Effective Saturday, April 13th, the newly expanded visitor parking area at the Horseshoe Bend Overlook South of Page, AZ, will be open to the public. The parking lot had been closed during the daytime hours since January 30th to facilitate completion of the project before peak tourist season in Northern Arizona.
Many travelers with pre-existing plans to visit Northern Arizona are rightfully concerned about whether their desired attractions will be open during the government shutdown. In the case of Horseshoe Bend, we are happy to report that the answer is “yes.”
Trail Facility Upgrades Underway at Horseshoe Bend 20 years ago, if you asked most Page, Arizona residents where Horseshoe Bend was, the majority of them – present company included – wouldn’t have known what you were talking about. Those who did know probably would have pulled you aside and instructed you, in hushed tones usually […]
48 Hours in Page, Arizona: Glen Canyon, Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Two days. 48 hours. That’s all the time you’ve got in Page, Arizona. While that may not be enough time to see all there is to see, that’s ample time to see Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and a few more choice attractions that […]
24 Hours in Page, Arizona “What a difference a day makes?” If that day happens to include 24 hours in Page, Arizona, that difference will be a deeper understanding and appreciation of the power, complexity and artistry of an incredible force of nature known as the Colorado River. If you’re coming to Page from […]
Grand Canyon, Zion, Moab & More: 14 Days In The Grand Circle By Vin Paitoon & Alley Keosheyan Listen… Hear that? That’s the sound of angels singing your praises (in a lovely key of A♭flat augmented, no less) for landing the “holy grail” of vacations: 2 weeks in Northern Arizona and Southern Utah. A fortnight […]