Page, Utah 86040
36.95611 / -111.4875
Lake Powell, the focal point of Glen Canyon National Recreation area, is situated in setting of deep canyons, rock outcrops and spectacular scenery. Formed by one of the world’s highest dams and the waters of the Colorado River, the lake stretches for 186 miles along the Colorado River channel, covers a surface area of 162,700-acres and boasts 1,960 miles of shoreline. Glen Canyon is so massive that the lake took 20 years to fill after the dam was completed.
Wahweap Campground is located just off of 160,000 acre Lake Powell, named after Major John Wesley Powell, who led the team who explored the Glen Canyon, Marble Canyon and Grand Canyon in 1869.
Local Activities include Colorado River trips down to Lee’s Ferry in Marble Canyon, Lake Powell boat tours, Dinner cruises, and on land there are several eateries, golfing, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding and other activities.
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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area extends over 200 miles in southern Utah and northern Arizona. Lees Ferry and the Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center are located on Arizona Highway 89A. Carl Hayden Visitor Center in Page, AZ is on Highway 89. The Bullfrog Visitor Center is located on Utah Highway 276. Halls Crossing is also reached by Highway 276. Hite is located just off Utah Highway 95.
The primary form of transportation within the park is by boat. Except for Lakeshore Drive in Wahweap, there is virtually no hard-surfaced road which offers access to or view of the lake outside the developed marinas. In-park shuttle services are available at Wahweap, Bullfrog, Halls Crossing, and Hite.
To get to Wahweap campground - from Page, travel north on Hwy 89 across Glen Canyon Dam to the Wahweap exit. Follow the signs to the campground.
- BBQ Grills
- Boat Rental
- Drinking Water
- Fish Cleaning Station
- Group Camping
- Restrooms (Flush Toilets)
- RV Hookups
- Bird Watching
- Water Sports
- Wildlife Viewing
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