RV Rental Lake Powell, UT

Discover the best RV rental in Lake Powell, UT! Looking for another RV type? We have it all!

  • 100% free roadside assistance
  • Real people here to help 24/7
  • Get it delivered
  • More reviews. More 5-star ratings

How to rent a RV on Outdoorsy

  • 1

    Search by location

    Tell us where you want to pick up or have your RV delivered

  • 2

    Filter search results

    Sort by vehicle type, date, price, and amenities

  • 3

    Message the owner

    Learn more about your favorite RV and the best local destinations

  • 4

    Request a booking

    Send a request directly to the host and start preparing for your adventure

Utah offers great outdoor recreation locations, and a motorhome camping trip in this state is guaranteed to help make those amazing experiences. One such location for adventure is Lake Powell, a reservoir on the Colorado River that flows through most of Utah and extends into Arizona. It’s one of the largest man-made reservoirs in the country, and very popular as a vacation spot with outdoor enthusiasts.

Located in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, a popular summer escape, Lake Powell provides access to many geographical features along the way. Since the lake is so massive, with over 2000 miles of shoreline, it occupies not one but three separate counties in Utah and one county in Arizona. It’s a great idea to book an RV in Kane County to have easy access to the other counties and cities like Kanab. Located around four hours away, this would make a great day trip.

Lake Powell earned its name from John Wesley Powell, a one-armed American Civil War veteran and explorer and it was all thanks to him that the Glen Canyon Recreation Area was established, allowing so many visitors to access the beautiful Lake Powell. Get ready for a whole lot of outdoor adventure fun when you go camping with an RV to Lake Powell.

Discover Lake Powell

Getting Outdoors

With beautiful blue waters and stunning scenic landscapes, outdoor recreation is a treat in this region. Renting an RV is a great way to explore the area and its offerings. From boating to fishing, swimming and hiking to scenic drives, be prepared for plenty of adventure.

Bring your personal watercraft to Lake Powell, and head right in to experience the calm, blue lake. Wakeboards, stand-up paddleboards, canoes, and kayaks are a great way to experience the beauty of the lake in an unhurried, calm manner, coupled with some exercise. Renting watercraft from around the lake is an option in case you haven’t brought your own. Bullfrog Marina in the northern part of Lake Powell is convenient for kayaks, paddleboard and canoes as the lake gets narrower, reducing the number of motorized boats in the area. Don’t forget to savor the marvelous canyons as you paddle or row your way around the lake.

Should you want an uninterrupted experience of enjoying the mighty canyons and geographical features around the lake, sign up for a scenic boat tour of Lake Powell. You needn’t worry about rowing your boat and instead focus on the history of the lake and enjoying the panoramic views around you. Don’t forget to carry your camera for some great shots.

Anglers will thoroughly enjoy fishing the waters of Lake Powell. Known as a fisherman’s nirvana, the lake is home to some of the largest fish in Utah. Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, striped bass, walleye, channel catfish, crappie, bluegill abound in the lake’s waters, and there’s a good chance you’ll catch something tasty for dinner.

Camping at Lake Powell

Folks looking forward to camping at Lake Powell, UT, have quite a few options to choose from. Halls Crossing RV Park off Highway 276 has over 30 campsites, most of which are equipped with pull-thru sites, full hookups, 30 and 50 amp electric service, big rig access, sewer, water, dump stations, restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. A camp store is available too for last-minute camping supplies. Recreation at the campground includes biking and recreational trails, and of course, boating and fishing in the lake.

When you are ready to camp in an RV near Lake Powell, consider Page Lake Powell Campground in Page, AZ, offering over 100 campsites. It’s pretty well-equipped with camping facilities, including full hookups, 30 and 50 amp electric service, tent camping, big rig access, pull-thru sites, a dump station, water, sewers, public phone, and WiFi. There are restrooms, showers and laundry facilities, a camp store and a café. The kids will have a blast in the swimming pool and at the playground. Pets are welcome here and can use the designated pet area.

Exploring the Area

A Kane County camper rental will do you well in your adventures through the area. After having your fill of adventure at Lake Powell, consider hitting the highway to Kanab, about 111 miles from Lake Powell. As the county seat of Kane County, Kanab offers a great deal for the adventurous traveler. Located in the Grand Circle area, the city has easy access to a number of natural attractions, including the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, Bryce Canyon National Park, northern rim of the Grand Canyon, Navajo Valley Monument Tribal Park and Zion National Park. Kane County campers can access these locations easily and explore them all.

Check out the Peek-a-Boo Slot Canyon, also known as the Red Canyon, a little over nine miles from Kanab, along Highway 89. It’s a good idea to hire a local guide to explore this canyon and make sure you check the weather conditions before heading there.

Want an aerial view of the canyons? Consider a hot-air balloon ride in Kanab. If you plan a trip in February, you’ll be in time for a 3-day hot air balloon festival that offers fun rides, great music, and a street fair that the kids will love!

Kanab has often been referred to as "Little Hollywood," for the many Hollywood films that have been filmed here. Visit the Little Hollywood Museum that’s dedicated to the glory days of film production in the area. It’s free to enter, and you get to check out an interesting range of exhibits, a treat for movie buffs.

This small town is big on food, and you’ll be amazed at the variety of great southern eats you’ll get to try in Kanab. It boasts of a fine culinary scene that will have you hooked. Stock up on supplies at the local convenience stores and fill up your rental RV at one of the gas stations in town before hitting the road on your next RV adventure.

Be the first to get doses of destination inspiration, and discount codes.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our privacy policy

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • The Wahweap Hoodoos Trail, UTKanab, UT
  • Paria Canyon: White House Trailhead to the Confluence, UTKanab, UT
  • Toadstool Hoodoos Trail, UTGrand Staircase - Escalante National Monument, UT
  • Paria River to Buckskin Gulch, AZVermilion Cliffs National Monument, AZ
  • Paria Canyon Trail, UTKanab, UT
  • Middle Trail to Buckskin Gulch, UTGrand Staircase - Escalante National Monument, UT
  • Cobra Arch Trail, UTGrand Staircase - Escalante National Monument, UT
  • Hidden Garden Trail, AZGlen Canyon National Recreation Area, AZ
  • Paria Canyon Trail, UTGlen Canyon National Rec Area, UT
  • Lonely Dell Ranch Historic Site, UTGlen Canyon National Rec Area, UT

Frequently Asked Questions

Discover the best of what’s around

  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park

    +349 vehicles

  • Rocky Mountain National Park

    Rocky Mountain National Park

    +873 vehicles

  • Joshua Tree National Park

    Joshua Tree National Park

    +1334 vehicles

  • Olympic National Park

    Olympic National Park

    +1009 vehicles

  • Zion National Park

    Zion National Park

    +103 vehicles