Plan Your Visit
Your Glen Canyon Adventure Starts Here
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, at the heart of the "Grand Circle" of Southwest national parks, provides unique and refreshing opportunities for travel-weary visitors. Stay for an hour and take a tour of Glen Canyon Dam, or stay for a week to camp on the shores of Lake Powell in a houseboat. With 1.25 million acres of golden cliffs, lush hanging gardens, impossibly narrow slot canyons, and the brilliant blue paradox of Lake Powell to visit, you may find yourself coming back again and again. But if this is going to be your first visit to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, these pages will help you plan your Glen Canyon adventure.
What to Do
Directions & Transportation
Eating & Sleeping
Places To Go
Things To Do
Concessions and Partners
Find the books and maps you need to begin your adventure from our cooperating association.
Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas
Stay at the Lake Powell Resort Lodge, take a boat tour, rent a boat, eat at the restaurants, shop at the gift store, camp, launch your boat.
Antelope Point Marina
Launch your boat, rent a boat, take a boat tour, shop at the gift shop, plan an event, eat at the restaurant.
Colorado River Discovery
Float the Colorado River in Glen Canyon. Stop along the way and see a beautiful petroglyph panel.
For services and tour opportunities outside of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, inquire at the Powell Museum, the official tourism office for Page, Arizona. The museum is located in Page, on the corner of Lake Powell Boulevard and North Navajo Street.
Last updated: June 22, 2017