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Halls Crossing Launch Ramp

Halls Crossing launch ramp, located at the Halls Crossing Marina, Hwy 276, Lake Powell, Utah, is open to launch your boat year-round. Due to low water, this ramp is only available for paddlecraft launching.
The main launch ramp in the Halls Crossing Marina area. Put your boat on Lake Powell here. Large enough for multiple boats, including houseboats, to launch at the same time. The ramp is long and changes when the lake level changes. Prepare for a long walk back down the ramp after you park your boat trailer. Courtesy docks have a thirty minute time limit. Fuel docks and pumpout station just upstream of ramp. 14-day parking is at the top of the ramp.
All boats exiting Lake Powell must follow decontamination protocols to keep quagga mussels and other aquatic invasive species out of other bodies of water. Check your home state’s regulations. Always Clean, Drain, and Dry your vessel and gear.

Halls Crossing, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Located 95 river miles upstream from Page and Glen Canyon Dam, Halls Crossing is the site of one of the six marinas on Lake Powell, though like Bullfrog on the opposite side of the lake it is sometimes home to boats moved from the easternmost marina at Hite, which may be closed due to low water levels. The launch ramp at Halls Crossing is usable down to surface elevation of 3,550 feet (140 feet below peak), so should be safe even during extended dry periods. Besides the launch, facilities are limited to a campground/RV site, grocery store, laundry, showers and service station, but for many it is the scenery that provides a reason to visit, since besides boating activities on the lake itself, the surrounding land has many canyons, beaches, cliffs, dunes and slickrock, all ideal for hiking and photography. As with most developed access points to Lake Powell, an entrance fee of $30 per vehicle (2020) is charged.


Halls Crossing Marina maintains a boat ramp for private boats as well as staging area for the John Atalntic Burr Ferry to Bullfrog Marina on the north side of Lake Powell. The marina also hosts a campground and RV park, convenience store, and gas station. The Ferry is an extension of Utah State Highway 276 in that it connects northern and southern portions of the roadway across Lake Powell. Boat and water toy rentals are available at the marina which is operated by Aramark.


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