Lone Rock National Recreation Area
Tomorrow I will load up early and hit the road for Santa Fe to get a rear brake job done on my motorhome at Hal Burns. I never planned to stay at Lone Rock more than a couple days, but the place kind of grew on me and it was hard to leave.
Located about 10 miles north of Page, Arizona, just over the state line in Utah, Lone Rock is part of the National Park Service, specifically the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and allows beachfront camping along the shore of Lake Powell. Choosing not to camp by the shore, I had a very quiet, peaceful spot a couple hundred yards back from the water. All primitive campsites, there is a dump station here with a water spigot for potable water, but NO WAY to attach a hose, in other words, they don’t want you filling up your fresh water tank.
This moonrise my first night here, caught me off guard and I almost missed it, just an awesome sight to witness.
A couple of the sunrises were quite spectacular. All those silouettes against the water are the campers down by the water’s edge.
With a fairly good Verizon signal here, I was able to get caught up on my old blog posts and did my annual RV cleanup, discarding stuff I haven’t used in the past year, sort of an autumn “Spring Cleaning”. At $7/ night with the senior pass, the price was right also.
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