PagePage is a city in northern Arizona.
The city is best known for its two main attractions, Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell.
Warning: Although the canyons are beautiful, they can sometimes be dangerous. In 1997 a flash flood swept into Lower Antelope Canyon and killed 12 hikers.
- Lake Powell, is a destination "hot-spot" with its breathtaking scenery and welcoming environment. The lake caters to every traveler with secluded spots for relaxation and camping and deeper waters for boating, tubing, and jet-skiing. Lake Powell is also a gateway to many world-famous attractions such as Rainbow Bridge in Utah.
Antelope Canyon and Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park
- Entrance Station Hours, Coppermine Rd. (Navajo Route 20). Summer (March-Oct) 8AM-5PM. Station is closed Nov - Feb, but Lower and Upper Antelope Canyon are both open. Office Hours M-F 8AM-5PM. Entry Fees: Adults $6; under 8: free. No camping is allowed in the park. Access is by guided tour only.
phone: +1 928 698-2808The office is located three miles south of Page, Information and permits can be obtained for Water Holes Canyon and the Rainbow Bridge trails.
phone: +1 928 660-0304address: 1253 Coppermine Rd
The Horseshoe BendHorseshoe Bend is the name for a horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River located near the town of Page, Arizona, in the United States. The bend is locally known as "King Bend." It is located slightly downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell within Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, about four miles or 6 km south of Page. Accessible via a ¾-mile (1.2 km) hike from U.S. Route 89, it can be viewed from the steep cliff above. According to Google terrain maps, the overlook is 4,200 feet above sea level and the Colorado River is at 3,200 feet above sea level making it a breathtaking 1,000 foot drop
Glen Canyon Dam
Glen Canyon Dam is the second highest dam in the country. The visitor's center, with several exhibits and interesting views, is right off of road right next to the bridge over the river. There is a guided tour of the Dam, unlike most other dams. You enter the tour by descending to the top of the dam. You then descend through the dam and see the Colorado river and finally the generator room.
- Colorado River Raft Float - from Glen Canyon Dam to Lees Ferry. A 3-hour or so float offered by Colorado River Discovery.
- Boat tours of Lake Powell
- Kayak rentals available for Lake Powell
Upper Antelope CanyonA slot canyon with partially closed top. Entrance Fee $8 plus compulsory tour fee $25.
Lower Antelope CanyonA slot canyon with a more open top, so pictures come out better than in the upper Antelope Canyon. Entrance is only through a guided tour (see Ken's Tours, below).
phone: +1 928 606-2168Tribal law requires all visitors to be guided into the canyon, so booking a reservation with Ken's Tours is the only way to see Lower Antelope Canyon. The regular tour is $20 plus an $8 Navajo Parks Fee to be paid at the entrance.
There is also a 2-hour "Photographer Tour" that costs $42 (plus the $8 parks fee). Note that you are required to bring a DSLR/SLR/Mirrorless with a tripod for this tour.
Air Tours from Page over Monument Valley include all of the above plus all the monument of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Duration: approx 90 minutes
Have you heard of Reflection Canyon? See it from the air - at the perfect time of day.
Mexican Fiesta RestaurantHas good Mexican food even though it is a chain.
Starlite Restaurantphone: +1 928 645-3620address: 46 South Lake Powell BlvdThe Starlite serves both American and Chinese food and has been in business for over 30 years in Page.
Slackersphone: +1 928 645-5267address: 635 Elm StGood ole fashioned burger joint.
- El Tapatio, Lake Powell Blvd. Very good Mexican restaurant with outdoor patio.
Bowzer's Sports Barphone: +1 928 645-2682address: 24 N Lake Powell BlvdTypical sports bar with bar food.
Dam Bar & Grillephone: +1 928 645-2161address: 644 N Navajo DrThis is a warehouse-themed bar and restaurant that is beautifully decorated. Many say it's the best around.
phone: +1 928 645-5988address: 208 N Lake Powell Blvd
phone: +1 435 675-5828address: 1055 S. American WayFull Breakfast Included, Free Parking, Free Wifi, Three (3) Guest Rooms.
phone: +1 928 645-9000address: 751 S. Navajo Dr
Lake Powell International Hostelphone: +1 928 645-3898address: 145 8th AveEvery three dorms have their own kitchen, toilet and lounge. Wifi, TV, free breakfast.
phone: +1 928 645-5888address: 637 S Lake Powell Blvd
phone: +1 928 645-8851address: 287 N. Lake Powell Blvd
phone: +1 928 645-2406address: 107 South Lake Powell Blvd
phone: +1 928-640-3701address: HWY 89/Navajo Route 6211A Navajo owned large acreage working sheep ranch and off grid glamping hotel on the Navajo reservation, overlooking Lake Powell.
phone: +1 928 645-3374address: 849 S. Coppermine Rd
address: 100 Lakeshore DrFree WiFi is available but the signal may be weak in parts of the campground and the connection may be slow. This could be a seasonal problem.
- Page Public Library has free WiFi available in an excellent facility and a great setting. Pick up logon specifics at the main desk. Located at 479 South Lake Powell Blvd.
- Lees Ferry - a historic crossing-place of the Colorado, about an hour from Page on Rte 89 Alt. Hike up the Paria River Valley, look for condors from the Navajo Bridge and stay at a nice campground overlooking the River ($12).
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