Can't come visit Glen Canyon because of the current health situation? Download these coloring pages and color your best vacation here! Send us a picture of your colored page to our Facebook or Instagram tagged #MyGlenCanyonColors and we might feature it!
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We welcome visitors young and old to participate in our volunteer service projects, like the annual Love Your Lake Community Cleanup.
There are lots of small hikes throughout the park listed on our Day Hikes page.
Wahweap Swim Beach and Hobie Cat Beach are just a couple places to go swimming in Lake Powell. Don't forget your life jacket!
Go fishing! Kids under 10 in Arizona and under 11 in Utah do not need a license to fish.
Bullfrog, Esclante, and Carl Hayden Visitor Centers all have interesting exhibits that can teach you about different aspects of Glen Canyon. Bullfrog has information on rocks, ancient peoples, and even a life sized slot canyon! Escalante's exhibits include microscopes and tons of information about the dinosaurs that once roamed Utah. Carl Hayden is located right next to the Glen Canyon Dam. Learn all about water with interactive exhibits and videos. Plus there's a Junior Ranger Corner with space for play and for completing activity books.
More Junior Ranger Books
Study the stars or go fishing! There are specialized activity books you can complete at home or on a visit to Glen Canyon. Plus, many other national parks have their own booklets and badges. How many can you earn?
Interested in bringing students to Glen Canyon, or bringing Glen Canyon into your classroom? Check out the Education page. Learn about the Bridging the Gap program that brings students to Rainbow Bridge on an epic field trip.
Glen Canyon provides hardworking teenagers and young adults opportunities to gain experience and earn money while working outside. Check out the Internships page and Conservation Corps page to learn about programs and entry-level jobs that allow you to live and work inside national parks.