Dog-friendly camping in Lake Powell

Camp, swim, and boat against epic natural backdrops at this Colorado River reservoir.

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5 top dog-friendly campgrounds in Lake Powell


Arrowhead Campground

7 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · San Juan
Greetings! Welcome to Arrowhead Campground! Arrowhead Campground is roughly 5 acres of land, sitting right in Monument Valley, Utah. Come stay with us to experience one of the most amazing views in the world! You'll get to experience a full 360 degree view of all the towering red sandstone buttes and mesas. This is great for capturing the best views in the area. You'll experience breathtaking sunsets and sunrises right from your campsite. Great for pictures and photoshoots. The campground offers one of the largest shade structures in the area, with durable white picnic tables. We do allow campfires, so there is a fire-pit for that. The campground is only 2 1/2 miles away from the tribal park and 1 1/4 miles from the nearest highway. It's tucked away and secluded from noise and light pollution. The stars at night are bright and shinny, so you can pitch your tent right underneath them. With that said, Arrowhead Campground will be one of the best campgrounds you'll ever stay at. If you have any other questions feel free to message me with any of your questions. Note: This is a dry campsite. Although, we do offer potable water to fill any water containers up to 10 gallons.
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Humming Bird Campsite

3 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Oljato Monument Valley, San Juan
First day of my campsite I start with 2 campsites then I built 1 more campsite. I then made fire pit an after that I built an outhouse its a restroom so of the guest don't know what an outhouse is we tell them it doesn't take no water to flush. After that I built a wooden fence around the whole campsite from horses a cows get into our property. So that how I started a campsite. Now our guests love our campsite a some of them came back an we have a short hiking trail to the rims to overlook the whole valleys its beautiful to take pictures from there. Learn more about this land: Guest can pitch a tent or park RV within the campsite having access to own picnic table and fire pit. The Campsite is 10-15 mins to the Valley View of the Famous Monuments and close to Navajo Tribal Park. Access to Restroom (Outhouse) within the site. Guest can request Navajo Taco Dinner with Navajo Tea for extra cost to enlighten their stay here in Beautiful Monument Valley. Guest can bring pets as well. We are pet friendly and have two well behaved dogs name spike and diamond.
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Sunrise camping

3 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Oljato Monument Valley, San Juan
It's not only a camp ground it has background scenic view an also a walking trail an you can build a fire by ur camping site :)) Sunrise walk or sunset walk an picture view our campground has shower an trashcan an table an shade for our guests an restroom women an men's separate also we have 2 dogs an 2 horses
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Chiefs Campsite

4 sites · RVs, Tents4 acres · Oljato Monument Valley, San Juan
Learn more about this land:A western style camping site. Join the quiet peaceful and sun rise or sunset under the stars. Please have your own camping gears. We do have fire pit, bbq grill, picnic tables available with shades, outhouse (restroom) and outside shower with cold and hot water. We have a gas station and grocery store about 4 miles away. For additional people ten dollars per person additional. Please feel free to send me a message if you have any questions.
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Antelope “Canyon” Hogan B&B

5 sites · Lodging20 acres · Le Chee, Coconino
We are on the Navajo Reservation and welcoming visitor from all over to enjoy many night stays with us in your own private earth-home Hogan. To enjoy the hogan, stars and many other activities we have to offer. Come and enjoy the outdoors on our reservation with piece and quiet. Fact: Navajo land is bigger than the state of West Virginia.
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Dog-friendly camping in Lake Powell guide

On the Colorado River at the border with Utah and Arizona, Lake Powell has long been a popular vacation spot. The lake attracts visitors from around the world with its fantastic views, ample recreation opportunities, and proximity to many of the most popular national parks in the Southwest, including Zion National Park in Utah and Arizona’s Grand Canyon. Popular activities include swimming, boating, and fishing, and there are all sorts of outfitters in the area—most based in the nearby city of Page—where campers can rent watersports equipment or sign up for lessons.

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Lake Powell, Page, and Around

The area around Lake Powell offers fantastic opportunities for outdoor recreation, from taking in the iconic views at Horseshoe Bend to exploring the otherworldly sandstone slots at Antelope Canyon and Rattlesnake Canyon. The area is also rich with petroglyphs, while those in search of an active vacation will find plenty of opportunities to hike and kayak. While many people visiting the area stay in one of the many hotels right in the city of Page, there are also plenty of spots to camp, from private spots to National Park Service-run options such as Lees Ferry Campground and the Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping Area

Southwest Utah

If you're in the Lake Powell region and want to see some epic views, it's worth popping over to southwest Utah, where you'll find some of the most incredible natural areas in the Southwest, if not the country. Standout highlights include Bryce Canyon National Park, with its towering hoodoo-style rocks, and Zion National Park, offering beautiful views and seemingly endless opportunities for hiking and camping.

Grand Canyon Country

South of Lake Powell sits Arizona's star attraction, the Grand Canyon National Park. While this iconic natural formation is reason alone to visit the region, it's not always easy to secure a campsite, and you may wish to travel further south to the Coconino National Forest, where ponderosa pine groves and high elevations create a cool environment that's ideal for summer camping trips.

The Navajo Nation

Stretching over a vast expanse of northeastern Arizona (along with a bit of Utah and New Mexico, the Navajo Nation is the largest Native American Tribal area in the country. Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado meet at what's affectionately (and officially) dubbed the Four Corners, and while the monument of the same name is worth visiting for the novelty factor, there's plenty more to experience in this region. Popular points of interest include Monument Valley, the Petrified National Forest, the Painted Desert, and the Canyon de Chelly National Monument.

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