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We rented a houseboat and stayed a week. There is also a nice campground at Waheap. Lake Powell is huge and has a lot of great coves to explore, excellent fishing and great hiking as well. We will come back for sure.
Amazing sandstone structures just by the dam and aside the Colorado River. From the Hayden VC go north a trifle and turn left. You'll see some RV campers. Turn left into the free formed parking area and follow the stone bordered pathway. Stay with it...More
We went to the area for a mini marathon and had both a marvelous race experience but found the area provided many things to do and great Fall weather. If you are a runner, this is a great mini with great scenery and a marvelous...More
The Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is a recreation and conservation unit of the National Park Service that encompasses the area around Lake Powell and lower Cataract Canyon in Utah and Arizona, covering 1,254,429 acres of mostly desert. The Glen Canyon NRA or GCNRA, as...More
Lovely scenery - amazing. We did a half-day boat trip (organised) which was amazing and great value. Great way to experience the canyon close up and personal. Then observing from the top (viewpoints) was the icing on the cake.
dont miss it!
worth with a cruise at the Lake.
Try to be few days on the lake and visit the center b4 you go into the lake!
Check carefully the opening hours ! they change it with out letting everybody know...
We rented a small boat thinking we can see more places then just the Rainbow bridge. That was a kind of mistake, because the time is not enough. It’s worth to rent a boat if you are more than 3-4 people in your group. Otherwise...More
Response from SlowPoke59 | Reviewed this property |
I was there in late April and it was not crowded. We spent five nights in Page.We stayed at the Pageboy Inn. It was simple. Very clean and had breakfast. We did the tour below the dam. Worth it. The tour to Upper and lower... More
I was there in late April and it was not crowded. We spent five nights in Page.We stayed at the Pageboy Inn. It was simple. Very clean and had breakfast. We did the tour below the dam. Worth it. The tour to Upper and lower Antelope Canyon, This is an absolute must. Book "first appointment" at upper and then lower at around 11:30 am. You definitely need reservations and definitely need to be at the upper canyon early. Go to Lake Powell for drinks or boat rides. You must pay $30 to get in area or have a pass or golden pass to get in free. It is a National Recreation area. We did the eastern side of the Grand Canyon. Best place to enter, less traffic. We in at 3pm, stopped at the overlooks and ended at the lodges where you can (NOT) drive an further, you must take shuttles. We went back 6:00 pm to the shuttle area and did the overlooks. When we reached the end at the Hermits Cottage. The crowds were arriving. It is nice to hike the rim trail. Don't forget Horse shoe Bend in Page. If you are not a senior and plan to do the National Monuments, Parks and recreation areas, get the annual pass, it will save you money!
I have gone to Lake Powell everyyear for about 15 years, and can recommend the visit to Glen Canyo Dam, along with the Antelope Canyon Navajo Indian tour--try to get there first thing in the AM or last trip in the PM due to... More
I have gone to Lake Powell everyyear for about 15 years, and can recommend the visit to Glen Canyo Dam, along with the Antelope Canyon Navajo Indian tour--try to get there first thing in the AM or last trip in the PM due to colors of the canyon.
The boat trou tour to Rainbow is a great shorter hike, taking the tour boat from Wahweap Marina.
I have a house boat and would recommend any of the boat tours to see the rock formations.
Response from nana93992015 | Reviewed this property |
Take the Lake Powell guided boat tour. It starts out slow with a view of the dam but than goes into the canyon for breathtaking, off your feet, views along with Native American Music makes it fun for all ages! Bring your... More
Take the Lake Powell guided boat tour. It starts out slow with a view of the dam but than goes into the canyon for breathtaking, off your feet, views along with Native American Music makes it fun for all ages! Bring your camera!
Activities in Page and surrounding area (13 Replies)
There are many activities to do in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. I am interested in doing a Glen Canyon Dam tour. Anybody have any information on the Glen Canyon Dam tours? What would you reccommend doing other than that? I only have a day or two in page and I wouldn't have enough time to do the Rainbow Bridge tour. Thanks for any help-
March 30, 2005|
Just got back last week. The float tour that starts at bottom of Glen Canyon Dam and runs to Lee's Ferry is well worth the trip. Boat is an inflatable raft powered by a outboard motor and holds about 20 people. The trip is all smooth water and the views of 1000+ vertical walls from canyon bottom is breath taking. We paid $300 for a family of 5. WIlderness Adventures runs the tour we went on. As far as boat cruises on Lake Powell, I agree the Rainbow Bridge trip is too long (and...More