You only have one day in Page, AZ. 24 little hours. So what can you really hope to accomplish? Upper Antelope Canyon? Yes! Lower Antelope Canyon? That, too! Would getting out on the water in Lake Powell be too much to ask? Not at all! Now, you have to get down to the work of booking three tours from among ten different websites, right? Not anymore!
You’ve heard that Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon were both amazing, and that you needed guided tours to see them both. You heard right! What you may not have heard is that you’d better invest in a hat or a good wig before you get down to booking seats, because you will tear your hair out by the time you’re done.
You were so looking forward to your Northern Arizona vacation, until you found out that all the best experiences seemed to involve a hike. For whatever reason, any attraction, no matter how amazing, that requires huffing and puffing just to get there is simply not happening. Is there anything you can do that allows you to experience the best scenery Page, AZ, has to offer, where any walking required is more of a stroll than a hike? Yes, there is!
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.
Lake Powell is the 2nd largest man-made lake in the U.S., and a top-rated destination for boating, fishing, and sightseeing. One of the features that makes it so unique is the nearly 100 named side canyons where small streams, intermittent creeks, and tributaries feed water into the main channel of the lake.