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Page Arizona

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4,117 Feet
Located in Northern Arizona near Lake Powell, 10 minutes from the Utah/Arizona Border, and right off Highway 89. Situated on a mesa, Page offers excellent elevated views of the surrounding red rocks and canyons. Page is a great central location and just over 2 hours away from Zion National Park, Monument Valley, and The Grand Canyon.


Page Arizona was formed in 1957 as a housing development for those building the Glen Canyon (Lake Powell) Dam. The dam was completed in 1966 and 17 years later Lake Powell was a “full pool” attracting visitors from all over.

Things To Do

Page Arizona is a great destination for all kinds of outdoor recreation: boating, hiking, mountain biking, golfing, off-roading swimming, helicopter rides, jeep tours, boat tours, and more.

Nearby Attractions

Horseshoe Bend
Carl Hayden Visitor Center
Antelope Canyon
Tower Butte
The Wave - limited access and lottery permit required.
Navajo Canyon - boat tour.
Rainbow Bridge - requires a boat (water levels permitting).
Glen Canyon Dam Visitors Center
Page Rimview Trail
The Chains
Mexican Hat
Monument Valley - about a 2.5 hour drive from Page Arizona.
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Planning your trip to Page Arizona

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Page has a great variety of lodging: hotel, motels, RV setups, camping, glamping, and vacation home rentals. There is something for everyone and every group size.


Page Arizona has a great selection of ever growing dining and drink options. Coffee shops, bars, BBQ, Mexican, classic American, and even fried chicken!


Those looking to shop local will enjoy the Page Downtown that hosts small business owners who run gift shops, photo galleries, rentals, and supplies shops. Page has department, grocery, and sports stores to meet the varying needs of travelers.


Page Arizona is relatively remote but has a robust shuttle system that delivers visitors to the many surrounding attractions. The city has a small airport, rideshares, taxis, and car rental locations.


Page boasts warm, dry summers and mild winters. Over the course of the year, temperatures range between 30 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Summer is the busiest time in the area but remains a pleasant winter retreat for those looking to enjoy the outdoors with a little warmer temperatures.