Page, Arizona is packed with scenic attractions, outdoor activities and more. Here is our recommended list of the top things to do in Page, AZ.
Looking for a cool place to stay?
Lake Powell Motel: 750 S Navajo Dr, Page, AZ 86040 (480) 452-9895
Red Rock Motel:114 8th Avenue, Page AZ 86040 (928) 645-0062
Hummingbird Hideaway: Pets welcome at this cute Airbnb.
Lizard Lounge: Great Airbnb for Groups.
Looking for a good place to eat?
Bonkers Restaurant 810 North Navajo Dr., Page, Arizona 86040 (928) 645-2706
Looking for fun things to do?
Antelope Slot Canyon Tour See the iconic Antelope Canyon in the best way possible! Super comfy vans take you out to Upper Antelope. No sketchy pickup trucks, this is a safe, air conditioned ride to see the incredible canyon.
Epic Adventure Rides Experience the thrill driving on the trails and the Epic views that can only be reached off road vehicles! Explore the Vermilion Cliffs, Lake Powell and Grand Staircase National Monument area like you never thought possible!
Horseshoe Bend Tours Take fun a fun off-road ride out the one of the amazing hidden slot canyons here, then they take you to a section of Horseshoe Bend on their Navajo families land at sunset for an unforgettable experience!
Native American Performing Arts Center: Enjoy an evening of culturally inspired food and an unforgettable show.
There are many awesome hikes here in our area. Most are tough to find so check out this site for hikes-alltrails.com/explore/us/arizona/page
Attractions and Things to See in Page, Arizona:
The trail is about 30 miles west of Lake Powell and 40 miles east of Kanab, Utah on Hwy. 89. From the interpretive sign at the start of the trail: “What is a Toadstool? A toadstool is a spire-like feature with a boulder perched atop a pedestal rock, like a mushroom, or ‘toadstool’. It forms when softer rock erodes away, leaving a column sheltered from the wind and water.”
Learn More here Toadstools:
Horseshoe Bend: A horseshoe-shaped incised meander of the Colorado River located near the town of Page. One of the icons of the area.
The Slot Canyons located near Page on Navajo Nation land, just outside Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and close to AZ 98 are a few miles east of town. Antelope Canyon is the most visited slot canyon in the Southwest, partly because it is easily accessible and by far the most publicized, and also since it is extremely beautiful, with just the right combination of depth, width, length, rock color and ambient light; many other slot canyons are deeper, narrower or longer, and some have rock that is even more colorful and sculptured, but here conditions are ideal. Check out Canyon X tours and Secret Canyon too!
You can get more information about things to do in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and book tours of the slot canyons by contacting the Page-Lake Powell Chamber of Commerce. Click Here.