When contemplating a visit to a national park, the National Park Service requires people to adhere to CDC guidance and asks you use Leave No Trace principles. The National Park Service encourages visitors to pack out everything you bring into a park; plan a visit at times other than busiest of the day; maintain social distance from other visitors; park only in designated areas; and reconsider parking at a crowded trailhead or overlook.
At Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, along with seasonal closures, many services and operations will be suspended in order to comply with the state, county, local and tribal orders.
Dangling Rope Marina is closed until further notice due to wind damage and low water levels.
There is no place to get boat fuel between the Antelope Point Marina downlake and the Halls Crossing/Bullfrog Marinas uplake, boaters are advised to plan accordingly.
Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center: Open daily 8am-5pm
Lees Ferry is open 24 hours per day, year-round. Entrance/campground fees are paid at the automated booth.
Campground: 54 designated sites. No hookups. Seasonal RV dump station. Grills provided, no open fires. Modern bathroom/comfort station. Potable water available. No reservations. $20 per site per night may be paid at the self-service machine.
RV dump station: Closed
Services: Lees Ferry has no marina, lodging, food or other services. Gas and small supply store at Marble Canyon, about five miles away.
Colorado River Public Launch Ramp (dirt): Open year-round to private and commercial Grand Canyon National Park River Permit holders. For more information:Grand Canyon NP River Permits
Colorado River Public Launch Ramp (paved): Open 24/7 to upriver usage. No overnight parking on the ramp. Upriver camping in designated sites only.