Things to do

In and around page, Arizona

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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Lake Powell National Golf

Lake Powell

Horseshoe bend

Slot Canyons

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Lone Rock Beach

  • 12 miles (19 minutes) from Page
  • Day use area
  • Four micro-flush toilets, six vault toilets, one wheelchair accessible comfort station
  • Outdoor cold shower
  • Off-road vehicle area
  • Dump station
  • Potable water (seasonal)
  • No launch ramp

Antelope Point

  • Distance Varies
  • Easy to Moderate

Trailhead: Just a short distance from Page on State Route 98, turn north onto Route 222.

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.

The Chains

  • Distance Varies
  • Easy to Moderate

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.

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.