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
Oct 2017 - $36.00
Access to Wahweap was via the south entrance, north is closed. Check-in at the CG store was quick and easy, friendly staff. A provided map was easy to follow and took us to "F" loop. "F" loop is combination of back-in and drive-thru with full hook-ups and 50A. Wi-fi is non-existent except at the store. Our drive-thru site was total concrete with fire-pit and BBQ. This is a busy campground, access to Lake Powell. Walking access to the beach and several hiking trails are available. Boat tours on the lake are expensive, very expensive, unless you have your own water craft. We enjoyed our stay here and will return. - SilverBear
Sep 2017 - $48.00
Had a Lakeview site! Nice long asphalt pad with beautifully designed picnic table area. Plenty of room for the coach and the car. Verizon works but not but 2 bars. Wifi good at the registration building. Love the stay but the price is about $5 too high. But it's Lake Powell!❤️ The park is really well kept and clean. Easy access to the lake. Sections A, B, C, are all single spacious sites. Some back in some half circle pull throughs. D & F are close together and they're all pull throughs but your neighbor goes one way and you face the other like buddy sites but the doors are opposite. Will definitely return!!! - LB Cruiser
Sep 2017 - $44.00
Nice RV park with very long spaces. We were in D Loop, and yes, you do partner with the next site, but it is sewer to sewer and there is lots of room between the sites door to door. We had a nice view of the lake from our windows, it was very quiet at night, and about 5 miles from the town of Page.
Only negative was that no one cleans the sites after you check out. Empty bottles, bottle caps, trash, etc. For as much as they charge, you would think they could hire someone to sweep the sites. - WSKeifer
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Very good location for visiting the town of Page. Nice people in the lodge. Gravel parking lot on busy Coppermine Road, right across the street from the fire department. Very noisey!! There aren't many campgrounds in the town of Page. They have 11 pedestals here however, if there are more than 7 RV's here you would have to boondock because they are all so close together and strangely arranged. We squeezed all the way over into the weeds just so we could put our slides out and open our bay doors. There are these awful plants that have thorns that fall off and stick to the bottom of your shoes. If you wear rubber-soled shoes they will poke through and stab you in the bottom of your feet!! And if you happen to bring them in and step on them barefoot, ouch!! Locals call them goat heads. If you happen to blow the 30 amp pedestal like we did there is a circuit breaker box located on the side of the building. - SNL
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
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
Nov 2016 - $20.00
This was an interesting campground. There are not really plants or any kind of natural cover. The sites do have windbreaks and picnic tables. It is located on a mesa and therefore has amazing views. Something about the openness of the site made me uneasy. I felt my neighbors could watch me as there was really nothing between my site and the next. People pulling in in the middle of the night and driving around also freaked me out a little. However it seemed most of the other campers in November were retired RVers who seemed to be socializing together and having a good time. The RVs seemed to mostly park in the center island part of the campground that had longer pull through sites. A short drive or walk from the campsite is the river, and further on is the marina where groups launch into the Colorado River for rafting trips. Past the marina is a cool little interpretive hike to old ruins - very interesting. I was hiking around by myself early in the morning and some people up on the high trail on the cliff were yelling or whistling making noises at me. I think they were just goofing around but it was strange. Then I spoke to another man briefly in the marina who said some disturbing racist things out of the blue. All in all I found the area super beautiful and interesting but with creepy strange people that left me uneasy. I only stayed one night. But I would go back if I was not alone. - TWG
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