The campground is accessible year-round. A four-wheel-drive or all wheel drive vehicle may be needed to access the campground in inclement weather.
Camping and Lodging
Dispersed, primitive camping is also available within the Kanab Field Office and Arizona Strip Field Office Lands at least ¼ mile from water sources and developed recreation sites. Lodging is available in Page, AZ and Kanab, UT.
Food and Supplies
Supplies and services are available in Kanab, Utah and Page, Arizona.
No first aid is available within the immediate area. The nearest hospital is in Page, AZ, 32 miles away.
Some lands around and within the wilderness are not federally administered. Please respect the property of the owners and do not cross or use these lands without their permission.
The Paria River is subject to periodic and seasonal flooding. The US Geological Survey collects Paria River streamflow data at their gauging station on the Paria River at Lees Ferry, Arizona.
From Page, AZ, drive west on Highway 89 for 34 miles (55 kilometers). Drive past the BLM Ranger Station and the road to the White House trailhead. Turn left onto House Rock Valley Road. This road is compacted dirt. The Stateline Campground is 9.3 miles (14.9 kilometers) down this dirt road. It is one mile south of the Wire pass Trailhead.
From Kanab, UT, drive east on Highway 89 for 38 miles (61 kilometers). Turn right onto House Rock Valley Road. This road is compacted dirt. The Stateline Campground is 9.3 miles (14.9 kilometers) down this dirt road. It is one mile south of the Wire pass Trailhead.
- Open year round
- Patrolled, but no campground host
- No fee for camping
- Elevation above sea level: 5,040 feet (1,536 meters)
- Four campsites: three drive-in, one walk-in
- Picnic Tables
- Fire Pits
- No trash collection
- No Water
- No Telephone (poor cell phone coverage)
Lee's Ferry Campground
The Lee's Ferry Campground is managed by the National Park Service, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
From Page, AZ, drive south on Highway 89 for 25 miles (40 kilometers). Turn right (north) onto Highway 89A and continue for 14 miles (22.5 kilometers). Cross over the Colorado River and pass the Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center on your right. Watch for the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area entrance on your right.
From Kanab, UT, drive east on Highway 89 for 73 miles (117 kilometers) to Page, AZ. Follow the above directions from Page.
Hiking and Camping Information:
- Open year round
- $10 per night fee
- Elevation above sea level: 3,100 feet (945 meters)
- No hookups
- No reservations
- Located within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
- A campground is available in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Additional information is available from the National Park Service.
Dispersed Camping Opportunities
If the above campgrounds are full, dispersed camping is allowed on BLM lands on the Arizona side of the border. Please use existing disturbed areas and do not drive off-road. On the Utah side of the border, the White House Campground/Trailhead, and the Wire Pass and Buckskin Gulch Trailheads and surrounding areas are located in the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Please check with them for dispersed camping opportunities in the area.
Vermilion Cliffs National Monument
Monument Manager: Wayne Monger, Acting
345 E. Riverside Drive
St. George, UT 84790-6714
Hours: 7:45 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Saturday