The boat tour from Page is very good and interesting. Went into Antelope Canyon area accessable by boat and was very enjoyable.
We were pleased to find that our National Park pass was valid here so we visited a few places in the park to admire the scenery. There are good views across Lake Powell of Tower Butte and Navajo Mountain. There are also places to relax and get refreshments.
Beautiful majestic red cliffs and stunning views. Great place to visit even if you don't have a boat. But if you do have a boat, it's a must to see this lake from the water. Lake is extremely low this year due to drought. Warm water in summer.
We really enjoyed a day at the recreation area. It is really interesting to hear about the dam. There is now a $5 ($4 senior). It is really worth the money. The scenery and drive to Wahweap is great in the evening with lovely views and sandy beaches.
Great beaches, clean water, fun, fun, fun! Beautiful area with boat rentals, beaches, camping. I would recommend going north of Page into Utah. If you have the money, definitely rent a boat!
Between the good food in Page, the Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell views, Antelope Canyons, and boating on Lake Powell I can't imagine anyone not really enjoy themselves here. The campgrounds are super clean, Lake Powell Lodge is very nice and super convenient, or there are several hotel choices in Page to choose from as well. This is a fun... More
Knowledgable and friendly staff made a quick stop pleasant. Due to time constraints, we did not take the guided tour. Plenty of information was available at displays in the visitors center.
I've houseboated on a couple of other lakes and agree Glen Canyon/Lake Powell is the best place to vacation on a houseboat. It has over 2000 miles of shoreline and the scenery is absolutley amazing. While you can get some good photos of the lake, cliffs and buttes from the hills above the marinas, the only way to view how... More
We took a gentle raft trip down the Colorado River thru Glen Canyon with Colorado Rafting. it is a very relaxing trip. Our guide was Brad and he was wonderful. He interpreted the petroglyphs, found wild horses and big horn sheep and sang and played his guitar. It is suitable for young and old. It may be too tame for... More
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