Page Arizona Travel, Activities, Things to Do

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Page Arizona is the gateway to incredible amounts of outdoor fun, including views of marvelous red rock formations, colorful canyons, and a lake for any water sport you can name.

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What can I find and enjoy near Page Arizona?

John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum
Discover a wide collection of artifacts of pioneers, explorers, learn the geology of the canyons created by the Colorado River and much more. Fabulous spot to tour with the kids!

  • Location: The Powell Museum is on the corner of North Navajo Drive and North Lake Powell Blvd. in Page, Arizona.
  • Season/Hours: Open all year, from 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday
  • Services: Films, bookstore, gift shop, visitor center, tours by boat, air or ground
  • Phone: (928) 645-9496 or toll free at (888) 597-6873

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area & Lake Powell
Visiting Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell provides every opportunity to get out in the northern Arizona outdoors and find adventure. The 186-mile-long lake is the ideal place to enjoy water sports of all kinds.

On the water, you can go boating, jet skiing, fishing and swimming. On land, find a multitude of hiking trails and places to explore the colorful canyons.

  • Location: Located northeast of Grand Canyon National Park near Page, Arizona. From Grand Canyon, take Highway 89 north and follow signs to the Glen Canyon Dam.
  • Services: Visitors center, guided tours, exhibits, marinas, camping
  • Phone: (928) 608-6200

Vermilion Cliffs
Marvelous views await you here, as well as scenic hikes. See Coyote Buttes and the famous spot called the Wave, undulating colors in amazing sandstone rock formations.

  • Location: You can view the Vermilion Cliffs as you drive along US Highways 89 and 89A southwest of Page, Arizona.
  • Phone: (435) 688-3200

Lees Ferry
Once the only place to cross the Colorado River by ferry, Lees Ferry is where you can begin your river trip through the Grand Canyon. There’s also great fishing and camping here.

  • Location: Lees Ferry is within the Glen Canyon Recreation Area southwest of Page, Arizona off of Highway 89A. From Grand Canyon South Rim, take Highway 89 to Highway 89A, turning left. Follow the signs to Lees Ferry.
  • Season/Hours: Lees Ferry is accessible all year through.
  • Services: Camping, a ranger station, public launch ramp
  • Phone: (928) 608-6200

Navajo Bridge
Spanning Marble Canyon, Navajo Bridge provides wonderful views of the canyon and a pedestrian section where you can walk across.

  • Location: Navajo Bridge is located on Highway 89. To get there from Grand Canyon South Rim, take Highway 64 to Highway 89 and head north.
  • Phone: (928) 608-6200

Rainbow Bridge National Monument
This is the largest known natural stone bridge, and is surrounded by numerous stories, legends and myths of the Native Americans of this area. Indian tribes in the region consider the bridge sacred.

  • Location: The Rainbow Bridge is located in a canyon on Lake Powell and accessed by boat. From Grand Canyon, take Highway 89 north and follow signs to Lake Powell. Make your way to Forbidding Canyon, (north of Wahweap, Dangling Rope and Antelope Point; south of Bullfrog and Halls Crossing) where a sign at buoy 49 marks the canyon entrance. Follow signs to the bridge. There’s a dock where you can keep your boat while you hike 2 miles to the bridge.
  • Season/Hours: Rainbow Bridge National Monument is open throughout the year.
  • Phone: 928-608-6200

Antelope Canyon
To experience the beauty of this canyon on Navajo land is nothing short of spectacular. These slot canyons are the most photographed in the southwest, offering colorful spiral rock arches and unique formations. You must have an experienced guide to enter the canyon.

  • Location: Traveling from Grand Canyon go north on Highway 89 to Page, Arizona, but just before reaching Page, take a right on Highway 98 to the canyon.
  • Season/Hours: Open year round, late March to October hours 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Sunday, November to early March hours 9 am to 3 pm Monday through Sunday
  • Services: Guided tours of the canyon
  • Phone: (928) 698-2808