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Sedona Jeep

Arizona Camper Van

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Lees Ferry Campground | $20/night

Area Recreation Pass required – $30/vehicle for 7 days | Federal Annual Passes accepted

Designated Campsites

First come, first served

Fire/grill pits, bench, potable water, restrooms, trash service, aluminum can recycling

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Alstrom Point – Lake Powell

Area Recreation Pass required – $30/vehicle for 7 days | Federal Annual Passes accepted

Dispersed Camping

First come, first serve

NO paved roads, NO designated spots, NO potable water, NO lake access, NO designated fire pits, NO bathrooms, NO shade

PLEASE pack out what you packed in and properly dispose of human/animal waste

We had an absolute blast with Sedona Jeep from Arizona Camper Van. In a 3 day, 2 night trip to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. We had the perfect off-road capable rental car and tent all in one. The Sedona Jeep is the real deal! The Jeep Wrangler is well fitted with large All-Terrain Tires, good clearance, and 4-Wheel Drive.

The Arizona Camper Van has added a hardshell Tepui Rooftop tent with ample room for two. Inside tent is mattress, sheets, and two pillows. Because it was mid February and cold at night, we both had our 30 Degree Sleeping bags. The tent has four windows, two of them working as doors.

Inside the Sedona Jeep’s trunk there is a lot! On a pullout system is a 63Qt fridge and storage for a Coleman propane stove, a pot, pan, plates, cutlery, cups, wash bin, and cooking utensils including a cutting board. A shelf is installed above the fridge for additional storage for bags and more. Also stored in the trunk are two chairs, two tables and a 7 gallon water jug. On the door of the trunk is a drop down table.

To get into the tent, a telescoping ladder is included that can easily adjust for good stability. On the driver side of the Sedona Jeep is a overlanding awning that fully wraps around the back and attaches on the passenger side.

At Lees Ferry we did two hikes, Spencer Trail and Cathedral Wash. From our campsite we had a great view of the Colorado River where it confluences with the Paria River. At night, the stars were bright and the flow of the river was a calming white noise.

Alstrom Point is not easy to get to! The 26 mile dirt road is extremely rough for the last two miles and it is highly suggested to have 4WD or AWD and a higher clearance. Although dispersed camping is allowed by the National Park Service, this spot is not maintained or regulated by the Agency, meaning there are no amenities. The views are incredible, but make sure you’re prepared. Any tow service can easily be over $1000 in addition to any vehicle damage. There are no trees in the area, and no shelter to block wind. We unfortunately were there for a windy evening and night. However, by morning time, the wind had died and it was absolutely stunning!

We definitely recommend to rent out this Jeep! Use code AZHIKEAHOLICS for 5% off your next trip:)

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