Why should I visit Page Arizona?
The natural beauty surrounding Page Arizona, and the town itself, attract thousands of visitors every year. A vacation here provides not only lots to do in town and the desert landscape, but a 186-mile-long lake with the opportunity for water sports galore.
Where is Page Arizona?
Page Arizona is located in the northern part of the state, about a 2 hour and 30 minute drive from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Take Highway 64 to US Highway 89 and turn left. This will take you right to Page.
What sort of Services and Amenities does Page Arizona offer?
With a wide variety of lodging options, Page makes the ideal place for a vacation home base. You’ll find comfortable Bed and Breakfasts, familiar chain motels and hotels and quaint inns and lodges.
No matter what cuisine you prefer, you are sure to find it in Page. Find Italian, Mexican and Old West dishes to make your mouth water. Even if you are in a hurry, you can easily find fast food spots that will allow you to eat quickly and get on your way.
- John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum: Explore this museum to discover pioneer artifacts, exhibits of the canyon’s geology and so much more. The kids love learning of the history of this region.
- Glen Canyon National Recreation Area & Lake Powell: To experience exciting water fun, visit Page Arizona Lake Powell and go boating, fishing, jet skiing or simply relax in the water. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area offers lots of hiking trails to take you into the backcountry and enjoy the views of this colorful landscape. Visit the Glen Canyon Dam to learn how Lake Powell was created.
- Vermilion Cliffs: Driving up Highway 89 and 89A can’t be boring with the views of Vermilion Cliffs. Hike to the Wave at Coyote Buttes to see this amazing formation created by the forces of nature.
- Lees Ferry: Begin the adventure of rafting the Colorado River through Grand Canyon right here at Lees Ferry. It’s a great place to fish and camp too!
- Navajo Bridge: This bridge spans the beautiful Marble Canyon, with incredible views. Walk across the pedestrian section to get the best scenery, and don’t forget your camera.
- Rainbow Bridge National Monument: Surrounded by myth and legend, this natural stone bridge can only be accessed by boat from Lake Powell. It’s a thrilling trip across the water, through a canyon and taking a short hike.
- Antelope Canyon: This canyon is filled with rare beauty, with warm desert colors and spiral arches and curls. Take a guide and experience one of the loveliest spots on Earth.