-in sites. We thought it was too expensive, but it is Page. We planned on going swimming, but somehow there is broken glass all over everywhere, which is hard to comprehend how it all got there since there are no partial bottles, so we skipped swimming and would recommend shoes if you choose to do so. - Timeking
May 2017 - $20.00
We were going to stay in the big park at the marina but found they were full. Then we remembered the Elks! There was only one rig there and they have 10 or so spaces. Water and electric only but it was all we needed. As always, the bar opened in the afternoon and everyone super friendly. The spaces can be tight, we stayed 2 nights and there were about 6 rigs there when we left. Thank you Elks. - Jerry B
Sep 2016 - $20.00
A little pricey for water and electric only, in a noisy parking lot. The water at my site was locked up, but I was able to fill my tank from the site next to me. The sites are very close together, and you wouldn't be able to put out slides if they were all filled. There was only one other rig when I was there, so it was no problem. Free wifi from several local businesses with an antenna. Good verizon. The people in the lodge were super friendly. - KAP99
May 2015 - $20.00
There are 11 sites here now and they have just redone the power so all are a good solid 30 amps. There is also water at each site but the closest available dump station is at a nearby campground. Sites are a bit tight if they would be full but they weren't when we were here. Definitely convenient for things to do in the area and easy access in and out. - Wannabees
Jun 2017 - $10.00
The rate reflects a 50% Federal Senior Pass discount. Note that this is not a USFS campground as the title indicates; it is National Park Service (NPS). The campground is in a beautiful setting with spectacular views. The campground is often used by individuals that are going to float the river. We found it easy to navigate with our 28 foot motorhome. There are several sites where we would have fit. There are flush toilets and fresh water for filling tanks. Fresh water and a dump station are available about a mile past the campground turnoff. We found that we could fill our tanks from the washroom in one of the restrooms, saving a trip to the dump. There was no camp host; we did see a ranger come by to check post tags. It was wonderfully quiet and dark at night. We had reasonably good Verizon voice and data. We had no problem getting DirecTV. We enjoyed our stay and would certainly return. - TheJim
Sep 2016 - $9.00
While this campground has great views of the surrounding canyon walls there needs to be a reality check on this park. In one of the bathrooms, the urinal was covered up, one of the two toilets did not flush and some of the windows were broken and covered up with duct tape. Most of the wind breaks were either missing or in need of repair. A number of site posts were on the ground broken.
We tried three back-in sites and could not get level. Finally on the fourth site we were able to get somewhat level. We had to settle if we wanted to stay in this park. The BBQ stands were not cleaned out and the trees needed to be trimmed. On the day we arrived there were no payment envelopes. At the dump station, we could not run the fresh water through our water cartridges because the hose was not threaded.
The paved interior road was very narrow. Other than the 6 long (unleveled) sites this park was really designed for tents and small rigs (26 feet and under).
Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good.
Overall, there appears to be very little maintenance done within this park. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. We would probably come back to this park being aware of what to expect. - adsaxs
Aug 2015 - $8.00
The campground is in the Glen Canyon Recreation Area. There is a fee for entering the Recreation Area - waived for those with the Federal Senior Access Pass - and a fee for the campground - half price with the Senior Access Pass. The campground overlooks the confluence of the Colorado River and the Paria River and is looked down upon by the Vermillion Cliffs. The back-in sites have fences between them to provide privacy. There are curved shelters over the picnic tables that block the sun and wind coming from the east. In the late afternoon, when it is the hottest, you are in the full sun. There are large pull-through sites in the center of the lower camping loop. These sites will accommodate big rigs, but are not very level. There is no electricity and no sewer. I did not see a dump. There area is very picturesque - if also hot. I would definitely stay here again. - Teardrop11