Lake Powell is a man made reservoir on the Colorado River, located on the border between Utah and Arizona of the United States. The Majority of Lake Powell including Rainbow Bridge National Monument, is located in Utah. It is a major vacation spot that around two million people visit every year. It is the second largest man-made reservoir by maximum water capacity in the United States behind Lake Mead. It has over 1,960 Miles of shoreline and is 186 Miles long.
Primitive camping permitted on a sandy beach or in dunes. No designated campsites. Open fires must be within a four-foot-square area. Quiet time 10 pm-6 am. Four micro-flush toilets, 6 vault toilets and 1 wheelchair accessible comfort station. Outdoor cold shower. Off-road vehicle area. Dump station. Potable water (seasonal). Day use area. No launch ramp. No reservations. $14 per vehicle per night. Camping fee does not include entrance fee, and entrance fee does not include camping.
This is one of the Premiere white sand beaches on Lake Powell. With easy access from the Highway it is often at full capacity during peak summer months.
Feeling a little more adventurous? Then take a look at taking a Kayak from the anywhere along Lone Rock Beach. This is a fantastic way to experience Lake Powell and many of its side canyons! Pack a lunch and make a full day of exploring the many hidden cove and beaches. This is a wonderful way to spend a day.