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
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
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
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
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. - wjzcbn
Just an overnight on a beautiful warm night in February.
Park is very CLEAN, well managed, Lot of extended stay visitors, but they do a great job of keeping the short termers like we were pretty well separated which is nice for every body.
Definitely would stay here again! - happyflyer
We stayed a week. The only available FHU site were ones that backed up to another- not my favorite but was OK. This park is busy. The park is quiet but the traffic on the main drag can be heard. Large laundry rm w/ change machine. Office staff very nice. Good Verizon 3G; decent WiFi- slow at night. This area attracts a lot of Europeans who rent Motorhomes from LA, Seattle, etc. We met several visitors at the RV park. Lots of hiking that's free. Pay the $15 ( good for a wk) and check out Glen Danyon Rec. Area, and the Carl Hayden Visitor center is free- great view of the Dam. Do your shopping before noon- bus tours unload their passengers at Safeway/Walmart/Subway. They and wipe the places out! - Topdach
The best thing about this campground was the price. We felt we got a great value compared to the other choices in town. The park appears to be divided into two sections with more permanent campers on one side and more mobile campers, like us, on the other side. The campground was clean and we had a level, wide spot with lots of space between us and our neighbor. The campground is located on the edge of town. We were in site #57 which put us on the back side of the campground away from the road. If you are looking for value and proximity to attractions, this is a good spot. We stayed here one night. The price reflects the 10% AARP discount. - The Regans
Our second stay here in five years. Campground is spacious and well-kept and was mostly very quiet. Had no trouble fitting our 40' plus toad into the site. Beautiful views of Lake Powell. Lake level is shockingly low. Wi-fi was almost unusable, even in the resort lobby. - spot
Very well kept park. Easy to maneuver our long fifth wheel and tow vehicle. Wifi barely usable. No cable and no antenna reception. Lovely view of the lake. No rules about pets but when a camper complained (for both of us) about another camper's dog who barked all day long while they were gone and then was not leashed when they were there, the Park Service rangers came by and took care of the problem. Park is only about 6 miles from Page so is conveniently located. Only thing we didn't like, which might not bother others, is the door-to-door and back-to-back set up which greatly diminishes privacy. We would definitely stay here again. - all4pets
Wow, one of the nicest parks we have been too in a long time. Big concrete pads, that are well spaced from the next site. Lots of room for walking and biking with the kids. The view of Lake Powell is outstanding, yes the water level is down some but still very nice. Were we there in early spring weather in the 70's, the lake still cold but fun. We liked the back in site vs. the pull-thru area better as we stayed 4 nights. - JeffnAnita