The Sounds of Summer series kicks off on June 1st and runs until September 5th with 5 nights of entertainment – free to the public – with locations at Page City Park and Page Memorial Plaza. Click here for more details.
The August 5 chemical spill in Colorado has not impacted boating on Lake Powell. Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas and Antelope Point Marina are currently operating at normal levels and sending vessels out daily. The marinas look forward to welcoming guests to the lake and they continue to work closely with the NPS to monitor this situation to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience on Lake Powell. For more information on this Click Here
One of the most scenic highways in Arizona has reopened after a two year closure due to a landslide. This section of US 89 that clings to the cliffs overlooking Marble Canyon and the vistas that sweep to the west along the Vermillion Cliffs is a popular route for travelers to Page Lake Powell.
Page is your home base for hiking, biking, boating, and off-road adventure. Marvel at the beauty of the slot canyons as you hike with a Navajo guide in Antelope Canyon. See the majesty of the lake and surrounding red rock desert by air in a helicopter or airplane. Float the Colorado River on a amazing day rafting excursion. See and photograph dramatic vistas of Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon Dam. Explore hundreds of miles of lake shoreline by houseboat, power boat, kayak, or personal water craft. By Air, Land, & Water there is nowhere on earth like Page, Arizona.
Page stands on top of a mesa overlooking the lake at the center of the world-renowned Grand Circle - a remarkable collection of parks, monuments, historical sites, and prehistoric Indian ruins. Page is surrounded by geological formations that are iconic in the American West. Hollywood has long known of the wonders of Page, filming such features here as "Broken Arrow" and "Into the Wild”. Located beside Navajo Tribal lands, Page is rich in geographic, cultural, and historic marvels to explore.
Hotels, restaurants, guided tours, an incredible golf course and most of all, friendly people in a community that loves visitors await you in Page, Arizona.
The City of Page is one of the youngest communities in the United States. It is located in northeastern Arizona, approximately five hours north of Phoenix and five hours east of Las Vegas.The town began in 1957 as a housing camp for workers building the Glen Canyon Dam. In 1958, some 24 square miles of Navajo land were exchanged for a larger tract in Utah, and "Government Camp" (later called Page in honor of Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner John C. Page) was born. Read More about Page Lake Powell History.
The Powell Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization started in 1969 by a group of local volunteers to commemorate the life and accomplishments of Major John Wesley Powell. The building we now occupy was originally built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation as a concrete testing lab for the construction of Glen Canyon Dam. Today, it houses interpretive exhibits, historic collections and archives, a visitor information center, and a shop with books, maps, local art, and items relating to the Colorado Plateau.
Page is in the center of over 40 National Parks, National Recreation Areas, National Monuments, and Tribal Parks. Just hours from the Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, Monument Valley, Rainbow Bridge, Grand Staircase-Escalante and the Vermillion Cliffs, we're your base camp for wilderness discovery. Explore our breathtaking Western panoramas at your own pace. North, south, east, or west...all roads lead to Page. Read More about this amazing region. Welcome to Page, Arizona.