If you’re looking to visit Horseshoe Bend, an unofficial wonder of the world, you might want to book into Page-Lake Powell Campground for a comfortable stay. Set on a desert tableland, the campground has picturesque Lake Powell on its doorstep and caters to RVs with full-hookups including electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer. You also have partial or no hook-up options. Wi-Fi is free and there are plenty of pull-thru sites for the bigger rigs. The RV pads are gravel and not entirely level, but help is always at hand from friendly hosts.
The night skies in this part of the country are something to behold with showstopper visuals captivating campers. Pitch a tent and embrace the elevated vibe of being over four thousand feet above sea level. You really will feel on top of the world at Page-Lake Powell campground with refreshed restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.
A camp store provides supplies and if you’re feeling the summer heat, an indoor swimming pool is a great way to cool off. You can also relax in a Jacuzzi during your stay. The camp gym gets you fit for the amazing walking trails while the kid’s playground offers hours of youthful fun. A communal barbeque area allows campers to get to know each other over a hot cup of coffee or a meal.
The layout of the park allows for spacious RV sites with trees for partial shade and a landscape of desert, red rocks, and mountains. Here you are reminded what lies beyond city life.
There’s no need to leave your pet-pals at home, with many campgrounds opening their doors to the family cat and dog. Permanent road-trippers welcome a policy that allows their furry friends to join in the camping fun. Dogs will need to be on a leash no longer than six feet when they are outside vehicles and owners must pick up their waste. It gets pretty hot in this area, so your pup may feel the heat. Keep them hydrated with fresh water and protected from the sun's ray with an umbrella or shade tent.
There’s a lot to see and do at this desert wonderland with Antelope Canyon Tours inviting photographers to get that magic shot of sandstone sculptures formed over millions of years. A trip to the expansive Lake Powell sees houseboaters living the dream with an opportunity to rent a deluxe model for your next Arizona vacation.