The city of Page was established in 1957 to house workers building the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River. The main attraction in Page is Lake Powell, but the area hosts a number of great hiking, biking, and equestrian trails, as well as cultural experiences on the nearby Navajo Nation.
- Mile 800.6 – Page is 10 miles North on House Rock Valley Rd., 30 miles East on Hwy 89. Can also reach Page from mile 789.8 – 78 miles East on Hwy 89a.
- Page Map is below.
- 44 6th Avenue, 86040, (928) 645-2571
- Page Library (479 S. Lake Powell Blvd.), (928) 645-4270
- Safeway (650 Elm St.), (928) 645-8155
- Walmart Supercenter (1017 Industrial Rd.), (928) 645-2622
- Fiesta Mexicana (125 S. Lake Powell Blvd.), (928) 645-4082. Page’s favorite Mexican restaurant with all the usual favorites.
- Slackers (635 Elm St.), (928) 645-5267. Burgers, specialty sandwiches, hot subs and wings.
- Mandarin Gourmet (683 S. Lake Powell Blvd.), (928) 645-5516. All you can eat Chinese buffet perfect for hikers, bikers, and equestrians. Lunch, dinner, takeout or delivery available.
- Canyon Crepes Cafe (669 Elm St., Suite 3), (928) 614-4530. Delicious selection of both sweet and savory crepes as well as soups, salads and more. Free WiFi.
- Rodeway Inn (107 South Lake Powell Blvd), (928) 645-2406. Located right downtown, hot breakfast, rooms have coffee, microwave and mini-fridge.
- Page Boy Motel (150 N. Lake Powell Blvd.), (928) 645-2416. Breakfast, free WiFi, swimming pool.
- Lake Powell Motel (750 S. Navajo Dr.), (928) 645-3919. Located on the “street of little motels,” one- and two-bedroom suites include a living room and kitchen.
- Canyonlands Urgent Care (), Mon-Sun, 7am-7pm, (
- Canyonlands Healthcare Walk in Clinic (
- Kane County Hospital (), 24 hrs,
- Page-Lake Powell Campground (849 S. Coppermine Rd.), (928) 645-3374. RV and tent sites, laundry, pool, Jacuzzi, free WiFi.
- Adams Chiropractic Clinic (635 Elm St, #9), (928) 645-8864
- Sunbeam Laundry (112 S. Lake Powell Blvd.), (928) 645-6834
Plan a couple of extra days in this remote corner of Arizona to take advantage of the many recreation opportunities in the area. Visit the Page Chamber of Commerce online or in person at 5 South Lake Powell Boulevard Unit 3 for help planning your trip.
- Lake Powell – This is a narrow, 186-mile-long body of water set amid the deep canyons, rocky outcrops and spectacular scenery of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Formed by Glen Canyon Dam, activities include kayaking, swimming, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, water skiing, hiking and sightseeing.
Kayaking is an amazing way to explore the sinuous shoreline and slot canyons of Lake Powell, and Hidden Canyon Kayak offers half-day, full-day, and multiple day trip options as well as gear rentals. Call (928) 660-1836.
- Antelope Canyon- One of the most famous and photographed slot canyons in the Southwest, entrance to Upper Antelope Canyon requires a guided tour, while Lower Antelope Canyon can be self-guided. Both are located on the Navajo Nation and an entrance fee is required.
- Colorado River Rafting – Normally, float trips on the Colorado River require 10 days to three weeks, but Colorado River Discovery offers half-day float trips and full-day paddle trips along the calm section of river between Glen Canyon Dam and Lee’s Ferry. Floating along the sandstone walls of Glen Canyon is mesmerizing. Call (888) 522-6644.
- Glen Canyon Natural History Association