36 CFR § 7.70 - Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
(1) Wahweap, latitude 36°59′45″ N., longitude 111°30′45″ W.
(2) Bullfrog, latitude 37°33′00″ N., longitude 110°42′45″ W.
(3) Halls Crossing, latitude 37°28′10″ N., longitude 110°42′00″ W.
(4) Hite, latitude 37°53′30″ N., longitude 110°23′00″ W.
(5) Gordon Flats, latitude 38°10′30″ N., longitude 110°09′00″ W.
(6) The entire surface of Lake Powell, subject to the restrictions contained in § 2.17 of this chapter.
(b)Unattended property.Vehicles or boat trailers, or vehicle/boat trailer combinations, may be left unattended for periods of up to 14 days, when parked in parking areas adjacent to designated boat launching sites, without the prior permission of the Superintendent. Any vehicle or boat trailer or vehicle/boat trailer combination which is left in parking areas adjacent to designated boat launching sites for over 14 days may be impounded by the Superintendent.
(c)Colorado River white-water boat trips. The following regulations shall apply to all persons using the waters of, or Federally owned land administered by the National Park Service along the Colorado River within Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, from the Lees Ferry launch ramp downstream to the eastern boundary of Grand Canyon National Park:
(2) U.S. Coast Guard approved life preservers shall be worn by every person while traveling in boats or rafts on this section of the river, or while lining or portaging near rough water. One extra preserver must be carried on each vessel for each ten (10) passengers.
(3) No person shall conduct, lead or guide a river trip through Glen Canyon Recreation Area unless such person possesses a permit issued by the Superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park. The National Park Service reserves the right to limit the number of such permits issued, or the number of persons traveling on trips authorized by such permits when in the opinion of the National Park Service such limitations are necessary in the interest of public safety or protection of the ecological and environmental values of the area.
(i) The Superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park shall issue a permit upon a determination that the person leading, guiding, or conducting a river trip is experienced in running rivers in white-water navigation of similar difficulty, and possesses appropriate equipment, which is identified in the terms and conditions of the permit.
(ii) No person shall conduct, lead, guide, or outfit a commercial river trip without first securing the above permit and possessing an additional permit authorizing the conduct of a commercial or business activity in the recreation area.
(iii) An operation is commercial if any fee, charge, or other compensation is collected for conducting, leading, guiding, or outfitting a river trip. A river trip is not commercial if there is a bona fide sharing of actual expenses.
(4) All human waste will be taken out of the Canyon and deposited in established receptacles, or will be disposed of by such means as is determined by the Superintendent.
(6) The kindling of a fire is permitted only on beaches. All fires must be completely extinguished only with water before abandoning the area.
(7) Swimming and bathing are permitted except in locations immediately above rapids, eddies, and riffles or near rough water.
(8) No camping is allowed along the Colorado River bank between the Lees Ferry launch ramp and the Navajo Bridge.
(1) The assembly and launching of rafts or boats, and parking or storing of any related equipment or supplies is restricted to those areas designated by the Superintendent.
(1) A person may launch and operate a PWC in park waters or beach a PWC on park lands, except in the following areas:
(i) On the Colorado River between Glen Canyon Dam and the downstream river boundary of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area where it adjoins Grand Canyon National Park.
(ii) On the Colorado River upstream of Sheep Canyon.
(iii) On the San Juan River upstream of Clay Hills pullout.
(iv) On the Escalante River upstream of Coyote Creek.
(v) On the Dirty Devil River upstream of Utah Highway 95 bridge.
(3) After December 31, 2012, no one may operate a PWC that does not meet the 2006 emission standards set by EPA for the manufacturing of two-stroke engines. A person operating a PWC that meets the EPA 2006 emission standards through the use of direct injection two-stroke or four-stroke engines, or the equivalent thereof, is not subject to this prohibition and will be allowed to operate as described in this section.
(4) The Superintendent may temporarily limit, restrict or terminate access to the areas designated for PWC use after taking into consideration public health and safety, natural and cultural resource protection, and other management activities and objectives.