Best Camping in Page

Looking for the best camping in Page? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Page. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the incredible Outbound community.

  • Hiking the Ropes Trail in Page Arizona

    The Ropes Trail is an old hiking trail below Glen Canyon Dam that has long since been abandoned by the park service. It is also one of the few trails that leads down the steep walls into the canyon. Let me say that again, it's steep. Getting there...

  • Kayak Camp on Lake Powell

    Kayak camping right on the beaches of Lake Powell and then paddling out into the stillness of the morning to hike antelope canyon is one of my all time favorite memories.  Just across from the Antelope Point Launch Ramp is a fantastic beach with s...

  • Explore the Horseshoe Bend Crack

    Horseshoe Bend is an iconic viewpoint, and a must-see for photographers. Check out Tiffany Nguyen's post, Hike to Horseshoe Bend, for more details on that part of the adventure. Because of its popularity and easy access, the Horseshoe Bend viewpo...

    1.9 miles

  • Backpack to Rainbow Bridge

    This incredible trip isn't only about Rainbow Bridge. Honestly, the Bridge is just icing on the cake.The scenery is breathtaking along the way, changing and evolving as you pass through epic canyons and climb over rocky ledges to be rewarded with ...

    17 miles 2800 ft gain

  • Camp At Wahweap Campground

    This modern campground is just steps from the beach and centrally located on the Arizona / Utah border -- perfect for exploring both sides of the Glen Canyon National Recreational Area. You do need a national parks pass or will incure a $25 fee to...

  • Kayak Glen Canyon

    Starting at Lee's Ferry, you meet with a boat that will back haul you up the river close to Glen Canyon Dam for approximately $150/2 people, plus your gear. There is an overnight parking lot available. The river is swift in some spots where it wou...

  • Beach Camp On Lake Powell's Lone Rock Beach

    Just twelve miles north of Page, Arizona on Highway 89 across the Utah border, Lone Rock Beach is a great open beach where you can drive right up and make camp anywhere you like. There is a $10 fee to get on the beach and it can get a little busy ...

  • Explore Paria Beach

    The area directly below Lee's Ferry campground is known as the Paria Riffle and Beach. The Paria is a small river that feeds into the Colorado River just north of the campground. Just park at the campground parking lot next to the river and walk a...

  • Discover Gregory Butte

    Gregory Butte can be accessed by boat or kayak, and is a fun camping location. If you look carefully, you will notice that a large portion of the butte is shaped like a camel. Gregory Butte is off of Buoy 28 at Last Chance Bay. There are many addi...

  • Explore Rock Creek Canyon

    Rock Creek Canyon, Middle Rock Creek Canyon, and Dry Rock Creek Canyon are all accessed off of Buoy 36 at Lake Powell. The canyons are each wonderful places for relaxing on a beach, fishing, or taking in a sunrise / sunset against the towering red...

  • Hike to the White Pocket

    White Pocket is extremely difficult to access due to the road leading to it. There are sections with very deep, soft sand going uphill! You must have a high clearance 4WD vehicle and air down your tires to have any hope of making it here. Do not t...

    4 miles

  • Night Photography at White Pocket

    White Pocket is a remote outcropping of sandstone formations in Vermillion Cliffs National Monument similar to the famous "Wave". Unlike The Wave, a permit isn't needed to visit, but you will need a high-clearance 4WD vehicle with good tires; alte...