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Lee’s Ferry, Arizona Photography Hot Spot Location

Lee's Ferry Arizona where a photograher takes a picture of Blancance rock and he looks very tiny
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When to go:  We like October the best. The temperature is perfect and the milky way is still visible.

Park Information

Entrance Fees – Weekly

1-7 Day Vehicle Entrance – $25.00

Admits one single, private, non-commercial vehicle and all its passengers

1-7 Day Motorcycle Entrance – $20.00

Admits one single, private, non-commercial motorcycle and its riders.

1-7 Day Individual Entrance – $12.00

Admits one individual when entering on foot, or bicycle. Not to exceed $25 vehicle fee. Individuals 15 years of age and younger are admitted free.

1-7 Day Boating Entrance – $30.00

Admits one single private vessel

1-7 Day Boating Entrance additional vessel – $30.00

Admits one single private vessel on the same trailer as a vessel paying full entry fees

Entrance Fees – Annual Passes

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Annual Pass – $50.00

Allows unlimited entry to Glen Canyon for 12 months from the date of purchase.

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Annual Vessel Sicker – $50.00

Allows unlimited entry to Glen Canyon for one vessel Jan 1 – Dec 31.

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 Restaurants:

Lee’s Ferry Lodge has a restaurant which is just a few miles from Lee’s Ferry. The restaurant is open all day with service for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The accommodations at the hotel are the perfect getaway for those traveling to Marble Canyon, the North Rim of Grand Canyon, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, Lake Powell, the Colorado River and many other beautiful and exciting places in the Southwest.

There are a gas station and two total places to eat in this entire area so check their hours and plan accordingly.

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 Camping:

Camping:Information for developed campgrounds, beach camping, primitive and reservation campgrounds.

Lees Ferry Campground

· $12 per night / per site

· 55 developed sites – no hookups

Stanton Creek, Hite, Farley Canyon, and Dirty Devil

· $6 Per night/ per person – not to exceed $12 per vehicle

· Primitive Camping

Lone Rock Beach

· $10 per night / per vehicle

· Beach Camping Area

Glen Canyon NRA Backcountry (Including Lake Powell Shoreline)

· No camping fee is required

· Primitive Camping

Camping is limited to 14 consecutive days, 30 days maximum per season. No camping is permitted at Rainbow Bridge National Monument.

Camping is not subject to fee waivers. A 50% discount applies to holders of the Senior or Access Pass. Holder of the pass must occupy the discounted site. Separate entrance fees apply at Lone Rock, Lees Ferry,and Stanton Creek areas.

Note: Additional developed campgrounds, operated by Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas, are available at Wahweap, Bullfrog, and Halls Crossing. For details and rates call 1-800-528-6154.

Backcountry use in the Orange Cliffs unit of Glen Canyon requires a backcountry permit from Canyonlands National Park

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 Area Weather:

Lee’s Ferry weather can be found here.

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