Things to do in Page, AZ

The best resource for the most up to date tour & activity info is:


Reviews of local trails:

Changes happen often, the city website should have up to date info & they can help you book what you need, for example they have the most up to date info on all the slot canyon options:

Horseshoe Bend – Spectacular view of Colorado River south of Glen Canyon Dam. Drive south on Hwy 89 (towards Flagstaff) for about 2.5 miles from Wal-Mart to Milepost 544/545. Parking area on west side of highway. Requires a ½ mile walk from parking area to literally the edge of the cliff! The walk is about 15 minutes, if you've been here prior to 2019, they've updated the trail, no longer do you climb the tall sand hill. Now there is a  wide trail with hardener on it, it's nearly like concrete, but with a fair amount of sand & gravel blow over. A wheelchair or stroller could do it, the overall trail is much less steep in any one place and avoids that hill, but sand or rocks on the trail could make it bumpy in places. There are now a couple of significant shade structures for you to rest and view the vistas near the halfway point. There is an admission fee per car.  The city of Page has recently installed restrooms, a shade structure, and a viewing deck with railing.

Be aware that the popularity of Horseshoe Bend has grown dramatically and when the parking lot is full, they close it, often between 10-2.  There is no parking on the highway. Be sure to bring drinking water for you and any pets. You can wear most sensible shoes on the trail, once by the cliff edge, there are sandy places and rocky places, grippy shoes are good for climbing around on the rocks. And, please, be mindful of your kids, there are plenty of places a person could, literally, fall off the cliff.

Antelope Slot Canyon - Really “touristy” but something you should probably see. You can pay to take the “Navajo Shuttle” (bench in the back of a pick-up truck) from downtown Page, or drive yourself. The parking area is located on Hwy 98 for the Upper canyon– it’s easy to find - just east of town. Look for signs (and probably lots of cars) on south side of highway. If you pass the turn-off to Antelope Point or the Navajo Generating Station, you have gone too far! If you turn toward Antelope Point, you will see Lower Antelope Canyon, also touristy, but somewhat more rigorous cave to explore.  I will be sending a separate email with info about how to see all the tour options.

Water Holes Slot Canyon & hike - a slot canyon hike nearly across the street from Horseshoe Bend, at mile marker 542 (on hwy 89), you can reserve ahead at 928-660-2301 or go to the parking lot where they take walk ins. Tours leave every 30 minutes and last 1.5-2 hours, it's $48 per adult, $38 for ages 8-13, no kids under 13 allowed.

Secret Canyon - this canyon is further away from the river in the same erosion channel as Water Holes Canyon, it is a very nice slot canyon and, at last check, vastly less busy than Antelope.

Alstrom Point Tour (not a slot canyon, but a fantastic view of the lake.) -  we locals are a bit sad this has become a tour location as it was one of the last secret places not known to tourists, we usually do a quad ride out to the point, it is truly amazing, consider this tour. 

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Lake Powell Xperience
*You can rent a kayak or charter a boat, with captain, for a half day or full day outing; they can taking you wakeboarding, waterskiiing, tour Antelope or other canyons, even to Rainbow Bridge.
928-640-1360 offers boat rentals

H2O Zone has been recommended highly for jet ski rentals

Lake Powell Tour Boats – 888-896-3829 Wahweap ( & 928.608.4477 Antelope ( , you’ve come all the way to Page, don’t miss an outing on the lake, it’s gorgeous. During COVID not all marina tours are offered, but via Antelope Point Marina you can charter a boat, I recommend requesting boat captain Jim Byrum.

Rent a boat-  There are many boat rental options for Lake Powell, both Wahweap & Antelope Marinas plus assorted rentals in Page. If you have an issue renting in Page, try Wake Bros Rentals, they are in Salt Lake City, but they will deliver to Page. The delivery is not cheap, but often their weekly or daily rate is significantly lower than the Page rates.

Canyon Walls- indoor rock climbing just a few blocks away in Haul Rd.

Carl Hayden Visitors Center – learn about the Glen Canyon Dam and National Recreation Area. Take a tour of the dam and be sure to walk across the bridge! Visitors Center Is located on Hwy, 89 at the west of the bridge

Glen Canyon Dam Overlook – Take the short hike to the observation area and a breathtaking view of the Glen Canyon and the Dam. Located just north of Wal Mart on Scenic View Drive off Hwy 89 (behind Denny’s restaurant) Another freebie, you can do this in 30-45 minutes.

John Wesley Powell Museum - Located at the corner of Lake Powell Blvd. and North Navajo.

Scenic View (Wahweap) – Follow HWY 89 just past Carl Hayden Visitor Center and Glen Canyon Dam towards Greenhaven and Kanab – watch for sign and access on north side of road.

Rimview Trail System - This 11 mile slightly technical single track hiking / biking / dog walking trail runs through the City of Page and provides some great views of Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon and the Escalante mesa area and intersects several roads within the city making shorter segments possible. The best place to “get acquainted” with the Trail is at the trailhead easily accessed from the parking area located across from Lakeview Elementary School at the corner of North Navajo Dr. and 20th Ave.

Scenic View (20th Ave.) - Just east of the Rimview Trail parking area on 20th Ave. is a turnout where you can easily park and enjoy a great view.

Antelope Point Marina – Floating restaurant, gift shop, boat launch ramp, tour boats, and boat / personal watercraft rentals. Take the courtesy carts from the top parking area down to the marina. (928) 645 - 5900

Wahweap Marina - This is the main marina for Lake Powell and location of the Lake Powell Resort with gift shops, restaurants, and other amenities. (928) 645 – 2433

Lone Rock - A popular beach camping and ATV area. Don’t go unless you have a 4X4 vehicle, as you must drive on the sand in order to reach the shore of the lake.

Horseback Riding- Big Water, Utah is just across the Utah border about 20 miles from our home   or check out

Fishing- if you are a fisherman, check out Lake Powell and get all the inside info on, be sure to click through to the forum.

Golf- Lake Powell National Golf course offers an oasis of green surrounded by red rocks, recommended by 98.8% of commenters on; check details on their website

Skate Park-skateboarding at the brand new in 2019 Page Skate Park, 148 6th Ave

Climbing Wall- Contact Ronnie at 928-660-3692 or to book an appointment

Float the Colorado River-

Red Heritage- Navajo owned and operated, Red Heritage is a Native American Performing Arts Theater. They showcase local dancers talented in colorful powwow dancing, flute playing, and live drum music. Join them for an evening of culturally inspired food and an unforgettable show.

Pickleball- there are pickleball courts, free, by the city park and skate park.

MiniGolf- The Barnyard 643 Haul Rd

Coyote Butte: Not too far away,

Lots of Other Stuff - You may want to consider a variety of activities such as playing golf, getting a massage, or renting a boat, personal watercraft, kayak, paddleboard, bicycle, all-terrain vehicle, or even a horse!