4 Parks near Page, Arizona
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
Oct 2013 - $15.00
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! - Numbnuts
Aug 2012 - $15.00
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. - LouDee
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
May 2014 - $10.00
If you are taking an RV here, be sure to clarify the best road to the beach, as we saw many many people getting stuck in the sand (stay to the far left on the way down). A better alternative for us, was parking up top by the dump station. There are nice views, and although no hook-ups, it is only $10 a night. A 15 minute drive to town, and remember you are in Utah's time zone. I didn't see any "showers" here except for the cold outdoor ones for rinsing sand. - cherrytree
Apr 2014 - $10.00
The lake is shrinking so any services (flush toilets,an outdoor shower, and the trash dump) are quite a hike from your boondocked vehicle. There were about 50 rigs when we got there Easter weekend. I sensed a group of partiers in one group and a group of families with boats in another. We had plenty of privacy and it was quiet at night as we parked a ways away near the wash. The drive in is sand and some gravel over the sand so difficult to get far down the beach. - saturn7
Nov 2015 - $25.00
Nice facility. We had plenty of room for our Class A and the slides. The park is conveniently located just off Rt 89 and a few minutes drive to the downtown area. Sites were fairly level and had good water, power and cable service. WiFi worked well, also. The front desk folks were super friendly, and have a great knowledge of where things are in the city. We used the showers and laundromat and were pleased with both. - ultrastar28
Oct 2015 - $28.00
Efficient check-in by a somewhat bored young man.
The gravel spacious sites are mostly level.
It's a quit campground with a separate part for long termers. Restrooms, showers, hot tub and small indoor pool are clean. Washers and dryers all working and not expensive.
Cable TV is good and so was the Wi-Fi during our stay !!
We will be back. - Bluesbirdy
Oct 2015 - $28.00
There's a lot to like about this park including the fact that you're at the base of a mesa that's wonderful to climb up on top of to get some exercise and a magnificent view. The location is also terrific for visiting Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, & the Lake Powell Dam/Glen Canyon Nat'l Recreation Area. I think your site defines your experience here. We were in #16, a pull-thru, which we liked; took some blocks to level, though. It was quiet at night & we had nice neighbors around us. Cable was excellent; WiFi & Verizon good. Laundry facility fine; lots of machines. The bathrooms, while just average in decor and size/space, were often busy and not the cleanest - know that speaks more to the users and not really the management, but don't expect nice, clean bathrooms. Other than that, we liked it here and will be staying here again next year. - Jolly Out There
Nov 2015 - $44.00
A very nice campground with a variety of site sizes, large and small. The campground has several loops (might be very busy in season) but only the lower two were still open when we stayed. Our pull through site was very long and level with the door side opening to a nice picnic area and view of the lake. The utilities were mid-site and the only thing worth note is that the sewer connection was in a raised concrete block, fine but not the best for drainage. Power was strong, Verizon phone ok and internet at 3G.
We may have had the best site in the campground but I noted many nice ones. Spread between the two loops were only 10-15 campers so it was wonderfully peaceful. The only negative we noted was the person who checked us in was plainly bored with their job. - PBuds
Oct 2015 - $44.00
Lovely campground with nice views of what is left of Lake Powell. Sites are level, paved, roomy, with nice picnic table and fire ring. Some shade, vegetation. You can walk from the campground into Utah and back into AZ, which is kinda fun. Lots of amenities at Lake Powell Resort, within walking distance. No showers at campground--you have to go to the check-in/store. I've stayed in another place in Page, and this is so much nicer and quieter (off season), and roomier. Here, you can relax and see roadrunners and other birds. Don't plan on having Internet here. Don't know about TV. Lots of sidewalks to walk on, places to see. The dam is interesting. Definitely on my place-to-stay list for next year's snow-bird trek to AZ from OR. - LeeL
Oct 2015 - $48.00
This is one of the finest campgrounds in North America. Very spacious sites although you could end up facing another camper, although with lots of space in between. If you don't have a national park pass beware, you'll be paying an extra $20 to get into the park, which is good for 7 days. Pads are paved with gravel beside. You do have to pay for showers ($2.00 for 15 minutes). - North America in 90 days