Embark on a fun-filled journey across Lake Powell with our exciting selection of Lake Powell kayaks rentals, ensuring an unforgettable Page, Arizona kayaking experience on the water. Starting from the Wahweap Boat Ramp or Antelope Canyon there are so many sights to see. Our Page, Arizona kayak rentals are a great way to explore the hidden treasures of Lake Powell or just paddle to a beach and enjoy swimming in the beautiful blue waters.
Rentals include Free Delivery & Pickup to Wahweap Boat Launch or Antelope Point Public Boat Launch.
Launching from the Wahweap Boat Launch you can kayak to the alluring sandy beaches around the iconic Lone Rock. If you make your way across the lake look out for the unique rock formations we call Castle Rock and then a short paddle down you can beach your gear and hike up to the Wahweap Window! Looking for a canyon to paddle through? There’s two in this area! Ice Cream Canyon and another one that has emerged with the low water levels.
Launching from the Antelope Point Public Boat Launch you can explore the world renown Antelope Canyon. Due to length of the trip, possible weather and wavy conditions rentals at Antelope Canyon are recommended for people with kayaking experience. If you lack sufficient experience please consider joining a guided tour with us.
**If you are wanting to launch and retrieve from a location other than Wahweap Boat Launch or Antelope Point Public Boat Launch you will have to pick up the gear from our store location (836 Vista Ave.) Due to insurance reasons we cannot help you load or unload your vehicle. Make sure your vehicle has four doors and a solid roof if you plan to load the gear on top of your vehicle.
Please call or email us at email@example.com if you plan to pick up your gear from our store so we can update your reservation.
Situated near Page, Arizona, on Navajo land, Antelope Canyon is a mesmerizing natural slot canyon and a celebrated landmark in the American Southwest.
Famous for its extraordinary twisting corridors and striking formations such as fins, stalactites, and various speleothems, Antelope Canyon spans around 30 miles and is divided into four key sections. These sections include the well-known Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons and the less frequented Canyon X and Secret Antelope Canyon.
Formed over thousands of years by the forces of seasonal floods and wind, the canyon’s slender pathways stretch several hundred feet from its entrance. Renowned globally as one of the most spectacular slot canyons, Antelope Canyon is revered for its breathtaking beauty and distinctive geological structures.
Wahweap is a Paiute word meaning “bitter water” and is the first bay of Lake Powell straddling the border of Arizona and Utah. The alluring waters of Lake Powell nestled in this pristine bay stretch against a backdrop of towering red rock formations, including Castle Rock, Lone Rock and the Wahweap Window. This area is a popular spot for boating, fishing, swimming and camping with easy access to Lone Rock Canyon, Wiregrass Canyon and Ice Cream Canyon.