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We rented a boat and were worried about potential waiting times because of other reviews here on tripadvisor. However, we were helped very quickly by the friendly staff. And had a great day in the canyons!
Complete waste of time coming here, Campground cost $55 a night for a dirt road, no decent views and shuttle bus access to the water - NOTHING ELSE.. Ironically I signed up for a site with full hookups, and when I got here the lady...More
Please do not camp at the RV campground. There is another one with no hookups but nicer (but can be hot). The RV campground at Bullfrog is expensive and most of the spots have electricity - but it is sketchy. Some people piggy back off...More
The views are amazing; but sadly if you let the horrible service get to you, you may not be able to enjoy it. It took two hours to get a boat rented and the same for two kayaks. We are very personable people so we...More
Took me four phone calls over several days in order to get ahold of someone to make a reservation. When we arrived there was no one in the office to check in with and our name was not on our reserved slip like times in...More
We rented a house boat for 3 Days. First off, the website advertisement is far from the real thing! Staff is friendly but not overly knowledgeable and the staff is very limited. We waited 2 hours for someone to go over the house boat with...More
Just spent a week at Lake Powell with 11 adults & 4 kiddos. This is at least my 6th time at Powell, maybe more - I’ve lost count. We rented our houseboat at bullfrog marina.
Loading the houseboat takes awhile - the parking lot is...More
I have been coming to Bullfrog to get on Lake Powell for nearly 40 years and I've seen it go through lots of iterations. The current set-up is OK, but it can be a lot of work to get on and off the Lake. If...More
A little late probably, but yes you can. Travel north on the 276 for about 5 miles and then turn left onto the improved dirt road (BLM 12000). This is the Notom-Bullfrog road that leads you into Capitol Reef National Park... More
A little late probably, but yes you can. Travel north on the 276 for about 5 miles and then turn left onto the improved dirt road (BLM 12000). This is the Notom-Bullfrog road that leads you into Capitol Reef National Park. At Burr Canyon, take a left onto the Burr trail that switchbacks into the valley for a beautiful scenic drive into Boulder, connecting to Utah State Rte. 12.
While the road is well maintained, its condition is largely dependent on recent weather. Check the NPS website beforehand.
Response from michaelkC2967KL | Reviewed this property |
There is not much to do as the area is pretty void of civilization. The one stop I could recommend is Goblin valley which is a Utah state park. There are also slot canyons in the area which I find very cool but not sure... More
There is not much to do as the area is pretty void of civilization. The one stop I could recommend is Goblin valley which is a Utah state park. There are also slot canyons in the area which I find very cool but not sure about taking dogs. There are certainly stops you can get out and roam and as you get closer to lake Powell the terrain gets more intense formation wise.... not much more I can add, hope that helps