Glen Canyon National Recreation Area...
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. $14 per vehicle per night. No reservations.
With roads going "every which way", we chose the wrong one as we headed down to the beach. The sand was quite loose and it was very lumpy...but we made it. The lake is much higher than the last time we were here (October 14-22, 2012) which meant not as much hard packed sand along the water's edge towards the boat launch. A little more dicey in the looser sand...you just have to be extra careful where you drive. We were surprised at how busy it was. There were only a couple of breaks along the waterfront left so we pulled into the larger one you see ahead. Ray and Deb are joining us so that should give us enough room for both rigs.
After getting all levelled and unhitched, we got set up and then Steve went up on the roof to clean the solar panels. Oh, by the way...when setting up the satellite dish, he latched onto a signal right away without having to adjust the dish. That has only happened a handful of times in the seven plus years we have been on the road!