Wow! Lake Powell and the surrounding area is just magnificent! It’s kind of in the middle of nowhere on the southern Utah border. We visited this place off season. So many boats drydocked. Would love to see this area and we will return closer to peak season. We are told April is windy. The wind was strong while we were here. We were told to come just before Memorial Day to beat the crowds and have more seasonable weather. We are shoulder season people!
This area in front of Lone Rock is actually a lakefront dry camping area. You can camp right on the shore. We need inflatable kayaks…they would be perfect for this.
If you want full hookups you can stay at the state campground, which is where we stayed traveling through here.
The Glen Canyon National Recreation area spans to the neighboring state of Utah as well. That is on the list of places to visit as well as so many parks in Utah!
You have to witness this place in person. The striations in the rock formations are amazing. Breathtaking.
We visited the Glen Canyon Dam while we were here.
Since we were just driving through as we headed to the east coast for an assignment, we did not get to the two major attractions here. Antelope Canyon – need to reserve spots, and Horseshoe Bend – the parking lot was being constructed. I believe it is complete at this time so we will be back!