Just west of Wahweap, heading on the highway towards Kanab, is an area called Lone Rock Beach (8 miles ish from Wahweap). This is a primative camping area. There is a fee station. You traverse the sand and must realize that you can become stuck if you want to get close to the water. The Park Service does bulldoze sections to make it easier to get to some areas close to the water, but all stucks are at your own risk. Been going there since 1976 and love it. We go in July/August and that time of year you have to prepare yourself for high wind, monsoons, warm days, beautiful days, hot days, cool days,,,,,,you get the idea. It can be many things during monsoon season in the southwest. They do have a dump station near the entrance and there are showers/bathroom facilities away from the water. During the summer it is usually very crowded.
We have friends who stay there into October and the crowds are pretty minimal and reduce significantly after Labor Day.
2001 34' Alpine Coach
2008 Jeep Rubicon or 2012 Ford F150 4x4 Lariat towds
or a couple of different trailers
Retired in Apple Valley, California