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At the back of the canyon, hike up the Navajo Stairs (otherwise known as Moki Steps). You will be rewarded with an amazing view of pillaring sandstone towers!

Oak Creek Canyon is a great spot for exploring and hiking off of Buoy 51 on Lake Powell. The hike from Navajo Steps will take approximately 45 minutes each way. Campsites in Oak Bay are a premium choice. This area of Lake Powell can be accessed from Wahweap Marina and Bullfrog Marina. 

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Halls Crossing, Utah

Halls Crossing RV and Campground

A secluded getaway with spectacular views of Lake Powell.This campground is one of the quietest places on Lake Powell. The adjacent Village Store provides food and beverages for your stay, and don’...

From $47/night

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The Bullfrog Family Unit features almost 1,000 square feet of living space, including three bedrooms (with three queen beds), two full bathrooms (with tub/shower), and a kitchen that comes complete...

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From $94/night

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