Hello everyone. I'm planning on my first trip to Powell come mid-late September. I've read just about everything I can find but a lot of things seems to be older (some 2002). Any current information would be appreciated. I'll be camping off my 1985 20' Bayliner (hold the jokes ) for 4 days. I'd like to launch at antelope point and head out towards dangling rope. I'm a nervous Nelly when it comes to fuel, and a carbreuted v8 doesn't have the greatest range. I plan on filling the boat (30gal) and keeping 10gal in spare cans. I'd like advice on camp spots (I read punkadoo's post and south of dangling rope sounds promising) prefer sandy for tent camping and protected if possible, I don't want to lose the boat! I've read you cannot gather firewood. Is there a place to purchase firewood? Strictly for night time activities, cooking will be done on a propane stove. What is the weather like mid-late September? Are the floating pump and dump stations just for dropping off waste or are there toilets available? I've got my portable toilet ready! I want to do some exploring and fishing while I'm there. Any must see spots? My friend wants to see rainbow bridge. I really don't know what to expect, I just want to be prepared and gather all the info I can. I'm somewhat experienced (mostly with common sense), owned my boat for 6years, and spent a lot of time on Roosevelt, canyon, Apache lakes. Powell is massive and is somewhat intimidating. Thank you all!