Page. You tried to Google it and the Merriam Webster dictionary came up right? Well, that is not the Page you are looking for…but this is! Page Arizona is situated right on the south of the recreational paradise of Lake Powell. Play on the lake all day and then eat and sleep in comfort back in this small, friendly town with all the amenities you need. However, Page is not simply synonymous with Lake Powell. Numerous natural wonders abound around this gem in the desert oasis. Heard of Antelope Canyon? Or, Horseshoe Bend? Some of the scenery around this spectacular area may have you actually seeking out Merriam Webster unless of course you are simply…speechless!
There is no lack of wonder surrounding Page Arizona. Not only is this small city at the very heart of the Grand Circle, it also boasts numerous other outdoor activities which are sure to entice your entire crew to stay awhile and see all that Page has to offer.
Lake Powell is truly an oasis in the desert. These waters Inspire millions of water enthusiasts each year to flock to this desert water hole. Each summer boaters and baskers take in the warmth and waves of this man-made wonder. But, don’t fret, there should be room for everyone. With 2,000 miles of shoreline, everyone should be able to find a spot along the shores of the second largest artificial reservoir in the United States. Don’t forget to check out Glen Canyon Dam and learn a little more about how this marvel came into existence.
Beams of light streaming into a gorgeous sandstone slot canyon. You’ve seen the pictures. Well, this is it in real life. Antelope Canyon consists of an Upper section (The Crack) and a Lower section (The Corkscrew). Both are spectacular and both lie within the Navajo Nation. Therefore, you will need a guide to visit. But, fear not, there are plenty of excellent guide services to choose from. Plus, these knowledgeable guides will offer insights into the canyons history and geography that you would miss out on otherwise.
The Colorado River must not have been super decisive when it settled in the Utah/Arizona area. We know this because on numerous occasions, it picked a direction…and then changed its mind not too far down the trail. Horseshoe Bend is one of those places. Indecision be what it may, the result was some seriously sensational scenery carved out along these canyon walls. Experience Horseshoe Bend after a short walk from the newly expanded visitor parking are just south of Page.