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Page Arizona

Located about 273 miles southwest of Moab, Page, Arizona is your ideal base camp for adventures in the Glen canyon Recreation Area, as well as on Lake Powell. Read More

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  • Page is located approximately 273 miles southwest of Moab.
  • Popular area destinations include the Glen Canyon Recreation Area, Lake Powell, and the Colorado River.
  • The town has many options for food and lodging including B&B’s and motels.


Page is a relatively small community of approximately 8,000 people. Though small in size, Page is large in outdoor recreation opportunities as it’s located in close proximity to the Glen Canyon Recreation area including Lake Powell, and Glen Canyon Dam.


Page is located in the northern portion of Arizona on the border with Utah, off AZ-98.


Page has no shortage of options when it comes to amenities. For lodging you can take your pick from several B&B’s, hotels, and motels. There are also abundant restaurant choices and all major services.


  • Glen Canyon Recreation Area and Lake Powell
    Encompassing more than 1.2 million acres, Glen Canyon is home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the country. This area is also home to Lake Powell, which is famous for its boating, waterskiing, fishing, and hiking. Page is also one of the only areas where the lake is easily accessed by road. The lakes largest marina, Waheap, is located about six miles away.
  • Antelope Canyon
    This breathtaking slot canyon is located just outside of Page. Visitors enjoy hiking, backpacking, and off-highway driving.
  • Colorado River
    Known for its exciting whitewater rafting, Page is the perfect base camp for all your adventures on the river. One popular day trip begins near page and travels 15 miles downriver.
  • Glen Canyon Dam
    Measuring in at 1,560 feet long and 710 feet high, The Glen Canyon dam is the second largest dam on the Colorado River. Tours of the dam are conducted by the Glen Canyon Natural History Association and generally last about 45 minutes.

Getting Here

From Moab, take US-191 south for about 56 miles. Turn right on US-160, and continue for approximately 75 miles. Turn right at AZ-98 W. Follow this road for 64 miles until when you’ll arrive in Page. Along the route take side trips to Canyonlands National Park and Monument Valley.