Stanton Creek Campground at Lake Powell
Stanton Creek Campground is located near Bullfrog Marina on the shoreline of Lake Powell. This picturesque location has commanding views of Halls Crossing Marina and Lake Powell’s main channel. The campsite area is large & sprawling with several dirt roads navigating the site. While it is “primitive camping” (no designated campsites or fire pits, etc.) there are many flat and sandy campsites which provide an ideal setting for tents, tables, campfires and parking your vehicle. Cars can navigate much of the area, but some roads require 4WD vehicles. Visitors with boat trailers can leave them at the campsite entrance in the main parking lot. The area has several small coves and inlets with varying degrees of sand and rock providing shelter from the channel and opportunities for anchoring boats or personal watercraft. Public toilets are placed throughout the site, although there is no running water. For a printable PDF guide with maps & directions click here.
- Visitor Center: at Bullfrog Marina (within 1 mile).
- Medical Clinic: Bullfrog Medical Clinic located in Visitor Center building (within 1 mile). Open May—October.
- Cell Phone Service: There is service within the campsite area.
- Post Office: Located within Bullfrog Marina area (within 1 mile).
- Groceries and Supplies: Offshore Marina Chevron & Store (7 miles), Bullfrog Marina store (located near the on-lake fuel dock).
- Food & Restaurants:
- · Ansazi Restaurant at Defiance House Lodge (open seasonally).
- · The Grill at Offshore Marina (open year round).
- Fuel: Bullfrog Marina on-lake fuel dock (within 2 miles), Halls Crossing on-lake fuel dock (within 2 miles), Bullfrog Marina Conoco above launch ramp, Offshore Marina Chevron (7 miles). **Prices at on-lake fuel docks are usually $.50 per gallon higher.
Stanton Creek Campsite is at the end of Highway 276 about 1 mile prior to the launch ramp of Bullfrog Marina. Shortly after passing through the park entrance fee booth look for the Stanton Creek Camp signs – they are followed by an entrance on the east side of the road (left turn). Follow the road passed the fee area (read the signs), then follow the gradual slope to the lake (about 5—10 minutes). The road has several branches that lead to campsites throughout the area