• Lake Powell

    Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Page Arizona

Lake Powell / Glen Canyon

Page was founded in 1957 as a housing community for workers and their families during the construction of nearby Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. Its 17-square-mile site was obtained in a land exchange with the Navajo Nation. The city is perched atop Manson Mesa at an elevation of 4,300 feet above sea level and 600 feet above Lake Powell.

Because of the roads and bridge built for use during the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam, Page has has become the southern gateway to the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell, attracting more than 3 million visitors per year. In addition, Page is also home to world-famous Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend.

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Here are a few suggestions on places to visit, roadside attractions, parks, recreation areas, scenic views, and more! Need a little help getting around? Use the search box or scroll down the list for directions.

Wahweap Marina Marinas,Water Sports,Waterskiing & Jetskiing Wahweap Marina
Upper Antelope Canyon Day Trips,Photography Tours ,Sightseeing Tours Upper Antelope Canyon
Rainbow Bridge National Monument ATTRACTIONS,National Parks Rainbow Bridge National Monument
Navajo Village NATIVE AMERICAN,Architectural Buildings,Cultural Sites Navajo Village
Navajo Bridge Specialty Museums,Historic Sites,Scenic Walking Areas Navajo Bridge
Lower Antelope Canyon Day Trips,Photography Tours ,Sightseeing Tours Lower Antelope Canyon
John Wesley Powell Museum Specialty Museums John Wesley Powell Museum
Horseshoe Bend National Parks,Hiking Trails,Lookouts Horseshoe Bend
Glen Canyon Dam Architectural Buildings,TOURS,Day Trips Glen Canyon Dam
Colorado River Lakes, Reservoirs & Rivers 36.9175397543573, -111.4946354788575
Carl Hayden Visitors Center Specialty Museums,Gift & Specialty Shops,Historical & Heritage Tours ,Sightseeing Tours ,Visitor Centers & Information Carl Hayden Visitors Center