With Lake Powell and the Colorado River on our doorstep, Page puts you right at the heart of unparalleled outdoor beauty. Here in Page is a most dramatic photo op in Horseshoe Bend, the mile high Tower Butte (now accessible via helicopter), the slot canyons, the ten-mile Rim Trail and spectacular views from the Glen Canyon Dam.
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Rim Trail entrance with parking (dirt lot)
Rim Trail entrance with parking (asphalt)
Runs adjacent to Page Lake Powell National Golf Course
Page Rimview Trail is a 9.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Page, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Geocaching is a free, family friendly outdoor recreation activity using the Geocaching app and/or a GPS to navigate to hidden containers called geocaches, similar to a treasure hunt. There are over 50 geocaches in Page and the surrounding areas waiting to be discovered.
Whatever your drawn to, we recommend you book in advance to ensure you get what you want.
The Grand Circle is a beautiful, vast region located in the Southwestern United States. Encompassing portions of five states – Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Nevada – the Grand Circle contains America’s largest concentration of national parks and monuments, woven together by extraordinary designated Scenic Byways.
Some of America’s most diverse scenery can be found within the Grand Circle – the Grand Canyon, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Lake Powell and Arches National Park, just to name a few. Bold splashes of color, fascinating geologic shapes and the mysterious remnants of cultures await you at every turn.
Page is in the center of over 40 National Parks, National Recreation Areas, National Monuments, and Tribal Parks. Zion, Bryce, the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley…the most visited and photographed destinations in the American Southwest encircle Page. North, south, east, or west…all roads lead to Page.
Arches National Park: 278 miles / 447.70 kmGrand Canyon North Rim: 133 miles / 214.04 kmGrand Canyon South Rim: 131 miles / 210.82 kmZion: 115 miles / 185.07 kmBryce Canyon National Park: 152miles / 244.62 kmMonument Valley: 147 miles / 236.57 km Mesa Verde: 289miles / 465.10 km
The City of Page is one of the youngest communities in the United States. It is located in northeastern Arizona, approximately five hours north of Phoenix and five hours east of Las Vegas.The town began in 1957 as a housing camp for workers building the Glen Canyon Dam. In 1958, some 24 square miles of Navajo land were exchanged for a larger tract in Utah, and "Government Camp" (later called Page in honor of Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner John C. Page) was born.
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Trailhead: Just a short distance from Page on State Route 98, turn north onto Route 222.Description: Though lacking in developed trails, Antelope Point offers rich opportunity for exploration. Take a walk-a-bout through slickrock formations west of the parking area near the launch ramp. You may discover a perfect spot to enjoy the lake and take a swim.
Trailhead: Just east of Glen Canyon Dam, take a gravel road heading north off of Highway 89. Pass the Hanging Gardens Trailhead to parking lot below.Description: Lake shore access is possible depending on the current lake elevation. Please note: The lake is very deep at this location, and good swimming skills are required. Take a walk-a-bout north of the parking lot for a self-guided adventure through slickrock sand formations.