White House Trailhead & Campground
BLMwrite a review White House Trailhead Road
Kanab, UT 84741
GPS: 37.08, -111.8904
|Last Price Paid:||$5|
|Number of Sites:||5|
bingedrifters would stay here again
“Secluded, quiet and comfy tent sites, in a beautiful spot!”
Reviewed Feb 23, 2016
This site is meant for tent camping, and the spots are spread out a decent distance from each other between the bushes on a slight hill, with a table and grill at each. We were the only ones there and it was too cold for a tent, so we used the spot closest to the parking lot to cook up dinner and stayed in our van. It would make a fantastic place to tent camp in warmer weather, on nice cushy sand and nestled between the rocks. And it's only $5!
From the highway, it’s a 2 mile drive down a dirt road. A little bumpy in a few spots, but overall well maintained, and nothing our Sprinter couldn’t handle. Around a giant rock formation is where the campsites sit, feeling secluded, quiet, and out of sight. The surrounding rocks make for some interesting exploring and the night was quiet and star filled. The only other visitors during our time there were a few people coming up to use the trail, which starts off from the parking lot. There were two well maintained vault toilets, and no water or trash, but there is a large bin on the way out by the Contact Station.
Directions: Head 42 miles E from Kanab on HWY 89, turn right at the road by the Paria Contact Station (not the Paria Outpost/Ranch right before it where we accidentally turned first) then follow signs to White House Trailhead. Pay station is located at the campsite.
We did not have any cell reception.
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